I have a project that used Carbide.vs, and now we are trying to move to Carbide.c++ since a few new members of my group do not have access to Visual Studio.
Upon building the old code, the build process completes successfully but I am left with a warning in the "Problems" pane of Carbide.c++...
Does anyone have any idea what the significance of this warning is? Since the application seems to install and run fine after the build, I am pretty sure it is nothing major. But still, I tend to obsess over things like this. If anyone can shed some light on what this means, and maybe how to get it to go away, I'd appreciate it!
Here is the console output...
'Invoking: Def File Creator for GCC98'
perl.exe -S makedef.pl -Deffile Trinetra.inf "Trinetra.def"
MAKEDEF WARNING: 1 export(s) not yet Frozen:
Trinetra.def(3) : NewApplication__Fv @1
'Finished building: Trinetra.def'