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Dark GDK / Do you need dpro to use Dark Game sdk?

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Kequor
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Posted: 1st Dec 2004 02:14
Do you need dpro to use Dark Game sdk?

Dont worry and keep a cool head. And click the URL below the image.

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Mike Johnson
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Posted: 1st Dec 2004 02:17
No you don't. All you need is a compatible compiler - Microsoft Visual C++ 6 or Microsoft Visual C++ .NET 2003. Then you also need the DirectX 9.0b SDK or higher.

Mike
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Posted: 1st Dec 2004 02:27
can it be used with DevC++?
Shadow Robert
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Posted: 1st Dec 2004 02:28
Unlikely as it is most likely to use Microsoft .Libs
wierd more languages don't support them, but meh!


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Posted: 1st Dec 2004 02:29
Thanks Raven,thats a blow!
OSX Using Happy Dude
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Posted: 1st Dec 2004 02:31
Mike has said he would like to get DevC up and running with it. Dont know whether he has managed it though.

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Mike Johnson
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Posted: 1st Dec 2004 02:32
Dev C++ support is in the works. I had some problems compiling our source in it so for now it's not supported.

Mike
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Posted: 1st Dec 2004 02:35
Great Mike looking forward too it
Jeku
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Posted: 1st Dec 2004 02:41
I don't have access to the DarkDSK site for some reason, so I have a few questions. Will there be a trial version we can try out? I see a freeware version in the newsletter, but it's $60.


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Kequor
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Posted: 1st Dec 2004 03:50
Freeware means it gives you a freeware license, no more.

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http://www.kalepia.cjb.com
Peter H
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Posted: 1st Dec 2004 03:55 Edited at: 1st Dec 2004 03:56
Please get that DevC++ compatibility working...because if you do i will probably buy it...but as it is now...i'd have to go spend money on "MS Visual C++ 6/Net 2003"

also i went to the buying area and it showed one %10 discount...but not the other ...(i own DBPro..actually i own Two Copies of DBPro ...)

"We make the worst games in the universe."

Richard Davey
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Posted: 1st Dec 2004 16:50
Quote: "also i went to the buying area and it showed one %10 discount...but not the other ..."


Click the "Buy Now" link and follow the instructions.

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Peter H
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Posted: 2nd Dec 2004 01:58 Edited at: 2nd Dec 2004 02:03
Quote: "Click the "Buy Now" link and follow the instructions."

ok i did that, and entered the code that was in my profile orders area...(were it told me to go) but nothing happened when i came to the paying part...(it showed the "before end of 2004" discount but not the "already own DBPro" discount)

i won my copy of DBPro from that Button Compo thingy(well i also have a copy i bought on amazon...but that doesn't count )...so does that have anything to do with it?

"We make the worst games in the universe."

DarkBasic Pro Guy
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Posted: 8th Dec 2004 12:33
I also have a question does it support Visual C++ 2005 Express Edition?

OSX Using Happy Dude
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Posted: 8th Dec 2004 17:12
According to reports, no.

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