Cannot find D3DX9.h - Building on Win7

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bryanchicken Offline
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Hi,
i've cloned the xbmc-pvr repository and i'm trying to set my system up to build so i can apply a patch.

I've got the source files from git.

I'm following this wiki page:
http://wiki.xbmc.org/index.php?title=HOW..._using_Git
In the section 'Setting up the build environment' everything works up until BuildSetup.bat.
Running that i get the blue command prompt window with 'Cleaning Solution...' and then 'Compiling XBMC...'.

After a while i get an error "XBMC.exe failed to build!".
The details are below:

Code:
Build started 09/11/2011 10:27:30.
     1>Project "C:\xbmc\xbmc\project\VS2010Express\XBMC.vcxproj" on node 2 (build target(s)).
     1>InitializeBuildStatus:
         Touching "XBMC\Release (DirectX)\objs\XBMC.unsuccessfulbuild".
       CustomBuild:
         Performing Custom Build Tools
         20111108-b499c47
                 1 file(s) copied.
         FC: cannot open ..\..\XBMC\WIN32\GIT_REV.H - No such file or folder
        
                 1 file(s) copied.
       ClCompile:
         C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0\VC\bin\CL.exe /c /I..\..\ /I..\..\xbmc\ /I..\..\xbmc\win32\ /I..\..\xbmc\cores\dvdplayer /I..\..\lib /I..\..\lib\ffmpeg /I"..\..\lib\ffmpeg\include-xbmc-win32" /I..\..\lib\liblame\include /I..\..\lib\libUPnP\Platinum\Source\Devices\MediaRenderer /I..\..\lib\libUPnP\Platinum\Source\Devices\MediaConnect /I..\..\lib\libUPnP\Platinum\Source\Devices\MediaServer /I..\..\lib\libUPnP\Platinum\Source\Platinum /I..\..\lib\libUPnP\Platinum\Source\Core /I..\..\lib\libUPnP\Neptune\Source\Core /I..\..\lib\libUPnP\Neptune\Source\System\Win32 /I..\..\lib\win32\pcre /I..\..\lib\win32 /Zi /nologo /W3 /WX- /MP /Ox /Ot /Oy /D TARGET_WINDOWS /D _WINDOWS /D _MSVC /D WIN32 /D NDEBUG /D _WIN32_WINNT=0x0501 /D NTDDI_VERSION=0x05010300 /D NOMINMAX /D _USE_32BIT_TIME_T /D HAS_DX /D __STDC_CONSTANT_MACROS /D _VC80_UPGRADE=0x0710 /D _MBCS /GF- /Gm- /EHa /MT /GS /Gy- /arch:SSE /fp:precise /Zc:wchar_t /Zc:forScope /Yc"pch.h" /Fp"XBMC\Release (DirectX)\objs\XBMC.pch" /Fo"XBMC\Release (DirectX)\objs\\" /Fd"XBMC\Release (DirectX)\objs\vc100.pdb" /Gd /TP /wd4996 /FIpch.h /analyze- /errorReport:prompt ..\..\xbmc\win32\pch.cpp /MP
         pch.cpp
     1>c:\xbmc\xbmc\xbmc\win32\pch.h(20): fatal error C1083: Cannot open include file: 'D3DX9.h': No such file or directory
     1>Done Building Project "C:\xbmc\xbmc\project\VS2010Express\XBMC.vcxproj" (build target(s)) -- FAILED.

Build FAILED.

Time Elapsed 00:00:10.33


Have i done something wrong?
I've tried running the extract_git_rev.bat file to get rid of the first error but didn't have any luck.

I've also tried following the visual studio instructions and i get something similar (only end of which is shown below due to post length). I'm sure this is probably something i've missed, can someone help me please?

Thanks

Code:
C:\xbmc\xbmc\project\VS2010Express\libs\libmp3lame_dll\ReleaseNASM\libmp3lame.ex​p
34>libmp3lame.exp : warning LNK4070: /OUT:lame_enc.DLL directive in .EXP differs from output filename 'C:\xbmc\xbmc\project\VS2010Express\libs\libmp3lame_dll\ReleaseNASM\libmp3lame.d​ll'; ignoring directive
34>  vc10_libmp3lame_dll.vcxproj -> C:\xbmc\xbmc\project\VS2010Express\libs\libmp3lame_dll\ReleaseNASM\libmp3lame.dl​l
26>  xmemfile.cpp
26>  Generating Code...
34>          1 file(s) copied.
36>  Performing Custom Build Tools
36>  20111108-b499c47
36>          1 file(s) copied.
36>  FC: cannot open ..\..\XBMC\WIN32\GIT_REV.H - No such file or folder
36>  
36>          1 file(s) copied.
36>  pch.cpp
26>     Creating library Release\vs2010\cximagecrt.lib and object Release\vs2010\cximagecrt.exp
26>  ImageLib.vcxproj -> C:\xbmc\xbmc\project\VS2010Express\libs\ImageLib_dll\Release\ImageLib.dll
26>          1 file(s) copied.
36>c:\xbmc\xbmc\xbmc\win32\pch.h(20): fatal error C1083: Cannot open include file: 'D3DX9.h': No such file or directory
========== Build: 33 succeeded, 3 failed, 0 up-to-date, 0 skipped ==========
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Post: #2
Did you install the DirectX SDK? D3DX9.h is included in the SDK. Else try opening the project in visual studio and check if the include directory includes the SDK.
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PEBCAK!

Thanks a lot. I got directx rather than the sdk.
Never done Windows development Blush
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