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Hi. I am new to Game programming.

I just finished making very basic simple 3d game, and now interested in learning about making game engine at many different platform and many different type of game such as RTS, RPG and etc..

I picked up this one to study because it is RTS game that I have never tried programming, and also it support cross-platform.

As a novice programmer, I am very much used to GUI stuffs.

I just want to compile it using Eclipse or Netbeans on linux system.

Can any1 probably make a video or text instruction with some screenshot, or whatever that teaches about how to compile it on linux system using those IDE?

I think most of new game programmer rather want it to compile using graphical IDE like Eclipse but not typing in terminal to compile.

And then possibly I can study and research about source codes..

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Hi. I am new to Game programming.

I just finished making very basic simple 3d game, and now interested in learning about making game engine at many different platform and many different type of game such as RTS, RPG and etc..

I picked up this one to study because it is RTS game that I have never tried programming, and also it support cross-platform.

As a novice programmer, I am very much used to GUI stuffs.

I just want to compile it using Eclipse or Netbeans on linux system.

Can any1 probably make a video or text instruction with some screenshot, or whatever that teaches about how to compile it on linux system using those IDE?

I think most of new game programmer rather want it to compile using graphical IDE like Eclipse but not typing in terminal to compile.

And then possibly I can study and research about source codes..

I would strongly suggest that you learn how to compile it via the terminal, all our developers use it on linux and most veteran non-windows programmers do most of their work in terminal. The instructions on the wiki are detailed, step-by-step, and well tested.

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