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Thread: Access Violation in Collada .dll

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    but it's rather large (~228 MB)
    That's probably with binaries right? I don't need those. I don't even need the source to be honest. All I need is the .vcproj/.sln. But if you don't want to go this route, that's fine. I've provided detailed instructions on how to acquire/build the DOM, and an example that shows how to use it in an app. I guess you should be able to get it working from there. Good luck, and post back with your results.

    Steve

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    Yeah, I'll probably be able to work this all out once I get back home. It turns out that I can't set environment variables here at the school (like I said, they're strict). So I'll try it again in an hour or so, otherwise you'll hear back from me tomorrow.

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    You know, it's really stupid that we need this environment variable anyway. I've been meaning to fix this forever, but it's not high on my priority list to be honest. I should fix this soon though.

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    Oliver and I were able to resolve this offline. It seems it was a problem in his project settings. After some tweaks he has everything working fine now.

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