Hi all! I was looking forward to this updaet to test multi-theading online. It's fine :) , but it also adds a flashing gui-object saying some percent number and I don't know how to turn off. I also like idea of rejoining games. I tried it out but it was slow for me most the time. Sometimes it seemed to be at gamespeed or even slower.when i turned of the GUI [F5] it was about twice as fast. Now I'd like to request some more speed in that great feature by i.e. skipping visual rendering of some frames automatically if you are not at 10 times of the games speed or sth. Have fun Lelousius
uploading the 0.82.3 source tarball on the mirror would be nice for me to update the Mac version
The non-mirror (i.e. SF) was working fine
Either way, fixed now, thanks for reporting!
sorry, forgot to point out.. The Mac version dls and builds automatically via MacPorts, though for some reason the MacPorts system is unable to fetch directly from the sf repo (it used to be possible, so either I messed up somewhere, or sf simply blocked direct non-http dl to force people to fetch manually and view those nice ads before downloading... sick ).
though for some reason the MacPorts system is unable to fetch directly from the sf repo (it used to be possible, so either I messed up somewhere, or sf simply blocked direct non-http dl to force people to fetch manually and view those nice ads before downloading....
sf's direct links include a timestamp, make sure to update that ( not sure if simply updating it would suffice tho )
Since the headless-related targets were not working on Mac (and still aren't, sorry I really have no time to look into that these days), I used to replace "make && make install" by "make spring && make install", which worked fine for 0.81.2.1 (cmake options unchanged).
It seems though the install rules have changed in the Makefile as of 0.82.x releases. "make install" won't work anymore due to missing stuff (this actually makes more sense than before since I only ask to build spring). So I replaced that with "make install-spring", which does well until it tries to install AI-related stuff (which isn't built by "make spring"). Here's the tail of my log:
Indeed, your direct link works (I've update the Portfile accordingly). It's the built-in "direct sf" download which pointed to a wrong place (some server named internalap at sf). I'll push the info to the MacPorts dev.
daftalx, that should be fixed in master (not the HL & DS thing, but the make spring and make install-spring).
Well, yeah, it's fixed... and now that it builds fine it won't run anymore http://pastebin.ca/1918253. I've also noticed the unitsync lib now has ".so" extension instead of ".dylib". I hope this is not a side-effect from too much merging with the linux build...
umm... no idea how to read anything useful out of that stack trace. is that with debug symbols or without? (CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=DEBUG2 ?).
unitsync should actually be an .so, not a dylib. same applies for AIs. on OS X, .dylib is for normal shared libs, while .so is for dynamically loaded libs (eg, at runtime, plugins style, with dlopen()).
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