Originally Posted by scimmyboy
So... Should I just do the includes like this:
I know that's not proper by FAR, but I have been trying all kinds of shit to try to get the includes linked, but it's not working very well for me. :-/
This is what it looked like before I played with it.
Here's another thing that kinda flagged something weird. I also can't change the includes directories for some reason, they're ALL greyed out, and the SDK directory code it HAS isn't correct for my machine...
But yet, my SDK includes directory is:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft DirectX SDK (June 2010)\Include
OMG TOTAL DUMBASS. :P I GOT MAD AT IT, AND DIDN'T REALIZE MY ERRORS. I FIXED IT... See this: and compare it with the includes directory I just put up there. :P I got it working now.
Now... For the NEXT problem.
I got the includes fixed, now I just need to know how to link VS to the d3dx9.lib properly, cuz I get this error now...