You must have a 64-bit machine for building and running the project. Always run your system updater before building and make sure you have the latest video drivers for your card.
- Windows 8 or 8.1
- Visual Studio 2015
- Python 2.7
- If you are on Windows 8, you will also need the Windows 8.1 SDK
Ensure Python is in your PATH (
I recommend using Cmder for git and command line usage.
VS behaves oddly with the debug paths. Open the xenia project properties
and set the 'Command' to
$(SolutionDir)$(TargetPath) and the
'Working Directory' to
$(SolutionDir)..\... You can specify flags and
the file to run in the 'Command Arguments' field (or use
By default logs are written to a file with the name of the executable. You can
override this with
If running under Visual Studio and you want to look at the JIT'ed code
(available around 0xA0000000) you should pass
get helpful spacers/movs in the disassembly.
Linux support is extremely experimental and presently incomplete.
The build script uses LLVM/Clang 3.8. GCC should also work, but is not easily swappable right now.
CodeLite is the IDE of choice and
xb premake will spit
out files for that. Make also works via
To get the latest Clang on an ubuntu system:
sudo -E apt-add-repository -y "ppa:ubuntu-toolchain-r/test" curl -sSL "http://llvm.org/apt/llvm-snapshot.gpg.key" | sudo -E apt-key add - echo "deb http://llvm.org/apt/precise/ llvm-toolchain-precise main" | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list > /dev/null sudo -E apt-get -yq update &>> ~/apt-get-update.log sudo -E apt-get -yq --no-install-suggests --no-install-recommends --force-yes install clang-3.8 clang-format-3.8
To make life easier you can use
--flagfile=myflags.txt to specify all
arguments, including using
--target=my.xex to pick an executable.