@john-adams finally got your greasy hands on my source!! LOL
good to see ya again.
I did indeed! Muhahahaha! Thank you, @Allan for all you've done for this emulator.
Well, crap. 100% of the time in my 20+ career in IT/Dev, the second I give up and run for help, I solve the problem
The error I was getting compiling eve-core was likely due to a missing mysql header (saw mention of it on discord) but the real problem (for me) was that between last week when it compiled and ran perfectly, and today... I upgraded my Ubuntu from 18.04.5 to 20.04.2 - clearly something in 20.04 blew something out, because on my 18.04, it's compiling just fine. Whew.
Just thought I'd come back and tell you it's solved, although I would really still like to see a cmake-gui fix for Windows/VS2019 compiles (that's where I actually can debug stuff)... but I'll save that begging for later
@jdhirst again, thank you for this opportunity to engage with a current developer of evemulator.
One thing that has always been (super) lacking on every iteration of EVEmulator is documentation in a sensible manner. The OLD Wiki you have imported is pretty close to readable and understandable, but a bit out of date with the new code.
I do not care for Docker or the mysteries behind how that all works. I'm a hands-on kinda kid, and like to compile sources myself, manage dependencies, etc. Docker is too mystical for me. Given that, I cannot seem to (simply) CMake and Make the current git master code.
I also tried the old-school VS2019/cmake-gui approach, but I think too many dependencies are not being tracked properly so that of course fails as well (which is why I am back to Linux). Which, btw, worked perfectly about a week ago!! I had the server up and running, but had to revert the VM snapshot for something unrelated being wrong... and now trying to compile again and getting an error:
error: ‘my_bool’ was not declared in this scope;
I swear, sometimes I think Linux is out to get me
TL;DR - I'm looking for a simple guide to compiling EVE Crucible from your repo Master without using Docker - just my nix server environment. Any advice?
TY again for kick-starting this project. Hopefully it'll be around forever now.
@jdhirst Splendid. Finding your re-ignited EVEmu interest is very exciting for me personally; it is literally my favorite MMO Emulator ever
Now I am headed over to your support forum to bomb you with questions... but first, a huge shout-out and thank you to Allan for his generous contributions to (these) projects over the years.