Cpe2x for Win7

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Re: Cpe2x for Win7

Post by Shadow » July 8th, 2016, 11:45 pm

gwald wrote:Edit, can't run in dos mode, it might work without dosbox, I think dosbox is just 16bit.
win7 64 should run a win32 exe :shrug
Well first off, he is using the Windows tools. Psy-Q has separate DOS tools. You can try using "DOS4GW.EXE".
Otherwise, yes, just use a 32-bit version of Windows.
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Re: Cpe2x for Win7

Post by sickle » February 19th, 2020, 10:25 am

Edit:
Thanks for CPE2X; it's great, it fixes everything.
Just to be clear, I'm leaving this purely out of curiosity.
I'm not advocating using dosbox over cpe2x, it's not a good idea if you can help it.




Found a workaround for the time being using doxbox on the command line:

Asuming your psyq is at c:\psyq\
and your project: c:\psyq\fps\

First copy the following into your project directory from your dosbox install dir (or reference them by their full path, i'm not your mother). I'm using 0.74.

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For the future peeps with broken imgurl links, that's Dosbox.exe, dosbox.conf, SDL.dll and SDL_net.dll

Next, alter your dosbox conf to match:

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[autoexec]
mount C c:c:
cd c:\psyqcall pspaths
cd c:\psyq\fps
 ! Message from: sicklebrick
Remember to cd into your project dir after setting paths as I have on the last line!
And convert your make file to a .bat something like the following:

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@echo off

echo seting paths...

call c:\psyq\pspaths.bat

echo deleting stuff...

del fps.cpe
del fps.sym
del fps.map

echo ccpsx...

ccpsx -O3 -Xo$80010000 main.c 2mbyte.obj -ofps.cpe,fps.sym,fps.map

echo cpe2x...

REM to debug...
REM dosbox.exe -conf dosbox.conf -c "cpe2x fps.cpe"

REM or to automate this last bit...
REM set SDL_VIDEODRIVER=dummydriver
dosbox.exe c:\psyq\bin\cpe2x.exe -conf dosbox.conf -noconsole -exit -c "cpe2x tuto1.cpe"
echo done...

	
 ! Message from: sicklebrick
The first param "c:\psyq\bin\cpe2x.exe" is only necessary if you want it to automatically exit. E.g. this marks it as a "named" process and dosbox will stay open till it's done!

Should be enough for most cases.
Bit of a faff, but it gets the job done without resorting to VM.

(Note: ccpsx won't run in dosbox, so you can't just get away with doing that!)





Edit:
(un double posting)

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Last edited by sickle on July 3rd, 2020, 3:16 pm, edited 2 times in total.

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