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A little try with SDL 2 Library and SDL 2 GFX.

SDL2_Let It Snow.au3

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Edit : SDL2.dll and SDL2-Gfx.dll are now located in the tempdir and not called in memory.

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I'm getting an error message

SDL2_gfx.dll can not be loaded !

within _SDL2_GFX_Startup() function. Any limitation using the SDL2_gfx.dll? 


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I works now. I would have used this tune instead: http://modarchive.org/index.php?request=view_by_moduleid&query=47845

 

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In the MemLib_BuildImportTable function when loading SDL2_GFX.dll, it ask for get a SDL2.dll handle.

If i load dll in memory it fail because it do not find the sdl2.dll to import.

Is there a way to import it from memory (instead of phisically)??? :huh2:

 

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since I wanted to see it, my fix was to

Local $bin = wateverdll()
    If Not FileExists(@ScriptDir&'\watever.dll') Then FileWrite(@ScriptDir&'\watever.dll',$bin)

for all 3 DLLs, and got the @UEZ .xm file, but don't know how to play it.

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since I wanted to see it, my fix was to

Local $bin = wateverdll()
    If Not FileExists(@ScriptDir&'\watever.dll') Then FileWrite(@ScriptDir&'\watever.dll',$bin)

for all 3 DLLs, and got the @UEZ .xm file, but don't know how to play it.

You can use bass.dll for play xm file.

I already listen to this xm file but the Sid file i have selected is more melodious...


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and got the @UEZ .xm file, but don't know how to play it.

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since I wanted to see it, my fix was to

Local $bin = wateverdll()
    If Not FileExists(@ScriptDir&'\watever.dll') Then FileWrite(@ScriptDir&'\watever.dll',$bin)

for all 3 DLLs, and got the @UEZ .xm file, but don't know how to play it.

You can either use one of wakillon's chiptunes players or this here from trancexx: XM Player


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since I wanted to see it, my fix was to

Local $bin = wateverdll()
    If Not FileExists(@ScriptDir&'\watever.dll') Then FileWrite(@ScriptDir&'\watever.dll',$bin)

for all 3 DLLs, and got the @UEZ .xm file, but don't know how to play it.

There is 4 DLL : lzma.dll, titchysid.dll, sdl2.dll and sdl2_gfx.dll

The first 2 are loaded in memory, but the last 2, due to sdl2_gfx.dll who need to import sdl2.dll, are open with DllOpen.


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