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Link (~2.711 MiB). This installer includes the three original SW scenarios (VoDT, ASR, and ZKR) as well as Bandit Busywork. The installer will create three shortcuts to the programs on the Desktop as well as a Start Menu entry with the three shortcuts as well as a link to the scenarios folder and an uninstaller link. This installer was built using NSIS and built using a Windows XP box. The actual binaries were cross-compiled to Win32 using the MinGW32-nightly makefiles (available in the svn). Although this is marked as an alpha, I have been using binaries compiled from trunk for se
If this were SV, the subtitle would be a series of angry faces and cursing. Copied the existing makefile over, changed the executable names to their proper i586-mingw32msvc-* form, yadda yadda yadda. However, a notable problem comes up rather quickly. sylae@vanadium:~/blades-nightly/source/BoA3d$ make -f Makefile-Nightly-i586 make: *** No rule to make target `BlAEditor.cpp', needed by `BoA3DEditor_BlAEditor.o'. Stop. The issue seems to be that the file names have spaces and the makefile doesn't. I've tried adding spaces. I've tried quoting the full filename. I've tried backs