Matt Godbolt has announced today that the Visual C++ compiler is finally available on Compiler Explorer (https://godbolt.org/). Compiler Explorer is a website where you can write C/C++/Rust/Go/D code, compile it with various compilers and settings and see the resulted assembly code. #CompilerExplorer now has VS 2017 compilers! Huge thanks to @Microsoft and @apardoe! — Matt…Read More VisualC++ Is Now Available on Compiler Explorer
I’m working on a project to port a 32-bit application for the x64 platform. The first errors that came up when building for x64 were related to inline ASM code, which is no longer supported in VC++ for x64. VC++ has an inline assembler built within the compiler, so you could write assembly code directly…Read More No more inline ASM in VC++ on x64
When you create a WPF application, the start-up window is by default one from the same project (by default called Window1.xaml).
< Application x:Class="WpfApplication1.App"
< Application.Resources >
< /Application.Resources >
< /Application >
But what if you want to use a window from another project (class library)? The pack URI scheme, used by WPF, allows you to identify and load files from: the current assembly a…Read More Reference a XAML From Another Project