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What you need and should know to get the example running
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General
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The startup scripts (the *.sh and *.bat files) expect to be
run from the examples directory.
Before you try to compile libclois-lane yourself try running
the example with the libraries that are in the clois-lane lib
directory.
Linux
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The Linux startup is written and tested using SBCL
(1.0.25.debian at the time of writing) and expects to find
'sbcl' in the path.
It also expects to find necessary OIS libraries in either
/usr/local/lib or the clois-lane lib directory.
All these options are set in the *.sh file and can be changed
there.
If the libraries that come with the clois-lane distribution
don't work for you, you'll need to compile OIS (and
libclois-lane) yourself . Download the source from:
http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=149835&package_id=166954&release_id=583859
(you'll need "ois_1.2.0.tar.gz")
For libcloise-lane you'll need CMake as well (www.cmake.org).
Once that is installed issue:
> cmake -G "Unix Makefiles"
and then
> make
and the library should end up in the lib directory if all goes
well.
Windows
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The Windows startup script is written and tested using Clozure
CL and expects to find 'wx86cl' in the path.
All libraries are expected to be found in the lib directory of
the Buclet distribution.
All these settings are in the *.bat file and can be changed
there.
If libclois-lane.dll that comes with the clois-lane
distribution don't work for you, you'll need to compile it
yourself using MinGW. Check the README.MinGW file for more
information.
Note: you do not need to compile OIS.dll yourself! Get that
from the Ogre SDK (since that's the only one it has been
tested with): http://www.ogre3d.org/download/sdk (you'll need
"OGRE 1.6.x SDK for Code::Blocks + MinGW C++ Toolbox").
Erik Winkels, 2009-06-02
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