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Old February 8, 2010, 00:49   #1
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Is there a windows compile of Gumband 2.3.2 floating around?

I notice it was released last month, but I didn't see anything about a windows version, and I have no idea how to compile it myself.
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Old February 8, 2010, 02:43   #2
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I notice it was released last month, but I didn't see anything about a windows version, and I have no idea how to compile it myself.
Right. I'd try the DOS version (note that while I have downloaded it, I haven't actually tested it in Win7 or Vista).
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Old February 8, 2010, 04:22   #3
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I've tried the DOS version. Vista throws out some error that "This system does not support fullscreen mode". Looks like a common enough problem but with no clear solution.

Guess I could try DOSbox and see if I can actually figure it out this time. Other than that I'm at the mercy of those who understand compiling.
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Old February 8, 2010, 12:35   #4
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Windows compile here.
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Old February 8, 2010, 19:12   #5
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Cool. Thanks a lot, Nick. One of these days I'll have to figure out how to do that myself.
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Thank you, Nick. Can you recommend a free compiler for use in Windows 7? I got a laptop for Xmas and I figure I might as well get with the 21st century and install a Windows compiler so I don't have to rely on the kindness of people like yourself.
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Thank you, Nick. Can you recommend a free compiler for use in Windows 7? I got a laptop for Xmas and I figure I might as well get with the 21st century and install a Windows compiler so I don't have to rely on the kindness of people like yourself.
I use mingw with gcc and msys; IIRC you install msys first, then mingw. That then gives a *nix-like command line. The source for any *band can then be put into c:\msys\1.0\home\yourname\. For Gumband, I just cd'd into the src directory, then did
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I should do a sticky thread for this like UnAndrew did for compiling with Eclipse.
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I use mingw with gcc and msys; IIRC you install msys first, then mingw.

I should do a sticky thread for this like UnAndrew did for compiling with Eclipse.
Anne wrote a MinGW how-to in the same thread
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Cool. That's how to use the windows command prompt and mingw; I'll add a post to the thread on msys at some point.
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