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Windows Server 2003 R2 PSDK: SIZE_T error

mazterthe
Beginner
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Hello
When I compile http://www.programmersheaven.com/articles/faq/directx/DirectXApp.zipwith the intel 9.0.19 compiler for windows, integrated in VS.net 2003, with the Windows Server 2003 R2 PSDK ( http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=E15438AC-60BE-41BD-AA14-7F1E0F19CA0D&displa...), I get the following errors:
%PSDK-DIR%asetsd.h(339): error: inline specifier allowed on function declarations only
__inline
^

%PSDK-DIR%asetsd.h(340): error #698: the modifier "__inline" is not allowed on this declaration
void * POINTER_64
^

%PSDK-DIR%asetsd.h(341): error: expected a ";"
PtrToPtr64(
^

%PSDK-DIR%winnt.h(222): error: "__ptr64" has already been declared in the current scope
typedef void * POINTER_64 PVOID64;
^

%PSDK-DIR%winnt.h(222): error: expected a ";"
typedef void * POINTER_64 PVOID64;
^

%PSDK-DIR%winnt.h(5423): error: identifier "SIZE_T" is undefined
SIZE_T PagedPoolLimit;
^
.. And 95 other "SIZE_T" errors (exactly the same error: " error: identifier "SIZE_T" is undefined "
The PSDK has been registred and is working with the normal cl (which is taken from the Windows Server 2003 DDK (downloadable for free at http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/driver/wdf/KMDF_pkg.mspx), but that shouldn't matter), to compile the same sample/file.
All this leads to the question: How can I define "SIZE_T" in icl ?
Best regards
Maz
Attached: The full error log in a zip file
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TimP
Black Belt
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I would guess that your code should be attempting to define SIZE_T, so you would have to go back to find
where it failed to do so. I would guess it should look for size_t in stdlib.h and use that.
Your icl version is rather old, but I don't expect that to be the problem.
My last run-in with this on Windows was a long time ago, with a person who insisted that any
platform where sizeof(size_t) was not the same as sizeof(int) was broken, but you may not be running
into that situation.
mazterthe
Beginner
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The realy funny thing is, when I updated the ICL to the newest one, the problem went away... Nice work, whoever is responsible ;)
Maz
(Edit: typo)

Message Edited by mazterthe@hotmail.com on 04-01-200607:10 AM

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