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Self Compiling OxygenBasic
« on: March 26, 2018, 10:02:05 AM »
Well, I'm in the process of porting OxygenBasic to OxygenBasic, and getting a good dose of my own medicine, so to speak :)  As you may know, Oxygen is written in 32bit FreeBasic , and I want to ensure that the ported code is fully compatible with 64bit compiling.

o2 source code must be quite similar in size to that of EZGUI. But there are very few API calls. It is all Basic crunch-code with some Assembler.

For Types, and Typedefs I would recommend using the definitions documented for C/C++ at MSDN, rather than trying to adapt PB's 32bit definitions. We are currently using OpenGl C headers directly (from Khronos), and we have CoreWin for the Windows API.