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Shanice April 20, 2004 10:20

compiling UDFs
 
Hi everyone

Ive tried to compile my udf using Microsoft Visual C++ Toolkit 2003 (free download version) and typing "nmake" but "nmake" is unknown to this compiler. Do you know why or which compiler I should use to make it work...?

Thank you very much!

Rob Hart April 20, 2004 15:22

Re: compiling UDFs
 
I don't have any experience with this toolkit, but try the following.

Does it contain a file called nmake.exe (use find files to look for it), and is the location of this file mentioned in the PATH variable? (open a command prompt and type echo %PATH%)

Rob


lingo April 21, 2004 00:57

Re: compiling UDFs
 
Shanice:

I thingk that You should't compile your udf in visual c++,You should compile it in fluent according to the turorial.



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