[TUHS] Can I use Apout simulator on Windows 10?
usotsuki at buric.co
Fri Apr 16 07:03:52 AEST 2021
On Thu, 15 Apr 2021, Clem Cole wrote:
> As its author, WKT has more info than others but since he does not mention
> it in his README and due to TZ issue (he's likely asleep right now), I'll
> take a shot. Note: I can not say I have tried it, but I would expect it
> to compile and run on WSL. I can say I ran in a few years ago on a Mac and
> 'just worked.' You might need to tweak it a little bit if for no other
> reason than RedHat Linux 2.2 is pretty old and was 32 bit, but WKT's code
> is pretty clean and I would not expect any real issues. Since he is
> assuming a 32-bit system, and I have not played with it in a while, my
> guess is that the one place you might need to be careful. His comment in
> the read says:
> It should compile on a 32-bit little-endian machine with
> some form of Unix; you may need to change some header file includes etc.
> See `defines.h' for the details. In particular, if your system doesn't have
> types for:
> int8_t, int16_t, int32_t, u_int8_t, u_int16_t, u_int32_t
> or if your compiler doesn't have char=1 byte, short= 2 bytes, int=4 bytes,
> then alter the relevant typedefs in `defines.h'.
Didn't someone here port apout to win32, and it *almost* worked 100%? I
remember reading about it on virtuallyfun.com, but I might be mistaken.
On Win10 you could also just install Debian in WSL, and it might work
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