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  1. #41
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    Default I also can't compile

    Quote Originally Posted by viewgsm View Post
    hi, too many headers ,
    if you may send me a full copy , I will post an easy web link .

    Thanks

    VrBitmapDial.hpp
    VrControls.hpp
    VrAngularMeter.hpp
    VrLabel.hpp
    VrLeds.hpp
    VrSwitch.hpp
    VrCheckLed.hpp
    VrScope.hpp
    I also miss those header, I saw someone said it is because install the BCB wrongly, can anyone tell me how can i install the BCB correctly.

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    No its part of a separate custom control suite and not part of Borland's suite at all.

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    Arrow You can found those header files there.


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    Default I ported the FSUSB App to VC++

    Thanks to Hunter2 for posting the ZIP of the PICDEMUSBFSDemoTool source.
    It's done in Borland C++ Builder, so I ported it to VC++.
    Details here: http://www.dlwrr.com/electronics/picdem/index.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by paketorro View Post
    Now I can successfully compile the project with Borland Builder 6.0 but there is still a linker error: [Fatal Linker Error] Fatal: Unable to open file 'VCWB6.LIB'
    I'm currently working on recompiling and building the PICDEMUSBFSDemo software project with C++ Builder 2007. I've installed the TMS Software from the link above for Builder 2007 (although the installation locked at the very end). I'm also getting the error pertaining to VCWB6.lib. I've searched my hard drive for this library but cannot find it, I've also tried googling for it although end up unsuccessful. Is this library even required for what I'm doing, or should it have installed with the installation of the Instrumentation Workshop software? I'm really new to all this, I appreciate any help.

    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjpast View Post
    I'm currently working on recompiling and building the PICDEMUSBFSDemo software project with C++ Builder 2007. I've installed the TMS Software from the link above for Builder 2007 (although the installation locked at the very end). I'm also getting the error pertaining to VCWB6.lib. I've searched my hard drive for this library but cannot find it, I've also tried googling for it although end up unsuccessful. Is this library even required for what I'm doing, or should it have installed with the installation of the Instrumentation Workshop software? I'm really new to all this, I appreciate any help.

    Thank you
    Ok, never mind. Thanks to dlchambers for his work with the visual studio route, I've been able to accomplish what I've needed using that rather than the original code with Borland.

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    Default pdfsusb.exe

    please forward me the pdfsusb.exe to my mail address nigude@gmail.com

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    Default Here you go...

    A ZIP of MChip's original FSUSB can be found here:
    http://www.dlwrr.com/electronics/picdem/
    Look for the 'mchip_pdfsusb.zip' link at the bottom of the page.

    -Dave

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