Difference between revisions of "DarkRadiant - Compilation Guide"

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Latest revision as of 17:28, 18 August 2017

DarkRadiant's codebase is open source, the main part of the source code is hosted on github. To compile the sources you can either use

  • Windows: Visual Studio 2017 Community Edition (higher editions also possible: Professional, Ultimate, ...)
  • Linux: gcc/g++ (Automake)
  • Mac OS X: Automake (after installing XCode and using MacPorts)

All compilers can be acquired for free and should be able to produce 32 Bit and 64 Bit builds. In any case, since DarkRadiant is using part of the C++11 feature set, a compiler supporting the C++11 standard is required.

Compilation Guides

There are separate articles for Windows and Linux, select one to learn more:

Note: The articles are always referring to the latest revision of the source code, not to a specific release.