[Gtkradiant] GtkRadiant running on FreeBSD!

Timothee Besset gtkradiant@zerowing.idsoftware.com
Wed, 7 Aug 2002 10:54:48 +0200

That's great news. A few things:

- I'd be looking forward to integrate BSD build patches into the tree. The best solution to get this rolling is to open a bug item on bugzilla and attach the patch there.

- If you are willing to produce BSD binaries for releases, then we should be able to provide setups for BSD. Basically the BSD binaries would come with the Linux bins in the same setup (I know some adaptations are going to be needed, but the lokisetup tool was designed to hold binaries for several OSes)


On Tue, 06 Aug 2002 17:27:53 -0400
"Lyndon Griffin" <lyndon@bsd4us.org> wrote:

> There are a few bugs to iron out, but this is a milestone.  For those who 
> wish to try it out, read on: 
> First, I assume you have a sane environment.  For me, this meant the 
> following:
> #mkdir /usr/local/GtkRadiant
> #mkdir /usr/local/quake3
> #mount_smbfs //server/quake3 /usr/local/quake3 
> Next, take the compiled bins and drop them in /usr/local/GtkRadiant.  For 
> me:
> #cd /usr/local/GtkRadiant
> #cp -R ~/src/GtkRadiant/install/* . 
> For you, probably you want to get the compiled bins (approx 3mb, compiled in 
> Debug) from here:  
> http://bsd4us.org/~lyndon/gtkradiant-1.2.10-sof2-FreeBSD-x86.tar.gz 
> Or if you prefer seeing what I've done to get it this far, I have a large 
> patch of sorts that you can get here:
> http://bsd4us.org/~lyndon/GtkRadiant-1.2.10-FreeBSD-x86-patch.zip 
> <:)  Lyndon
> http://bsd4us.org/
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