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Error: foobar2000_SDK.lib not a valid Win32 Application

I hope this is in the right place. I downloaded the Visual Studio 64X project files, extracted then, and built the system without errors. However, when I go to run it with or without the debugger I get the following error:

, Unable to start program
C:\..,\MyProjects\2000 Foo Bar\SDK\foobar2000\x64\Debug\Foobar2000_SDK.lib

C:\...\MyProjects\2000 Foo Bar\SDK\x64\Debug\Foobar2000_SDK.lib is not a valid Win32 application.


x64 is selected, and Build and Rebuild works without error but will not debug or run w/o debug.

How do I fix the error?

Thanks
Doug

 





Re: Error: foobar2000_SDK.lib not a valid Win32 Application

Reply #2
I tried it but no joy!  Shows at the top of the visual studio window "foobar2000_SDK.

Also cleaned the solution and did a rebuild.  Still no joy

 

Re: Error: foobar2000_SDK.lib not a valid Win32 Application

Reply #3
There is nothing to fix. You have compiled the SDK, it does not produce a program you can run. If you create a component, install it in foobar2000 and run foobar2000.exe. If you want to debug it, configure debugging command to launch the foobar2000.exe you are using.

Re: Error: foobar2000_SDK.lib not a valid Win32 Application

Reply #4
There is nothing to fix. You have compiled the SDK, it does not produce a program you can run.

I assumed they were compiling foo_sample and they'd already pointed the debugger at their fb2k instance and made sure the compiled dll was copied to the fb2k component folder properly. I guess I should have asked about that first. :P

Re: Error: foobar2000_SDK.lib not a valid Win32 Application

Reply #5
Hi,
As I am rather new to something like this, I was wondering if there is any documentation that shows how to configure, add and use the SDJ components.   What I was looking for was how to change the color of the tabs for the playlists so it better shows which one is active when you have multiple playlists showing.

Thanks