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For C++ developers

Here’s a simple example of including VIVEPORT SDK in a C++ project.

  1. In Visual Studio 2015, create an empty Visual C++ project and name it as “ viveport_sdk_demo_cpp ”.
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  2. Go to the demo folder, “ viveport_sdk_demo_cpp ”, of the VIVEPORT SDK.
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  3. Copy the necessary header and source files to the project folder that you’ve just created.
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  4. Remove the empty project, viveport_sdk_demo_cpp.cpp , from your project folder. Use the demo sample code, program.cpp , as your main project.
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  5. Using a text editor, copy and paste the sets of source codes below for different Windows environments from viveport_sdk_demo_cpp.vcxproj to your project file “ (.vcxproj) ”.

    • For Windows 32-bit release:
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    • For Windows 64-bit release:
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    • For Windows 32-bit debug environment:
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    • For Windows 64-bit debug environment:
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    • For necessary header and source files:
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  6. Reload your project and rebuild it.Open Visual Studio 2015.
    When you see the Reload dialog box, click the Reload button, and then rebuild your project.
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    If you encounter the errors below, add #include “ stdafx.h ” into the Program.cpp and VIVEPORT.cpp files.
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