Project 137 - VS 2017

A project which includes source code for an old and somewhat unique evo client and an OsRose server which comprises of an old rev81 combined with KTRose pre-evo. Many new features in both client and server

Project 137 - VS 2017

Postby lazypenguin on Sat Jan 20, 2018 6:36 pm

Hello all,

At one point I tried to cleanup the client in project 137 so that it can build in VS2017 and that it gets compiled into one single binary. All the libs (triggervfs, znzin, etc.) currently compile but I never got round to fixing the client. I think at this point it's mostly just linker errors related to third party dependencies.

I don't work on this anymore but thought I would share it if someone wants to pickup where I left off.!ZANB2JKa!3nVdMZNG9E_3 ... bq4jdDSShg
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Re: Project 137 - VS 2017

Postby PurpleYouko on Mon Jan 22, 2018 5:00 pm

just a heads up regarding this.
Garnet worked on converting the project to VS 2017 for a couple of solid weeks and hit a couple of brick walls that prevented him from getting it working properly.
In the end we abandoned it.

If anybody wants to continue work on that side of things then please feel free to post any progress here
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Re: Project 137 - VS 2017

Postby Garnet on Wed Jan 24, 2018 8:08 pm

Actually i have all the projects working on VS 2017 but there is too munch issues with it because VS 2017 is just not stable at all (the pdb bug has just been fixed in the latest version of VS 2017 ) and i'm afraid it could break the sources in a future update. The whole Visual Studio 2017 Installer is buggy has hell.

I reverted to VS 2015 and i will stick with it. The only one reason i wanted to upgrade is because i would like to make ktrose 137 working with linux and VS2017 add some nice features for linux development.

My sources will stay on VS2015 for sure. Yes, the upgrade can be done, but be carefull when you update VS2017...your projects could stop working.
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