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Home » U++ Library support » U++ Libraries and TheIDE: i18n, Unicode and Internationalization » Compile error about ctrllib.t
Compile error about ctrllib.t [message #29759] Mon, 15 November 2010 04:13 Go to next message
mvxi is currently offline  mvxi
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My OS is WindowsXP and locale is Chinese (simplified).
I try to compile my Upp program with VC 2005..The compiler shows errors about the file ctrllib.t. The errors are almost like this "error C2001: newline in constant".
If I change locale to English (United States). It works very well.
how to solve the problem if i still use Chinese (simplified) locale. It is really inconvenient for changing locale to English .
thanks.. Confused
Re: Compile error about ctrllib.t [message #29763 is a reply to message #29759] Mon, 15 November 2010 11:56 Go to previous messageGo to next message
gprentice is currently offline  gprentice
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mvxi wrote on Mon, 15 November 2010 16:13

My OS is WindowsXP and locale is Chinese (simplified).
I try to compile my Upp program with VC 2005..The compiler shows errors about the file ctrllib.t. The errors are almost like this "error C2001: newline in constant".
If I change locale to English (United States). It works very well.
how to solve the problem if i still use Chinese (simplified) locale. It is really inconvenient for changing locale to English .
thanks.. Confused


What version of U++ do you have?
Are there any missing double quotes in the lines that give the errors? How many errors are there?

Can you post (some of ) the line numbers and the exact content of those lines that give the errors.

Graeme
Re: Compile error about ctrllib.t [message #29769 is a reply to message #29759] Mon, 15 November 2010 18:58 Go to previous messageGo to next message
mirek is currently offline  mirek
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mvxi wrote on Sun, 14 November 2010 22:13

My OS is WindowsXP and locale is Chinese (simplified).
I try to compile my Upp program with VC 2005..The compiler shows errors about the file ctrllib.t. The errors are almost like this "error C2001: newline in constant".
If I change locale to English (United States). It works very well.
how to solve the problem if i still use Chinese (simplified) locale. It is really inconvenient for changing locale to English .
thanks.. Confused


This is a problem with VC compiler (well, sort of).

Anyway, recent U++ version should have workaround implemented.

So if you are using not so recent version, upgrade. (The most actual ones are on google-mirror).

If you have latest, please get back here and report again...
Re: Compile error about ctrllib.t [message #29865 is a reply to message #29769] Thu, 25 November 2010 03:36 Go to previous messageGo to next message
mvxi is currently offline  mvxi
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I am afraid i can't upgrade the recent version.Because we have changed a lot of Upp for our projects. So I must try to find why the VC compiler can't work corrently and eager to know the reason..

Re: Compile error about ctrllib.t [message #30150 is a reply to message #29865] Sun, 12 December 2010 08:45 Go to previous message
mirek is currently offline  mirek
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mvxi wrote on Wed, 24 November 2010 21:36

I am afraid i can't upgrade the recent version.Because we have changed a lot of Upp for our projects.



Bad bad mistake... I know that with sources as open as U++ has, it is tempting, but long term the maintainence costs will hurt you... it has already started to hurt here Smile

Mirek

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