Re: [crossfire] (Automated) Client Snapshot Releases

2008-12-02 Thread Kevin R. Bulgrien
What might it take to break the blockade on 2.x client releases? I would say squashing the double character issue that you mentioned later on in your email. P.S. Right now my build system is x86_64, and unfortunately x86_64 RPMs seems to have the [ 1876788 ] Doubled characters in GTK

Re: [crossfire] (Automated) Client Snapshot Releases

2008-12-02 Thread Rick Tanner
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Kevin R. Bulgrien wrote: In summary, I do not think the double text issue should hold back a working snapshot. The double characters in the GTKv-2 client on a 64bit system makes the client unusable, IME. -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version:

Re: [crossfire] (Automated) Client Snapshot Releases

2008-12-02 Thread Kevin R. Bulgrien
In summary, I do not think the double text issue should hold back a working snapshot. The double characters in the GTKv-2 client on a 64bit system makes the client unusable, IME. A working 32-bit RPM, a working 64-bit tarball, etc. is not the same as a non-working 64-bit RPM... 'Nough

[crossfire] (Automated) Client Snapshot Releases

2008-11-29 Thread Kevin R. Bulgrien
A script has been developed that automatically creates (debuggable with sources) snapshot builds of the crossfire clients (tarballs and RPMs, but no Win32 support). It has logic to initialize a build environment from SVN and to update from SVN for each snapshot. It has been run through a lot of

Re: [crossfire] (Automated) Client Snapshot Releases

2008-11-29 Thread Lauwenmark Akkendrittae
Le samedi 29 novembre 2008, Kevin R. Bulgrien a écrit : A script has been developed that automatically creates (debuggable with sources) snapshot builds of the crossfire clients (tarballs and RPMs, but no Win32 support). It has logic to initialize a build environment from SVN and to update

Re: [crossfire] (Automated) Client Snapshot Releases

2008-11-29 Thread Kevin R. Bulgrien
Such a scripted packaging system has been tested on ailesse for the binary client (Just like the current Gridarta/JXClient daily builds, it generated Debian packages, then RPM ones through Alien). It had been removed last year for basically two reasons: - Architecture portability issues: