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about Garbled on upp theIDE [message #32641] Tue, 31 May 2011 01:37
damody is currently offline  damody
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Registered: May 2011
Location: taiwan
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my computer:
os: win7
region:taiwan
charset:Traditional Chinese
upp version:upp-win32-3211
my vc2008 compiler use Traditional Chinese charset.
I compiler example "GoogleMaps", it's has some error.
on output window,
----- CtrlLib ( GUI MSC9 DEBUG DEBUG_FULL WIN32 MSC ) (1 / 10)
----- Web ( GUI MSC9 DEBUG DEBUG_FULL WIN32 MSC ) (2 / 10)
----- CtrlCore ( GUI MSC9 DEBUG DEBUG_FULL WIN32 MSC ) (3 / 10)
----- Draw ( GUI MSC9 DEBUG DEBUG_FULL WIN32 MSC ) (4 / 10)
----- plugin/bmp ( GUI MSC9 DEBUG DEBUG_FULL WIN32 MSC ) (5 / 10)
----- RichText ( GUI MSC9 DEBUG DEBUG_FULL WIN32 MSC ) (6 / 10)
----- Core ( GUI MSC9 DEBUG DEBUG_FULL WIN32 MSC ) (7 / 10)
----- plugin/z ( GUI MSC9 DEBUG DEBUG_FULL WIN32 MSC ) (8 / 10)
----- plugin/png ( GUI MSC9 DEBUG DEBUG_FULL WIN32 MSC ) (9 / 10)
----- GoogleMaps ( GUI MAIN MSC9 DEBUG DEBUG_FULL WIN32 MSC ) (10 / 10)
GoogleMaps.cpp
C:\clibrary\upp\examples\GoogleMaps\GoogleMaps.cpp : warning C4819: ɮקtLkbثerX (950) rCХH Unicode 榡xsɮץHƿ
C:\clibrary\upp\examples\GoogleMaps\GoogleMaps.cpp(105) : error C2001: `Ƥ]ts
C:\clibrary\upp\examples\GoogleMaps\GoogleMaps.cpp(106) : error C2143: yk~ : | ')' (b 'if' e)
GoogleMaps: 1 file(s) built in (0:01.12), 1123 msecs / file, duration = 1123 msecs, parallelization 0%

There were errors. (0:01.32)

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Regards.

[Updated on: Tue, 31 May 2011 07:12]

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