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JaedenRuiner 09-18-2006 05:57 AM

Compiling JKA SDK
 
Hrm..

Okay, so I have the sdk for JKA (mp) and set up a specific folder to do a version of it for my mod, and clicked compile, and whoa a bunch of errors occurred. I have read elsewhere that people keep saying use Visual C++ 6.0, which I can do If ABSOLUTELY necessary. I'd rather not, since I already have Visual Studio 2005 installed, which seems to somewhat be the source of the issue.

Is there any way to work the SDK to compile under 2005, or must I revert to 6.0 to make it work?

Jaeden "Sifo Dyas" al'Raec Ruiner

Griswald 09-18-2006 10:54 AM

Unfortunately, MSVS 2005 is extremely picky over everything. Please check this thread for more details (I'm sure the issues you have are there):

http://www.lucasforums.com/showthrea...al+studio+2005

JaedenRuiner 09-18-2006 06:43 PM

Yea,
I've read that thread, and did "most" of the stuff there, and still came up with probelms that it wouldn't compile. One suggestion is to start from the OJP source, which I would be more than willing to do, but the problem there is the source isn't just an "easy" download. to get ojp you have to jump through 10000 hoops to log into their cvs and everything, and even when I went to freerepository I couldn't just "grab" the source. It was broken down in the web base to individual folders and directories and everything. rather complicated for me to start working on my own individual mod.

*pout*

Oh well,
Maybe I'll just bite the bullet and install VC6.0
Thanks
Jaeden "Sifo Dyas" al'Raec Ruiner

razorace 09-18-2006 08:39 PM

Yeah, it's complicated. Sorry about that. Unfortunately, I'm not sure how I could simplify the process without doing manual code packages.

bzug0 09-19-2006 02:41 PM

I dont know how did I downloaded the source but I remember that I downloaded in 1 package you have that option on page, let me see and I tell you something more.

bzug0 09-19-2006 02:47 PM

LOL its easy:
https://freepository.com/index.html < log in here
enter openjediproject
when you see the folders in the menu on top click on a blue icon with and down arrow
thats to download the source tarball, it creates a file for you to download everything.
Have fun.

Wudan 09-20-2006 07:44 PM

I got the JKA SDK to compile using MingW and Scons, both of which are completely free tools.

ensiform 09-20-2006 08:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bzug0
LOL its easy:
https://freepository.com/index.html < log in here
enter openjediproject
when you see the folders in the menu on top click on a blue icon with and down arrow
thats to download the source tarball, it creates a file for you to download everything.
Have fun.

that isn't exactly the proper way to do it, because you cannot run update whenever somebody updates it; you have to go and download those tarballs each time and doesnt have all the proper cvs data and is quite time consuming if you dont just get tortoisecvs and just use that.


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