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Is Linux affected by this? How can I tell? In short; No. In long; Since Linux is built against the distribution libs, depends on which version of SDL said distribution is shipping, but they tend to track releases quite well so you don't often end up with too old versions. The generic package might ...
The windows RC is still apparently made with an old version of SDL2 - 2.0.4 - that has annoying input bugs. The very next version of SDL2, 2.0.5, fixes them. The current stable version of SDL2 is 2.0.7. Just dragging and dropping the new SDL2 version into the install directory doesn't seem to break...
- 28 Nov 2017, 21:23
- Forum: Organisation and Planning
- Topic: OpenMW Nightly builds
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Got a report about them being broken a week ago, haven't had time to look into the issue yet though. Hopefully I'll have them back working tomorrow at the latest (So two nightlies from now) Edit: Had a look and just realized exactly why it's broken. There's a fix in the openmw-43 branch, but until t...
- 22 Nov 2017, 20:00
- Forum: Feature Requests and Suggestions
- Topic: OpenMW desperately needs a Flatpak
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Hopefully the upgrade process will just be a simple `flatpak update org.openmw.OpenMW` (With --user added if running as a user-contained install) But yeah, Flatpak stores all data in the .var/app/ folder for the application, so perhaps that would indeed be good to add to the wiki - and probably ment...
A problem with applying the tag in advance is that the moment the tag is applied, any maintainers outside of our team are going to start instantly rolling up release packages. So we might end up released early on those distros. That's me... ;) Well, yes. But we'll also end up released on Arch, Gent...
A problem with applying the tag in advance is that the moment the tag is applied, any maintainers outside of our team are going to start instantly rolling up release packages. So we might end up released early on those distros.
And to keep giving you work to do - and cluttering this thread slightly more, sorry; It's actually spelled Flatpak without a c.