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1  Crystal Space Development / Support / Re: Crystal space?? MinGW and MSYS compline with dev C++ on: June 04, 2009, 09:08:48 pm
I will when I get my computer fixed (I'm using the schools computer to post this right now)

2  Crystal Space Development / Support / Re: searched far and wide but still can't compile on: June 04, 2009, 09:06:41 pm
thanks alot mate Grin

anyway I've compiled it with dev C++ but when i compile and run it brings me some errors on the Crystal space console something about some of the files missing and something about the that zip opener (i can't remember the name SFV or something like that)

hope you can help me

3  Crystal Space Development / Support / Re: Crystal space?? MinGW and MSYS compline with dev C++ on: June 02, 2009, 08:41:57 pm
hello everyone

I gutta say that you havent been any help lol

anyway I have done it and got to work with dev C++

so if you need any help on how to do it just post in here and I'LL HELP :DD
 
retro world
4  Crystal Space Development / Support / Re: Crystal space??? on: May 31, 2009, 10:19:35 pm
well no1 commented back lol

i got it to build with MinGW and MSYS but when i tryed to compline it with dev c++ but when i did one of the examples simple1 it came up with some errors also.... in the toturial it says something about .../cs/include/crystalspace to be put in a directory i dont have a crystal space in the include folder.. can anyone help me please with this

thanks
5  Crystal Space Development / Support / Re: searched far and wide but still can't compile on: May 30, 2009, 08:58:09 pm
also as i was building it the last step was to jam distclean but after i did that i couldnt run the walktest >> i did this>> walktest.exe - relight and it said that there was no such file of directory
so does that mean i have to do it again:

*./configure
*jam
*jam install

but do i do * jam distclean??

help pls
6  Crystal Space Development / Support / Re: searched far and wide but still can't compile on: May 30, 2009, 08:31:46 pm
actually i got it working now using MinGW... so is MinGW the compiler, is that what is used to do the programming also how do you know what your are doing if there isnt a GUI

thanks
7  Crystal Space Development / Support / Re: searched far and wide but still can't compile on: May 30, 2009, 05:23:37 pm
can any of you who have got Crystal Space working on there computers tell me the steps you tuck to do it please
8  Crystal Space Development / Support / Re: Need help starting and understanding manual on: May 30, 2009, 05:08:33 pm
i used blender GameEngine no compiler needed for that and you can do lots of things (model, animate, and easy gameengine) BTW this thread helped me alot i didnt know you need the full MinGW instead of minimal am trying it now to see if it works thanks
9  Miscellaneous / Article/Tutorial Requests / Re: Compiling on: May 30, 2009, 09:19:46 am
am new too and I still dont know how to use crystal space but is the compiler like a language program.. if yes which is the best to use with it
10  Crystal Space Development / Support / Crystal space?? MinGW and MSYS compline with dev C++ on: May 29, 2009, 10:45:56 pm
hello, i am new to crystal space. But I am not new to Game developing I use blender GameEngine with python but now i want to use crystal space.

I had some trouble with crystal space, What is all this building about i dont understand it also do i need two files from the download page, the crystal space src and the CEL, after i download them how do i open the GameEngine???

I am not a noob at programming but this is my first time using crystal space so please help me.

retro world

EDIT: Done it Cheesy
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