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# EDuke32-OldMP_Maintenance
This is an officially sanctioned build of EDuke32-OldMP, that fixes many known bugs, adds fraglimit support, backports some features of mainline EDuke32, and has a few CON features of it's own that are planned for mainline EDuke32 down the road.
All downloads can be found here: https://gitlab.com/mossj32/EDuke32-OldMP_Maintenance/tags
Discussion about this build should be done here: https://forums.duke4.net/topic/6523-eduke32-oldmp/
To compile on windows, you're going to need the following (your MinGW paths may vary):
* MinGW+MSYS, with all MSYS packages updated and installed.
* NASM (installed to C:\MinGW\msys\1.0\bin\nasm.exe).
* A set of properly built & installed vorbis/vorbisfile/ogg libraries in your MinGW/MSYS install.
* C:\MinGW\msys\1.0\bin in your windows PATH.
## Compiling
Compiling EDuke32-OldMP should be nearly identical to mainline EDuke32. The following EDuke32 Wiki articles should get you started:
From there, you should be able to open a normal windows command prompt in the same location as the makefile, and type "make".
- [Building EDuke32 on Windows](https://wiki.eduke32.com/wiki/Building_EDuke32_on_Windows#MinGW-w64.2FGCC_with_MSYS2)
- [Building EDuke32 on Linux](http://wiki.eduke32.com/wiki/Building_EDuke32_on_Linux)
For linux, these instructions should do: http://wiki.eduke32.com/wiki/Building_EDuke32_on_Linux
**Note:** For Windows builds, it's much preferred to use MinGW (32-bit) for OldMP, rather than 64-bit. 64-bit OldMP builds are likely to be very unstable on Windows.
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