It's a single application in a disk image. No instructions included. I
figured anyone downloading FlightGear would know what to do with it.
By the way Curt, it's done uploading.
On Fri, 17 Dec 2004 17:50:23 -0600, Jonathan Polley <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Considering the problems some people have been having in running the Mac
> version, have you added instructions to the .dmg file? I was able to host
> the previous version (0.9.6) on my .mac account, but it was less than 125 MB
> (which is my limit).
0.9.6 is the current version is it not?
My package is built from CVS 2004-12-17 so I named the version 0.9.6+.
> Jonathan Polley
> On Friday, December 17, 2004, at 03:56PM, Arthur Wiebe <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> >I have built an application bundle of FlightGear for Mac OS X. It's a
> >rather large application because it includes everything such as the
> >base data, fgfs, etc. Compressed it's a total of 132 MB.
> >I have no place to host such large files so I've made it available via
> >BitTorrent. I've attached it to this email.
> >Hopefully we can get some more people seeding.
> >Now it would be really nice if you could switch aircraft from in the
> >simulator! :)
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> Of COURSE they can do that. They're engineers!
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