I am using Windows 7, and I’m lacking MSVCR71.dll which is Microsoft Visual C Runtime library when using sendmail, the PostgreSQL PHP connector and curl. The MSVCR71.dll is probably bundled with .NET Framework 1.1 or something, but I couldn’t get those to install successfuly.
The program can’t start because MSVCR71.dll is missing from your computer. Try reinstalling the program to fix this program.
So how do I solve it:
- Download MSVCR71.dll from dll-files.com. (It is free.)
- Place MSVCR71.dll into C:WindowsSystem32 or C:WindowsSysWOW64 if you using a 64-bit Windows.
And sendmail now works for me already in Windows 7.
By the way, I only tested this in Windows 7 64-bit. I assumed it would work for other versions of Windows. I would appreciate it if you could feedback to me if it works on your version of Windows. 🙂
It is reported working for Windows 7 32-bit as well.
XAMPP is one of the easiest options to develop using PHP or PHP CLI. I use CakePHP for development and one of the features of CakePHP is to back the MVC. In this guide, we’ll see how to get started. This tutorial doesn’t teach you how to use CakePHP’s bake feature. This guide is specifically written for Windows Vista or Windows 7.
To run XAMPP’s PHP CLI, you first have to set up the environment variables for PHP CLI. Also introduce how to get started on CakePHP’s console.
1. Setting up environment variables
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Oh so that’s what it stands for. BASIC programming language is first introduced in 1964 as an unstructured programming language. Today one of the more popular dialects is Visual Basic .NET which is by Microsoft. Microsoft also patented the IsNot operator which IsNot funny to most. [Citation very much required]
Wow, this actually is one of the nicer Microsoft logos. Good work:
(Microsoft. NET logo.)
It kinda resembles the newer Microsoft logos like Photosynth, Live Mesh and ahh, forget what’s the other one. I wish they drop the word “framework” from their, erm, framework too. .NET is so much a catchier name than .NET framework.
Now I think Java has a really boring logo.
(Sun Microsystem Java logo.)
Somehow the Java logo resembles an Olympic torch.