I have tried about 50 times to download ORX. Every time at the end of the download it says "Source file cannot be read".
I tried downloading from different browsers, nothing. I tried repairing the archive and orx.exe was missing.
And I've searched the forum before posting and didn't found somebody else asking about it.
I'm not sure why you can't download the package files from sourceforge. I guess I can send it by email if you tell me which version you need.
The other (better) option would be to sync the svn trunk and compile it yourself (it compiles out of the box for all supported platforms). This way you'd get the latest version which is much better than the last released package.
Let me know what you prefer!
I would appreciate it if you could send it, thank you.
According to the download manager, it gets stuck at 99%.
By the way, I have tried Windows Explorer, WinRAR and PowerArchiver to unzip it.
It's the msvs 2008 I'm having trouble with.
Really weird ...
What's the exact link you tried to download ?
This one ? : http://sourceforge.net/projects/orx/files/orx/orx - 1.3rc0 (2513)/orx-dev-msvs2008-1.3rc0.zip/download
I tried this link, unzip and it works ... I really don't understand ...
To have a quick solution, give me your personnal email (in a private message) and I will sent you the zip by email, it's only 4Mo, it will be ok.
(remove the "_" at the end of the filename ... gmail doesn't want to send the .zip because it contains a .exe file ...)
Mais not sent ^^
Technical details of permanent failure:
Google tried to deliver your message, but it was rejected by the recipient domain. We recommend contacting the other email provider for further information about the cause of this error. The error that the other server returned was: 554 554 delivery error: dd This user doesn't have a yahoo.gr account ([email protected]) [-5] - mta1052.mail.ukl.yahoo.com (state 18).
So, at this point, I've no idea ...
Edit: Wait... I had it wrong. It's not yahoo.gr, its yahoo.com.
While I had actually disabled NOD32 Antivirus and Real-time protection through the taskbar icon, Web Access protection was still on. Nod32 was blocking it without saying anything.
To all noobs like me using NOD32: You have to manually disable web access protection from the "Advanced Setup" to download orx.
Everyone, thanks for your help.
One thing's for sure, next release I won't compress any executables, this way antivirus won't complain anymore.
As for Subversion (svn), it's a version control system that is used by orx on sourceforge to keep its source code (and an history over time). You can find more info directly on orx's sourceforge page as well as tutorials on how to use a svn client. On windows I'd recommend using TortoiseSVN, a client that integrates with Explorer. Here's a video tutorial (among many others on youtube):
If you have any questions, don't hesitate.