[NTLK] Fwd: Einstein for Windows 10
tpzahm at newted.org
Thu Aug 11 00:27:46 EDT 2016
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:
> 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 \
>> 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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