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:
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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
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.