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Posted by fejoa, Oct 3, 2013 at 4:31 pm
Ok, I think this 64-bit gcc package might be useful for the command-line junkies amongst us:

Update: So far so good, but I think the changes nukes made are throwing up some problems for me. It's probably the way I'm compiling, I'm using the old ivanmgw.mak in MinGW (I moved with the times, using 4.8.2). The whole thing is probably a bit antiquated.
May I ask what compilers others are using?

Update 2: OK so I deleted the spurious semicolons from bodypart.h, char.h and char.cpp and it compiles fine in gcc 3.4.2
Strange, utterly strange and makes no sense. Oh well, at least it compiles. The executable needs SDL.dll to run. This should probably be added to the repo (?)

Right, we should collect all our ideas and things we discussed from the beginning and come up with a development plan.
Posted by fejoa, Oct 3, 2013 at 3:34 pm
Here's the authentic cvs repo in browser friendly view:

I added another artwork by Blob for the Ivan + Vladimir level in CLIVAN.
Posted by fejoa, Oct 2, 2013 at 6:06 pm
This will need a 64-bit compiler I imagine?

I get:
FeLib/Include/save.h:213: error: extra `;'
When I run with normal 32 bit (x86) compiler.
Posted by fejoa, Oct 2, 2013 at 5:18 pm
It promises to be vibrant!
When Cap gets the source up, I'll download it and try compiling, then I'll put up the basic compillation instructions.
Posted by fejoa, Oct 2, 2013 at 3:39 pm
I has the account, check the PM for details.

I agree that we should begin from CVS and branch out. Beginning in a more primordial state will help with the game's balance.

Can you put up the CVS source on github? I must confess, I'm not very technological.
Posted by fejoa, Oct 1, 2013 at 11:53 am
Here are some instructions on how to compile for example, Continuation of Lampshade's Iter Vehemens ad Necem.

You will need:
MinGW 3.4.2
CLIVAN source
Programmer's Notepad

Try with a later version of MinGW to see if it works. It probably won't, so don't try this.
Once you have installed all three, open Programmer's Notepad, open Tools->Options. On the left is a menu, click on Tools.
Add the following as per the screenshots in the attachment.

Press F9...

Let me know how you get on. Get stuck? Maybe I can help...
Posted by fejoa, Oct 1, 2013 at 11:30 am
Hi fellows, I'd like some feedback to the following questions:

1) How many people can compile and test? (put your hands up)
2) If I stick the source on a windows git repository, will people join in?
3) What version of the source should be put up? (CVS, LIVAN or CLIVAN or some other version)
4) If we use the CLIVAN source, is it more feasible to just add people onto the CLIVAN sourceforge page? (that's an SVN repo)
5) How will we manage the programming tasks? My preference would be google spreadsheet with a wish-list / to-do list.
Posted by fejoa, Oct 1, 2013 at 11:14 am
Yeah it was pretty painful. Looked everywhere for possible fixes. Got paranoid about multiple installations of MinGW. Even considered reinstalling windows. Lucky there's a big community out there that faces similar problems on a regular basis.
Posted by fejoa, Sep 28, 2013 at 3:13 am
hear hear!
Posted by fejoa, Sep 25, 2013 at 3:15 pm
Warheck wrote
Grah, I re-installed MinGW to try to see if I could compile and managed to break the links to SDL libraries. This means I can't compile CLIVAN any longer (unless it rains really hard for the next few Sunday afternoons).

Finally got CLIVAN to compile again. Had to revert to an older version of MinGW (dunno if this helped), copy relevant SDL files into the MinGW distribution and in the windows environment variables you must delete GCC_EXEC_PREFIX. What a terrible frustration this was.