FBIDE on Wine

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FBIDE on Wine

Postby unknown » Mar 30, 2006 17:45

Has anyone ever ran FBIDE, for Windows, on Wine? I'm hoping this can be done. It would be conveinant for a crossplatform project of mine. If so, how did you manage this? Everytime I try to compile, FB freezes.
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Postby r0ot » Mar 30, 2006 20:17

i think soon you will not need that i make my ide and i will upload to net soon it's run in mono and dotnet i will think this will be soon ;)

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Postby unknown » Mar 31, 2006 4:57

Yes. That project does sound interesting, Root. However, I need the Windows FB as well. I am working on a crossplatform project. I would like to develop the Windows and Linux versions side by side.
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Postby Sterling Christensen » Mar 31, 2006 8:02

It kinda runs in wine, but downloading the cvs source code and compiling it yourself on Linux works better - just a few quirks.
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Postby D.J.Peters » Mar 31, 2006 20:31

unknown wrote:I am working on a crossplatform project. I would like to develop the Windows and Linux versions side by side.

I do it for FBSound too and my solution is QEMU with XP SP2 and an USB stick to share any source file between Win and Lin.
QEMU (with kernel module kqemu) is so mutch faster than BOCHS i can play short movies in the emulation.

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Postby unknown » Apr 01, 2006 1:16

Yes. What a clever idea D.J.Peters. Thank you.
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Postby petryk » Apr 02, 2006 14:34

You try vim rather :)

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