After many failed attempts to get Anura to compile, I finally got Frogatto working. (A friend pointed out that the demo is available on Desura…yay!)
So, I following the tutorial that was linked to in the Developer Info section, but I’ve hit a problem. When I tried to run [font=courier]Frogatto.exe --module=elisa[/font] on the command line, I was simply kicked back to the command line. (I am using Cygwin, a Linux-like shell for windows) Then I tried running it from a shortcut with the proper arguments, but I get told that Frogatto.exe encountered a problem and has to exit.
Since I wanted to experiment a bit more before asking for help, I tried copying the frogatto module to a new directory named ‘frog_test’. running [font=courier]Frogatto.exe --module=frog_test[/font] seemed to work alright. I then tinkered with stuff and got the basic elisa object working. (All the stuff before and right after the Adding Elisa Using the Editor section) I then tried making Elisa animate. However, when I tried going to the editor to add the elisa object, I got a Visual C++ popup stating that there was a Runtime error! (And then Frogatto closes)
I’m pretty sure I followed the instructions… Is there something that I might have done wrong? Or is the tutorial outdated and am I supposed to do something else?
(I am running Windows XP SP3. I would prefer to run this on Linux, but I couldn’t get that to work.)