OpenMW Nightly builds

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K1ll
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Re: OpenMW Nightly builds

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psi29a wrote: 12 Feb 2024, 13:55 Yes you should. :)

However... don't we have nightly generic builds? :?:

We're trying to see about flatpaks, nightly flatpaks... ;)
Yes we had nightly builds but they were broken for quite a while since I was too busy to fix them. Also they haven't been on the Downloads page anywhere anymore for even longer.

I have now fixed the build so new builds will appear at https://redfortune.de/openmw/nightly/ again.

Had to move the build system away from CentOS 7 since even the latest devtoolsets compiler is too old to build current openmw. The build system is now based on Debian Bookworm and hopefully will last at least as long as the old one did.
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Re: OpenMW Nightly builds

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Awesome, thanks k1ll; will add it back to the site page.

https://openmw.org/downloads/
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AnyOldName3
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Re: OpenMW Nightly builds

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Heads up: You might want to set the new DEPLOY_QT_TRANSLATIONS CMake option for those builds as they're not using the system Qt install, so can't grab the system Qt standard button translations.
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