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Visual Studio 2010 Express

pwilliams-3
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Visual Studio 2010 Express

Has anyone been able to get the property sheets (contains the compiler and linker settings) to appear once the x64 platform has been added to the solution? I think this also happens in the Professional version. How did you fix it?

Patrick Williams | Engineering Systems | o: 616.698.3766 | c: 616.947.2110
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Hi Patrick,



I have the 2010 Professional and everything works correct with the property pages. I never had problems with the pages and can build for 32 and 64 bit. I build with the Creo 1.0 Sources, but don't think that it is different to other ones at property pages.



Best Regards,


Eike

I found the answer. I had to repair the Windows SDK 7.1 installation and then the property pages showed up. Here's another question though. When compiling the Debug configuration I am now receiving an _ITERATION_DEBUG_LEVEL mismatch error. Have you ever received that error and how did you fix it?

Patrick Williams | Engineering Systems | o: 616.698.3766 | c: 616.947.2110
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