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1  Crystal Space Development / Support / Re: "Outdated" Win32 builds on: July 12, 2007, 07:03:41 am
Surely about a year ago, thebolt promised via IRC to build a new "Binary Artist Package for Win32" -- as soon as CrystalSpace goes 1.0.

Now, CrystalSpace is already approaching 1.1; still no BAP yet.

Binary SDK packages are not yet prepared. Stay tuned. We will upload them here as soon as they are ready.

What a community support. Wow.

Do not expect all game art developers to be automatically software developers too. Especially for Windows users (in contrast to Linux users), it is not at all usual to have a C++ compiler installed, and to have experience in using one.
2  Crystal Space Development / Support / Re: "Outdated" Win32 builds on: January 18, 2006, 05:42:46 pm
Jorrit wanted to ask some member here to build a new package, he told me via IRC... As far as I can see, "not yet". Sad
3  Crystal Space Development / Support / Re: Information on Binary Artist Package for CVS??? on: January 03, 2006, 02:13:50 am
@ sunshine:

Under Linux, it is necessary to use "./application" because Linux searches only in the PATH, but not in the current directory, per default.

Under DOS/Windows, ".\" is superfluous, because command interpreters always look in the current directory first, before they look in the PATH.

@ Wolfcastle:

If you often want to do the same repeatedly, you can create batch scripts (some kind of text files, with extension ".bat" or ".cmd"). They can contain the whole list of commands you want to have executed. You can even take a ZIP archive with the world definition, drag it inside the Windows Explorer and drop it onto the batch script, if you use "%1" as placeholder for the first command line parameter submitted to the batch file. Example:

C:\CS\walktest --relight "%1"

Drag a ZIP archive with a world definition onto that batch script.

I wrote the %1 inside quotes, because the complete file name of the dragged ZIP archive could have included spaces.
4  Crystal Space Development / Support / Re: "Outdated" Win32 builds on: January 03, 2006, 02:03:30 am
Okay - 3 replies are enough for a "guest"...

is the last distribution I could find until today. the directory "/files" does not allow listing, so I don't know if there are newer files, not listed on the official "download" page.
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