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Dear ImGui, bloat-free graphical user interface library for C++ [message #55091] Sat, 10 October 2020 11:56
zaktwist is currently offline  zaktwist
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Registered: December 2019
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Hello everybody,
I have been using U ++ for some time now and I appreciate it in all its parts but I am not an expert ...
I want to share with you all an external integration experience in TheIDE ... I accidentally found ttps://github.com/ocornut/imgui Dear ImGui, bloat-free graphical user interface library for C ++, and it seems quite simple to manage and use.
I managed to start everything with VisualStudioCommunity, but the intent was to be able to start the example Win32DirectX11 with TheIDE and after various ups and downs I succeeded ..
Maybe for many of you it would have been easy to add libraries and be able to compile everything without problems but it wasn't for me ...
I didn't want to ask anything on the forum so as not to be ridiculous in maybe simple questions and in any case I managed to compile everything both in release and in debug.
Of course in the example code I was in the docking branch ...
However we accept advice to improve and simplify the project ...
I apologize for my english, but it's google translator's fault Laughing
Hello everybody

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