regarding EB Garamond fonts:
does openmw use ttf or otf?
I may split ttf into another package unless openmw doesn't use them
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- 01 Sep 2013, 15:33
- Forum: Organisation and Planning
- Topic: Getting OpenMW into Debian and Ubuntu.
- Replies: 30
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eb garamond is in debian unstable and will show up in ubuntu after 13.10 is released. Package name: fonts-ebgaramond http://packages.qa.debian.org/f/fonts-ebgaramond.html http://packages.debian.org/unstable/fonts-ebgaramond Ogre is still 1.8.0, but has been patched to compile against boost 1.53 (doe...
bravo!BrotherBrick wrote:OpenMW 0.25 is now in the ovens over at launchpad.
For every release >= Saucy (13.10) : no static libs, everything is being pulled directly from Ubuntu's repo
For every release <= Raring (13.04) : static ogre, mygui and sdl2
- 28 Jun 2013, 18:03
- Forum: Feature Requests and Suggestions
- Topic: Push OpenMW in Fedora or RPM fusion repistory
- Replies: 87
- Views: 16922
Hi, I see that OpenMW is in the Ubuntu and Archlinux repository, but we don't have any rpm package to Fedora and the rpm-based distribution. Can you make it? I can help to push him in the repository. I don't know if OpenMW is compatible with the Fedora rules, so we can push him in the RPMFusion rep...
Is this suitable for worn font image manipulation you requested: (click for full) http://i.imgur.com/Gf234sVl.png No, the worn font needs small chunks taken out of the sides and stuff. Kinda like how old signs in real life you can see the letters but they are missing pieces. click on the full versi...
- 17 Jun 2013, 19:51
- Forum: General Development
- Topic: Attention: New Dependency
- Replies: 12
- Views: 4313
Also interesting... any thoughts? In file included from /home/bbrick/workspace/OpenMW/openmw/extern/sdl4ogre/sdlinputwrapper.cpp:2:0: /usr/include/SDL2/SDL_syswm.h:79:22: fatal error: directfb.h: No such file or directory compilation terminated. [email protected]:~/workspace/OpenMW/build$ find /usr/i...
Update re debian and ubuntu ogre packages: http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=704044 Debian and Ubuntu currently have 1.8.0, but they just started adding 1.8.1 this week. The next Ubuntu (saucy) and Debian (jessie) will have 1.8.1. Also, 1.9 will be in Debian (and thus Ubuntu) after og...
This is probably the best link:raevol wrote:maqifrnswa, can I get a www link to the debian PPA for people?
good release all, lots of fixes!