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September 01, 2014, 01:01:30 AM
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Hi I am getting the error/issue: D8021 : invalid numeric argument '/Wextra'
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September 01, 2014, 01:29:09 AM
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This is a fairly small amount of information to go on.  It looks like you're compiling on windows and Visual Studio is giving you an error saying it doesn't understand something given to it on the command line.

Invalid numeric argument '/Wextra' sounds like it's trying to interpret '/Wextra' as an argument to something but this is actually an argument all by itself.

If I were to guess I'd say there's an argument to the left of this on the command line, which has been improperly filled in by the build script, something like "/Gs= /Wextra" where /Gs is expecting a number like "/GS=1024 /Wextra"

Notice how there should be a number there '1024' but if there isn't it'll think the next thing on the command line is a number.

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September 01, 2014, 01:45:27 AM
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thanks for the help so far. Based on the stuff you are assuming, what do you think I should do? I've already tried to find CMakeLists.txt but when I do a search on C: I see about 20 of them. The reason I mention that is because I already tried googling my error and I found that I had to edit that file i guess. Where do I edit this and add 1024? sorry if i ask stupid questions I'm only 14 and am new to this.
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September 01, 2014, 01:50:36 AM
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You should first restrict your work to only the directory where you unzipped the code you're compiling.  Searching the entire c: drive will find other projects that use CMake which many do.  I should point out that the '/GS=1024' was made up because of the limited information, there are hundreds of command line arguments to visual studio and the problem could be with any.

Make sure you are following the build instructions exactly, otherwise you might have to ask the people who make the code to help or fix the issues.

Best of luck!

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