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by Allofich
29 Jul 2016, 14:38
Forum: General Development
Topic: Compiling with the latest Bullet3
Replies: 7
Views: 4004

Re: Compiling with the latest Bullet3

I suppose it's not bullet3 then, but the compiler will still fail complaining about "CProfileManager" in debugwindow.cpp and physicssystem.cpp. I just tried again to make sure. I just brought it up because it's a stumbling block that you will come across currently if you try to build OpenM...
by Allofich
29 Jul 2016, 10:21
Forum: General Development
Topic: Compiling with the latest Bullet3
Replies: 7
Views: 4004

Re: Compiling with the latest Bullet3

I don't know. I follow the Windows development setup guide by Gblues at https://wiki.openmw.org/index.php?title=User:Gblues which says to download the Bullet3 git repository. (I'm not blaming Gblues for anything, that page is very helpful) Bullet3 is also being frequently updated, so I hoped that th...
by Allofich
29 Jul 2016, 08:54
Forum: General Development
Topic: Compiling with the latest Bullet3
Replies: 7
Views: 4004

Compiling with the latest Bullet3

Just to let anyone who tries to compile with the latest Bullet3 source code know, compilation of OpenMW will fail if you do so. The problem seems to be related to this commit https://github.com/bulletphysics/bullet3/commit/25a1714754572ce07b458e0cbaa6b84932619140 I have a working build after resetti...
by Allofich
18 Jun 2016, 09:04
Forum: General Development
Topic: Relative include paths
Replies: 5
Views: 3250

Re: Relative include paths

You can set a warning level so that the relative path warning, along with other warnings, will not show up any more. It's also supposedly possible to suppress a specific warning. https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj715718.aspx Anyway I was told that include paths with .. are preferable, so I ...
by Allofich
18 Jun 2016, 02:19
Forum: General Development
Topic: Relative include paths
Replies: 5
Views: 3250

Re: Relative include paths

Everything worked fine with the travis and appveyor compilers, but after giving the issue a fresh consideration, I think this might not be a productive direction to go. While it would be nice to cut down on the Microsoft Visual Studio warnings, it may be better to only worry about warnings generated...
by Allofich
17 Jun 2016, 16:20
Forum: General Development
Topic: Relative include paths
Replies: 5
Views: 3250

Re: Relative include paths

Sure, I'll give it a shot, then.
by Allofich
17 Jun 2016, 14:54
Forum: General Development
Topic: Relative include paths
Replies: 5
Views: 3250

Relative include paths

Using Microsoft Visual Studio 2015, there is a flood of warnings about relative include paths in OpenMW's source code. It seems like an easy fix, just changing e.g. #include "../mwbase/world.hpp" to #include "apps/openmw/mwbase/world.hpp" but maybe there is a reason why making th...
by Allofich
28 May 2016, 17:51
Forum: General Development
Topic: OK to send in a bug fix submission?
Replies: 7
Views: 3731

Re: OK to send in a bug fix submission?

I experienced the problem when I uploaded the files through the click and drag interface on the GitHub website (for some reason one of the files didn't show the problem.) When I "pushed" the files to my fork of OpenMW using the command line in Git Bash, I didn't have a problem. I think it ...
by Allofich
28 May 2016, 17:21
Forum: General Development
Topic: OK to send in a bug fix submission?
Replies: 7
Views: 3731

Re: OK to send in a bug fix submission?

About the files showing all the lines as modified, it's probably a Windows line endings or something like that. Anyway, I seem to have been able to work around it.
by Allofich
28 May 2016, 16:54
Forum: General Development
Topic: OK to send in a bug fix submission?
Replies: 7
Views: 3731

Re: OK to send in a bug fix submission?

Question for anyone who can help me out. I've mostly stumbled my way through setting up GitHub now, and I think I have it ready to submit a pull request to the OpenMW master, but the pull request preview is showing in all of the files I want to submit (except for one), that every single line of the ...