GZDoom 4.8.0 for ARM64 Windows (experimental)

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Re: GZDoom 4.8.0 for ARM64 Windows (experimental)

Postby Graf Zahl » Fri Jun 17, 2022 3:22 pm

Blzut3 wrote:It wasn't really an option when Randi originally built FluidSynth, but build containers do isolate and partially alleviate the mess.


No, not really. Just having to use MinGW constitutes "mess" in my book - IMO Windows code that cannot be compiled with MSVC is broken.

Blzut3 wrote: So today I don't think either approach really has an advantage in terms of how much work it is to revisit later, if anything Randi's approach may be more work now since now you have a delta over upstream even if the effort is somewhat marginal.


Let's hope it's still in a state where a "git pull" from upstream will do. If it doesn't, I'd concur. You can do all the things Randi described without screwing with the code.
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