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    Good ole Windows

    I was just doing some OGL programming, when I decided to modify an existing program of mine. I created a new folder and copied the source file into this folder, just to make sure, i compiled this source code, the exe file gave me an error. I was confused. I go back to the ORIGINAL folder in which the file was, i open THAT source code (they are identical, just in different folders), and this source worked PERFECTLY. I copied the working code into the new folder overwriting the "corrupt" source, I then tried to compile it, it AGAIN gave me an error. I repeated this several times, and I came to the conclusion that the files location in the particular folder was causing the error, hmmmm. I then created another folder with a different name, tried it again, it AGAIN gave me an error. HELP! could this be a virus?
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    Re: Good ole Windows

    what error are you getting? is it a link error or a compile error or a run time error

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    Re: Good ole Windows

    Perhaps you just have to change some project settings.

    What kind of error is it?
    It does not matter who is right, when there is no one left!!!

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    Re: Good ole Windows

    Its a runtime error, when i run the exe file. I sorta fixed it, its just the name of the directory that was causing it. If the directory is called Lighting then it screws up, anything else its ok. As I said, good ole windows...
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