[Gtkradiant] HOW-TO compile GtkRadiant on Windows

Timothee BESSET ttimo at ttimo.net
Sat Dec 4 10:02:02 CST 2010

On Fri, Dec 3, 2010 at 12:12 AM, Nerius Landys <nlandys at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have taken some time to brain-dump my recently-gained knowledge of
> how to compile Radiant on Windows.  Pretty much anyone can do it; it
> certainly isn't difficult.
>  http://daffy.nerius.com/radiant-compile-win/
> I basically took some information that I got from TTimo and Markus,
> and filled in the missing parts.  This tutorial is for people like me
> who are complete Windows nubs.  :-P

Wow that's great stuff. Do you think you could put it in wiki/trac
format on qeradiant.com? Your SVN account also lets you logon to track
and edit content. I had started updating the documentation for
compiling at http://www.qeradiant.com/cgi-bin/trac.cgi/wiki/ZeroRadiant
but it's nowhere close to being as complete as this. Either that or I
can just host the html content and link to it from the wiki.


> Now for the bad news.  Radiant is currently broken on Windows XP 32
> bit and on Windows 7 32 bit (these are the only Windows flavors that
> I'm able to test currently).  I reported this in a previous email, but
> to recap, I _do_ get this menu:
> http://daffy.nerius.com/radiant/radiant1.png and then hitting OK it
> crashes.  I never get to see this window:
> http://daffy.nerius.com/radiant/radiant2.png
> See my previous email to the list for further details on this.
> I know that Markus is keen on fixing Windows issues, and now that he's
> armed with my handy tutorial I imagine he's willing to do some battle!
> Markus, if you want to test Radiant with Urban Terror like I am trying
> to do, you can download Urban Terror using this torrent:
> http://daffy.nerius.com/torrents/UrbanTerror_41_FULL.zip.torrent ,
> unzip that to any location such as C: or your Desktop, and then
> specify that directory when configuring Radiant for Urban Terror.  I
> think the important thing for now is to get Radiant to a point where
> the main window opens, with the grid view and 3D view and such.  I
> don't even think you need the full Urban Terror download to test this;
> it may be enough to "touch" C:\UrbanTerror\q3ut4 directory.  I don't
> imagine that Radiant actually inspects the presence of any pk3 files
> (or reads them for that matter).
> TTimo, do these instructions for compiling look OK to you?
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