Getting OpenMW into Debian and Ubuntu.

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Re: Getting OpenMW into Debian and Ubuntu.

Post by psi29a » 04 Jun 2013, 19:48

What is using the dejavu? If nothing, why are we shipping it?

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Re: Getting OpenMW into Debian and Ubuntu.

Post by wheybags » 05 Jun 2013, 11:12

I started making a daedric font, and I've done A, B, and C so far.
I went for a more sharp look than the old daedric font, but I could make a weathered version when I'm done.

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Re: Getting OpenMW into Debian and Ubuntu.

Post by psi29a » 05 Jun 2013, 11:17

wheybags wrote:I started making a daedric font, and I've done A, B, and C so far.
I went for a more sharp look than the old daedric font, but I could make a weathered version when I'm done.
Awesome! Can we get a preview? :) You planning on making it SIL OFL? If finished, we can also push it upstream to debian (which means ubuntu as well).

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Re: Getting OpenMW into Debian and Ubuntu.

Post by wheybags » 05 Jun 2013, 11:42

I may well release it under the WTFPL :3
But yeah, sure, if that license is needed.
http://i.imgur.com/z0u2fet.png
Is a screenshot from last night, just of the A, files are on my desktop at home (turned off ;_;), so I can't show B and C yet.

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Re: Getting OpenMW into Debian and Ubuntu.

Post by pvdk » 05 Jun 2013, 14:19

BrotherBrick wrote:What is using the dejavu? If nothing, why are we shipping it?
DejaVu is our console font ;)

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Re: Getting OpenMW into Debian and Ubuntu.

Post by maqifrnswa » 01 Sep 2013, 15:33

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 (does this help anything?). They're waiting for the 1.9 release and will skip straight to that.
http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=704044

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Re: Getting OpenMW into Debian and Ubuntu.

Post by sirherrbatka » 01 Sep 2013, 19:40

DejaVu is our console font
Can we consider replacing it with something monospaced? Like inconsolata?

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Re: Getting OpenMW into Debian and Ubuntu.

Post by potatoesmaster » 02 Sep 2013, 10:48

sirherrbatka wrote:
DejaVu is our console font
Can we consider replacing it with something monospaced? Like inconsolata?
We use DejaVu Sans Mono, which is monospaced. ;)

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Re: Getting OpenMW into Debian and Ubuntu.

Post by MaddTheSane » 13 Sep 2013, 17:42

I know the wargus package, when installed, helps you get data from a Warcraft 2 CD. Perhaps there could be a package for openmw, then one package for each .ecm file that gets files either from a Morrowind CD or an installation via Wine?
Get out of my mind, idea! I already have an idea in there!

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Re: Getting OpenMW into Debian and Ubuntu.

Post by psi29a » 13 Sep 2013, 23:43

MaddTheSane wrote:I know the wargus package, when installed, helps you get data from a Warcraft 2 CD. Perhaps there could be a package for openmw, then one package for each .ecm file that gets files either from a Morrowind CD or an installation via Wine?
You missed the boat... morrowind installation happens now (from mounted cd/iso) when you first run the owmlauncher on non-windows machines.

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