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Dustin
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« on: July 04, 2007, 03:22:23 am »

Mike,

Which compiler do you use for the Pascal version of Overkill?  And what about the C versions?  I've lost track of them all and the proper procedures.  

For shits and giggles, I downloaded a free version of Turbo Pascal 5.5, but I don't recall which compiler version I used.  My source isn't compiling under 5.5.

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« Reply #1 on: August 04, 2007, 03:48:00 am »

Quote from: "Weezal"

Which compiler do you use for the Pascal version of Overkill?  And what about the C versions?  I've lost track of them all and the proper procedures.  


The new C/C++ version compiles with MSVC 7.1 (2003) and various forms of gcc.  (In fact I compiled it on an SGI Indy a while ago and it worked fine!)

The pascal version used Turbo Pascal 7.0.  That's still what I use to compile the DOS version.

Quote from: "Weezal"

For shits and giggles, I downloaded a free version of Turbo Pascal 5.5, but I don't recall which compiler version I used.  My source isn't compiling under 5.5.


I can get you setup with the latest and greatest if you want to compile the Win32 version?  Getting the DOS version to compile is a huge pain.  Plus you have to hack the Pascal libraries to fix the divide by zero with fast processors problem.

The version I have in subversion is actually in pretty good shape.  It all compiles under DOS, Windows, and Linux. Smiley
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