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General / Re: Displaying a number with sf::string
« on: April 11, 2012, 05:59:24 pm »
Well since I don't read I'm gonna give another one...
Just kidding Laurent ;)

Then I read that wrong. Sorry!

(slight) performance overhead
In exceptional situations, performance is usually not important.
That's right, assuming you have zero-cost exceptions. If you don't - which is the case with most compilers on 32-bit Windows, GCC with DWARF2 unwinding is probably the only major compiler there that has zero-cost exceptions - you pay for using exceptions even in the hot path. And paying in the innermost loop for something not used anywhere (in a healthy program) stinks.
Or not, see here, no cost if no exception are being thrown. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/307610/how-do-exceptions-work-behind-the-scenes-in-c#307716

General / SFML run-time libraries
« on: October 25, 2011, 04:16:02 am »
You shouldn't have to touch the /MTd and /MT.
Just go in the property > Linker > Input > Ignore All Defaults Library->Yes(/NODEFAULTLIB)
Should fix it.

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