[openMSX] Windows development builds

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By ren

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30-12-2017, 16:39

There have been no Windows development builds as of late, whassup? Smile

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By Manuel

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31-12-2017, 20:20

Thanks for letting us know. We'll take a look at it.

In the mean time, you can use these Windows builds: https://openmsx.vampier.net/

By max_iwamoto

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31-12-2017, 23:50

Manuel wrote:

Thanks for letting us know. We'll take a look at it.

In the mean time, you can use these Windows builds: https://openmsx.vampier.net/

I tried to download and it gives no file found error.

By Vampier

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01-01-2018, 20:31

By the time you read this there should be a new version on fixato’s website

By ren

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02-01-2018, 14:54

Cool

By Vampier

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03-01-2018, 00:01

And fixed again... apperently notepad++ locks files without any reason

By ren

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03-01-2018, 00:09

Thanks again Wink
\me recommends (the non-free) Sublime Text, alternatively Atom (if you've got some resources to spend) and/or for quick & light editing SciTE :-)

By ren

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19-09-2020, 17:44

Hiya, no fresh builds since g23f86822d, the commit just before Wouter's OpenGL 3.3 → 2.1 commit Smile

By Manuel

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20-09-2020, 00:21

Thanks for pointing this out, I've poked the owner of the Windows build server...

By Bodhi1969

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20-09-2020, 14:07

The build "RELEASE_16_0-47-g36345233c" of 2020-09-20 from vampir.net didn´t work here. Neither 32bit nor 64bit-version. That one of 2020-14-09 works well. Win7 and wine here.

Well, I don´t know if a general discussion about builds is wanted at all.

By Manuel

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20-09-2020, 16:27

You must be more specific than "doesn't work". There is nothing we can do with that information. What exactly is happening?

And still, I would recommend to use a native Linux binary (you should be able to build it yourself, but if you need help, do let me know), although openMSX runs pretty well with Wine.

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