[Gtkradiant] Fwd: Re: q3map2 code (OS X)
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Can anyone help this guy?
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From: "Patrick Campbell" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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When I click the link for view source code for Radient I get an http access
error. I cannot run the darwin version from the console. It doesnt seem to
be recognised as an app even though it has the correct signiture. Could you
possibly send me a link to an stuffed archive of the q3map code because I
cannot use CVS. The only changes I would make would be the ones needed to
run it on os X (if any). The final q3map editor application I plan to create
would just include the compiled application q3map2 and run it as the console
does (As a seperate task). So the source code for q3map2 will not be
released with this editor I plan to make if you do not wish.
>From: ydnar <email@example.com>
>To: Patrick Campbell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Re: q3map2 code
>Date: Tue, 04 Nov 2003 13:36:34 -0800
>Q3Map2 is a console app. It doesn't require X11.
>The source is available via the link I gave you earlier. Incidentally, the
>BSPC source code is not available, as it is part of the Quake 3 primary
>source. Perhaps when JC GPLs it...
>Patrick Campbell wrote:
>>I have tried those links and they cannot help me. My ambition was to have
>>a non X11 version so you can just load the program without X11 (which I
>>cannot run). I would be most greatful for any code relating to Q3Map,
>>BSPC and any other tools for bsp or md3 compiling, My attempts so far to
>>find this on the internet have all failed. I will of course give credit to
>>those who created the original version.
>>>From: ydnar <email@example.com>
>>>To: Patrick Campbell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>>Subject: Re: q3map2 code
>>>Date: Sun, 02 Nov 2003 13:03:25 -0800
>>>You should consider contributing to the OS X port of GtkRadiant. Check
>>>http://zerowing.idsoftware.com (development page) or drop by #qeradiant
>>>on irc.telefragged.com, where most of the developers idle/chat.
>>>Patrick Campbell wrote:
>>>>I have recently downloaded a version of q3map2 for os x but I couldnt
>>>>get it to run. I have been able to compile bsp's with q3mac1 for Mac os
>>>>9 but I would much prefer to be able to use mac os x. I am also making a
>>>>(free) mac os x map editor that will save .map files and so can be used
>>>>to map quake3 for this reason could I please have the source code for
>>>>q3map2 for any os so that I can get it to work to test file created by
>>>>If you wish I will send you a finished copy of any good software I make
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