I download the version 2.2 and do exactily as the tutorial says, but when I debug my project , It said that there is not file "version.hpp". And when I download the "version.hpp" in boost, it's not compatible.
I do use the old packages,but when debug the project, it cann't find the libcollada14dom21-d.dll. If I add the dll file in the root of my project, I encounter the problem of reading confliction.
Are there someone used to meet the same problem? Can you give me the solution ,please?
> but when I debug my project , It said that there is not file "version.hpp".
Where and when does Visual Studio say this?
> I do use the old packages,but when debug the project, it cann't find the libcollada14dom21-d.dll.
It is generated here:
You have to copy it in a directory where your application can find it (e.g. the working directory), you may do this with a post-build-event.
> If I add the dll file in the root of my project, I encounter the problem of reading confliction.
Can you give us more details about that?
Thank you for you answer,Christoph Nenning.
The messages about version 2.2 :
1>d:\program files\collada_dom\collada-dom\dom\external-libs\boost\boost\config\auto_link.hpp(93) : fatal error C1083: cann't open file:“boost/version.hpp”: No such file or directory
As to the third problem, I found the answer. It's about the difference about Debug and release. I set the “Runtime library” field in the "Code generate" tab for the "C/C++" project configuration settings to be "multithread debug DLL(MDd)".
Thank you !
boost/version.hpp is not present on my system either. And I can build the DOM and domTest.
Have you changed more project settings?
Thank you very much,kex347
I did exactly as the user guide says. I can build the dom and domtest either,but the dll file is libcollada15dom21-d.dll, it means that the dom I use is still version 2.1,instead of 2.2.
Thank you for you answer. I'm now using the old version, and it seems to work fine.