Combining the instruction from the post here and a blog here, I summarize the steps to dynamically use different icons in resource script file (.rc file).
1. Open your project in Visual Studio 2010
2. Right click on resource script file (e.g. app.rc) and select “Properties”
3. At the top of the property page, select one product solution configuration like “Product A” or “Product B”. This is similar to “Win32”, or “x64”, but for different product.
4. In the left menu bar, select [Configuration Properties] / [Resources] / [General].
5. In the “Preprocessor Definitions” field, add “Product_A” for “Product A” configuration and “Product_B” for “Product B” configuration . The field value will become “NDEBUG;%(PreprocessorDefinitions);Product_A”.
6. Click OK to close the window.
7. Right click on resource script file (e.g. app.rc) and select “View Code”.
8. In the code editor, add #ifdef and #elif to conditionally include resources when compiling. Use “Product_A” and “Product_B” preprocessor definitions that we defined just now.
Here is a sample code:
IDI_MAINFRAME_ICON ICON "..\\Software\\res\\idr_main_A.ico"
IDI_MAINFRAME_ICON ICON "..\\Software\\res\\idr_main_B.ico"
IDI_MAINFRAME_ICON ICON "..\\Software\\res\\idr_main.ico"
9. Save the resource script file and compile the project in different platforms.
A webtool to calculate and interact with 3D radiation pattern of seismic wave energy.
VC2010 SP1 on Windows 7 64bit
Without any modification of the environmental variables or upgrading VC2010, I hit this error upon rebuild of an old project
nafxcwd.lib(afxglobals.obj) : error LNK2001: unresolved external symbol _IID_IWICImagingFactory
1. At project->Properties->Configuration Properties->Linker->Input->Additional Dependencies I added windowscodecs.lib. This is a library under
C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.0A\Lib
If you don’t have it, install Windows SDKs
2. Compile the project still hit some errors and recompile builds the project successfully
For details of discussion on this issue see here
The default setting of openvpn only allows client to visit the openvpn server only. To allow the client to visit the LAN behind the server you need to forward the package from tun0 (the vpn) to wlan0 (the internet your server is using). For those who are using other interface to access internet, choose ech0, ech1, etc. accordingly.
/sbin/iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o wlan0 -j MASQUERADE
/sbin/iptables -A FORWARD -i wlan0 -o tun0 -m state --state RELATED,ESTABLISHED -j ACCEPT
/sbin/iptables -A FORWARD -i tun0 -o wlan0 -j ACCEPT
A video clip shows the computation results of qP, qS1 (fast) and qS2 (slow) in a triclinic medium. The isosurface show the wavefront of both P and S propagating away from the source. The traced rays are curved instead of straight in a homogeneous anisotropic medium. The polarization (red arrow) is different from the ray vector (blue arrow) due to the anisotropy.