Re: [xml] Memory Access Violation on xmlDocDump

Daniel Dilts wrote:
Ok, how about for VS2005?

Project Properties
 -> C/C++
  -> Code Generation
   -> Runtime Library
    -> (select the one you need)

See how similar it is? Did you even bother to try to find this?
If you're going to try to compile things yourself, at least a modicum of
initiative and common sense is a very useful thing to have...

On 5/31/07, *pwhelan exis cl <mailto:pwhelan exis cl>* <pwhelan exis cl
<mailto:pwhelan exis cl>> wrote:

    On Wed, 30 May 2007 23:30:12 -0600, "Daniel Dilts" <
    diltsman gmail com <mailto:diltsman gmail com>> wrote:
    > Easier said than done.  I have no idea how to do that, and my
    brother, who
    > is a VS wiz-kid, doesn't know how to do it either.
    > On 5/30/07, pwhelan exis cl <mailto:pwhelan exis cl>
    <pwhelan exis cl <mailto:pwhelan exis cl>> wrote:

    In MSVC 6.0 Its
    Project Settings ->
    C/C++ (tab) ->
    Category: Code Generation (pull down list)
    Use Run-Time Library (pull down list) -> (Chooses The Runtime)

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