Hobbyist-grade block-based game.
 
 
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README.md

Technetium

Hobbyist-grade block-based game.

Building

Building Technetium is only possible in a Linux environment.

Dependencies

Building Technetium requires two types of dependencies to be installed: 1) The system dependencies, and 2) Dependency Libraries.

The required system dependencies are:

  • bash
  • GNU Compiler Collection (gcc)
  • Basic Utilities and Libraries (System Headers, pre-installed on most distros)

The dependency libraries are managed by the Technetium Build Script; it's not necessary to know about them for simply building the project.

It's still necessary to run the following two commands for cloning and building the dependencies:

./build.bash update-deps
./build.bash dependencies

The first command gets the dependencies via Git and the second one builds it.

Building the project

There are three different profiles in which Technetium can be built:

Release

Finished builds ready to be played.

./build.bash release

Debug

In-development builds which are not meant to be played.

./build.bash debug

Small

Tries to minimize the executable size. Interesting for comparison against the release mode or even debug mode, with their big executable size.

./build.bash small