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This tutorial explains you, how you can build cspython, _cspace, and CEL blpython plugins with MSVC. First, I assume, you succeslfully compiled CS (and optionally CEL). You can find the comlete guide to do this in the [http://www.crystalspace3d.org/docs/online/manual-1.0/cs_2.4.2.php#2.4.2 manual].
This tutorial explains you, how you can build cspython, _cspace, and CEL blpython plugins with MSVC. First, I assume, you succeslfully compiled CS (and optionally CEL). You can find the comlete guide to do this in the [http://www.crystalspace3d.org/docs/online/manual-1.0/cs_2.4.2.php#2.4.2 manual].
Get python packages from the official [http://www.python.org site], and download a Windows binary package. Install it. Finally, download the correct ''cs_pyth.cpp'' from [http://www.crystaldoc.atw.hu/src/CS/cs_pyth.zip here]. Extract the zip file, and copy int your CS/plugins/cscript/csypthon directory. Yes, rewrite the original file.
Get python packages from the official [http://www.python.org site], and download a Windows binary package. Install it. Finally, download the correct ''cs_pyth.cpp'' from [http://www.crystaldoc.atw.hu/src/CS/cs_pyth.zip here]. Extract the zip file, and copy int your CS/plugins/cscript/csypthon directory. Yes, rewrite the original file.
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== Setting up MSVC IDE ==
== Setting up MSVC IDE ==

Revision as of 08:38, 29 January 2007

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Compiling Python bindings with MSVC

What you need

This tutorial explains you, how you can build cspython, _cspace, and CEL blpython plugins with MSVC. First, I assume, you succeslfully compiled CS (and optionally CEL). You can find the comlete guide to do this in the manual. Get python packages from the official site, and download a Windows binary package. Install it. Finally, download the correct cs_pyth.cpp from here. Extract the zip file, and copy int your CS/plugins/cscript/csypthon directory. Yes, rewrite the original file. Preparation finished.

Setting up MSVC IDE

1. Run MSVC IDE. 2. Go to the Tools->Options->Projects and Solutions->VC++ Directories Select Include files above. Click to New Line icon, and type or select your Python"2X/Include directory. 3. Select Library files Click to New Line icon, and type or select your Python"2X/libs directory.

From now MSVC will find Python related headers and directories.

Creating the solution

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