In doing some recent testing with a consulting project that involves C++17, I noticed that my RackAFX/ASPiK projects were having an issue with the VSTGUI 4.10 library and Visual Studio 2017, with C++17 enabled.Â
The solution was to update VS2017 to the current version (15.9 at this time) -- I was on 15.4 which was one revision earlier than needed. The errors all were thrown from the VSTGUI4 library.
If this happens for you, update VS2017 to the new version, reset the C++17 language option, and rebuild. Note that the Win SDK needs to be 10.0.18362.0 or higher (at least for my tests).
When you create a new RackAFX project with VS2017, it will default to C++14 and there are no issues. This only applies if you absolutely must use VS2017 with a 3rd party library that requires C++17 as happened to me.
Note that if you create a RackAFX project with VS2019, and set the C++ language to C++17, there are no issues whatsoever.Â
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