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16 hours ago, mrexodia said:

In general you should have git installed in your path. I see your batch file uses svn, but that doesn’t make much sense...

To clone the full repo you can use:

git clone --recurse-submodules https://github.com/x64dbg/x64dbg

or:

git clone https://github.com/x64dbg/x64dbg

cd x64dbg

git submodule update --init

You can download git from https://git-scm.com/download/win just make sure to check to option to add it to your PATH :)

The issues your are having with Zydis are because x64dbg does not use the latest Zydis so compilation of a newer Zydis will fail

Like Mr. Exodia said:

1. Never clone the repo from browser, it will always miss the important files.

2. Don't use svn ether, sometimes the project may be a little outdated. copying the old Zydis wrapper folder actually worked out for me.

3. Always go with the ever trusted Git.

Hello Guys,

I would like to request a detailed instruction, perhaps a video tut on how to build the latest repository of x64DBG using visual studio 2013 (2017preferable). I have tried it so many times that I don't care anymore bothering you guys for this.

Also I would like to share this down-loader script to get the necessary files real quick. Cloning the repository used to be the easier way to go about this, but now it will miss some files and end up giving more troubles to tackle. I was working with Visual Studio 2017 so the script is set automatically select the platform tool set. Anyway give it a try, please help.

Regards,

Ben

 

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Solution

8 hours ago, mrexodia said:

In general you should have git installed in your path. I see your batch file uses svn, but that doesn’t make much sense...

To clone the full repo you can use:

git clone --recurse-submodules https://github.com/x64dbg/x64dbg

or:

git clone https://github.com/x64dbg/x64dbg

cd x64dbg

git submodule update --init

You can download git from https://git-scm.com/download/win just make sure to check to option to add it to your PATH :)

The issues your are having with Zydis are because x64dbg does not use the latest Zydis so compilation of a newer Zydis will fail

Like Mr. Exodia said:

1. Never clone the repo from browser, it will always miss the important files.

2. Don't use svn ether, sometimes the project may be a little outdated. copying the old Zydis wrapper folder actually worked out for me.

3. Always go with the ever trusted Git.

Hello Guys,

I would like to request a detailed instruction, perhaps a video tut on how to build the latest repository of x64DBG using visual studio 2013 (2017preferable). I have tried it so many times that I don't care anymore bothering you guys for this.

Also I would like to share this down-loader script to get the necessary files real quick. Cloning the repository used to be the easier way to go about this, but now it will miss some files and end up giving more troubles to tackle. I was working with Visual Studio 2017 so the script is set automatically select the platform tool set. Anyway give it a try, please help.

Regards,

Ben

 

Benten

Benten

Solution

 

8 hours ago, mrexodia said:

In general you should have git installed in your path. I see your batch file uses svn, but that doesn’t make much sense...

To clone the full repo you can use:

git clone --recurse-submodules https://github.com/x64dbg/x64dbg

or:

git clone https://github.com/x64dbg/x64dbg

cd x64dbg

git submodule update --init

You can download git from https://git-scm.com/download/win just make sure to check to option to add it to your PATH :)

The issues your are having with Zydis are because x64dbg does not use the latest Zydis so compilation of a newer Zydis will fail

Like Mr. Exodia said:

1. Never clone the repo from browser, it will always miss the important files.

2. Don't use svn ether, sometimes the project may be a little outdated. copying the old Zydis wrapper folder actually worked out for me.

3. Always go with the ever trusted Git.

Hello Guys,

I would like to request a detailed instruction, perhaps a video tut on how to build the latest repository of x64DBG using visual studio 2013 (2017preferable). I have tried it so many times that I don't care anymore bothering you guys for this.

Also I would like to share this down-loader script to get the necessary files real quick. Cloning the repository used to be the easier way to go about this, but now it will miss some files and end up giving more troubles to tackle. I was working with Visual Studio 2017 so the script is set automatically select the platform tool set. Anyway give it a try, please help.

Regards,

Ben

 

Benten

Benten

Solution

 

8 hours ago, mrexodia said:

In general you should have git installed in your path. I see your batch file uses svn, but that doesn’t make much sense...

To clone the full repo you can use:

git clone --recurse-submodules https://github.com/x64dbg/x64dbg

or:

git clone https://github.com/x64dbg/x64dbg

cd x64dbg

git submodule update --init

You can download git from https://git-scm.com/download/win just make sure to check to option to add it to your PATH :)

The issues your are having with Zydis are because x64dbg does not use the latest Zydis so compilation of a newer Zydis will fail

Like Mr. Exodia said:

1. Never clone the repo from browser, it will always miss the important files.

2. Don't use svn ether, sometimes the project may be a little outdated. copying the old Zydis wrapper folder actually worked out for me.

3. Always go with the ever trusted Git.

Hello Guys,

I would like to request a detailed instruction, perhaps a video tut on how to build the latest repository of x64DBG using visual studio 2013 (2017preferable). I have tried it so many times that I don't care anymore bothering you guys for this.

Also I would like to share this down-loader script to get the necessary files real quick. Cloning the repository used to be the easier way to go about this, but now it will miss some files and end up giving more troubles to tackle. I was working with Visual Studio 2017 so the script is set automatically select the platform tool set. Anyway give it a try, please help.

Regards,

Ben

x64dbgRepoDownloader.rar

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Hello Guys,

I would like to request a detailed instruction, perhaps a video tut on how to build the latest repository of x64DBG using visual studio 2013 (2017preferable). I have tried it so many times that I don't care anymore bothering you guys for this.

Also I would like to share this down-loader script to get the necessary files real quick. Cloning the repository used to be the easier way to go about this, but now it will miss some files and end up giving more troubles to tackle. I was working with Visual Studio 2017 so the script is set automatically select the platform tool set. Anyway give it a try, please help.

Regards,

Ben

x64dbgRepoDownloader.rar

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