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If you’re using the pre-built 20100331 version for cygwin, what version of cygwin do you have installed?

Edit: I did set up a poll but it doesn’t appear to have worked. The options were:

gccVB 1.0
gccVB CVS 06-20-05
2.95 precompiled NVC version 2010/3/31
GCC 2.95 source (self built)
GCC 4.4.2 with M.K.’s experimental patches (self built)
Other (please specify)

  • This topic was modified 13 years, 6 months ago by dasi.
  • This topic was modified 13 years, 6 months ago by dasi.
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gccVB 1.0 forever!

[X] 2.95 precompiled NVC version 2010/3/31

I don’t know how to find the cygwin version, but I just updated using the latest installer, version 2.738, and then rebuilt a VB ROM to make sure nothing broke.

Still using a self built GCC 2.95, but definitely willing to switch to a newer and better version if the community game project brings us one. 😀

I’m using the pre-built 20100331 version on cygwin 2.573.2.3 :thumpup:

Self-built GCC 4.4.2 with M.K.’s, dasi’s, and a couple of my own patches
http://www.planetvb.com/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?post_id=13509#forumpost13509

I’m getting started with 2.95 precompiled NVC.

What do you have to do to get started with the pre-compiled version? I’ve been following the instructions on the wiki, but unfortunately I got a bunch of errors…

thanks!

I’m having the same errors as reported here:

http://www.planetvb.com/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=4184&viewmode=flat&order=ASC&type=&mode=0&start=0

(basically, following the instructions on the wiki page don’t work…)

In the past I was able to get going (on another machine) with an older version of gccVB, but I really wanted to run the most current one… I tried using the pre-compiled version (gccVB 2.95 pre-compiled) and copying into C:\cygwin\usr and I’m still not able to compile the demos/examples…

jzagal, try compiling the attached demo. Make sure the path is correct in the makefile. Then open a command prompt and run ‘make’ in the drawsync directory.

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Aha! That one DID work!

I think I’ll have to figure out what’s going on with the different libraries then? Thanks for the example, I’m glad to know that it can actually compile SOMETHING. 🙂

Yes, the issue was with my makefile! I’m now able to get it to work… THANKS!

 

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