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Discussion in '3DS - ROM Hacking, Translations and Utilities' started by hacksn5s4, May 9, 2016.
http://prntscr.com/b1ycnr so this happens when i try to do it
Oh you want some help ?
What about politeness then ?
A "Hello", "Can you help me, please ?" is not that much to write.
And of course a little more effort in writing your messages would be appreciated, we're not at your service.
You want our time to help you ? Give us the will to do so...
Now for your problem:
- Did you launch the startenv.bat first ?
- From the terminal showing up, did you type and launch the build.bat script ?
i just tired that but it still gives me the errors errors
I'm not home so it's all from memories, but here the steps to do if you have devkitpro and python2.7:
- Launch the startenv.bat
- A terminal will show up
- In this terminal type build.bat
- If there is no programming errors you'll have a line telling you that the plugin is compiled else you'll have the errors
oh i just realised i don't have python i though i did i must of uninstalled it cause another thing required a different ver of python
Okay, reinstall it and try again.
i have python 2.7 and dev kit pro but it keeps spiting out those errors it creates a file but its 31kb and it does not work and i tried doing cheats to and it also spits out the same file
Is it the same errors ?
Are you sure you're not executing the build.py but the build.bat ?
Your capture show that your using build.py instead of build.bat.
i clicked build.bat but it says build.py in the command prompt
No, you shouldn't click on build.bat.
Click on startenv.bat and on the terminal showing up type: build.bat.
thats what i did same thing happens as clicking build.bat
Well I don't know what you're doing exactly but if you have python2.7 and devkitpro there is something your doing wrong. :/
look at the screen shot and read what it says
I already did that and there is no
It's you who don't use it as you should.
It looks like you didn't launched startenv.bat first.
Add python2 to your path
You really should be a little bit more polite if you expect serious help.
Answering in 1-word-sentences isn't polite considering that there is a useful search engine that you can ask if you don't know something. Speaking of which, using Google Search instantly returns what you want. Just google "How to add python to path windows" and you see your solution.
doign that now