Talk:FlightGear Git on Windows
Merge with FlightGear and Git
Rsbrflyer, can you please explain your request for a merge with FlightGear and Git? I myself think that we can have multiple articles, specialised at the multiple OSes living next to eachother. I have created a Git on... template to navigate easily through those pages. The FlightGear and Git page can then act as a portal to those links and contain some generic information about Git and FlightGear's repository.
Cheers, Gijs 15:42, 1 June 2010 (UTC)
The line of code for automating Getting the updates should have \win32 on the end.
- I don't know what line of code you're talking about, but feel free to edit the article if there's something wrong. It's a wiki after all ;-)
- Gijs 12:05, 5 November 2012 (EST)
It was this bit (fixed)
- If you want to automate this, you can run the installer in silent mode by passing the /S parameter, the /D parameter can be used to set the target directory into which he needs to install the binaries:
- e.g. fgfs_win32_vs2010_nightly_2.7.0.exe /S /D=C:\Flightgear\bin\win32
Macnab 12:10, 5 November 2012 (EST)