I'm getting an error message I've not encountered before. The message is:
....player.cpp(14) : error C2059 : syntax error : 'PCH creation point'
player.cpp is the cpp file for a class called Player. The error always occurs at the first line of the code after the #include "Player.h" line, even if I comment out the first line by placing the original first line in the header file instead of the cpp file. The error goes away when I strip the class down to an empty default constructor and empty default destructor and I'm building the file back piece by piece to see what seems to trigger the error, and I'll hopefully be able to fix it that way, but knowing where to look and understanding the error might decrease the debugging time. Anybody know what that error means?