How to build the Windows version

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=== Instructions for Compiling ===
=== Instructions for Compiling ===
* Install VS 2012 or later (2008 and 2010 might still work, but are unsupported). The free express versions work fine.
* Install VS 2012 or later (2008 and 2010 might still work, but are unsupported). The free express versions work fine.
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* Download and install a source package - either a released package or from [[Downloads#Latest_Development_Version|svn]].
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* Download and install a source package - either a released package or from our [http://supertuxkart.sourceforge.net/Source_control git/svn repositories].
* Download the latest dependency package depdendencies_for_0.8.2.zip from [https://sourceforge.net/projects/supertuxkart/files/SuperTuxKart%20Dependencies/Windows/ here]. Unzip it in the root directory, so that the dependencies directory is next to the src and data directory (if you are updating from a previous dependency package, you can delete the .dll files in the root directory, they are not needed anymore).
* Download the latest dependency package depdendencies_for_0.8.2.zip from [https://sourceforge.net/projects/supertuxkart/files/SuperTuxKart%20Dependencies/Windows/ here]. Unzip it in the root directory, so that the dependencies directory is next to the src and data directory (if you are updating from a previous dependency package, you can delete the .dll files in the root directory, they are not needed anymore).
* Download [http://www.cmake.org cmake] and install it. Then start cmake-gui and select the STK root directory as 'Where is the source code', and a new directory in the root directory (next to src, data etc) as build directory (for now I assume that this directory is called bld).
* Download [http://www.cmake.org cmake] and install it. Then start cmake-gui and select the STK root directory as 'Where is the source code', and a new directory in the root directory (next to src, data etc) as build directory (for now I assume that this directory is called bld).

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