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ScriptBasic 2.1 Windows
« on: September 06, 2009, 07:26:45 PM »
ScriptBasic Windows 2.1 RC1 has been released.

Release Notes - Armando Rivera

  • Full release includes pre-built binaries, source and documentation
  • All modules except the hash module seem to be working.
  • Berkeley DB is original pre-compiled extension module that Peter Verhas released.

** Scriptbasic Updated 3rd Party Module Support **

-- 2009-09-06 AIR --
The following Modules have been updated to use newer versions
of 3rd party libararies:

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| MODULE      LIBRARY VERSION       |
 ----------------------------------------
   GD      2.0.35
   CURL      7.19.5
   MYSQL   6.0.2(CONNECTOR)
   XML      2.7.3
   PSQL      8.4.0-1
   ZLIB      1.2.3
   
Import Libraries and Includes for the above are located
in the Module_Support folder.

The entire package has been rebuilt using VC++9.  Version 7 is the minimum
required version for compiling from source.

Please read the license.txt file for general licencing terms.

The 3rd party libraries may be governed by different licencing.  Please read
their licencing terms when you download each library from the provider.

AIR.

« Last Edit: September 20, 2009, 01:50:48 PM by support »
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ScriptBasic Windows 2.1 RC2
« Reply #1 on: September 11, 2009, 10:40:11 PM »
ScriptBasic 2.1 RC2 has been released.

  • HASH extension module that didn't make it in RC1 is included.
  • The sbhttpd application webserver didn't start using MS VC9.
  • RC2 package was rebuilt using MS VC7.
  • The -f (path to conf) was added to sbhttpd. (standard command line switch with scriba)

ScriptBasic 2.1 RC2 Windows Download

ScriptBasic Windows Install

Unzip to where you want ScriptBasic to reside. Armando created the installed directory structure and is ready to run. Adding the bin directory to your search path is convenient.

Your feedback would be appreciated.

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Updated extension module library DLL pack
« Reply #2 on: September 12, 2009, 10:37:40 PM »
Quote from: AIR
This dll pack contains the required dlls for the updated modules.

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bgd.dll
comerr32.dll
gssapi32.dll
iconv.dll
k5sprt32.dll
krb5_32.dll
libcurl.dll
libeay32.dll
libexslt.dll
libiconv-2.dll
libintl-8.dll
libmysql.dll
libpq.dll
libxml2.dll
libxmlsec-mscrypto.dll
libxmlsec-openssl.dll
libxmlsec.dll
libxslt.dll
ssleay32.dll
zlib1.dll

Download - (unzip into the \WINDOWS\System32 directory) Updated Zip

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Re: ScriptBasic 2.1 Windows
« Reply #3 on: December 25, 2009, 11:35:36 AM »
ScriptBasic Windows Install

    * download and unzip to a temporary directory.
    * from a console window, change directory to the scriptbasic directory.
    * to install in the directory of your choice, type install.cmd d:\install_path
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This does not do anything on windows xp.

install.cmd d:\install_path






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Re: ScriptBasic 2.1 Windows
« Reply #4 on: December 25, 2009, 09:11:15 PM »
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install.cmd d:\install_path

I assume your substituting d:\install_path for the directory you want ScriptBasic installed, correct?

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Re: ScriptBasic 2.1 Windows
« Reply #5 on: December 28, 2009, 06:40:22 PM »
for ScriptBasic Windows 2.1 RC2

I assume your substituting d:\install_path for the directory you want ScriptBasic installed, correct?
yes
install.cmd file not found

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Re: ScriptBasic 2.1 Windows
« Reply #6 on: December 28, 2009, 11:25:50 PM »
Your will find install.cmd in your source directory.

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REM
REM FILE: install.cmd
REM
REM Run this command script to install ScriptBasic after it was compiled
REM from source. The installation directory is T:\ScriptBasic
REM
REM This installation is needed by the setup program pack.cmd to build
REM the compressed binary installation package using the files put into
REM that directory.
REM
REM This script only checks that the two version of the compilers supported
REM and calls the basic program install.sb to do the work.
REM

IF EXIST bin\vc7\exe\scriba.exe GOTO VC7INSTALL
IF EXIST bin\bcc\exe\scriba.exe GOTO BCCINSTALL
GOTO ENDLABEL

:VC7INSTALL
IF "%1" == "" GOTO VC7IPRD
bin\vc7\exe\scriba install.sb %1 vc7
GOTO ENDLABEL
:VC7IPRD
bin\vc7\exe\scriba install.sb T:\ScriptBasic vc7
GOTO ENDLABEL

:BCCINSTALL
IF "%1" == "" GOTO BCCIPRD
bin\bcc\exe\scriba install.sb %1 bcc
GOTO ENDLABEL
:BCCIPRD
bin\bcc\exe\scriba install.sb T:\ScriptBasic bcc
GOTO ENDLABEL

:ENDLABEL
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Re: ScriptBasic 2.1 Windows
« Reply #7 on: January 01, 2010, 10:57:34 AM »
Then these directions are wrong:

ScriptBasic Windows Install

    * download and unzip to a temporary directory.
    * from a console window, change directory to the scriptbasic directory.
    * to install in the directory of your choice, type install.cmd d:\install_path

ScriptBasic is now ready to use.

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Should be:

ScriptBasic Windows Install

    * download and unzip to a temporary directory.
    * from a console window, change directory to the scriptbasic source directory.
    * to install in the directory of your choice, type install.cmd d:\install_path

ScriptBasic is now ready to use.
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An other point is that this is done in a dos window, dos box, at the command prompt, not a console. A console is for the linux system.



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Re: ScriptBasic 2.1 Windows
« Reply #8 on: January 01, 2010, 09:22:54 PM »
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An other point is that this is done in a dos window, dos box, at the command prompt, not a console. A console is for the linux system.

Windows no longer supports a 16 bit DOS console. The Windows console mode is a 32 bit Windows application for a text mode interface. A console mode interface means the same thing no matter what OS your using. IMO

I updated the install instructions above based on your comments.

So, were you able to get ScriptBasic installed and working?




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Re: ScriptBasic 2.1 Windows
« Reply #9 on: January 03, 2010, 10:58:37 AM »
No, but the installs from here work straight away:
http://www.scriptbasic.com

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Re: ScriptBasic 2.1 Windows
« Reply #10 on: January 03, 2010, 11:02:20 AM »
The 2.0 release is over 7 years old and I would be surprised if some of the extension modules like MySQL, Curl and others would work.

Can you be more specific to what didn't work with the 2.1 install?

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Re: ScriptBasic 2.1 Windows
« Reply #11 on: January 11, 2010, 02:39:31 AM »
I have changed the install instructions above. Arrmando already created the installed directory structure and removed the bin directory in source. (why install.cmd  didn't work) I didn't notice the change from RC1 to RC2. If you recompile ScriptBasic, a new bin directory will be created in the source directory and the install.cmd file install process can be used once again.

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