It doesn't say on the website that it supports C++ Syntax, nor does it say whether or not it comes with a C++ compiler.
Could you elaborate on how you got it to work with the HL2 SDK and how you are compileing the DLL's?
Microsoft have released the compiler that comes with VC++ 6 (Which I think is what Valve use) for free. You can probably download it off MSDN and use it with Dev C++.
However I think the SDK relies on VC project files as well, which I don't think Dev C++ can handle. There might be a converter...
MMORPG's don't need to have cutting edge graphics and the Source engine isn't a static project. Valve are still developeing it and I think licensee's are privaliged to updates.
Not only that, but Half-Life 2's graphics depend more on which shaders it's useing rather than which version of the...
You may have to do ASM(asembler(sp?)) in electrical engineering, but if it's anything like A level electronics it will be outwieghed by the silly mathmatics.
Still if I can do it, most people can do it... or not as I apparantly live in an academic bubble and I'm not in University.
On the coolness scale it rates about -1 :laugh:
Instead of trying to tell you how to run a class file (which I have never done myself) or create jar file with a manifest file, I'll just post the jar file.
rename .zip to .jar
You need the JRE1.5 - 1.4 won't work.