[NTLK] Einstein for Windows 10

Matthias Melcher mm at matthiasm.com
Mon Aug 15 07:26:53 EDT 2016



Those file references can probably be just removed. It may be a leftover from the simulator code and self-links, meaning, if they are not compiled in, nothing bad will happen.


> On Aug 12, 2016, at 2:40 PM, Michael W. Arnold <michael at rnold.info> wrote:
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> The VS project is out of date for the current arrangement of source files.  The files it’s reporting missing – objects.cp, etc. – don’t exist in the repo anymore.  My guess: that code’s moved elsewhere in the decade or so since the VS project was setup.
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> Our best bet will be looking at the XCode project – which does work – and using it as a guide to setup a new VS project.
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> On 8/11/16, 7:58 AM, "newtontalk-bounces at newtontalk.net on behalf of Michael W. Arnold" <newtontalk-bounces at newtontalk.net on behalf of michael at rnold.info> wrote:
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>   I started setting up my Windows 10 environment to give this a try last night.  Hopefully I’ll get things completed so I can start compiling tonight.  VS2015 was installing when I went to bed.  First step will be getting jam to compile.  I’ll let you know if I hit the same roadblock.
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>   I’m *very* interested in getting Einstein to work on inexpensive Windows 10 devices.
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>> On Aug 10, 2016, at 11:27 PM, Tom Zahm <tpzahm at newted.org> wrote:
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>> I’ve made some progress, but seem to be missing something basic.
>> 
>> When I build the Visual C project (after adding *.cp to the list of source files) I get errors like:
>> 	Cannot open source file: '..\..\..\Simulator\objects\objects.cp': No such file or directory
>> 
>> I can’t find any such source file in the .zip file I downloaded from GitHub.
>> 
>> Any anyone provide a pointer?
>> 
>> Begin forwarded message:
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>>> From: Tom Zahm <tpzahm at newted.org>
>>> Subject: Re: [NTLK] Einstein for Windows 10
>>> Date: August 9, 2016 at 9:06:09 PM PDT
>>> To: newtontalk at newtontalk.net
>>> 
>>> I’m having the same problem and was hoping to use Einstein on the HP Envy 8 Note that will be arriving soon.
>>> 
>>> I have access to  Visual Studio, and would be pleased to try building it.  I know about the code repository at https://github.com/pguyot/Einstein, but could use some instructions to kickstart me in doing a Windows build.
>>> 
>>> Can anyone help?
>>> 
>>> 
>>>> List:       newtontalk
>>>> Subject:    Re: [NTLK] Einstein for Windows 10
>>>> From:       Steven Frank <stevenf () panic ! com>
>>>> Date:       2016-05-28 20:55:01
>>>> Message-ID: 5F634784-6654-46A0-82C8-DDF5EB645036 () panic ! com
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>>>> Hi Brian,
>>>> 
>>>> I've never used the Windows build, and I don't know of anyone actively maintaining \
>>>> it. That said, I imagine it probably needs only minor tweaking from someone with \
>>>> Windows programming experience to bring it up to speed, since not much has changed in \
>>>> the front end over the years. 
>>>> 
>>>> Does it leave any kind of crash report behind that a developer could use to \
>>>> investigate?
>>>> 
>>>> Steven, via iPad
>>>> 
>>>>> On May 27, 2016, at 8:30 PM, Brian Ball <bdball1 at yahoo.com> wrote:
>>>>> 
>>>>> Is there any way to get Einstein working in Windows 10? When I start the exe it \
>>>>> starts to boot but when it would normally go from the boot screen to the Newton \
>>>>> display it crashes at that point. Thanks in advance. I've been a lurker on \
>>>>> Newtontalk for probably 10 years as my Newton interest has come and gone through \
>>>>>             the years.
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