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Script BASIC 2.2 Windows 64 bit beta release 3
« on: May 12, 2014, 12:02:59 AM »
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ScriptBasic v2.2
Variation >>Win7_64_VC12<< build 3
Magic value 859001648
Node size is 16
Extension interface version is 11
Compilation: May 10 2014 18:09:25
Executable: C:\sb22_64\bin\sb64.exe

This should be the easiest Script BASIC beta install yet with everything you need from this post. Create a C:\sb22_64 directory and unzip the Script BASIC 2.2 Windows 64 bit beta (attached) within it. You will find in the bin directory a file named SCRIBA.INI. Copy that to your C:\Windows directory. From the control panel -> System -> Advanced Settings -> Environmental Settings -> System Path add C:\sb22_64\bin to it. That should be all that is needed to install the core Script BASIC environment.

In the bin directory there are two versions of Script BASIC. sb64.exe is the console mode interpreter. sbw64.exe is the Windows GUI only (used with IUP or background tasks) scripts. You will find some example scripts in the test directory. You should be able to run any of the SB scripts I have posted here on the forum.

The following steps are to install the dependences for the Script BASIC extension modules.

GFX - This is the SDL_gfx extension module. In the lib directory of the Script BASIC directory you will find a SDL_gfx.dll file that needs to go into your C:\Windows\System32 directory. (64 bit libraries) You will also need to download HERE and copy the SDL.dll file to the same directory.

IUP - This is the IUP (Portable User Interface) extension module. I have provided a subset of the IUP & CD downloads to include only the needed DLLs. These need to be copied into your C:\Windows\System32 directory.  IUP and CD DLL files.

MySQL - This is a complete MySQL (server/client) install without the install. You can unzip THIS into your root directory and follow the setup and getting started guide.

cURL - This is the cURL internet protocol interface extension module. Extract and copy the DLLs to the C:\Windows\System32 directory. The file can be downloaded HERE.

Note - You may need to rename sb64.exe back to scriba.exe as Microsoft VC12 doesn't like renaming executables.   :-\  I was getting exception errors exiting GFX examples. Renaming sb64.exe back to scriba.exe elevated the problem. MinGW doesn't seem to have this issue.

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