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DarkBASIC Professional Discussion / Best DarkBasicPro download

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Posted: 30th May 2019 23:17
Sorry, I know this topic has likely been beat to death but the static links at the time have not worked all that well when attempting to install. Does anyone know where I can get the best copy( not necessarily the newest) of the DarkBasic pro compiler package?
Personally the best results I had is a while back when a member just packaged up his already installed copy and uploaded it to the forum here. That worked very well with no problems on my other computer but that one has since crashed. I now have a computer that is literally thousands of times better than my old one but I can no longer seem to find a stable DBpro compiler. Any tips or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

What I really want is a version of DarkGDK that works with VS 2015 or 2017(pref the latter) but everytime I attempt to use any extensions with the newer versions of MSVC I get all sorts of CRT errors because they changed the constness of a bunch of stuff in the standard library. I compiled the source for DarkGDK myself and got it working on 2015MSVC but as stated I can not use any other functionality with it because of the build of all the extensions. I constantly get errors stating that the functions were not found, mainly due to the const problems stated.
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Posted: 31st May 2019 09:21 Edited at: 31st May 2019 09:22
Also curious to know the answer to that one. I stitched together old disc and already-installed-on-older-machine and parts of other community shared copies to get what I got, but I always wonder how one does it from scratch in 2019
Ortu
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Posted: 31st May 2019 18:29
https://forum.thegamecreators.com/thread/220966#msg2613151

Quote: "
Redist Folder:

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I've also included the directx 9.0c offline installer that has gotten DBpro working for me on a dozen systems from XP to 10, as well as a few other odds and ends.

DBPro Folder:

In here you will find a full, usable install of vanilla/official DBPro U77 ready to go. So many people come through here with trouble trying to get the open source version working or to get their old installation reinstalled or moved to a new machine. It includes many of the popular free community plugins. It does not include any of the paid plugins.

It also has a second copy of this version with Rudolpho's 9Ex installed over it."


You don't need to use any of the custom stuff, you don't need to install anything (other than directx)

you can just extract the dbpro folder and run the ide. You may need to update the compiler path in the ide settings
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Posted: 31st May 2019 20:07
I'll have to look at that after work indeed! Sounds extremely exciting!!
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Posted: 6th Jun 2019 19:36
There is one I found only a few messages down from this the other day that appears to be working fine. I have not used it that much but after I got the compiler paths set and everything it seems ok on Windows 10
Sphere sphere = new Sphere(0.5f);
InsanelyRedundantJava insanelyredundantjava = new InsanelyRedundantJava(Redundancy1, Redundancy2);
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