It's been a while since the last time i played Spring.
I bought a new computer last week and i get back to Spring after installing Ubuntu 11.10 on it. I played a couple of "chicken" matches and it was fun.
By some other causes i reinstalled it yesterday to Debian 6 Squeeze, and i installed again Spring and Springlobby from the Wheezy repositories:
dpkg -l | grep spring ii spring 85.0+dfsg1-2 modern full-3D RTS game engine ii spring-common 85.0+dfsg1-2 modern full-3D RTS game engine (common files) ii springlobby 0.139-1 single/multiplayer lobby for the Spring RTS engine
All dependencies were satisfied.
Now i realize this Springlobby version doesn't provide the "Dowloads" tab, which was available on the Ubuntu Springlobby version (from ppa:spring/ppa), and it lacks the functionality to automatically download games and maps to their respective folders, and I must do it myself each time (not too much effor but i was pleasantly shocked with the new Spring functionalities and now I miss it).
Is this a normal situation on Debian? Why is not that feature available on Debian and it is on Ubuntu?
Thanks in advance
PS: (edit) I forgot to mention I spent some time looking for an answer on the forums and i did not found anything.
Last edited by MrPresident on 09 Feb 2012, 16:31, edited 1 time in total.
Iirc debian guys needed us to add a openssl exception to our license to allow the build to link against libtorrent. We technically couldn't do this because not all SL authors could be reached to agree to said license change.
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