Rafał Bator Poland Wednesday, August 25, 2010 12:41 PM Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Msdn Web site. You signed in with another tab or window. I get the following error Building the projects in this solution one at a time. Register now! weblink
But today with VS 2010 there is a more up-to-date than SDK version. Privacy statement Help us improve MSDN. Please make sure you have it installed under '%VCTargetsPath%\Platforms\x64'.
I went to Microsoft's website, and it doesn't provide a VS 2010 install, it only goes back as far as 2012. It worked. see the FFI proposals to node.js which will wave this requirement in future] @Jayflux, yup we just need VC++ Build Tools 2015 without installing the full-blown VS; that was all over 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
fixing indentation issue fixes #679 adding comment about the --msvs_version=2015 Adding Windows 10 instructions to readme">Updating the readme for Windows 10 support. … fixing indentation issue fixes #679 adding comment about Platform Referenced In The Project File Cannot Be Found Any other ideas? Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode 12-14-2011 #1 starshiptrooper View Profile View Forum Posts I concluded it was probably due to a bug in VS.
Your method works. more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Browse other questions tagged c++ visual-studio-2010 or ask your own question. Can anyone help? :( uxfed commented Aug 18, 2015 Maybe try VS2015 w/ C++ and set env variable: GYP_MSVS_VERSION=2015 I'm on win 8.1 though, not 10 Fishrock123 added the Windows label
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For Ruby 2.0 I think I assumes 2014 - or 2015. (you'd have to check) This means that if you hit F5 it should launch SketchUp and load the .so file This justly turns only with XP x64 and not with XP normal |home| (x32). Reload to refresh your session. check over here For the rest of the predicaments, follow this guide: //github.com/nodejs/node-gyp/issues/629#issuecomment-158163655 which will eventually land in the repo's docs after getting some more feedback and reiterating.
To get VS 2010 working I had to perform one of the stackoverflow fixes where "cvtres.exe" is replaced. joemalski referenced this issue in libxmljs/libxmljs Feb 11, 2016 Open Unable to install library v0.17.1 on Windows #385 johnlindquist commented Feb 23, 2016 npm config set msvs_version 2015 -g with visual few percent of the entire npm world!
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I also got my local desktop working. For some reason, I cannot update node.js You can still self-update npm npm install [email protected] -g or [email protected] (that's pacakged with your version of node.js). 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 Please make sure you have it installed under '%VCTargetsPath%\Platforms\x64'.
Jayflux commented Feb 25, 2016 @jasonwilliams200OK are you able to update the readme if thats the case? You signed out in another tab or window. These must all be the appropriate 32-bit or 64-bit versions. thomthom 2016-02-15 08:31:59 UTC #9 BruceYoung: this is a known problem when both VS 2010 and VS 2012 are Bummer - I've not had 2012 installed.
To enable 64-bit tools on Visual C++ Express, install the Windows Software Development Kit (SDK) in addition to Visual C++ Express. Otherwise, if user already had build tools or VS installed, then script will just jump to the build step consuming that installed machinery. Please make sure you have it installed under '%VCTargetsPath%\Platforms\x64'. Go to your platform SDK folder, and go to noredist/win64/amd64 and you will find it there, copy it into your system32 folder.
BruceYoung 2016-02-15 01:53:58 UTC #8 I tired building a basic (non Sketchup SDK) console program and a windows one.