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Of course DirectX doesn''t make any Dev-C++ game projects. Dev-C++ makes games that can use DirectX. (Read carefully!)

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Yes, but you can't use it with micro$oft's DX libraries. You need to download the package for dev-c++, with the update tool that should be included with the program...

[edited by - PatrickD on February 8, 2004 1:32:26 PM]

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You can use reimp.exe to convert the DirectX libraries. If it doesn''t come with Dev-C++, just download MinGW from www.mingw.org to get the complete set of tools. You''d have to do this from the command line, so make sure you add MinGW''s bin to your PATH lib, then use it in DX''s lib directory. Doesn''t take too long, just annoying. :/

Don''t forget to add the include and lib directories to GCC''s search path as well.

Good luck.

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quote:
Original post by Arkainium
You can use reimp.exe to convert the DirectX libraries. If it doesn''t come with Dev-C++, just download MinGW from www.mingw.org to get the complete set of tools. You''d have to do this from the command line, so make sure you add MinGW''s bin to your PATH lib, then use it in DX''s lib directory. Doesn''t take too long, just annoying. :/

Don''t forget to add the include and lib directories to GCC''s search path as well.

Good luck.


NO if you use the update tool you can get DX 8 and DX 9


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