WIN32 define in latest SDK

17-0-18899

#1

Hi,

I downloaded the latest SDK (SDK_Win_17-0-18899_0) today and the first thing I noticed is I got a bunch compile errors because I didn’t have WIN32 defined. Is there a particular reason you’re looking for WIN32 instead of _WIN32 or _WIN64? (https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/b0084kay.aspx) Especially when you’re 64 bit only. I know how to work around this, just curious.

You also may want to change your comment in common.h from SU_NO_DEPRICATE_WARNINGS to SU_SUPPRESS_DEPRECATION_WARNINGS to reflect what you’re really paying attention to.

Tim


#2

Hi,

I just downloaded the same SDK. I couldn’t find the 32 bit version of the SDK for windows? Is there any link, where I can get it?

Thanks in advance!
Attila


#3

SketchUp has decided to discontinue the 32-bit version of the SDK along with the 32-bit version of SketchUp with the release of version 2017.


#4

Thanks for the fast answer!

Attila


#5

Since the lack of 32 bit support in sketch up 17 along with its new graphics pipeline has left some people unable to upgrade, maybe sketch up should provide a utility to convert sketch up 17 files to older versions.


#6

I’d find that helpful - at least one colleague can’t run 2017 on his computer and it’s a pain to try to remember to export to 2016 for him, especially as you still can’t set it as a default for file saving.


#7

How can I get SDK package? I have sent download request from sketchup developer, and the email tell me they will process my application within 1-2 weeks, but I just get nothing after waiting a month.
can you send me a download link?