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Old December 21, 2007, 01:57   #1
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Dump problem (you've probably noticed..)

I have this set in defines.h:
/*
* Name of the version/variant and its version string
*/
#define VERSION_NAME "DaJAngband"
#define VERSION_STRING "v1.0.02b, semi-variant based on Vanilla Angband 3.0.9e"

but it's still labelling my dumps as Angband not DaJangband. It works in the version that's on my site for download, but not in my current compile (after I had to start over). I don't get it.
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Old December 21, 2007, 03:22   #2
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I have this set in defines.h:
/*
* Name of the version/variant and its version string
*/
#define VERSION_NAME "DaJAngband"
#define VERSION_STRING "v1.0.02b, semi-variant based on Vanilla Angband 3.0.9e"

but it's still labelling my dumps as Angband not DaJangband. It works in the version that's on my site for download, but not in my current compile (after I had to start over). I don't get it.
What ever makeflle you use, I would always advise you to do
make -f<insert makefile> clean
and then
make -f<insert makefile> install

It really looks as if you are using an .o file that was compiled with the previous header file.

Hope that helps.

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Old December 21, 2007, 05:24   #3
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What ever makeflle you use, I would always advise you to do
make -f<insert makefile> clean
and then
make -f<insert makefile> install

It really looks as if you are using an .o file that was compiled with the previous header file.
I deleted the .o files and recompiled and it worked, thanks.
I don't know how to use commands like the ones you listed above, I just use DevC++ compiler and tell it to compile in the drop down menu.
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Old December 21, 2007, 20:54   #4
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I deleted the .o files and recompiled and it worked, thanks.
I don't know how to use commands like the ones you listed above, I just use DevC++ compiler and tell it to compile in the drop down menu.
There's probably an option on the menu for clean build or something.
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Old April 1, 2009, 00:40   #5
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There is : Menu "Build" -> "Clean solution" (3rd item). At least, on Visual studio 2005.


Will, if I may give you a piece of advise, I suggest you learn how to use a command-line shell, and then learn about "GNU make" (google is your friend there, as in a lot of other things). This tool is really great when it comes to defining rules for a project, and compiling only what is needed when it is needed.

In short, "make" uses a "Makefile" which contains info about which files are used to build other ones. This, you edit yourself. Then, when you run make, it looks only for modified files, and re-builds only if necessary. Thus saving you time. Plus, it automates nicely a whole bunch of tasks, and lets you control things much more than most IDE do.

Just my 2 cents

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