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XBMC_PC Win32 GUI Development Environment for skinners (skin developers)
#16
Just i was thinking these days about a XBMC Windows Port running over ReactOS running over the XBox... Smile
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#17
Wow fantastic! Great help to skin and python developers everywhere!

Who did the development work on this? They deserve kudos from every skin and python dev here Smile

Thanks guys!
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#18
won't work for me.
I think its cuz I am currently using a horrible Matrox 4MB PCI video card from 1996. I tried to set up debug mode logging via AdvancedSettings.

here's my log output:
12:00:35 M:695537664 NOTICE: -----------------------------------------------------------------------
12:00:35 M:695517184 NOTICE: Starting XBoxMediaCenter. Built on Nov 17 2006
12:00:35 M:695517184 NOTICE: Q is mapped to: \XBMC
12:00:35 M:695517184 NOTICE: Log File is located: Q:\xbmc.log
12:00:35 M:695517184 NOTICE: -----------------------------------------------------------------------
12:00:35 M:695410688 NOTICE: Setup DirectX
12:00:35 M:694980608 NOTICE: load settings...
12:00:35 M:694972416 NOTICE: loading T:\guisettings.xml
12:00:35 M:694951936 ERROR: Unable to load T:\guisettings.xml, creating new T:\guisettings.xml with default values
12:00:35 M:694820864 NOTICE: Saving Unknown settings in T:\avpacksettings.xml
12:00:35 M:694763520 NOTICE: Saving Unknown settings in T:\avpacksettings.xml
12:00:35 M:694697984 NOTICE: Getting hardware information now...
12:00:35 M:694697984 NOTICE: Checking resolution 10
12:00:35 M:694697984 NOTICE: Setting autoresolution mode 6
12:00:35 M:694693888 NOTICE: Per AV pack settings are on
12:00:35 M:694693888 NOTICE: Unknown found : loading T:\avpacksettings.xml
12:00:35 M:694689792 NOTICE: Getting hardware information now...
12:00:35 M:694681600 NOTICE: Checking resolution 10
12:00:35 M:694681600 NOTICE: Setting autoresolution mode 6
12:00:35 M:694693888 NOTICE: q:\userdata\sources.xml
12:00:35 M:694685696 WARNING: Emergency recovery console starting...

it hangs. This means my video card can't do the DirectX stuff that is called for by the program right? I have P,Q,T, and Z subst'ed correctly, and my logs are being written to my Q: location.
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#19
Do you need sp2? Or .net framework?
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#20
Just wanting to say a big THANKS!! what an relife to do python scripts now Big Grin
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#21
SleepyP:
It could be, but it could just as easily be something else. Enable full debuglogging via advancedsettings.xml to see if there's anything else available in the logs.

mbay:
It does not require the .net framework, nor does it require service pack 2. All you need is directx 8 or later.

And yeah, I ported it - glad you like it Smile

Cheers
Jonathan
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#22
Sad 
I am getting nothing but freezing issues no matter what combination i am using.

Would it be possible for someone to map out how it should be set up on the pc?

Currently the folder i have containing xbmc is located on my desktop. The only thing i havent done is


subst q: c:\xbmc_pc
subst t: q:\userdata
subst p: q:\userdata
subst z: c:\xbmc_pc\cache

Honestly that's where i am lost which is where i am sure to be going wrong. Any help would be greatful.
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#23
Have you read the readme that came with it? It sums it up quite well I think - if not, please let me know which part you didn't understand.

Have you executed the script that was named "run_me_first.bat"?

Open a command prompt and type "subst" to check that the drives are mapped.

Cheers,
Jonathan
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#24
What should i be seeing once i run subst?

Also what should be the layout of the folder xbmc is in?
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#25
19:00:55 M:168792064 NOTICE: -----------------------------------------------------------------------
19:00:55 M:168771584 NOTICE: Starting XBoxMediaCenter. Built on Nov 17 2006
19:00:55 M:168771584 NOTICE: Q is mapped to: C:\Users\Adam Wood\Desktop\XBMC_PC_rev7133\XBMC_PC_rev7133
19:00:55 M:168771584 NOTICE: Log File is located: Q:\xbmc.log
19:00:55 M:168771584 NOTICE: -----------------------------------------------------------------------
19:00:55 M:168628224 NOTICE: Setup DirectX
19:00:57 M:166174720 NOTICE: load settings...
19:00:57 M:166166528 NOTICE: loading T:\guisettings.xml
19:00:57 M:166146048 ERROR: Unable to load T:\guisettings.xml, creating new T:\guisettings.xml with default values
19:00:57 M:165994496 NOTICE: Saving Unknown settings in T:\avpacksettings.xml
19:00:57 M:165912576 ERROR: Unable to save settings to T:\guisettings.xml
19:00:57 M:165912576 ERROR: XFILE::CFile:Big Grinelete - Error deleting file T:\guisettings.xml
19:00:57 M:165912576 NOTICE: Saving Unknown settings in T:\avpacksettings.xml
19:00:57 M:165912576 ERROR: Unable to save settings to T:\guisettings.xml
19:00:57 M:165908480 WARNING: Emergency recovery console starting...


That is what i am seeing in the log.
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#26
Loaded Gun Wrote:What should i be seeing once i run subst?

Also what should be the layout of the folder xbmc is in?

once you run the bat file you should see 4 nnew drives in explorer and clicking on q: should take you straight to the xbmc dir
Also if you guys are running vista it just may not work its not been tested on it
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#27
You may have problems if you already have a p,q,t or z drive.

Code:
subst q: .
subst p: q:\userdata
subst t: q:\userdata
md q:\cache
subst z: q:\cache
xbmc_pc.exe
subst p: /d
subst t: /d
subst z: /d
rd /s /q q:\cache
subst q: /d

the above shouldn't require any changes. This also deletes the subst after you exit xbmc_pc.exe.

Just save it as xbmc_pc.bat and put it in the same folder as xbmc_pc.exe. Then run it.
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#28
jmarshall: Ok, I compile my own build of the exe and grabbed the one you compiled, my question is, how did you disable the fps/free mem?

and I have notice some issues when I switch between apps, I will minimize it and bring it back up and when i click on it to reactive the mouse it treats it as if Im right clicking.. is that something Im doing wrong or something else?
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#29
CademiaX Wrote:jmarshall: Ok, I compile my own build of the exe and grabbed the one you compiled, my question is, how did you disable the fps/free mem?
dont compile it in debug mode compile it in release mode
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#30
How do I un-map the drives that the bat maps?
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