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by Timmy » Mon Feb 26, 2018 1:34 pm
Hey, I've been under a rock apparently. It seems Torsion is open-source MIT.

What I was wondering is could someone please compile it for me. I am on Linux only now but heard it runs Under WINE.

Is there a way for me to compile it in Linux?

Would appreciate it.
The engine definitely compiles on linux, i can compile a binary for linux mint 18.3 for you if you like? This page should still be fairly accurate . I regularly test the linux build with both gcc & clang.
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by Duion » Mon Feb 26, 2018 6:19 pm
He wants Torsion to run on Linux, not the engine.
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by Johxz » Mon Feb 26, 2018 7:36 pm
to my knowledge torsion can't be compile on linux, pls check this first, it have editor, ides & debuggers:
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by Timmy » Mon Feb 26, 2018 10:20 pm
Oh yes i can't even read anymore :mrgreen: . Yeah torsion is windows only, it uses wxwidgets, so as you mentioned now it is MIT it would be possible to make it work in for linux or even macOS, i haven't been over the code base for it so no idea how how much work it would take
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by Jason Campbell » Tue Feb 27, 2018 1:17 am
JeffR compiled Torsion for me awhile ago.

Though it runs well in Wine, I can't get Torsion to be the default program when opening .cs and other Torque files. Additionally, you can't really create a working project because Torsion looks for an .exe binary, so no debugging with Torsion.
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