Dreamcast Development Environment ISO r2

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Post by lo » Sun Oct 15, 2006 12:03 pm

Huu :)
Great news, thanks.
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Post by Dreamcast alive » Sun Oct 22, 2006 8:41 am

Here is another guide for setting up Dev-C++ with Fackues Iso R2:

http://www.dcemu.co.uk/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=16146

I am not sure if this guide is known here already so I just post it. I?ve tested the guide and he works fine.
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Post by hollowman » Sun Oct 22, 2006 1:45 pm

Thanks for the cd, I have installed it but I'm stuck now and it seems like I'm missing something essential. Most sources I have found uses the function kos_init_all but where is it declared? I cant find it anywhere in the kos include files, is there something else that needs to be installed?
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Post by Cormega » Mon Oct 23, 2006 6:52 pm

First off I'm using DevC++, from the tutorial that fackue put up on the dcemu website.Okay, I extracted all the files and followed the process that the cd described in the program. But, when I follow fackue's tutorial and try to compile something the compiler generates an illegal error when building the makefile. I feel suspicious that there is something I missed when I extracted the files, any suggestions on what I should do. A reply back would be greatly appreciated, thanks! :D
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Post by BlueCrab » Mon Oct 23, 2006 8:29 pm

hollowman wrote:Thanks for the cd, I have installed it but I'm stuck now and it seems like I'm missing something essential. Most sources I have found uses the function kos_init_all but where is it declared? I cant find it anywhere in the kos include files, is there something else that needs to be installed?
kos_init_all was removed from KOS a long while ago, probably around KOS 1.1.7.

EDIT: It was deprecated in KOS 1.1.7, and actually removed in KOS 1.1.8.

Any sources that use that function are extremely old, and will require quite a bit of porting work to make work again.
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