Author Topic: VC++ options  (Read 3006 times)

Offline koen

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VC++ options
« on: November 27, 2006, 11:25:51 am »

I did a fresh install of the nightly build, created a new project, selected a wxSmith project, named it 'test2', selected 'use unicode' and pressed OK. If I now build my project, I get the error "invalid numeric argument '/Winvalid-pch'".

If I go to Project -> Build options, Compiler->Other options, then for 'default' the list is empty, but for test2, there are many options. One of them is -Winvalid-pch, so I guess that's where the error is coming from. The compiler is set to VC++ 2005. If  I go to Setting -> Compiler and debugger and I look at 'other options', the list is empty.

Two questions: Is this a bug, or am I doing something wrong? What is the correct list of 'other options' for VCC++ 2005, so I can fix it here and try to finally get things working?