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Re: Portable Ecere SDK

Postby samsam598 » Thu Mar 22, 2012 8:10 pm

redj wrote:hi all,

A nice little home for the Portable Ecere SDK!

-redj

Sorry I can't downloaded it.Not sure what the problem is.
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Re: Portable Ecere SDK

Postby jerome » Thu Mar 22, 2012 8:21 pm

Hi Sam,

What exactly isn't working? I think there is just the batch and config files for the portable SDK...
Maybe it's the https link that is giving you trouble? How about http://github.com/redj/portable-sdk ?

You can download the actual portable SDK binaries from:

http://ecere.com/wiki/index.php?title=Main_Page#Windows

Cheers,

Jerome
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Re: Portable Ecere SDK

Postby samsam598 » Fri Mar 23, 2012 2:38 am

jerome wrote:Hi Sam,

What exactly isn't working? I think there is just the batch and config files for the portable SDK...
Maybe it's the https link that is giving you trouble? How about http://github.com/redj/portable-sdk ?

Cheers,

Jerome

It seems that the download link's blocked,at least to me.
It is not a big issue.As I always download your most updated source and then compile by myself.

Thanks.
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Re: Portable Ecere SDK

Postby redj » Mon Mar 26, 2012 11:25 am

Hi Sam,

http://github.com/redj/portable-sdk is mostly useful for updating and releasing the portable version of Ecere SDK. It's also nice for having a quick link to the readme file which can be helpful to learn about the different flavors so you may choose the one that is good for you.

The actual release files are hosted here and that's what the wiki points to with the four download links for Portable Ecere SDK.

You can get the latest version of each package from github with portable-sdk/zipball/core, portable-sdk/zipball/mingw and portable-sdk/zipball/c++ but those will always be released to the Google Code page for Ecere and the links on the wiki for all four packages will always point to the latest release. Note that you can't get the latest "All In One" package directly from the Github zipball download facility because that branch includes sub modules (git sub repositories) and those are not included in zipballs by Github.

Simply put, if you just want to use the Ecere SDK, download your preferred package, portable or not, here. Note that all this is for Windows users. Please refer to the readme file.

-redj

PS: sorry for the late reply
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