RadialGM

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* To start, you must first follow the instructions on installing ENIGMA (using the Msys2 method) up to Step3: Downloading ENIGMA. You don't need to download ENIGMA or anything after that as the Radial git clone you're about to to will include ENIGMA (https://enigma-dev.org/docs/Wiki/Install:Windows)
* To start, you must first follow the instructions on installing ENIGMA (using the Msys2 method) up to Step3: Downloading ENIGMA. You don't need to download ENIGMA or anything after that as the Radial git clone you're about to to will include ENIGMA (https://enigma-dev.org/docs/Wiki/Install:Windows)
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==== - Step 2: Install RadialGM build tools ====
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* This is needed to get an updated version of Qt
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* Close the MinGW shell used for setting up ENIGMA and switch to the msys2 shell. (found in your msys folder, probably in C:/).
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'''NOTE:''' This will likely prompt you to close the terminal, reopen it, and run the command a second time. In this case close the window, force close it even if it warns you that it's still running. Then reopen Msys2 and run pacman -Syu again. The first time it was updating the package manager, the second time it updates everything else.
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==== - Step 3: Install RadialGM build tools ====
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pacboy -S mingw-w64-x86_64-qt-creator
pacboy -S mingw-w64-x86_64-qt-creator
pacboy -S qscintilla:x
pacboy -S qscintilla:x
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pacboy -S mingw-w64-i686-qt-creator
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* In MinGW Shell (pick 64 or 32 shell depending on your Windows Version)
* In MinGW Shell (pick 64 or 32 shell depending on your Windows Version)
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cd put/here/whatever/path/you/want/RadialGM/to/be/installed/to
cd put/here/whatever/path/you/want/RadialGM/to/be/installed/to
git clone https://github.com/enigma-dev/RadialGM.git --recursive
git clone https://github.com/enigma-dev/RadialGM.git --recursive
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==== - Step 5: Build RadialGM ENIGMA submodule ====
==== - Step 5: Build RadialGM ENIGMA submodule ====
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cd RadialGM/Submodules/enigma-dev
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==== - Step 6: Run Protocol Server ====
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*Finally run emake.exe and you should be done with the installation
*Finally run emake.exe and you should be done with the installation
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Revision as of 13:54, 11 June 2019

ENIGMA's C++ IDE in use with native look and feel on Windows 10.

The project is a code name used to refer to the C++/Qt-based ENIGMA IDE that is being developed. The project was started by Goombert to improve ENIGMA's UI experience and the stability of game serialization. The architecture of the project is loosely based on MVC and MVVM and is centered around the ENIGMA compiler's Google Protocol Buffer format used in emake and libEGM to load, save, and compile games. The Google Protocol Buffer format is treated as the single source of truth for resource data and is contained in a Qt QAbstractItemModel that makes it possible to map various views/editors to it.

GitHub Repository: https://github.com/enigma-dev/RadialGM

Contents

License

The project is also licensed under the same License ENIGMA is licensed under, that being a modified GPL v3.

Features

The goal of this project as stated earlier is to improve upon the ENIGMA UI experience, stability, and scalability.

Some advantages the new IDE will provide:

Installing (Building) RadialGM on Windows

- Step 1: ENIGMA Installation Setup

- Step 2: Install RadialGM build tools

For 64 bit Windows:
pacboy -S mingw-w64-x86_64-qt-creator
pacboy -S qscintilla:x
pacman -S mingw-w64-x86_64-clang
Or for 32 bit Windows:
pacboy -S mingw-w64-i686-qt-creator
pacboy -S qscintilla:i
pacman -S mingw-w64-i686-clang

- Step 4: Get RadialGM source code

cd put/here/whatever/path/you/want/RadialGM/to/be/installed/to
git clone https://github.com/enigma-dev/RadialGM.git --recursive

- Step 5: Build RadialGM ENIGMA submodule

cd RadialGM/Submodules/enigma-dev
make
make emake CLI_ENABLE_SERVER=TRUE

- Step 6: Run Protocol Server

./emake.exe --server --quiet

- Step 7: Open RadialGM project in Qt Creator

You need to run this command inside the MinGW shell whenever you want to open RadialGM up (in QT Creator). Replace ~ for the cd with your full path to your RadialGM directory.

cd ~/RadialGM
qtcreator ./RadialGM.pro


Note: To configure Qt Creator

By default, Qt Creator should open up with the "Projects" tab open (from the left hand side). Select it if not.

Click the "Configure Project" button on the right.

From the main menu, Build -> Run

See Also

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