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IMPORTANT NOTICES! Last update: 8\2\13 *Sporadic updates* Please note that I am a college student and can't (although I'd like to) donate every living moment to updating and adding to my code. If you don't see an update for a month or two at a time, don't be alarmed; the project(s) have NOT BEEN abandoned. If it gets to that point, I will post as such here below. *Projct Development Update* The final version of AudioTester will be version 3.1 for x86 and x64. After this version, active development will no longer be maintained. The final version of x2x will be version 3.0 for x86 and x64. After this version, active development will no longer be maintained. RGN\Simple Random Numper Generator has changed names to Random Intiger Number Genrator, or RING. All URLs for the RGN project will still function. RGN\RING, and TaxRTip will eventually have thier console counterparts decpricated as GUI updates are developed. GTN\Guess the Number is still receving active development. There is a small issue in which during certain selection loops, entering anything other than a y or n will cause a program to exit. This is intended behavior and should be accepted as an alterantive way to exit. *Required Software*: The Microsoft .NET framework v4.0 or higher (Windows) or Mono framework 2.10 or higher (Linux or Windows) to run! *How to use source*: To use .cs source, open the file in you're IDE Of choice, and then open a new console project. Copy the contents of the .cs file into you're neow project! This may not be needed in certain cases of the solution file and folder (.sln) are provided in source) *Running under Mono using Windows*: Open the Mono command prompt, and type the following: (assuming default install directory and latest versions) Note: x64 Winows users should use \Program Files (x86)\ instead For TaxRTip 3.1 mono C:\Program Files\TaxRTip\TaxRTipV31.exe For RGN 2.0: mono C:\Program Files\RGN\RGNV20.exe for x2x 2.1: x2x AIO: mono C:\Program Files\x2x\x2xAIOV21.exe xbit2xbyte: mono C:\Program Files\x2x\xbit2xbytev21.exe xbyte2xbit: mono C:\Program Files\x2x\xbyte2xbitv21.exe for GuessTheNumber: mono C:\Program Files\GTN\V1.0\guessthenumber.exe for Audiotester: for x86 version: mono C:\Program Files\ATR\x86\V1.0\atnx86.exe for x64 version: mono C:\Program Files\ATR\x64\V1.0\atnx64.exe *Installer Behavior*: By default, the installer will upgrade your current version of whatever you are installing, but may leave behind older versions of the source and program, making the install folder a mess A workarround is being worked on. UPDATE: Default behavior changed. Programs will now install to a sepreate directory for each version, at which any version that is not wanted any longer can be safely deleted, or kept if so desired. For programs that are both released in x86 and x64 variants, a sperate directory for each platform will be made, and each version will reside in that directory. *What to know about x64 versions of programs* The x64 versions of programs WILL NOT RUN on x86 machines or x86 operating systems. You need a x64 CPU and OS to run that version of the program. However, the x86 versions of programs WILL RUN on BOTH sets of hardware and software, but can't take advantage of x64 enchancments. There is a bug in which 64 bit versions of programs will install to \Program Files (x86)\ instead of \Program Files\. This is not a major issue and will be fixed in future updates. *ReactOS Support*: Under ReactOS v0.3.14 using Mono 2.10, w/o GTK# or any other install option, things seem to work okay and not crash, but this cannot be garunteed. Running under ReactOS is at you own risk, may break at anytime, is unoffical, and unsupported at this time. *Mac OS X Support*: Mac OS X Support may come in the future as development moves away from console based programs to those that use a GUI. *Linux Support* Linux support is to the fullest ability, but some features may not be on par with Windows versions. Some distros may need Mono to be installed as some do not come with it by default, such as Ubuntu 12.04 and higher.
Source: ReadMe.txt, updated 2013-08-02