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First off, setting up files;
If you have code you already want to compile, first, think of a name for the package, example MyMod, but maybe something more clever.
Create a folder in Deus Ex directory called MyMod (or whatever you want to call it).
Inside THAT, create a folder called Classes.
Inside THAT, put your .uc files.
Open DeusEx.ini file, search for the list of EditPackages, and at the bottom of that list, add your own, E.g. EditPackages=MyMod
This next part varies based on setups, but the end goal is to have the command line of your OS directed to Deus Ex/System.
Windows 7+: Shift-Right Click the background of the System folder with no files selected, and click Open Command Line Here.
Windows XP and earlier: Run > cmd.exe, and enter cd followed by the path to your DX system, e.g. cd C:/Deus Ex/System/
Linux: Theres many ways, the XP way works, but in the Thunar file editor, theres an option in the drop down box to Open Terminal Here.
Once you're there, enter ucc make
It'll attempt to compile the list, if the .u files exist, it'll skip it, so it'll ignore all the default DX files, and attempt your custom file.
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