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QuestionIs there a way to trace an mpi message through a topology? PinmemberCioroiu Adrian-Nicu19-Jan-13 6:39 
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QuestionSOLVED Cannot access #include files – “permission denied” [modified] PinmemberVaclav_Sal19-Jan-13 4:38 
AnswerRe: Cannot access #include files – “permission denied” PinmvpRichard MacCutchan19-Jan-13 5:23 
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GeneralRe: Cannot access #include files – “permission denied” PinmvpRichard MacCutchan19-Jan-13 21:26 
Vaclav_Sal wrote:
Do I have to create my own parent #include file ( such as
stdafx.h)   with all the other headers or is it a time to learn how to use CMake?
I'm not sure what you mean, the two are not connected. Using pre-compiled headers via stdafx.h merely helps to reduce the compile time of your source files, but you still need to #include all the individual header files. I have used make in the past and it is a good system, but I don't think it offers any advantages when you are creating Windows applications. Using the VS build system will do all you need.
QuestionWriting a non-Windows program PinmemberAnthony Appleyard19-Jan-13 1:23 
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QuestionHow to get Visual C++ to use the char* forms of standard functions? PinmemberAnthony Appleyard19-Jan-13 1:15 
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QuestionFor beginners introduction to CFormView, CView ? Pinmemberbosfan18-Jan-13 11:04 
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QuestionUsing the OpenFileDialog in Console? [modified] PinmemberMember 975216818-Jan-13 7:01 
QuestionRe: Using the OpenFileDialog in Console? Pinmemberjeron118-Jan-13 7:32 
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