Kha

<Portable Multimedia Framework>

Install

everything you need is easy. Follow these steps!

Kode Studio
An IDE for Kha

The easiest way to get started is to use Kha's IDE Kode Studio. Download and unpack the latest version of Kode Studio for your system.

Create

your project and conquer the world!

You can easily start a new project skeleton for Kha. Create a new directory and open it in Kode Studio via the Open Folder command in the File menu.

Now hit F1 and enter Kha - hit the "Init Kha Project" option.

Start

and debug your application.

Batteries are included, use the debugging tab to the left (or just hit F5) to start your new Kha application.

Debugging features like breakpoints work as you'd expect.

Build

to any supported target and spread to all.

Kha doesn't try to directly compile projects completely. Instead it creates project files for the most popular IDEs, allowing you to debug, profile, tweak, develop or just compile the project. This is a little less convenient but much more flexible.

Hit F1, enter Kha and choose "Compile Kha Project".

It will bring up a list of supported target systems and build the project for the system you chose. For Windows this will generate a Visual Studio solution, for macOS an Xcode project.

Project files are by default created inside of a build subdirectory. When using Windows you will eventually have to install Microsoft's dxwebsetup.exe. This is included in Kha's Kore/Tools/krafix subdirectory.