Will some one please give me an answer!!!???
It's possible. Right click the cmd window and choose
Mark, then select text with mouse. (You only get one shot at this after you click
Mark) Then right click the titlebar of cmd window and choose
It's not really what I call handy, but beats typing everything.
What's you haxe? just type
@dean my haxe is 3.4.7
And is visual studio c++ compiler the same as visual studio.
no. Visual Studio doesn't install c++ by default after version 2013.
my haxe is 3.4.7
Might be ok. sometimes the latest doesn't always work. I don't know though.
@dean what version of visual studio c++ compiler do you use, and did you download?
Visual Studio Community 2015
to get VSC 2015 go here and make a free account, then you can download older versions.
It won't install c++ by default install, you must select custom install options (I think. I missed this step). I had same cl.exe not found error and went to
add/remove programsand chose
Modifyto install c++ after the fact. I don't remember the exact steps, but I didn't need to reinstall.
the problem may be the installing and uninstalling of many VS versions like the last post at the link I gave you is saying. I recommend that you go to that link and follow instructions if you cannot get dean's instructions working.
@dean i tried to download visual studio 2015 but it keep telling me we do not have the download for you. Is this temporary do i have to wait a little bit more.
did you join the free Dev Essentials program https://www.visualstudio.com/dev-essentials/ and activate the account through email. I had no problem downloading once I made the account and activated it.
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@dean should i download visual studio 2015 with update 3 or vs 2015 update 3
@dean should i choose default or custom
With update 3. Use custom and check box to include c++ if it's there.
EDIT: If you have a choice for c++ win32, choose that one.
@dean i saw visual c++ but i didn't see c++ win32
i saw visual c++ but i didn't see c++ win32
I think that should do it. Like I said, I missed that step.
In case you, or anyone else didn't install C++ while installing Visual Studio, like me, you can install it after the fact.
This link is where I found how to install C++ after the fact. https://stackoverflow.com/questions/31953769/visual-studio-doesnt-have-cl-exe
I used this method from the comments of the chosen answer on that thread.
"if Visual Studio is already installed, choose File | New | Project | C++ and you will be prompted to install the necessary components." – jodis
But you can also do this I reckon.
You don't need to re-download the installer for Visual Studio: just go to Add or remove programs -> Visual studio community 2015 -> modify. From there, I clicked languages, Visual C++. Added cl.exe! – user2831602