I am trying to build a project using a legacy version of JUCE (actually 2 of them - 4.1.0 and 4.2.0). While I will try to eventually get them up to latest, I do need to first build the project in its current state.
I’ve downloaded both versions of JUCE from the Releases section of the github repo, but I don’t think the latest (5.1.2) Projucer supports the old projects - I can’t save the project (and thus the Xcode/VS exports) because the Projucer doesn’t seem to recognize the old module structure.
If I have the binary (already built) version of the Introjucer (and older versions of the Projucer if it isn’t backwards compatible to 4.2.0), I would be able to save the projects and get those exports created for me, but I am unaware of on archive of the releases other than the github one which only tags the source tree (and doesn’t contain the binaries).
Is there such an archive? And what is the general way to deal with this problem?
Thanks in advance for any help.
In every release of JUCE, the Introjuce/Projucer have their exports (Xcode, VS, etc.) already created, so you don’t need to open the .jucer project of it - directly build using the export.