GP2X Fenix


rokdcasbah

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yoyoyoyoyoyoyo posted on Apr 12 2006 at 05:56 PM said:
How do you compile a fenix file for the GP2X?

i think that the fenix compiler (fxc.exe) will compile fenix code for any platform, so long as you have the proper interpreter. so you need to have the fenix runtime compiled for gp2x (on the file archive i believe), then you distribute your "compiled" program with the runtime and a shell script that launches the fenix runtime (FXI) with your program's location as a command line argument.

make sense? i haven't tried fenix much though, so i hopefully someone with more knowledge can correct any errors. but i think it's like java...you compile bytecodes and then run them on an interpreter.
 
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rokdcasbah posted on Apr 13 2006 at 02:48 AM said:
yoyoyoyoyoyoyo posted on Apr 12 2006 at 05:56 PM said:
How do you compile a fenix file for the GP2X?

i think that the fenix compiler (fxc.exe) will compile fenix code for any platform, so long as you have the proper interpreter. so you need to have the fenix runtime compiled for gp2x (on the file archive i believe), then you distribute your "compiled" program with the runtime and a shell script that launches the fenix runtime (FXI) with your program's location as a command line argument.

make sense? i haven't tried fenix much though, so i hopefully someone with more knowledge can correct any errors. but i think it's like java...you compile bytecodes and then run them on an interpreter.

You are right ;)

I'm finishing new Beta4, available in few days (or hours) :p

Regards
 
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yoyoyoyoyoyoyo posted on Apr 17 2006 at 07:29 PM said:
how do you make a script?

you make a gpe file with text editor (must be unix or allow unix encoding, i like notepad++)
 
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