Visual Studio 2005

I’ve been using Visual Studio .Net 2003 for a long time. I’ve finally upgraded to 2005, and some of the changes are interesting.

One of the things I’ve been doing is converting a lot of the c-string functions to STL std::string. It turns out that the old string functions I’m gradually eliminating have been deprecated:

_snprintf: “This function or variable may be unsafe. Consider using _snprintf_s instead.”
strncat: “This function or variable may be unsafe. Consider using strncat_s instead.”
stricmp: “The POSIX name for this item is deprecated. Instead, use the ISO C++ conformant name: _stricmp”
fopen: “This function or variable may be unsafe. Consider using fopen_s instead.”
strncpy: “This function or variable may be unsafe. Considre using strncpy_s instead.”

I will gladly avoid using those functions. I hate them.

3 thoughts on “Visual Studio 2005

  1. J.K. aka Rystar

    Hey Veygoth sorry to post here over something that is irrevelant to the topic but the link to Diku Edit doesn’t work anyway you can restablish it for us. Anyways glad to see you working on things I’ve been missing Bast keep up the good work bro

  2. Xangis Post author

    Link fixed. Sorry about that – it was on a domain that moved to another server when it should have been on this one.

  3. J.K. aka Rystar

    Hey bro Nemir and I are willing to start working on zones any suggestions as to what you need or want also when we finish one who do we send it to?

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