Can be broken for C Runtime, depending on versions of Windows, see
fmod broken here:
This is complicated as the UCRT is shipped by windows, but the c++ team first has to fix it then convince the windows team to ship a hotfix.
Microsoft Visual C++ files
- When using dynamic linking for C runtime libraries (
- The resulting application needs to access the Visual C++ Runtime files
- If Windows can't find one of the redistributable library DLLs required by your application, it may display a message similar to: "This application has failed to start because library.dll was not found. Reinstalling the application may fix this problem."
- One option is to install these files on the user's system
- The application can be redistributed with such an installer
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- v1.11, 05/2020, https://github.com/HandmadeMath/Handmade-Math
- I like the C API, and single-file distribution, but had the following problems
- no support for matrix inverse
- troubles building in C++ code, with gcc:
error: ISO C++ prohibits anonymous structs [-Werror=pedantic]