OpenMW 0.11.1

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Re: OpenMW 0.11.1

Post by Zini » 29 Sep 2011, 10:48

Also, would I get repo access to upload/merge my changes or do I push to raevol?
I think it is best to run all the released packages through the release manager.

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Re: OpenMW 0.11.1

Post by psi29a » 29 Sep 2011, 12:24

Zini wrote:
Also, would I get repo access to upload/merge my changes or do I push to raevol?
I think it is best to run all the released packages through the release manager.
No problem, working on 32bit build now.

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Re: OpenMW 0.11.1

Post by ap0 » 29 Sep 2011, 12:24

Well done !

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Re: OpenMW 0.11.1

Post by psi29a » 29 Sep 2011, 12:59

32bit ubuntu natty build here:
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/396161/openmw_0.11.1_i386.deb

if there is anything else that needs to be included (or not) just yell at me. ;)

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Re: OpenMW 0.11.1

Post by K1ll » 29 Sep 2011, 13:09

Nice work BrotherBrick

if you can tell me how to build the packages i can build them for ubuntu lucid 32 bit and ubuntu maverick 32 + 64 bit.

I'm in #openmw on irc.chatspike.net.

PS: I'm thinking about creating a launchpad repo for openmw so we can get automated builds for all ubuntu platforms

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Re: OpenMW 0.11.1

Post by psi29a » 29 Sep 2011, 14:41

K1ll wrote:Nice work BrotherBrick

if you can tell me how to build the packages i can build them for ubuntu lucid 32 bit and ubuntu maverick 32 + 64 bit.

I'm in #openmw on irc.chatspike.net.

PS: I'm thinking about creating a launchpad repo for openmw so we can get automated builds for all ubuntu platforms
I made both 32 and 64 bit using chroot environments on my laptop. It would be simple to make more for various platforms in that way if necessary.

It is also simple to make a dep package because the current build system relies on cmake. You just need to:

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cmake .
cpack
The above will create the deb for you.

If you want to do that via launchpad, that works as well. Nothing fancy other than making sure you have the dependencies down. I've modified two files in the 0.11.1 which I will attach in a bit.
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Re: OpenMW 0.11.1

Post by raevol » 29 Sep 2011, 17:32

Oh yay, you made a forum account!

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Re: OpenMW 0.11.1

Post by Zini » 30 Sep 2011, 08:50

Thanks. We generally prefer code being submitted through github (fork repo, push changes, send pull request), but I'll accept your patches for now (they have already been merged into the master branch).

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Re: OpenMW 0.11.1

Post by psi29a » 30 Sep 2011, 11:06

Zini wrote:
BrotherBrick wrote:Also, would I get repo access to upload/merge my changes or do I push to raevol?
I think it is best to run all the released packages through the release manager.
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Zini wrote:Thanks. We generally prefer code being submitted through github (fork repo, push changes, send pull request), but I'll accept your patches for now (they have already been merged into the master branch).
Which way do I go? ;)

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Re: OpenMW 0.11.1

Post by Zini » 30 Sep 2011, 12:39

Sorry, I should have been more clear about it. Packages and any kind of release coordination should go through the release manager. Code contributions (including cmake scripts) should ideally go through github (with optional discussion on the forum).

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