Ok,

There are so many settings in VS I could be mistaken, but I don't think this is it.

I've now modified VC++ Directories. I manually modified Include Directories with python's include directory and Library Directories with python's libs directory.

I even modified the linker's additional dependencies with the path directly to python32.lib (it already had $(PYTHON_LIB) so I'm pretty sure it was already working).

Same problem.

On 28 May 2012 14:41, Bob Hood <bhood2@comcast.net> wrote:
On 5/28/2012 3:47 AM, Douglas Russell wrote:
> I'm now stuck as I've now idea why this error is being thrown. Visual Studio
> is massively opaque compared to what I'm used to on Unix so there could
> easily be a setting wrong somewhere, but as it's the example project I
> presumed it should work pretty much out of the box.

You did remember to add a link to the Python library, right?  I've never used
the PYTHON_LIB environment variable when building, I always add a direct
linkage to they Python library (python32.lib) in my VS project settings.

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