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|Migrating MFC app from Visual Studio 2012 to Visual Studio 2013|
I had exactly the same problem today after converting a Visual Studio
2010 project to Visual Studio 2013.
In my case, it turned out to be "hard coded" WINVER define injected
via the project's C++ configuration properties (preprocessor
definition section), where WINVER=0x500 was defined ages ago.
|Visual Basic / Visual Studio 2013 Trackbar Movement Direction|
Thanks idle. Thank you for creating a definition for this
before-unforeseen conundrum. I tried declaring a variable to hold the
previous value of the trackbar, but I couldn't quite figure out how to
go about it since every time the trackbar is moved the variable is
Figured it out, sorry for being a noob...
Private Sub TrackBar1_Scroll(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles
|Visual Studio - Visual Basic - Protected Memory Error?|
Try creating a new project, then copy and paste code from the old
project. You may or may not have to recreate the forms in the
designer. Also, make sure you have System, System.Core,
System.Drawing, and System.Windows.Forms included as references for
|1MB application using Visual Studio|
You need the .Net Framework for c#. No way around it. Most newer
versions of Windows come with a version of the .Net Framework so
depending on which version you target and which Windows versions you
support, you may not need to distribute .Net.
Here's a post showing which versions of the framework come on which
versions of Windows.
|How to set a breakpoint on a DLL in Visual Studio?|
Phew, that is quite a requirement you have. But to be honest, that
might be something really usefull, even for other scenarios.
The most easiest way I think you could achieve this is using WinDbg
and setting breakpoints there. With WinDbg you could do something like
this (assuming your image is named myplugin.dll):
File -> Symbol File Path (add path where the .pdb for the plugin is)