Am 02.04.2016 um 22:14 schrieb whenuwishupon:
> Thank you for the positive responses and your time. Your experience gives me
> confidence to not wasting time on this problem. Next week my university will
> provide me with a Visual Basic Standard Licence. Therefore I can't test it now.
> Report follows.
You surely mean Visual Studio, right?
POV-Ray is written in C++, so Visual Basic will get you nowhere; you'll
need Visual C++. Microsoft Visual Studio includes both.
As far as licenses are concerned, as a student you most likely qualify
for the free Community edition of Visual Studio 2015, which is known to
work "out of the box" with the current master branch of POV-Ray (unlike
the Express editions of older Visual Studio versions).
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