[aquaria] massive pile of patches now in icculus tree...
makson96 at gmail.com
Fri Apr 22 03:34:45 EDT 2011
That is great news indeed. Can't wait to test new builds.
Many thanks to Andrew and Ryan.
Hope that you will not stop developing main repository code with this one.
2011/4/21 Ryan C. Gordon <icculus at icculus.org>
> A metric ton of fixes, optimizations and improvements (141 changesets, some
> of them quite large and all of them very useful) have just landed at
> http://hg.icculus.org/icculus/aquaria ...
> Thanks to Andrew Church, who not only did all this work, but also took the
> time to clean all the patches up for inclusion in my repo.
> This doesn't include Andrew's PSP work, except for changes that benefit
> everyone. If you want to run Aquaria on a PSP or some other low-resource
> handheld device, you want to be looking at his repository still.
> Please note that this includes Andrew's single-lua-state work, which is a
> significant optimization, but means a few rule changes about how you write
> Lua scripts for Aquaria...it's nothing unreasonable, but you just need to be
> a bit more careful than you had to be before. Plan accordingly.
> All his work has been categorized into various named branches if you just
> want certain pieces. The default branch has all of these changes merged, so
> if you want everything, just update to the tip and you're good to go.
> If there are still patches floating out there for Aquaria that I should
> apply to my Mercurial repository, assume I've missed them and resend them to
> the list and I'll get them into revision control.
> Otherwise, let's all thank Andrew for the serious amount of work he put
> into merging these patches!
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