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Window / Re: When was the requestFocus() method added?
« on: January 23, 2019, 02:29:36 am »
Ya, I figured it out, just before I checked the forum. DUH!  :P Thanks!

Window / [SOLVED: 2.2]When was the requestFocus() method added?
« on: January 23, 2019, 01:58:26 am »
The title is the question. I want be able install SFML via "apt-get", and the version that is installed on Raspbian Jessie does not install a version of SFML that supports requestFocus(). Also, what would the best way to implement this anyway? I was thinking by checking the Major, Minor, and Patch of SFML's version with an "#if".

The preprocessor passed "Config.hpp" file:

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Hope it helps!

Here is my TargetConditionals.h file in full:

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Now I don't quite know what you mean by "preprocessed version of Config.hpp." but I assume you mean a list of the values of the defines. How might I get that? (Again, new to C++, sorry.) Just point me in the right direction and will get them to you ASAP.

Oh, also, I am not using XCode or have installed its Developer Tools(I am using VS Code: https://code.visualstudio.com/). I moved the SFML include(named "SFML", of course) directory right into my "/usr/local/include" directory. Should I have done that? :-\

Thanks; That worked. I a new to C++ and the whole preprocessor thing, sorry if it was obvious. I have worked with Python before and might check out the SFML bindings for it.  ;) Have a nice day/night/evening/morning/afternoon! :P

EDIT: Was this the right category to post this question in? If not, whoops!

May I first thank each and every member of the SFML Team and anyone who has contributed to the SFML project for you work. I LOVE SFML so much! :D It gives what may I call "simplistic control," the best kind.  ;)

Now for some context:
I am working on a Pong extension named Pong++. I have set up a game engine/game state manager, and have coded a splash screen. But, when I build I am greeted by this error complaining about the
line of "Config.hpp" file(line 54 to be exact). Here is the full error:

/usr/local/include/SFML/Config.hpp:54:9: error: invalid token at start of a preprocessor expression

I am on MacOS(OS X as it was called at the time of release)version 1.9 (Mavericks), and have SFML 2.5.1 installed. I have not tried reinstalling SFML, but it seems to be an issue with my version of SFML, so if I do I will install the latest commit.

(I did try this in a file just importing the "Config.h" file by itself in a single file and still got an error.)

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