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[Reusable] SRB2NetPlus 2.2.4-v4: Play without control lag!

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There were several cases where people started claiming that they ported the Netplus mod to 2.2.9 and sending malicious executable files in Discord channels and DMs.

To combat this, I've quickly ported it to 2.2.9 myself. It's very-very buggy, it crashes, but it works!
UPDATE: Ported to 2.2.10!

To make sure that the source code is not malicious and trusted, I run a separate repository for it with commit signature verification process to prove that a specific code change comes from the original author and trusted source. It also gives you and other people the ability to ensure that no one can modify verified commits. In other words, the code change you see is really what the author wrote (i.e. it’s not been tampered with).

https://git.do.srb2.org/JohnFrostFox/netplus

There are no binary releases (read Windows "exe"s) as of yet, they'll be released once the mod gets more stable.

Remember to not to download and run exes from random people!
If source code is provided, it's safer to build the "exe" yourself. Consider running a virus scan, checking the properties and details of files before you run them. If you can, you may test them in sandbox environments such as isolated virtual machines. Report fakes to SRB2 staff in forums or Discord.
could you put a tutorial for the compiling? i followed the wiki but its just errors and warnings when i build the sl10 solution in visual studio 2022, originally i tried it with 2017 but that didnt work so i swapped to the newer one and that didnt work ethier. is there something im doing wrong?
 
could you put a tutorial for the compiling? i followed the wiki but its just errors and warnings when i build the sl10 solution in visual studio 2022, originally i tried it with 2017 but that didnt work so i swapped to the newer one and that didnt work ethier. is there something im doing wrong?
I don't use Visual Studio 20XX DEs. I've not tested MSVC compilers either. Only GNU C Compiler (GCC) is the option for me as I target multiple platforms/OSes.
Consider using CMake or Makefile. If you want to edit the code, Visual Studio Code with CMake or Makefile integrations is preffered.
 
I don't use Visual Studio 20XX DEs. I've not tested MSVC compilers either. Only GNU C Compiler (GCC) is the option for me as I target multiple platforms/OSes.
Consider using CMake or Makefile. If you want to edit the code, Visual Studio Code with CMake or Makefile integrations is preffered.
where do i get gcc?
 

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