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FIFE 0.4.0 has been released on 15th of January, 2017!

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Introduce yourself / Hi all!
« on: August 04, 2010, 06:34:46 am »
I'm Michelle. :-)

I'm 25 and originally from Israel. I'm currently majoring in Computer Science and Interactive Media and Game Design at a college in the US - very exciting stuff!

I'm not new to development - C#, Python, C, Actionscript, C++, VB 6.0/.NET
I'm actually a client-side developer and have done my fair share of UI painting and some GIS stuff.

But I am new to game development, and to engines in general. I was hoping to use FIFE for a game that me and a partner are working on, to be developed primarily in C#. I liked the sample images at any rate :P

I am, however, already struggling with it... Hope one of you kind souls can help correct my n00b-ish ways :-)

Help and troubleshooting / Win XP Dependency Issues
« on: August 04, 2010, 06:22:40 am »
Hello, I'm new to game development and to FIFE. :-)

I thought I did everything right for testing FIFE out on my machine, but Dependency Walker has a different thing to say about that when I run _fife.pyd through it:


These are all dependent modules that the rio de hola demo (or, more worryingly,  _fife.pyd itself) apparently needs. The python one is my bad (I installed 2.7 instead of 2.6), but at least the last two are only available on Windows Vista (and presumably 7). My dev machine currently has Windows XP SP3 on it, and I'm loath to try and port it over to a newer Windows OS.

Subsequently to the above, I get this error when I run rio de hola:

Should I just be downloading these .DLL's and sticking them wherever they should go?

Any ideas on how to help a poor n00b?


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