Wow version 1.1
I can see why you have problems; please upgrade to Bootless Star 1.5.2
since the foundation has been re-wrote and is - generally much more improved. Your life will be much easier
In addition, be sure to fetch the latest versions of the modules aswell.
NOTE: You can not use your preset from version 1.1 with 1.5.2 due to identifier changes and the use of 'key chain' model.
Version 1.2 [revision 549]
19 Feb. 2014
* During the initialization period, the core will attempt to find the host system's .NET foundations.
* During the initialization period, the core will try to find Visual Studio, HTML Workshop, Inno setup, 7Zip, and SVN commandline tools.
Furthermore, when you run the Directory Setup setting (regardless of what program\module), just have the program point to the normal install directory path. For example, if you have 7zip installed on: C:\Program Files\7Zip\7za.exe
, then tell the Bootless Star program to use that location. Hopefully you shouldn't need to go through these setups once you upgrade to v. 1.5.2. You will, however have to use the setup directory for the DB2\DB64\GZDB modules. To do this, just point the main project's solution root. Might be confusing for what I just said, but as of today, here's the links to use:
- Doom Builder 2:
Doom Builder 64:
Once you have successfully setup the configurations for the module(s), just update your preset in the modules setting menu. Though, do be-sure you have first created a new preset file from 'Bootless Star' first, before saving from a module.
Moreover, besure that you have the Doombuilder local working copy on your host system. Bootless Star can not remotely fetch the contents from a server database, it will only use the local working copy that is provided by the user and system. Using PowerShell
, you can use the SVN CUI toolset to do the following:
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cd ~; # go-to your home directory -- this is really %UserProfile% identifier used in the system and the Batch shell.
mkdir ".\SVN Projects"; # make a new directory in your home, this will soon contain the Doombuilder contents
cd ".\SVN Projects"; # go-to our newly created directory
svn checkout https://svn.code.sf.net/p/doombuilder/code .\Doombuilder\; # Here, we are pulling entire Doombuilder source into the specified path. We will need this for Bootless Star.
If you receive an error when using the 'svn' command, besure that you have TortoiseSVN
Commandline tools installed.