[aquaria] patch queue catchup...

Ryan C. Gordon icculus at icculus.org
Mon Jun 14 23:57:30 EDT 2010

Okay, I think I've applied all the pending patches that have been 
sitting on this mailing list. Please take a look and make sure your 
patch is in here now:


...everyone else should pull/merge from there.

Things worth noting:
- The Lua scripts are in revision control now, so we can fix things in 
the game logic as the need arises. I commented out the debugLog() call 
in mantis.lua, so this should no longer crash the Mantis Shrimp.
- Linux people: I would love patches to clean out the last bits of 
middleware we use, when there are reasonable system packages that could 
supply them. We're already using the system-installed versions of SDL 
and OpenAL, but there's lots of source code we're building in-tree that 
we should, optionally, not: freetype, zlib, glpng, glfont2, liblua, 
tinyxml, ftgl, libogg, libvorbis. These need to stay in revision control 
since Windows and Mac people don't generally have the luxury of package 
management, and it's nice to be able to keep building even when a given 
Linux box doesn't have a specific library. But Linux packagers will 
definitely want the build system to let them use system packages for 
these things.
- Windows people: We need to figure out what was causing the compiler 
warnings that we added a "#pragma warning" to suppress in OpenGLStubs.h. 
I'd rather fix the issue than suppress it.
- Everyone else: what's still outstanding? Did I miss any patches? Are 
there any issues you feel haven't been addressed?


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