Early release of libredex 1.0.3.2

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  1. volchara

    volchara New Member

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    could not would posting libredex 1.0.3.2.... as for server_files branches 7e3e0deb required
     
  2. Legodev

    Legodev Developer Staff Member

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    This was meant as joke, because i expected that nobody really gets it to compile. Why do you want the update so badly that you could not wait a bit longer?

    (you could also simply remove the patch, that required the new dll)
     
  6. volchara

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    well correction they correction to add... When compiling, I get an error on both architectures(

    collect2.exe: error: ld returned 1 exit status
    mingw32-make.exe[1]: * * * [CMakeFiles\cmTC_2a49e.dir\build.make: 99: cmTC_2a49e.exe] Error 1
    mingw32-make.exe[1]: Leaving directory 'C:/build/32bit/CMakeFiles/CMakeTmp' mingw32-make.exe: * * * [Makefile: 125: cmTC_2a49e / fast] Error 2


    if there was a Visual Studio startup file, it would be easier to compile... and this compiler is new for me and I do not really understand it...
     
  7. Legodev

    Legodev Developer Staff Member

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    And i have no Visual Studio, i compile all my dlls and exes for Windows using Linux, its far more easy for me :D

    But if you manage to compile it using Visual Studio and provide me an startup file, i would include it in the git! - I am simply not able to do it, since i have no Visual Studio an 0 experience using it.
     

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