Portability

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  • Construct Classic doesn't work with Cameyo. Didn't try the other one, though, so who knows...? -velo

    I haven't been able to get Construct Classic and Cameyo to work either..I'm running Windows 7 64bit. However, I also couldn't even get the Cameyo installer to run on windows XP SP2 VM under VMware workstation.

    So not sure what is up with that. Has anyone actually gotten a Cameyo'd CC to run on Windows 7 64bit???

    p.s. I'd consider it non-portable unless the whole tamale can be packaged together (DirectX, C++ runtime, and Construct) as many users want to run on machines that they can't install DirectX on.

  • Aw man... Dx9 installer + CC installer? That's why it doesn't work. <img src="smileys/smiley19.gif" border="0" align="middle" />

    So is Cameyo better than Evalazer? Cuz I tried it with Evalazer and it makes a 650mb cache (without DX9 installed) way bigger than ~100 mb you said.

    Also could someone tell me where to get dx9 installer that cameyo can record even with my original box? or do I have to use a virt. box to record it?

    Even better an uploaded link of a portable cc since you guys already tried it, please?

  • > Also could someone tell me where to get dx9 installer that cameyo can record even with my original box? or do I have to use a virt. box to record it?

    You have to use VirtualBox or Vmware since the tool takes a snapshot of the system before and after installation. If the system isn't clean then it is more likely that the snapshot won't capture all the needed files.

    A fully working portable CC is going to be about 300MB...

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  • Since Virtual software makers are not my thing I'll do it the old and painful way. I found a list of dlls that might possibly be used in construct classic. They're in total as big as CC itself (~82mb) so I'll eliminate or add required dlls that will need to be placed into the cc folder where the exe is. I'm going to test it on a uni-library to see if it works tomorrow. If any of you have a virt box then please try it out and see if it works.

    <font face="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif">d3d9.dll

    d3d9cap.data

    d3dcompiler_33.dll to d3dcompiler_43.dll (maybe just _39.dll

    d3dx9_24.dll to d3dx9_43.dll (also maybe just _39.dll)

    x3daudio1_0.dll to x3daudio1_7.dll

    d3dcsx_42.dll and d3dcsx_43.dll (dx10 files but just in case)</font>

    If you don't know where it is well good luck finding it if you're using anything but win XP. Since I use win XP.

    In win xp goto 'windows' folder then look for 'system32' folder then scroll through the all files in alphabetical order.

  • You can use Dependency Walker to find out what dlls are needed.

    jangsy5 out of those files only

    XAPOFX1_1.dll and d3dx9_39.dll are needed.

    For Construct.exe you will also need the latest vc2005runtime update, or the latest versions of MFC80.dll, MSVCR80.dll and MSVCP80.dll.

    Any other dlls needed should already be included in standard windows installations.

  • Oh ic thanks a lot R0J0hound I didn't know such a software existed.

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