@Hopeless You can run the KA12 macro with your KA11 files.
It is exactly what I did.
Since starting with KA12 a couple of weeks ago, I have been sticking with it.
I havent had a real need to go back to use KA11. (some investigations did a cross comparison, but day to day have stuck with KA12)
@Ceci0724 welcome to redguides, welcome back to EQ, and welcome to world of assisted boxing!
I see you mention ideas of: "SK, Bard, Bst and maybe zerker. "
Let me recap a basic for you.
On your own, there is you - solo.
A solo player, can have a merc accompany them. A tank? A Healer? A DPS...
To set the scene, never played a bard but aware they are useful.
With my "alt-tab" boxing team, a bard was soon added.
Why? songs for travel and songs for combat.
Yet, VV/MQ2 is to take it a step further, but how?
Bard - the backing singer / musician
The bard is in the...
Not sure it's the right way forward, but as per the prompt - to define WINDOWS_IGNORE_PACKING_MISMATCH
Right click MQ2ShellCmd, and go for properties. Then drill down to the C/C++ preprocessor and edit to add the statement.
Rebuild that one package.
It appears NuGet is in pain.
It has configuration for local only media, it doesn't know about the webs.
I've added a source for it:-
... and now it seems to be doing stuff for the missing packages.
It's taking time though, hopefully it goes through okay.
Looking at the errors:
Parsing them out in notepad to make readable....
Error NuGet Package restore failed for project Submodules\MQ2Nav\MQ2Nav_Projects\MQ2Nav_MeshGenerator:
Unable to find version '1.72.0' of package 'boost'.
C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\NuGetPackages\...
Right click, "MQ2MyAwesomePlugin", in the solution explorer panel.
then left click the "build" at the very top of the huge list of menu options.
It goes away, and does just that.
2 build succeeded, 0 failed. 😜
@Knightly now then, those are the instructions we have been looking for!
I was able to use git, and grab the codes and see things in VS 2019.
you're right with regards the retarget stuff, progressing 2017 to current. (think version numbers seen are v141 -> v142?).
The dependency was placed...
are you sure thats the route you took?
"add" then "existing item" is inserting a file into the lineup, not the project for the plugin.
While asking that, is there nothing else you changed at all?
You didn't edit any files or any settings?
used the mkplugin tool.
used the mq2auth tool
saved the file it made.
launched visual studio 2019
opened the mq2 project
added my plugin to it.
set the dependencies for my plugin, to mq2main
tried to build, mq2main.
I've loaded the MQ2 "project" instead, and see a list of 15 sub-projects.
My plugin wasn't in that list so have added it.
Now I see some "build dependencies" stuff.
Will continue to hammer head on the wall....