[sword-devel] EVC3 Compile Errors

SonWon sonwon.1 at gmail.com
Sun Jul 13 07:45:35 MST 2008

I would rather not have the noise.  :)

I'll see if it is affecting the EVC4 build in a little bit.

David Trotz wrote:
> John,
> My eVC 3 has these errors as well but if you let it run through you will 
> find they are not critical enough to lead to a broken build. You will 
> still get a sword.dll in the end.
> As far as commenting the line out I suggest you do not do that. The file 
> is part of the sword library and thus the file may serve a purpose on a 
> different platform. If we find it to be a problem later we can instead 
> do something like
> #ifndef __EVC3__
> #include <mem.h>
> #endif
> But for now just leave it be.
> In Christ,
> David Trotz
> SonWon wrote:
>> When I Rebuild All using EVC3 I get many errors like this:
>> Could not find file mem.h
>> If I remember correctly this is needed for a DOS build not windows.  So 
>> I rem the line out in swbuf.h (A Sword function) and now all of the 
>> mem.h errors are gone.  Do we need to just rem this out or is there a 
>> better way to fix this?
>> Someone not getting these errors check your swbuf.h to see if it is rem 
>> out.  I am thinking that if you are using Visual Studio (VS) then you do 
>> not need to rem this line out as mem.h comes with VS, I think.  I have a 
>> copy of VS 2005 now and I can test later.  I don't want to reload all of 
>> the modules again at this time, that was painfully slow.
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