Ogre AppWizards 1.8.0

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Re: Ogre AppWizards 1.7.2

Post by jacmoe » Sun Jul 03, 2011 9:50 pm

Wizards have been updated to match current Ogre SDKs. :wink:

Important Change:
The order of createFrameListener and createScene has been swapped around to match the Ogre Wiki Tutorial Framework (and the old example framework).

Nice change:
Finally, the 'basepath cannot be relative' error when not using postbuild copy was fixed - please report any issues. :)

See first post for download links..
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Re: Ogre AppWizards 1.7.3 / 1.7.2

Post by jacmoe » Thu Mar 29, 2012 6:58 pm

The project has moved to Bitbucket:

https://bitbucket.org/jacmoe/ogreappwizards

Would make it easier if anyone likes to contribute as it's easier to create forks and issue pull requests.
Update your links/bookmarks. :)
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Re: Ogre AppWizards 1.7.3 / 1.7.2

Post by Markohs » Fri May 11, 2012 11:03 am

Just downloaded this and it works perfect, just one problem, I have the Ogre 1.7.4 SDK and it tried to include/link against boost_1_44 instead of boost_1_47.

Thank you for this wizard!
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Re: Ogre AppWizards 1.8.0

Post by jacmoe » Sat May 26, 2012 6:51 am

Shiny new Ogre AppWizards for Ogre 1.8.0 has been uploaded! :)

Get it from Bitbucket:
https://bitbucket.org/jacmoe/ogreappwizards

Or, by using these direct links:

Windows:
Ogre AppWizard 1.8.0 for Code::Blocks
Ogre AppWizard 1.8.0 for Visual C++ 2010 Express (VC10)
Ogre AppWizard 1.8.0 for Visual C++ 2010 (VC10)
Ogre AppWizard 1.8.0 for Visual C++ 2008 Express (VC9)
Ogre AppWizard 1.8.0 for Visual C++ 2008 (VC9)
Ogre AppWizard 1.8.0 for Visual Studio 2005 (VC8)

Linux:
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Markohs wrote:Just downloaded this and it works perfect, just one problem, I have the Ogre 1.7.4 SDK and it tried to include/link against boost_1_44 instead of boost_1_47.
That's history now. :)
I told the Ogre team to not hardcode the Boost version in the directory. :twisted:

So, in theory, you will not need to upgrade your Ogre AppWizard unless the Ogre interface used by the actual code changes.
Which is good news.
It also means that the wizards will work straight out of the box, regardless of whatever version of Boost whoever used to create whatever Ogre sdk you're using. :wink:
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Re: Ogre AppWizards 1.8.0

Post by jacmoe » Mon May 28, 2012 12:59 am

I've added a preview QtCreator project wizard.

I've no idea why I did it, since QtCreator now supports CMake directly, even on Windows.
But I guess I gave it a go just 'because'.. ;)

[s]Attached to this post - please try it out.
Tested on Windows, but should work on Linux as well. Will test there later.

QtCreator wizard:[/s]
<removed - see first post of topic>

[s]Installation instructions:

Unzip and put in qtCreator/share/qtcreator/templates/wizards.[/s]
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Re: Ogre AppWizards 1.8.0

Post by jacmoe » Sun Jun 03, 2012 12:16 pm

AppWizards for Linux (KDevelop) and QtCreator (Linux and Windows) has been added - see the first post. ;)
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Re: Ogre AppWizards 1.8.0

Post by strich » Wed Jul 25, 2012 3:24 am

I just wanted to post to say thank you for this little application. I've just compiled and run the standard VS10 app and its worked flawlessly. Seriously awesome work at getting us into Ogre so much quicker.
Couple of questions:
  • What is Postbuild Copy?
  • Probably related to the above question - My project currently compiles and copies the exec into the SDK. As it stands right now I have the VS project folder as well as a seperate SDK folder. What is the best way to combine these so I've got it all under one roof?
  • The Standard Application looks very nicely done. I've done yet taken a good long look at all the code, but do you think it could be used as the complete basis for a full game project? I'm currently reading up on how to architecturally develop in Ogre for the first time.
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Re: Ogre AppWizards 1.8.0

Post by jacmoe » Thu Jul 26, 2012 10:32 pm

strich wrote:What is Postbuild Copy?
It's a copy command which is part of the postbuild event - named postbuild copy for short.
strich wrote:Probably related to the above question - My project currently compiles and copies the exec into the SDK. As it stands right now I have the VS project folder as well as a seperate SDK folder. What is the best way to combine these so I've got it all under one roof?
I tend to use a simple batch script which copies from $OGRE_HOME/bin directory, and I just run it 'manually'.
I could call that batch script from a post-build event somewhere, but then it would trigger after each build.
I am actually using CMake for that - see the setting up an application with cmake in the wiki (here).
strich wrote:The Standard Application looks very nicely done. I've done yet taken a good long look at all the code, but do you think it could be used as the complete basis for a full game project? I'm currently reading up on how to architecturally develop in Ogre for the first time.
I would - and I am - using CMake for larger projects as it's more flexible.
You can base a larger project on an OgreAppwizard generated project, but it would probably be much more manageable if you chose the CMake route.
It depends on what kind of workflow you like.
Basically, all the wizard does is set up the project settings (compiler/linker) for Ogre programming, so that won't stand in your way.

I hope that answers your questions. :)
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Re: Ogre AppWizards 1.8.0

Post by TheSHEEEP » Sun Aug 26, 2012 9:59 am

jacmoe wrote: I could call that batch script from a post-build event somewhere, but then it would trigger after each build.
I do such a thing automatically in a makefile when compiling my projects with MinGW. I use the "cp" command for that.
It has a parameter that only copies files over if they are actually newer or not there in the target folder.
There also must be a way to do that for each platform/compiler. Afaik, "cp" is Linux and there must be an equivalent for Windows, though I don't know if "copy" can be that "intelligent" ;)
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Re: Ogre AppWizards 1.8.0

Post by jacmoe » Wed Sep 12, 2012 10:27 pm

It can be fairly intelligent.
I think there's something in the wiki article on creating your own CMake script for Ogre using projects. :)
Using cp and xcopy (IIRC).
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Re: Ogre AppWizards 1.8.0

Post by alangunning » Wed Nov 07, 2012 12:37 am

Please is it possible to update to work for Visual C++ 2012 ??

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Re: Ogre AppWizards 1.8.0

Post by Cardedon » Tue Feb 26, 2013 11:42 pm

Hi guys,
I tryed to use it on CodeBlocks but is not working.
I followed the instructions on the codeblocks zip file.
After i installed the appwizard codeblocks say there is an error starting the wizard.

Someone have the same issue?
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Re: Ogre AppWizards 1.8.0

Post by Cmdu76 » Tue Jun 11, 2013 6:14 pm

Hi !

I have an error :

obj\Debug\BaseApplication.o||In function `_static_initialization_and_destruction_0':|
C:\SDK\OgreSDK_MinGW_v1-8-1\boost\boost\system\error_code.hpp|214|undefined reference to `boost::system::generic_category()'|
C:\SDK\OgreSDK_MinGW_v1-8-1\boost\boost\system\error_code.hpp|215|undefined reference to `boost::system::generic_category()'|
C:\SDK\OgreSDK_MinGW_v1-8-1\boost\boost\system\error_code.hpp|216|undefined reference to `boost::system::system_category()'|
obj\Debug\OgreTestApplication.o||In function `_static_initialization_and_destruction_0':|
C:\SDK\OgreSDK_MinGW_v1-8-1\boost\boost\system\error_code.hpp|214|undefined reference to `boost::system::generic_category()'|
C:\SDK\OgreSDK_MinGW_v1-8-1\boost\boost\system\error_code.hpp|215|undefined reference to `boost::system::generic_category()'|
C:\SDK\OgreSDK_MinGW_v1-8-1\boost\boost\system\error_code.hpp|216|undefined reference to `boost::system::system_category()'|
||=== Build finished: 6 errors, 0 warnings (0 minutes, 5 seconds) ===|
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Re: Ogre AppWizards 1.8.0

Post by jokoon » Mon Aug 26, 2013 12:24 am

why is this still pinned, it seems old... what is appwizard ?
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Re: Ogre AppWizards 1.8.0

Post by jokoon » Tue Aug 27, 2013 3:13 pm

Cmdu76 wrote:Hi !

I have an error :

obj\Debug\BaseApplication.o||In function `_static_initialization_and_destruction_0':|
C:\SDK\OgreSDK_MinGW_v1-8-1\boost\boost\system\error_code.hpp|214|undefined reference to `boost::system::generic_category()'|
C:\SDK\OgreSDK_MinGW_v1-8-1\boost\boost\system\error_code.hpp|215|undefined reference to `boost::system::generic_category()'|
C:\SDK\OgreSDK_MinGW_v1-8-1\boost\boost\system\error_code.hpp|216|undefined reference to `boost::system::system_category()'|
obj\Debug\OgreTestApplication.o||In function `_static_initialization_and_destruction_0':|
C:\SDK\OgreSDK_MinGW_v1-8-1\boost\boost\system\error_code.hpp|214|undefined reference to `boost::system::generic_category()'|
C:\SDK\OgreSDK_MinGW_v1-8-1\boost\boost\system\error_code.hpp|215|undefined reference to `boost::system::generic_category()'|
C:\SDK\OgreSDK_MinGW_v1-8-1\boost\boost\system\error_code.hpp|216|undefined reference to `boost::system::system_category()'|
||=== Build finished: 6 errors, 0 warnings (0 minutes, 5 seconds) ===|
Had the same error. I guess it's a matter of how the appwizard generate the codeblock thing. Problem is jacmoe can't always keep up with each version of ogre being released.
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Re: Ogre AppWizards 1.8.0

Post by juansmith » Sat Sep 28, 2013 12:40 pm

The installer installs the wizard automatically.So all you have to do is run it.Then find the wizard in Visual Studio.
I had to change it due to permission issues on Vista and Windows 7.
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Re: Ogre AppWizards 1.8.0

Post by IanBray » Wed Dec 04, 2013 1:50 am

Hi again guys. Progress report. Gone a slightly different route this time.

I reinstalled everything, then dropped the Ogre AppWizard into the latest C::B

I built it and got to exactly the same place I was before using the manual install method, which nearly drove me nuts last night.

I bit the bullet and commented out the deprecated boost defines, where the compiler was hanging, and damn, it worked, (but probably not a good idea), still I had the graphics screen with FPS on the left and "Ogre" on the right. I dont know if thats what I should be seeing.

Ok, my toesies are in the water.

Not so fast there. Judging by Tutorial One, I should be seeing a big green monster! Trys again sigh.
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Re: Ogre AppWizards 1.8.0

Post by Walta69 » Wed May 21, 2014 6:09 pm

I downloaded this appwizard, installed it and created a project.

I get errors with the include #include "OgreOverlaySystem.h" - "does not exist"

I am using Ogre 1.9. Is there a different appwizard I should download?

Any help would be appreciated :)
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Re: Ogre AppWizards 1.8.0

Post by c6burns » Wed May 21, 2014 6:13 pm

This was never updated for 1.9. You can either update each project after you create it, using the 1.9 tutorial framework: http://www.ogre3d.org/tikiwiki/Ogre+Wik ... +Framework

Or you can go into C:\Program Files (x86)\Ogre VC10 Express AppWizard, or wherever you installed it, and update the appropriate files in templates and scripts folders. templates has the actual code, and scripts has a js file that determines your project settings (where you will need to include and link to the new overlay component)
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Re: Ogre AppWizards 1.8.0

Post by Walta69 » Wed May 21, 2014 6:34 pm

I updated the project files with the new tutorial framework and it still can't see OgreOverlaySystem.h.

I'll try editing the template files quickly
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Re: Ogre AppWizards 1.8.0

Post by Walta69 » Wed May 21, 2014 6:38 pm

Excuse my ill-knowledge, but how exactly would I include the OgreOverlaySystem.h file via the .js file? :)
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Re: Ogre AppWizards 1.8.0

Post by gmackay11 » Thu Jun 26, 2014 9:48 pm

I have modified the OGRE3D Wizard files for OGRE3D 1.9.0 and placed into a ZIP file for Visual Studio 10 only.

Here it is....

http://www.slctech.org/~mackay/OGRE3D/O ... Wizard.zip

Just uncompress this and put the root files into the existing Ogre3D AppWizard directory (in C:\Program Files (x86)\Ogre VC10 AppWizard )
(We need this for our labs :D )

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Re: Ogre AppWizards 1.7.3 / 1.7.2

Post by kuo » Wed Jun 10, 2015 7:45 pm

jacmoe wrote:The project has moved to Bitbucket:

https://bitbucket.org/jacmoe/ogreappwizards

Would make it easier if anyone likes to contribute as it's easier to create forks and issue pull requests.
Update your links/bookmarks. :)

The page is not available now. Could you activate it?

Thanks.
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Re: Ogre AppWizards 1.7.3 / 1.7.2

Post by Zonder » Thu Jun 11, 2015 10:58 am

kuo wrote:
jacmoe wrote:The project has moved to Bitbucket:

https://bitbucket.org/jacmoe/ogreappwizards

Would make it easier if anyone likes to contribute as it's easier to create forks and issue pull requests.
Update your links/bookmarks. :)

The page is not available now. Could you activate it?

Thanks.
It's now here https://bitbucket.org/ogreaddons/ogreappwizards like a lot of other projects as well.
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