Choosing which compiler to use

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This article (or part thereof) is obsolete. It may have made sense in the past, but it does not make sense now. It is kept here only for historic curiosity and/or posterity.
FreeBasic is the only compiler which can compile the current OHRRPGCE source. QuickBasic can be used to compile old (hasta-la-qb or earlier) QB-supporting releases.


FreeBasic is what you should be using. Only OHR versions since Serendipity can be compiled with it. You should use the latest version.

QuickBasic 4.5[edit]

For most of its development, the OHRRPGCE has been compiled with QuickBasic 4.5. If you are working with older versions, you may need this.

QuickBasic 7.1[edit]

QuickBasic 4.5 versions of the OHRRPGCE also have limited support for QuickBasic 7.1 PDS. However, due to some problems, this is not recommended unless you are unable to run QB45 on your computer for some reason.

Other Languages[edit]

If you want to be working in other languages, such as Python or C++ you should read about OHRRPGCE Source Ports

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