Importing, compiling and running source code

ron.photo

Importing, compiling and running source code

by ron.photo » Fri, 31 Aug 2012 12:17:27

Okay, so I've downloaded some source code off the net, can someone pls tell me how to get it into visual c++, compile it and run it ... can't seem to find this info anywhere.

Desperately yours,

ron.photog



Viorel

Importing, compiling and running source code

by Viorel » Sun, 02 Sep 2012 13:18:28

If the downloaded sample is archived (e.g. has the .ZIP extension), then un-archive it in an empty new folder.

Then you should see a file having .SLN extension. Double click on it. If the Visual Studio is installed on your machine, then the sample will be opened in Visual Studio. Then select from menu Debug --> Start Debugging or press <F5> and see the effect.

I hope this helps.


Damien Watkins - MSF

Importing, compiling and running source code

by Damien Watkins - MSF » Mon, 03 Sep 2012 15:20:30

Hello

Re: Importing, compiling and running source code

I am going to mark this thread as answered since you have not followed up with any further information on your problem - I assume you solved the problem yourself or one of the suggestions in this thread helped you solved the problem. If you have a solution you could post it so others can find it. If you do not have a solution then please submit further details and then mark the thread as unanswered.

Thanks

Damien




Simple Sample

Importing, compiling and running source code

by Simple Sample » Tue, 04 Sep 2012 14:19:29

We either need to have more information or we need to type a lot (provide a long answer) in order to provide for most possibilities. Instead of us spending a lot of time, it would help if you were provide more information. What files were downloaded

If you downloaded a zip file, then expand as described above. What files get expanded from the zip file