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Compiling a Version 6 App Under Version 2005 - Errors

Hi guys,

I just downloaded this:

http://www.codeproject.com/internet/CustomBrowser.asp

And opened it in Visual Studio 2005, it converted it, and now when I went to compile it I got these errors:


Error      1      fatal error C1083: Cannot open include file: '..\src\occimpl.h': No such file or directory      c:\documents and settings\justin nel\my documents\browser\custombrowser_demo\custombrowser\custombrowser.cpp      9
      
Error      2      fatal error C1083: Cannot open include file: '..\src\occimpl.h': No such file or directory      c:\documents and settings\justin nel\my documents\browser\custombrowser_demo\custombrowser\custsite.cpp      25      

Warning      3      warning C4800: 'BOOL' : forcing value to bool 'true' or 'false' (performance warning)      c:\documents and settings\justin nel\my documents\browser\custombrowser_demo\custombrowser\idispimp.cpp      194      



Could somebody help me compile this on 2005 please?


Cheers guys 'n gals!
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Cyber-Drugs
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Cyber-Drugs
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jkrCommented:
That is no compiler version issue, it's about where the files reside - locate the directory where you have 'occimpl.h' on your installation and add that directory as an 'Additional Include Directory' in your project settings. These paths have changed since VC6. And #3 is a warning you can usually ignore or change the line

bool bResult = pDlg->CB_IsOurCustomBrowser();

to

bool bResult = pDlg->CB_IsOurCustomBrowser() ? true : false;
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Cyber-DrugsAuthor Commented:
Hi jkr,

I read further down the article, it seems 2003/2005 need to replace that line with this:

#include <afxocc.h>

compiles fine now, but will also make your change to remove the Warning issue.

Cheers! :)
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