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I have recently given up on XML as i hate polish notation. I was wondering how to compile gauges using visual studio .net 2003. I tried to run nmake but it doesn't work.Thanks,Steve

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Download Dai Griffith's Dragonflight design tutorial for programming in C. You can get the latest version here at AVsim by searching for sd2gau18.zip. I have Version14 and this has a good section on how to setup rhe MS Development environment.You can find it here:http://www.surclaro.com/fs2002_c16.htmlVersion18 probably has all the info you need anyway, but I know 14 is good - so 18 will be awesome!!!!RegardsJim

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>I have recently given up on XML as i hate polish notation. I>was wondering how to compile gauges using visual studio .net>2003. I tried to run nmake but it doesn't work.There is an illustrated tutorial posted in the "Panels and Gauges" forum at http://flightsim.com specifically describing how to set up MSVC++ .NET 2003 to compile gauges."nmake" is a Command Line driven method that has ZERO use with MSVC++ IDE.

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>"nmake" is a Command Line driven method that has ZERO>use with MSVC++ IDE.Yeah, you can't even burn it for firewood.

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yeah i'm a moron i just had to tell it not include the individual gauge files in the build.Thanks anyway,Steve

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