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There is something new to orx that may help you get started a little quicker and it might be helpful to us if you would like to try it out.
If you use the git version of orx, there are scripts there to help you auto-generate a project.
That will help you be up and going in a few minutes. I can certainly help you through this.
Are you familiar with using git?
If not, I can help you through the beginner's tutorial to get you started.
Yes, I used that beginner's tutorial.
I am very glad to learn how to use git and the auto-generater you have mentioned.
Please help me with it!
Depends if you want to go down that path.
Alternatively, we can continue to try with what you have now, and you can let me know where exactly you got stuck with the tutorial.
I will try it
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If you get stuck on any step, let me know what the error or problem is and I should be able to sort you out.
To complement sausage's replies, don't hesitate to come and see us on the chat if you feel like it. Sometimes it's better for faster step-by-step support: https://gitter.im/orx/orx
I googled it and found no useful suggestion, What could I do to solve it?
error MSB3073 “cmd /c copy /Y ........codelibdynamicorx*.dll ......in
:VCEnd” , 1 . 01_ObjectC:Program Files (x86)MSBuildMicrosoft.Cppv4.0V140Microsoft.CppCommon.targets133
Did you compile the release config version of orx beforehand? Sorry, I don't know the details of the steps of the tutorials, sausage will probably be able to help you more with that.
From the error in your path:
Your orx code folder needs to be at the relative path listed above.
A quick alternative to get it working is to copy all the *.lib files into the /lib folder of your project, and the orx*.dll files into the /bin folder of your project.
Then make sure you copy the include folder from orx, to your project.
That's a quick cheap way to get it working.
Then later, you can go back and make sure your project paths are correct so that you can get it working properly.
The file I used is orx-tutorial-vs2015-32-1.8.zip in the tutorial. The .dll and .lib files are in proper folders.
Another approach is to simply clone the git (or hg if you prefer) repository. You'll have all the latest features, include the 'orx init' one to start a new project, and everything is where it should be. You simply need to run setup.bat once after cloning the repository.
There has been a bit of work behind the scenes to make the git version of orx (and git itself) easy to download and use.
Also, easier to set up your own project.
We've revised many of our instructions, if you'd like to make another attempt at it. Starting from here, you should find things make better sense:
Let me know if I can help you in any way.