On Wed, Sep 25, 2013 at 2:56 AM, Staffan Tylen <staffan.tylen@gmail.com> wrote:
Mark, here is the output.

C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 11.0\VC\INCLUDE\memory(7) : fatal error C1083: Cannot open include file: 'stdint.h': No such file or di
NMAKE : fatal error U1077: '"C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 11.0\VC\BIN\cl.EXE"' : return code '0x2'

There exists a file called memory (in addition to memory.h) that contains the following lines at top:

// memory standard header
#pragma once
#ifndef _MEMORY_
#define _MEMORY_
#ifndef RC_INVOKED
#include <xmemory>
#include <stdint.h> /* for uintptr_t */

Well, that explains why I don't see any problems.  The Visual Studio 10 headers don't include stdint.h there.

I don't have time to work on a real solution until, maybe, this weekend.

If you just want to compile you can try this

In the ooSQLite make file add this define: _STDINT  I would just add it to this line:


make it:


I think that will work.

If it doesn't and you don't mind making a temporary change to one of the ooRexx header files you could try this:

In rexxapitypes.h on line 67 change this:

typedef char int8_t;

to this:

typedef signed char int8_t;

You will still see the warnings, but it should eliminate the error that stops the build.

You can find rexxapitypes.h in the api subdirectory of your ooRexx install

 Directory of C:\rexx\ooRexx\api

09/17/2013  07:51 AM    <DIR>          .
09/17/2013  07:51 AM    <DIR>          ..
05/18/2013  08:44 PM           153,716 oorexxapi.h
07/10/2012  12:36 PM            42,572 oorexxerrors.h
02/25/2010  02:19 PM            40,334 rexx.h
09/17/2013  07:48 AM             5,104 rexx.lib
09/17/2013  07:45 AM             9,544 rexxapi.lib
02/25/2010  02:19 PM            15,581 rexxapidefs.h
02/25/2010  02:19 PM             4,726 rexxapitypes.h
02/25/2010  02:19 PM             3,741 rexxplatformapis.h
02/25/2010  02:19 PM             3,271 rexxplatformdefs.h

If neither works, then you'll probably have to wait until I have time to address the issue.  Which I'll have to do sooner or later because I'll want to move on from Visual Studio 2010.

Mark Miesfeld