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I have downloaded the PCSX2 0.8.1 sources for windows.
I have been doing some tryes to understand the code oO . I have change some things and then I have get a big problem, how can it be compiled into a .exe file?
Its cos I have compiled some things I have done, but they were only one file in .c format.
Is any special compiler needed? Or you have to compile each file separately and then mix them in one?
I know that Bositman said that don't ask about it but I only want to know if you need a special compiler or not.
 

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TWave said:
I know that Bositman said that don't ask about it but I only want to know if you need a special compiler or not.
if you know then why do you ask -_-
you dont need a special compiler. VS.NET compiles it just fine....
 

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Asking questions like that, you might as well not bother mucking around with the source code o_O
 

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all you guys need to do is if you are using Visual Studio.Net, to press the PLAY button or the debug button , then the file or pcsx2.exe would be made in the projects Debug folder. But I warn you not to mess around with the code, because, one minuite you may do something to the misfortune of yourself, but if you are willing to risk it...... go on..... try it out
 

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Otrivin said:
all you guys need to do is if you are using Visual Studio.Net, to press the PLAY button or the debug button , then the file or pcsx2.exe would be made in the projects Debug folder. But I warn you not to mess around with the code, because, one minuite you may do something to the misfortune of yourself, but if you are willing to risk it...... go on..... try it out
*imagines a random user messing with the code*
*finds line HTSL = 0; *
*changes it to HTSL = 1; *

OMG, all the games seem to run now! :O:p
 

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Mykas0 said:
*imagines a random user messing with the code*
*finds line HTSL = 0; *
*changes it to HTSL = 1; *

OMG, all the games seem to run now! :O:p
what you are talking about may be real for those :D
 

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Originally Posted by Mykas0
*imagines a random user messing with the code*
*finds line HTSL = 0; *
*changes it to HTSL = 1; *

OMG, all the games seem to run now! :O:p
i agree with you, i'm always messing with code to find out
something or to make games run.
 

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Thanks, I didn't notice that one file linked to the others :innocent: .

Sorry for asking what is "VS.NET".Of course I know the Microsoft Visual Studio.
But as it is writen It looks like a webpage :)
I use Dev-C++, It is a great compiler. It is under GNU GPL (free) and it has auto-updating, and a lot of utilities.
Here is the link if anyone want to test (12MB)-->LINK
 

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>Sorry for asking what is "VS.NET".Of course I know the Microsoft Visual Studio.
But as it is writen It looks like a webpage :)

MS decided to call the latest version of the Visual Studio tools .net
 

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zizozac said:
what you are talking about may be real for those :D
Yeah, maybe the team has already finished the emulator and are now only joking with people, changing a single variable would make all games playable! :p

TWave said:
Thanks, I didn't notice that one file linked to the others :innocent: .

Sorry for asking what is "VS.NET".Of course I know the Microsoft Visual Studio.
But as it is writen It looks like a webpage :)
I use Dev-C++, It is a great compiler. It is under GNU GPL (free) and it has auto-updating, and a lot of utilities.
Here is the link if anyone want to test (12MB)-->LINK
Same here, I like to use that compiler for both C++ and C.
 
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