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pankdm
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Re: Wagic nightly builds

Post by pankdm » Wed Nov 27, 2013 7:36 am

KF1 wrote: The NEW github compiling instructions are not as clear to me as the old non-github compiling instructions.
I am sorry for that: it is always hard to make a good technical documentation.
Also, you can try using the old documentation from https://code.google.com/p/wagic/wiki/Compiling (follow the instructions and in step 5 use URL https://github.com/WagicProject/wagic instead of http://wagic.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ ).

KF1
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Re: Wagic nightly builds

Post by KF1 » Wed Nov 27, 2013 8:49 pm

Thanks for the response.

I can update my PC copy of the Wagic SVN to r5030 as of this post but I can not do anything further. It is very frustrating.

I don't know who to direct this comment to so I will just put it out there:

A decent tutorial or how to video would be very helpful.

I know at least three of us forum members want to be able to help but are stymied by the esoteric nature of the new way to compile for Wagic PC or PSP.

Once that is done, you [WTH coders collectively] will have more people willing and able to help and not just be begging for scraps from the code god table whenever they choose to bless us with an LONG overdue official release.

No disrespect is intended to anyone. You know what they say about teaching a man to fish...

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Re: Wagic nightly builds

Post by Djardin » Thu Nov 28, 2013 3:20 pm

We did not change the way the code is compiled. We changed where the code is located (GitHub vs Google Code) and changed the configuration management system (Git vs SVN). Git is very powerful for developers but fairly complex for non-developers, that's why you should not even bother with it. GitHub offers a very simple way to get the code for non-programmers using a simple zip file download, it's linked from the main project page and the URL is here.https://github.com/WagicProject/wagic/a ... master.zip.

You can simply use this URL when you want to download a new code, then just compile using Visual Studio like you were doing before.

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Re: Wagic nightly builds

Post by Tacoghandi » Sun Dec 01, 2013 5:09 am

I am still getting this error on psp compile

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C:\Users\Taco\Desktop\WagSource\WagTheSourcePSP\projects\mtg>
C:\Users\Taco\Desktop\WagSource\WagTheSourcePSP\projects\mtg>make clean
Makefile.psp has been deleted : updating deps.
The system cannot find the path specified.
make: *** [deps/WFont.d] Error 1
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Djardin
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Re: Wagic nightly builds

Post by Djardin » Sun Dec 01, 2013 11:01 am

The PSP version is compiling fine in our continuous integration setup on Linux. Are you getting those problems on Windows ? Are you also getting some errors when actually trying to build and not clean ("make" command) ?

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Re: Wagic nightly builds

Post by Tacoghandi » Mon Dec 02, 2013 12:50 am

Djardin wrote:The PSP version is compiling fine in our continuous integration setup on Linux. Are you getting those problems on Windows ? Are you also getting some errors when actually trying to build and not clean ("make" command) ?
It is on Windows 7 and I get the error on the second (Make clean command) the first (make clean and make command) work just fine.
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Re: Wagic nightly builds

Post by KF1 » Thu Dec 05, 2013 10:21 pm

I'm on Wndows 7 and just trying to update the SVN folder I get the following error message:

Error: The node 'C:\Users\PCNAME\Pictures\WagTheSource\branches\android-travis-ci'
Error: was not found

Djardin
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Re: Wagic nightly builds

Post by Djardin » Fri Dec 06, 2013 6:46 am

We documented a simple way to get the sources and compile for non-developper, it's here https://github.com/WagicProject/wagic/wiki/Compiling.

I can see that you're trying to access our Git repository with SVN and on an obsolete branch that was deleted ... The only branch you should be using is the "master" one. Now, either use Git directly, or just download sources like we documented. You're on your own with SVN on top of Git.

I'm currently trying to have an equivalent of automatic nightly binary builds directly accessible on Github so that you don't have to checkout and compile yourself.

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Re: Wagic nightly builds

Post by Tacoghandi » Sun Dec 08, 2013 5:52 am

I am no longer getting the error that I was getting compiling the PSP after the 5282 release.

I am now getting this error instead when I execute the second (make clean) and (make) commands.
C:\Users\Taco\Desktop\WagSource\WagTheSourcePSP\projects\mtg>make clean
Makefile.psp has been deleted : updating deps.
The system cannot find the path specified.
make: *** [deps/DeckView.d] Error 1

C:\Users\Taco\Desktop\WagSource\WagTheSourcePSP\projects\mtg>make
Makefile.psp has been deleted : updating deps.
The system cannot find the path specified.
make: *** [deps/DeckView.d] Error 1
Using Windows 7
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Re: Wagic nightly builds

Post by Djardin » Sun Dec 08, 2013 8:23 am

I think you updated your source code while it was being worked on... I suggest you try our new automatic binary release for PSP and Android here : https://github.com/WagicProject/wagic/releases. For PSP, the binary needs to be signed before being used, but at least they are compiled.

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