I re-installed the Jenkins nightly Win build from yesterday - seems OK,
although I have NOT done any extensive testing. I'm seeing regular crashes
here from ALS and Rembrandt, but that's nothing new. I'm getting a number
of errors on start-up; they seem harmless:
Failed to create alias at
. Source /sim/multiplay/generic/float is already aliasing
Failed to set alias to /controls/refuelling/refuelling-drogues-pos-norm
ALC Error (sound manager): Invalid Enum at context creation.
Check your IOrules! (write to 'Z:/do-not-access' is allowed)
Check your IOrules! (read from 'Z:/do-not-access' is allowed)
uses compressed textures which cannot be supported on some systems. (about
These are all of interest to developers only: they are not something about
which the user can do anything, so I would suggest that they are downgraded
to warnings for the release from their current alert status.
I would be more concerned over the state of the data. The reinstall has
partly solved the Screenshot directory issue - it now uses the default
Working Directory, but the gui input is still stuck. We have a small glitch
with Stuart's latest iteration of the Random Vegetation (aka trees) with
what I think is probably a mipmapping issue.
Otherwise, I reckon we're good to go so far as Win 7 is concerned. I will
have a look with XP later if you would like. Unless that is there's been
something since last night .
From: James Turner [mailto:zakal...@mac.com]
Sent: 03 May 2013 12:17
To: FlightGear developers discussions
Subject: Re: [Flightgear-devel] 2.10.1
On 30 Apr 2013, at 23:22, Saikrishna Arcot <saiarcot...@gmail.com> wrote:
Are there still any plans to release a 2.10.1?
I've been very busy the past few weeks, but in theory the binaries are done
and exist (on Jenkins) for Windows, Mac and Linux. After some testing, It
just needs 'someone' to upload/mirror them I guess.
Did any test the Windows installer from Jenkins yet?
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