hi, i want to make an gentoo ebuild, so opentyrian can easily be installed in gentoo, but i have some issues there. 1. can you release a source tarball so not every time the svn has to be checked out? 2. its standard that the tyrian binary resides in /usr/games/bin but the data files are in /usr/share/games. is it possible to patch the code? and it would be good if the settings could be written to ~/.opentyrian/ or something because in /usr/share is not writeable for the user.
ok this doesnt belong to the gentoo stuff but will it be possible to play tyrian2000 at a later time?
1.A release isn't planned at the moment but could be done. In the meanwhile you can package the source yourself if you want. 2.We don't have support for that now, but if you implement it, feel free to submit a patch (preferably with paths configurable on the makefile)
42. Maybe, but it's very low on the priority list (Lower than "procrastiate") since Tyrian2k is generally regarded as a poor add-on.
gcc 4.1.2 doesnt like this here: src/BindManager.cpp:124:3: error: no newline at end of file src/GameActions.cpp:58:2: error: no newline at end of file src/HighScores.cpp:176:23: error: no newline at end of file src/loudness.cpp:271:2: error: no newline at end of file
but if i fix it, works again. but still no port of the savegame patch to enhanced right?