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XTA repository relocation

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abma
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Re: XTA repository relocation

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oh, great! i've deleted the repo from the "spring-archive".
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Re: XTA repository relocation

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xta is now automaticly updated on rapid!

tags are xta:test and (when the next release is made) xta:stable.
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Jools
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Thanks you very much : )


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Forboding Angel
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Post by Forboding Angel »

Excellent. Finding the latest version of xta has been a total crapshoot for a long time. Nice to see it easy to find again! :-)
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:roll:
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Deadnight Warrior
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Look like the waiting paid off, as it seems that our entire commit history is preserved, an exporter feature that was bugged in the past.

Thanks for the team invitation, though, I can't promise that I'll be active, if at all.

Should I find time to work on XTA again, it will be updating it for compatibility with latest Spring engine, we seem to lag behind.
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Post by 8611z »

yea, just the bugtracker does not export so nicely. It all reads:
GoogleCodeExporter opened this Issue
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GoogleCodeExporter commented
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For xta it is not really important because there was no really active reports/ it was not used much.
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Jools
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Re: XTA repository relocation

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Deadnight Warrior wrote:Look like the waiting paid off, as it seems that our entire commit history is preserved, an exporter feature that was bugged in the past.

Thanks for the team invitation, though, I can't promise that I'll be active, if at all.

Should I find time to work on XTA again, it will be updating it for compatibility with latest Spring engine, we seem to lag behind.
The only issue are the many warnings in infolog about obsolete unitdefs, but otherwise, we are not really lagging behind. We just havent released a new version official version in a while, but the test-versions are very much up to date, try them.
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