OpenMW 0.42.0

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fuzzles
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Re: OpenMW 0.42.0

Post by fuzzles » 17 Apr 2017, 20:59

AnyOldName3 wrote:It should be

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data="D:\Games\External\Morrowind\Data Files"
That fixed it. That was one of the first things attempted, but I too forgot the quote marks :oops:

Thanks for the help folks, and hopefully you track down this pesky (and likely easily overlooked) problem!

c083d4
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Re: OpenMW 0.42.0

Post by c083d4 » 17 Apr 2017, 21:16

I'm getting this error with RC1 Linux 64 bits build:

$ ./openmw
./openmw.x86_64: error while loading shared libraries: ./lib/libosg.so.130: file too short

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Atahualpa
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Re: OpenMW 0.42.0

Post by Atahualpa » 18 Apr 2017, 21:09

Bad news on the release commentary side: While others tend to resurrect at Easter, my hard drive decided to start dying, probably an issue with the read/write heads, which leaves me with an increasingly slow PC. I'm currently trying to back up my recent work (last back-up was over a month ago) and figure out what is really going on here.
Anyway, the video production has to wait until that issue is solved. :(

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Re: OpenMW 0.42.0

Post by Ace (SWE) » 18 Apr 2017, 22:11

Right, clearly I need to get more sleep. Didn't even see that "Data Files" was missing when I looked at the path.

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Re: OpenMW 0.42.0

Post by raevol » 19 Apr 2017, 05:38

Changelog is almost done, need help with:
Sorry, but I am not technical enough to understand this one:
Bug #3580: Crash: Error ElementBufferObject::remove BufferData<0> out of range

I don't understand Morrowind scripting enough to decipher this one:
Bug #3671: Incorrect local variable value after picking up bittercup

Is this right for #3727?
- Interpreter context now properly handles Activate actions in the middle of script execution

Can I get some help with these?
Bug #3816: Expression parser thinks the -> token is unexpected when a given explicit refID clashes with a journal ID
Bug #3822: Custom added creatures are not animated
Bug #1956: Relevant pull request: https://github.com/OpenMW/openmw/pull/1173 (thanks Capostrophic for pointing me to this)

Are we including these?
Feature #3675: ess-Importer: convert mark location
Feature #3693: ess-Importer: convert last known exterior cell
Task #3092: const version of ContainerStoreIterator
Task #3795: /deps folder not in .gitignore

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Re: OpenMW 0.42.0

Post by Loriel » 19 Apr 2017, 06:58

raevol wrote:Changelog is almost done, need help with:
Bug #3816: Expression parser thinks the -> token is unexpected when a given explicit refID clashes with a journal ID
Where a journal ID and an object ID are the same, the expression parser expanded any reference to the object into a reference to the journal entry instead. This broke certain scripts - specifically Emma's companion scripts - and the cause was not obvious.

I suggext something like "Stopped expression parser handling object Refid as journal ID where names of these IDs clash"

Loriel

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Re: OpenMW 0.42.0

Post by K1ll » 20 Apr 2017, 08:32

c083d4 wrote:I'm getting this error with RC1 Linux 64 bits build:

$ ./openmw
./openmw.x86_64: error while loading shared libraries: ./lib/libosg.so.130: file too short
libosg.so.130 should be a symlink to libosg.so.3.4.0. What happens if you delete libosg.so.130 and rename libosg.so.3.4.0 to libosg.so.130?

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Re: OpenMW 0.42.0

Post by c083d4 » 21 Apr 2017, 22:05

Looks like that fixes the problem, but then a new one pops up:

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./openmw.x86_64: error while loading shared libraries: ./lib/libOpenThreads.so.20: file too short
Maybe there is something wrong with the RC1 64 bits file uploaded? I couldn't manage to download the file with Chrome, because it always failed. The only way possible to get the file was using wget, and something weird happened, the download stalled at 100% for a long time before completing (same thing happened in Chrome before failing the download).

I don't have this problem with other file downloads from other file hosts

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Re: OpenMW 0.42.0

Post by K1ll » 21 Apr 2017, 23:35

c083d4 wrote:Looks like that fixes the problem, but then a new one pops up:

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./openmw.x86_64: error while loading shared libraries: ./lib/libOpenThreads.so.20: file too short
Seems like the library file itself is ok but something is wrong with the symlink.
What is the output of:

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file ./lib/libOpenThreads.so.20
it should be something like

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./lib/libOpenThreads.so.20: symbolic link to libOpenThreads.so.3.3.0
c083d4 wrote: Maybe there is something wrong with the RC1 64 bits file uploaded? I couldn't manage to download the file with Chrome, because it always failed. The only way possible to get the file was using wget, and something weird happened, the download stalled at 100% for a long time before completing (same thing happened in Chrome before failing the download).

I don't have this problem with other file downloads from other file hosts
Might be that you're too far away from the server and/or the routing from the server to you is problematic. The server isn't really used for file hosting apart from my openmw builds.

Here are the sha256 sums of the packages so you can verify your file:

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96f0f82ccecabfbeb19101e27d10a57cadda53896c785d0a8515cfdd1a2f8bbd  openmw-0.42.0-LinuxRC1.tar.gz
c998bdde6ede8eae1a57def1969c96ba1729c7f46276b2808f9ab62aebce2308  openmw-0.42.0-Linux-64BitRC1.tar.gz

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Re: OpenMW 0.42.0

Post by c083d4 » 21 Apr 2017, 23:47

Thank you very much for your help, turned out the problem with the symlinks was related to using 7zip to decompress the downloaded file instead of:

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tar -xvzf file.tar.gz
Now openmw-launcher works fine :)
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