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[CsMain] CS, CEL etc. release schedule.
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Phil Wyett
2014-05-11 07:32:01 UTC
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Hi all,

The preliminary 2.2 release schedule can be found at:

https://sourceforge.net/p/crystal/wiki/Planning-Release2.2/

Now grumble and argue. ;-)

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Walter D'Avila Neto
2014-05-12 18:02:55 UTC
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Will this by an Binary release, including cs binaries with correct
dependencies ??

The reason of my questions is because sometimes, in some distribuitons
(linux or gnu/linux :P) is very disturbing to downgrade a lot of specific
lib/dependencies (or upgrade) and I've had a lot of trouble to compiling it
correctly last time (on centos).

Binary releases with theirs specific dependencies with the correct/supporte
version bundled makes the engine a little more 'user-friendly' if I may say.
Post by Phil Wyett
Hi all,
https://sourceforge.net/p/crystal/wiki/Planning-Release2.2/
Now grumble and argue. ;-)
Regards
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Phil Wyett
2014-05-12 19:16:01 UTC
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Post by Walter D'Avila Neto
Will this by an Binary release, including cs binaries with correct
dependencies ??
The reason of my questions is because sometimes, in some distribuitons
(linux or gnu/linux :P) is very disturbing to downgrade a lot of
specific lib/dependencies (or upgrade) and I've had a lot of trouble
to compiling it correctly last time (on centos).
Binary releases with theirs specific dependencies with the
correct/supporte version bundled makes the engine a little more
'user-friendly' if I may say.
Binary packages will be released for at least GNU Linux. At present I
intend to build binaries for:

* Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, 14.04 LTS and 14.10 in dev release.
* Fedora 20 and 21 if close or out by then.
* RHEL/CentOS 6.x and 7.x if out by then.

Note: RHEL/CentOS builds depend on the EPEL repo.

Don't worry about CentOS builds. CentOS 6.x is the primary test machine
of the release guy and where all RPM builds are tested. ;-)

Windows binaries are waiting for a volunteer? :-D

Regards

Phil
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Walter D'Avila Neto
2014-05-12 20:40:01 UTC
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I've did'nt found many optional dependencies on centos6, nither on epel
repo.

Just for the Record, here my current configure output

******************************************************************************

*** Crystal Space -- Configuration Summary
***
******************************************************************************

Build mode:
optimize

Version: 2.1 (SVN:
no)


Optional Dependencies
---------------------
Found
3ds (models)
alsa (audio)
assimp (models)
bullet (physics)
cairo (image)
cegui (gui)
cg (rendering)
curl (other)
freetype2 (other)
gtk (other)
jpeg (image)
linux-joystick (other)
mng (image)
ogg (audio)
openal (audio)
opengl (rendering)
oss (audio)
png (image)
python (bindings)
vorbis (audio)
wxwidgets (gui)
x11 (rendering)
zlib (other)

Missing
avcodec (other)
avformat (other)
avutil (other)
cairomm (image)
cal3d (models)
jackasyn (audio)
java (bindings)
lcms (image)
ode (physics)
opengles (rendering)
perl (bindings)
speex (audio)
theoradec (image)
vgvm (image)
Post by Phil Wyett
Post by Walter D'Avila Neto
Will this by an Binary release, including cs binaries with correct
dependencies ??
The reason of my questions is because sometimes, in some distribuitons
(linux or gnu/linux :P) is very disturbing to downgrade a lot of
specific lib/dependencies (or upgrade) and I've had a lot of trouble
to compiling it correctly last time (on centos).
Binary releases with theirs specific dependencies with the
correct/supporte version bundled makes the engine a little more
'user-friendly' if I may say.
Binary packages will be released for at least GNU Linux. At present I
* Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, 14.04 LTS and 14.10 in dev release.
* Fedora 20 and 21 if close or out by then.
* RHEL/CentOS 6.x and 7.x if out by then.
Note: RHEL/CentOS builds depend on the EPEL repo.
Don't worry about CentOS builds. CentOS 6.x is the primary test machine
of the release guy and where all RPM builds are tested. ;-)
Windows binaries are waiting for a volunteer? :-D
Regards
Phil
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Walter D'Avila Neto
2014-05-12 20:47:20 UTC
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Sory .. I 'didnt wrote why some are missng..

At time I was downloading some of dependencyes withour any release, like
sources from sourceforge.. some dependencies didn't gave me options, or I
didn't finded, option for folder releases ( compatible with Cs)

Since the wore optional after loosing some time.. I've decided to go on
without some of them...

By with this new release with dependencies this
"user-friendly-installation-issue" will improve alot the "quickstart" with
the Engine..

BTW Great Work!






On Mon, May 12, 2014 at 5:40 PM, Walter D'Avila Neto
Post by Walter D'Avila Neto
I've did'nt found many optional dependencies on centos6, nither on epel
repo.
Just for the Record, here my current configure output
******************************************************************************
*** Crystal Space -- Configuration Summary
***
******************************************************************************
optimize
no)
Optional Dependencies
---------------------
Found
3ds (models)
alsa (audio)
assimp (models)
bullet (physics)
cairo (image)
cegui (gui)
cg (rendering)
curl (other)
freetype2 (other)
gtk (other)
jpeg (image)
linux-joystick (other)
mng (image)
ogg (audio)
openal (audio)
opengl (rendering)
oss (audio)
png (image)
python (bindings)
vorbis (audio)
wxwidgets (gui)
x11 (rendering)
zlib (other)
Missing
avcodec (other)
avformat (other)
avutil (other)
cairomm (image)
cal3d (models)
jackasyn (audio)
java (bindings)
lcms (image)
ode (physics)
opengles (rendering)
perl (bindings)
speex (audio)
theoradec (image)
vgvm (image)
Post by Phil Wyett
Post by Walter D'Avila Neto
Will this by an Binary release, including cs binaries with correct
dependencies ??
The reason of my questions is because sometimes, in some distribuitons
(linux or gnu/linux :P) is very disturbing to downgrade a lot of
specific lib/dependencies (or upgrade) and I've had a lot of trouble
to compiling it correctly last time (on centos).
Binary releases with theirs specific dependencies with the
correct/supporte version bundled makes the engine a little more
'user-friendly' if I may say.
Binary packages will be released for at least GNU Linux. At present I
* Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, 14.04 LTS and 14.10 in dev release.
* Fedora 20 and 21 if close or out by then.
* RHEL/CentOS 6.x and 7.x if out by then.
Note: RHEL/CentOS builds depend on the EPEL repo.
Don't worry about CentOS builds. CentOS 6.x is the primary test machine
of the release guy and where all RPM builds are tested. ;-)
Windows binaries are waiting for a volunteer? :-D
Regards
Phil
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Phil Wyett
2014-05-12 20:57:21 UTC
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Post by Walter D'Avila Neto
Sory .. I 'didnt wrote why some are missng..
At time I was downloading some of dependencyes withour any release,
like sources from sourceforge.. some dependencies didn't gave me
options, or I didn't finded, option for folder releases ( compatible
with Cs)
Since the wore optional after loosing some time.. I've decided to go
on without some of them...
By with this new release with dependencies this
"user-friendly-installation-issue" will improve alot the "quickstart"
with the Engine..
BTW Great Work!
2.2 will be far simpler for those who want to install from package.

The only issue at present is what to do about Crazy Eddies GUI lib as it
is not packaged for RHEL/CentOS. Current thinking is for me to package
it for us myself based on relevant Fedora source packages.

Regards

Phil
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