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urth1g
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Old 01-05-2023 , 20:12   Unable to compile plugin into .so file
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Hey guys,

I have given up and moved to Source Mod, with which I am hoping to have more luck but I am utterly confused on how to achieve what I want with metamod.

Namely, here are the steps that I took:

1. Made a local copy of hl2sdk-csgo
2. Inside of there, I had changed a serverplugin_sample.cpp
3. Built it - I got dll

As I understood it, the linux requires .so files instead of .dll and they should be placed inside serverfiles.

I was absolutely unable to build .so file and decided to give up.


Are there any tutorials on how to setup things and build for linux? I have a feeling that I also made a mistake in working directly under hl2sdk package and instead I should've worked outside of it, but was also unsucessful in that one as well.

Thanks in advance
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Old 01-13-2023 , 03:40   Re: Unable to compile plugin into .so file
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Compiling under Windows = .DLL
Compiling under Linux = .SO

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A .so library cannot be deployed on Windows and VS can't create one. But if what you want is to cross-compile for some platform (*NIX) which does support it, you can try using Cygwin
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