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Hello, everyone. I am trying to used curaengine to generate a gcode.

OS win8 pro;

compiler visual studio 2010;

I found when I use debug way to compile the program, it always went wrong. The command line window stopped at wrote layers. And then a warning dialog show that vector subscript out of range. I understand this usually comes with an improper setting of vector, but don't know where.

Has anyone ever met with the same problem with me? I will appreciate it if you can give me some instruction and thank you very much.

 

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It could be a compiler thing too. I think most dont use visual studio to compile cura engine. I haven't jumped in that part of Cura yet so I can't help you more.

Check around the forum there are a few topics about how to get started with Cura and Cura engine.

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