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#1 Re: Technical » DeSmuME_VS2008 x64 Platform Default is Win32?? » 2009-12-29 16:04:21

I see this problem has now been (mostly) fixed. You still need to open up the Configuration manager and check "Build" for x64 before it will work.

#3 Re: Technical » Compile failing between 3236 and 3261 » 2009-12-28 16:32:56

How do I revert just that part? Do I need to comment out the line in the code or can TortpiseSVN do it somehow?

#4 Technical » Compile failing between 3236 and 3261 » 2009-12-28 15:23:27

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I just updated my SVN from 3236 to 3261 and my compile is failing. The only error I get is:
1>.\FirmConfig.cpp(151) : error C3861: 'NDS_CreateDummyFirmware': identifier not found

#5 Re: General » Consider switching to Google Code? » 2009-12-27 18:15:59

For example, heres the commit list for the 2 other emu's I like to follow and compile:

Very easy to get a list of commits and see user/dev feedback on that commit.

#7 Re: Support » Sound Problem » 2009-12-27 05:45:22

zeromus wrote:

Sorry, you have a poopy computer. Reinstall your operating system.

Not really necessary.

haiyyu, update/reinstall your sound drivers.

#8 Re: General » Consider switching to Google Code? » 2009-12-27 02:46:30

Right on, it's you guy's decision and all. Just there seems to be more practical reasons to switch to Google Code, over these "psychological" reasons to stick with SF.  hehe

#9 Technical » DeSmuME_VS2008 x64 Platform Default is Win32?? » 2009-12-27 01:46:43

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Is it just me, or is the Platform configuration for the default DeSmuME_2008.sln file for x64 set to Win32?
I noticed when I first downloaded the SVN trunk and did my first compile. I chose Release x64, but it compiled Win32 anyway. So I just had to go into Configuration Manager and set the x64 platform back from Win32 to x64.

Maybe it was just my Visual Studio, but I found it kind of weird.

#10 General » Consider switching to Google Code? » 2009-12-27 01:25:10

Replies: 3

I love how this emulator is doing SVN. However, I personally find SourceForce to be kind of inconvenient and not as easy to use.
I was wondering if the dev(s) have checked out Google Code yet, and might consider trying it out for the SVN?

With Google Code you can get a comprehensive list of changes, with quick user-feedback.

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