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Building

apemanzilla edited this page Feb 15, 2016 · 4 revisions

With the help of Gradle, building turbokrist is trivial and requires only a few commands. Before following the steps below, please make sure that you have up-to-date versions of git, JDK, and OpenCL installed. You will also need at least one compatible graphics device to build and use turbokrist.

Once you have everything you need, clone the repository with the command below and then follow the steps for your operating system.

git clone --recursive https://github.com/apemanzilla/turbokrist.git

Don't forget the --recursive option else you will encounter errors while building!

Windows

Open a terminal in the cloned repository and run the following command.

gradlew build

Browse to turbokrist-cli/build/libs. There you will find a .jar file, 'turbokrist-cli.jar'. This is the compiled binary that you need to use turbokrist.

Now that you have it compiled, head over to the Mining Krist page to actually mine some krist!

Linux / OSX / *nix

Open a terminal in the cloned repository and run the following command.

./gradlew build

Browse to turbokrist-cli/build/libs. There you will find a .jar file, 'turbokrist-cli.jar'. This is the compiled binary that you need to use turbokrist.

Now that you have it compiled, head over to the Mining Krist page to actually mine some krist!

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