stdint.h is located in the same relative path in Visual Studio 2010 thru 2015 (with a small difference in guard macros for 2015). VS2017 has it in an entirely different path, although it is about the same as the 2015 one.

SDCC Binary Kit Install Help ----- For Windows 9X/NT/2000/XP/Vista/7/8 users: ===== To install: * If you would like to keep a copy of your previous version, rename the directory where it's installed first * Run sdcc-3.x.0-setup.exe for 32 bit Windows or Run sdcc-3.x.0-x64-setup.exe for 64 bit Windows By default this will install sdcc binaries into: C:\Program Files\SDCC\bin\ header files into MinGW-w64 - for 32 and 64 bit Windows A complete runtime environment for gcc Brought to you by: jon_y , ktietz70 , nightstrike In my Arduino projects I use both Arduino types and types defined in the "inttypes.h" file, which #includes stdint.h. So far I've always written code only for the ATmega328P microcontroller (either in the UNO board or "standalone"). To be clear, in this question I'm referring to the following types: inttypes.h Go to the documentation of this file. 00001 /* 00002 inttypes.h 00003 00004 Contributors: 00005 Created by Marek Michalkiewicz 00006 00007 THIS SOFTWARE IS NOT COPYRIGHTED 00008 00009 This source code is offered for use in the public domain. I've faced the same problem that you experienced. I downloaded and How to use it? I'm using VS 2012, just add inttypes.h? but it doesn't work. inttypes.h The following macros are defined in inttypes.h. Each expands to a character string literal containing a conversion specifier which can be modified by a length modifier that can be used in the format argument of a formatted input/output function when converting the corresponding integer type.

The header (cinttypes in C++) provides features that enhance the functionality of the types defined in the header. It defines macros for printf format string and scanf format string specifiers corresponding to the types defined in and several functions for working with the intmax_t and uintmax_t types.

Hi, We build Open Babel on Windows without prebuilt binaries, and have tracked down an issue with the C99 headers and MSVC. The headers in windows-vc2008/include/ don't seem to be Visual Studio 2008 specific, if there are no objections could I move inttypes.h and stdint.h to msvc-support or similar so that any MSVC compiler can have them added to the include directories? Definition at line 34 of file inttypes.h. typedef unsigned char uint8_t Definition at line 25 of file inttypes.h. typedef uint16_t uintptr_t jorhy-prj. Contribute to joorhy/jorhy-prj development by creating an account on GitHub. inttypes.h Overview Name Description . Except where otherwise noted, content on this wiki is licensed under the following license: CC Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported

Sep 29, 2014 · Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 SP1 Redistributable Package (x86, x64) Windows 8 and later require the Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5.

There are several versions of inttypes.h available on the 'net for both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows. I think the right answer is to put one of them in SDK that José was going to put together. Oh ok, they changed it on Windows. Regardless, your PATH can be modified to specify Python 2 and 3's locations respectively. This will allow you to call them as either python2 or python3 (or whatever you set in your PATH). When you build under nacl-gcc, things like inttypes.h (and stdint.h) are automagically part of the #include chain. This is not so when building trusted. In this case, I added #include to the files that needed it. (Note that on Windows, there does not seem to be a or ). inttypes.h declares many macros and functions that it does not mention. Pfaffben 23:59, 10 March 2007 (UTC) stdint.h. inttypes.h includes stdint.h - it does not define the integral types itself. From the source: The header shall include the header. The header shall define at least the following type: imaxdiv_t