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    [Guide] How To Compile a Aspire Core WoW Server!

    Hi MMOwned Members!
    I am going to Teach you the Simplest Way to Compile a Server!
    Step 1!

    To compile the Any Emulator, you will need the following Programs:

    SVN Handler, I recommend TortoiseSVN: tortoisesvn.tigris.org

    A compiling Program, I use Microsoft Visual C++: http:// http://www.microsoft.com/express/vc/

    once these 2 programs have been installed an are ready for use, please continue



    step 2. Getting Your Source Files!

    Create a New Folder On your Computer
    Prefferably something easy like " Aspire Source " or something.
    Next, You will need an SVN Adress, i will not post it in here in the guide so leechers dont abuse.
    But Anyone with a simple Brain an Google Can Find Aspire SVN Adress.

    step 3. Downloading your source
    Right Click your New Aspire Source Folder An Press " SVN Checkout "
    It Will Have an Empty URL Bar, Here is where you put in the SVN Adress.

    Next Click " OK " ab the Sources will proceed to download unless your SVN URL is Wrong.


    Step 3.1 While your Waiting
    Depending if your core is " Stable " or a " Trunk "
    You may need to get Ascent Windows Libraries for Visual studios 2008

    Simply download here
    Code:
    http://filebeam.com/44c5ae2aa19266452590eab37b04218c
    http://rapidshare.com/files/99571783/ascent-windows-libraries.zip.html

    Follow The Readme inside!

    Step 4. Compiling!
    Once Your Sources have Completed Downloading Your Ready to Bear The Fruits of your Labor.

    Simply Go into your " Aspire Source " Folder
    Then into The "Trunk" or "Branch" Folder Depending on wich one you got
    Then into The" Win " An Open up "AscentVC90.slc"
    Visual Studios Will Open up an Youll see a list on the side.
    Well nevermind anything here Except That Gorgeous little " Build " Tab at the top
    click it, then roll on down to " Configuration Properties " or Something like that
    An where the drop menu Says " Debug " Switch it to " Release " then click OK
    Now Youll be back at the screen you were Before
    Click the Build Tab, then click Build Solution an BAM! 5 - 15 minutes later youll have your Core Wich will be located in your " Aspire Source" Folder inside the "Bin" Folder.

    YAY!!! youve Compiled Your First Core!!!! Check back Next time for more Guides by XCatalystX

    [Guide] How To Compile a Aspire Core WoW Server!
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    I've tryed doing this a million times on my server pc, never works, always get 1 success and 4 errors on the core compile... and I've followed the instructions about as well as you possibly ever could

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