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Dark GDK / when will the DGSDK surport dev C++

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Dark Angel_1246
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Posted: 1st Jan 2005 17:35
hi
when will the DGSDK surport dev C++

Jesse Farr
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Posted: 5th Jan 2005 12:40
No date yet, TGC is still working on it.

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Posted: 5th Jan 2005 22:47
My guess, June 2005

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Posted: 5th Jan 2005 22:57
You have an 8.3% chance of being correct...

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Cellbloc Studios
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Posted: 6th Jan 2005 01:39
Actually I believe it's 11.11% for in the IRC log, they are slammed until March, so the formula should be 100 / 9 (100 Percent divided by 9 months).

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Posted: 6th Jan 2005 01:45
Possibly - but Mike could be working on it now...

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Posted: 6th Jan 2005 01:55
HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Pull the other one!

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Mike P
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OH S***... I got DG SDK and only have dev C++ Me thinks i'm in trouble

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Benjamin
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Posted: 12th Mar 2005 05:44
You mean they didn't tell you that in the place on the site that you ordered it from?


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Posted: 12th Mar 2005 06:01
It certainly does.

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Quote: "OH S***... I got DG SDK and only have dev C++ Me thinks i'm in trouble"


Does it work in Visual C++ .NET 2005 beta?

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Apparently not.

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gothboy 101
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Posted: 17th Mar 2005 07:38
does it work in vc7?

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Cian Rice
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Posted: 17th Mar 2005 08:57
Jacob, check the DarkGameSDK site, it might.

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Posted: 17th Mar 2005 10:08
gothboy yea it works with vc7

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Posted: 18th Mar 2005 00:42
I have devc++. I may consider buying if it supports it! Also, they hand out Visual C++ for free on the Microsoft website. Go to google and search free visual c++, and you wil find it.

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Posted: 18th Mar 2005 11:04
thats the beta of vc 2005

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gothboy 101
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Posted: 18th Mar 2005 11:09
oh crap they do, even though its just the compiler thats awesome! thanks mgamer

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gothboy 101
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Posted: 18th Mar 2005 23:04
zao i like ur site, i know its off topic but what did u do it with? visual web designer?

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Mike Johnson
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Posted: 19th Mar 2005 06:06
I have had limited success with getting the source to compile in Dev C++. Some of the DLLs have compiled without any problems and others have 1000s of errors to sift through which takes up a lot of time as fixing one can sometimes cause many more to spring up. Seems like the MS compilers allow lots of things that Dev C++ doesn't like.

It may mean lots of messing around to get the source set up so we can compile for DB Pro and the SDK for MS compilers and Dev C++ but hopefully it will still be possible.

I will continue to look at Dev C++ support after upgrade 5.8 has been released.
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Posted: 19th Mar 2005 06:33
Hey, cool, I'm still pretty on target

Quote: "Actually I believe it's 11.11% for in the IRC log, they are slammed until March, so the formula should be 100 / 9 (100 Percent divided by 9 months)."


And if I recall correctly, Bug Week is the end of March, so Mike may be able to tinker with in middle/end of April.

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Posted: 20th Mar 2005 03:49
@ gothboy 101
i used visual studio .net for the highlighted code, all the design was done in code.

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Posted: 20th Mar 2005 08:46
sweet, nice layout and stuff.

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