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 This article will help you to create a project using the premake command supplied with Orx. These instructions largely replace the more manual IDE setup instructions by Grey:​[[en:​tutorials:​community:​grey|Setup tutorials by Grey]] This article will help you to create a project using the premake command supplied with Orx. These instructions largely replace the more manual IDE setup instructions by Grey:​[[en:​tutorials:​community:​grey|Setup tutorials by Grey]]
  
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 ==== Build the Orx project from Github ==== ==== Build the Orx project from Github ====
  
-You downloaded Orx, but now you need to build it. And your project needs to use compiled files from that Orx build. These steps are covered in [[en:​tutorials:​community:​sausage:​using-premake-to-create-build-projects|this article]]. Follow steps: **What is a build project?**, **Creating your build** and **Compiling orx from scratch**. Then you will have a compiled version of orx for your chosen IDE / OS.+You downloaded Orx, but now you need to build it. And your project needs to use compiled files from that Orx build. These steps are covered in [[en:​tutorials:​orx:​using-premake-to-create-build-projects|this article]]. Follow steps: **What is a build project?**, **Creating your build** and **Compiling orx from scratch**. Then you will have a compiled version of orx for your chosen IDE / OS.
  
  
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 ==== Notes ==== ==== Notes ====
  
-I have used codelite for windows as the example throughout. However there are many more IDE/OS combos available. You can find a complete list from the latest premake here: http://​industriousone.com/​what-premake or see what the current list is from the premake that ships with orx by checking the "All operating systems, architectures,​ build projects"​ section [[en:​tutorials:​community:​sausage:​using-premake-to-create-build-projects|here]] ​+I have used codelite for windows as the example throughout. However there are many more IDE/OS combos available. You can find a complete list from the latest premake here: http://​industriousone.com/​what-premake or see what the current list is from the premake that ships with orx by checking the "All operating systems, architectures,​ build projects"​ section [[en:​tutorials:​orx:​using-premake-to-create-build-projects|here]] ​
  
 ==== Premake Template ==== ==== Premake Template ====
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