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Silent-Strike

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#1 14 years ago

Hey, how do you compile a QVM file? I edited the .c and .h files, I have QVMaker, Q3ASM and SoF2ASM I tried to compile it but it didn't work. Is there any alternative programs to use? Please respond as soon as possible.




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#2 14 years ago

Ive already asked this question years ago and nobody has any knowledge of how to do this i assume else they would of responded a long time ago.

When i try to compile it, the black DOS window comes up, and a few things show then says something like "can't compile qvm" and i already edited autoexe and did all this other crap im tottaly lost now.




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#3 14 years ago

Well i assume the maker of rpm mod knows how to do this so why don't u go to their forums. I am not sure of the site adress which is annoying me cause i want to go there but i am sure it is easy to find




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#4 14 years ago

Hi if anyone got the knowledge to compile .QVM files please share it, I need to know... actualy I wanna create new game types. Thx




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#5 14 years ago

forums.ravensoft.com/ib/ikonboard.pl?s=20b63411e1a57678c4dccb451c7d44d2;act=ST;f=4;t=3 Heres a tutorial on compiling QVM's helpped me out awhile back. Good luck!




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#6 14 years ago

Where can I find sof2lcc and sof2asm ? I have lcc and q3asm ... should I rename this file to compile Sof2's qvm ?




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#7 14 years ago

Sorry for the delay. If you havent found it yet it should be in the C:\SoF2MPSDK\bin (might vary depending on where you installed the SDK) I assume you downloaded the Soldier of Fortune 2 Multiplayer SDK (Sofware Development Kit) for whichever version your working with. In the link I posted above it tells you how to define the path in windows.




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#8 11 years ago

why cant i see the thread?




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#10 10 years ago

so is it possible to view that or not? :(




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