On Sat, 2019-08-31 at 21:56 +0100, James Le Cuirot wrote: > On Sat, 31 Aug 2019 10:03:47 +0200 > Michał Górny <mgo...@gentoo.org> wrote: > > > dev-games/flinker > > This builds and starts on amd64 but I'm dubious about whether it would > work correctly in practise. I don't imagine anyone will want to use it. > Best just let it die. > > > dev-games/gtkradiant > > This has been superseded a few times over and the current fork is > NetRadiant-custom. There is an open bug about the older NetRadiant but > I only dabbled in Quake mapping so never cared enough. > > https://bugs.gentoo.org/352981 > > > dev-games/hlsdk > > This is a remnant of the Half-Life server stuff that vapier removed in > 2005 with the message "valve sucks at linux". I could say more about it > but nobody cares.
Thanks, I have sent last rites for those three. > > > games-action/battalion > > games-action/fakk2 > > games-action/postalplus > > games-arcade/epiar > > games-arcade/gunocide2ex > > games-emulation/mekanix > > games-fps/aaut > > games-fps/industri > > games-fps/red-blue-quake2 > > games-fps/tenebrae > > games-fps/tribes2 > > games-fps/unreal-tournament-strikeforce > > games-fps/ut2003-bonuspack-cm > > games-fps/ut2003-bonuspack-de > > games-fps/ut2003-bonuspack-epic > > games-fps/wolfgl > > games-misc/c++robots > > games-roguelike/hengband > > games-server/bf1942-lnxded > > games-server/mtavc > > games-strategy/mindrover-demo > > games-strategy/netpanzer > > I'll try to look through some of these. I still care about UT and even > worked on (but didn't finish) a new UT99 ebuild not so long ago. > Unfortunately it's never been a top priority. Cool. Feel free to either last rite those you don't think useful, or ping me to take care of them. > > > sys-fs/atari-fdisk > > This is still usable on m68k, which is the Atari's own architecture. > The code assumes 32-bit longs so it won't work on 64-bit but it > probably wouldn't be that hard to fix if someone cared enough. I'm > interested in m68k but for the Amiga rather than the Atari. I'm not > sure how useful this is in practise. On the Amiga, I would still use > the AmigaOS partitioning tool over something like this. There is no > replacement for the Atari on Linux as far as I can see though so I > think it should stay. Ok, will remove from the list. -- Best regards, Michał Górny
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