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Hey there guys…

Im kinda new ond this stuff.. so i dont know how to install new libraries on my dev-c++. I have only installed libraries with the devpack installation wich is easier.. so… can you help me to install it please?

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Assuming you downloaded the zip file, and you have dev installed in the default directory…
Copy all of the file in [color=yellow:29kb8ldn]fmodapi375win/api/inc/[/color:29kb8ldn] from the zip file into [color=yellow:29kb8ldn]C:\Dev-Cpp\include[/color:29kb8ldn]. Then copy all the files in [color=yellow:29kb8ldn]fmodapi375win/api/lib/[/color:29kb8ldn] from the zip file into [color=yellow:29kb8ldn]C:\Dev-Cpp\lib[/color:29kb8ldn].

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also when ur creating a project using FMOD u need to link it to libfmod.a
(which should be in ur lib folder if you followed Yarin’s advice)

btw to link go to Project->Project Options (Parameters Tab)

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hi guys,
i’ve done all the things above and i still have a problem :
that makes several syntax errors with windef.h

[img:3gn58ijl]http://laboieldieuteam.free.fr/autres/images/ld.jpg[/img:3gn58ijl]

thank u

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where in ur code do you have ‘##’?

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no , i think it’s in the code of windef.h, a file already exist in the instalation of dev-c and it may be used when compilating.
when i don’t write include <fmod.h>, there is no prob in compilation
what’s the problem????

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