nautilus at July 15th, 2014 18:38 — #1
(I hope I landed in a suitable forum. Can't find my bearing around here anymore)
I was looking for the DirectX 10 SDK (or the 10.1 if it exists). But I can't find it. Admittedly I have been away from this stuff for a long time. My most recent SDK dates back to June 2010.
My current setup is Windows 7 x64 Ultimate and MS VS 2010. I only miss the Dx 10 SDK... but since it's being so difficult to locate it I have a feeling that -once again- Microsoft has pulled the carpet off my feet while I wasn't looking.
Where's the SDK?
Thanks in advance.
bad_sector at July 16th, 2014 05:58 — #2
Merged with the Windows SDK, just download this. It contains the proper header and library files.
nautilus at July 16th, 2014 11:01 — #3
Aaah, thank you very much. Couldn't figure it out.
* after some research *
Would you also know a way to tell which software components -and their versions- are in each Windows SDK (what relates to DirectX, at least)?
lukas_atharis at August 4th, 2014 13:42 — #4
daviangel at August 19th, 2014 06:11 — #5
Yup happened at least a version of Visual Studio back or 2.
santo_ameno at August 28th, 2014 09:14 — #6
I'm very very sorry for offtop, but I didn't managed to find any possibility to send a PM to the author of the topic. I've just registered, so maybe it's a newcomer restriction.
NAUTILUS, can you contact me via makarski.m at gmail.com about those DX sdk's repository. Thanks in advance.
PS. and Hi! to everyone. Cheers
nautilus at August 29th, 2014 08:47 — #7
@santo_ameno I sent you a PM.
And welcome to the forums.
rouncer at August 30th, 2014 07:44 — #8
i just shock horror worked it out too, now we all have to go buy tablets and code on poor performance, and have the high speed sdk put with all the slow code.