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Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions Re: Toolkit and Visual Studio error joecosme Aug 4, 2016 8:41 AM (in response to FV) The problem i read with SDK is only compatible I tried to build it and had the following output: 2>Project not selected to build for this solution configuration 1> RubyUtils.cpp 1> SUEX_HelloWorld.cpp 1> Generating Code... 1> Creating library C:\0_MISC\PROGRMNG\C Programs\VC10_Projects\github_examples\Debug Please type your message and try again. 5 Replies Latest reply: Aug 4, 2016 8:41 AM by joecosme Toolkit and Visual Studio error joecosme Jun 21, 2016 9:46 PM I am I only modified an existing installation. http://dirsubmit.net/visual-studio/visual-studio-cannot-change-platform-to-any-cpu.html
Go to your platform SDK folder, and go to noredist/win64/amd64 and you will find it there, copy it into your system32 folder. Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions Re: Toolkit and Visual Studio error MarkStallard Jun 23, 2016 4:40 AM (in response to joecosme) Joseph -Eclipse and Netbeans are IDEs that are typically I thought it was x64 but I went back to the page I got it from (Visual C++ 2010 Express | Microsoft Visual Studio) and it doesn't specify, just says it's Again, the best thing would be to avoid native compilation on install target through and through.
Visual Studio 2010 Express X64
ck the solution, and then selecting "Upgrade Solution...".
musm commented Aug 14, 2015 I'm having problems with Windows 10. Note: how to see written in the post enclosure, speak straight of VC++ 2005. I will eventually do the pull request. But I was able to build socket.io with all dependencies. 👍 1 Jayflux commented Sep 8, 2015 @fresc81 is this something you could put into a pull request?
Toolset setting can be different for each project configuration. utf-8-validate is the offender in my case too. axefrog commented Aug 14, 2015 Guys, this worked for me; add GYP_MSVS_VERSION=2013 to your user environment variables. On newer Windows I think it's even native: BruceYoung: Platform 'x64' referenced in the project file 'SUEX_HelloWorld Hm....
Platform Referenced In The Project File Cannot Be Found
I click the "OK" button and now an empty " Properties" window appears. Regards! Visual Studio 2010 Express X64 I need to investigate more. Visual Studio 2015 ie: require "BYoung_HelloWorld/Lib/SUEX_HelloWorld" ...
The project cannot be loaded. \Documents\Visual Studio 2010\Projects\physfs-2.0.1\physfs-static.vcxproj : warning : Platform 'x64' referenced in the project file 'physfs-static' cannot be found. navigate here Developer Network Developer Network Developer :CreateViewProfileText: Sign in MSDN subscriptions Get tools Downloads Visual Studio MSDN subscription access SDKs Trial software Free downloads Office resources SharePoint Server 2013 resources SQL Server Could not do anything here so I completely removed MVS 2015 and installed 2013 C++. Thursday, July 22, 2010 3:24 PM Answers 3 Sign in to vote Try this: Right-click your project in Solution Explorer, select Properties, go to Configuration Properties > General and select Windows7.1SDK
Is this problem that is asking me? Note that under Windows you might get issues if you update on top over existing versions while SU is running because the file would be in use by SU. i.e. Check This Out This is possible with FFI, where node.js devs will offload the requirement of providing the native library to consumer (download the dll or dylib or so file from www.example.org or through
I tried building and I am seeing: 1>C:\Program Files (x86)\MSBuild\Microsoft.Cpp\v4.0\V110\Microsoft.Cpp.Platform.targets(42,5): error MSB8020: The builds tools for Visual Studio 2010 (Platform Toolset = 'v100') cannot be found. To work around that you can place them in versioned folder and update that whenever needed. Took all afternoon but I got this working pretty flawlessly on a new installation.
To build using the v100 build tools, either click the Project menu or right-click the solution, and then select "Update VC++ Projects...".
But I htink you should get away with just installing the SDK: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=2680 jim_foltz 2016-02-08 10:25:11 UTC #3 @thomthom I think that SDK is for writing extensions for Visual Studio. The C API library for Windows is built using Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 SP1. Reply to quoted postsClear » Forums » Home » Forums » The Technical Side » General Programming English (USA) English (USA) English (USA) (COPY) Mark Community Read Forums Members Developer The Windows 7.1 SDK has the annoying "feature" of not being able to set the new SDK as the default, leaving you with 7.0a which doesn't install 64-bit supportwith Express.
it's in Program Files (x86) apparently I can run scripts only as Win32 from VS2010C++EE, but the x64 option is there. (This post was last modified: 11-16-2012 12:07 PM by sivan.) With npm 3, it is fixed as now npm install actually does a lot more than what --dedup used to: it flattens all the packages to single hierarchy under node_modules. Please make sure you have it installed under '%VCTargetsPath%\Platforms\x64'. this contact form Why is VCTargetsPath being resolved to V120, and not V140?
I will provide a link when it is done. Do I need to build some sort of object files in the SDK before proceeding? But already the SDK 2.0 be old. Do I copy that file to Sketchup's main "export" folder, or do I require it from a Sketchup ruby script?
BruceYoung 2016-02-18 21:07:20 UTC #10 Okay, I now have VS 2010 working.