In a “Developer Powershell for VS 2022” run:
git submodule init git submodule update --recursive .\prebuild.ps1 # Open GlosSI.sln and hit build! Invoke-Item GlosSI.sln
(Note: It can be the case that the first build fails as there are versioning files created when building. Just hit build again and you should be good to go!)
In addition to the above, you will need to install the required drivers:
Both of these can be downloaded from ViGEm’s website or by use of the
Linux support is currently not really implemented.
No guarantees that the build will even work. (It’s probably broken)
That said, very limited linux support is planned for the future.
No Guarantees that the build works out! GlosSITarget:
git submodule init git submodule update --recursive # build custom fork of SFML # do not use SFML you might've already installed ./buildSFML.sh cd GlosSITarget cmake -S . -B build cmake --build build