[Gtkradiant] Further GtkRadiant development?
ttimo at idsoftware.com
Sun Dec 27 11:15:34 CST 2009
1.6 was started off of 1.4, which is the latest version I had worked on.
William Joseph did extensive changes to the 1.5 code for his own
projects but since it was a mostly unknown codebase for us and we had an
immediate need for the QUAKE LIVE project we decided we'd rather build
on top of 1.4
I would recommend continuing to work off of trunk / 1.6 .. there isn't
any development to speak of from us at this time (the editor has all the
features we really needed for QUAKE LIVE), but it's still the release
we're most likely to pay attention to.
Markus Fischer wrote:
> I've created a clone of GtkRadiant on github  and added a few things,
> fixed crashes I found, etc. I'm tracking my changes in the NEWS  file.
> My initial motivation was to move my map development over to 1.6 as I
> found it has some features I'm missing in 1.5 . I discovered that the
> two version differ quite and started to miss things in 1.6 I had in 1.5 .
> Due trunk/ having the latest developer changes, instead of going back to
> 1.5 I started working on in-cooperating the missing things into trunk, I
> also find that the trunk source is a bit nicer organized.
> However I soon discovered how *much* they're different and it boils down
> to that the number of things I'm missing increases and that I also
> experience incompatibility problems when continuing work on maps I
> created with 1.5, they would load in 1.6 but as soon as I save them,
> some parts, notable related to func_groups, simply get removed.
> As I currently stand I don't know which direction to head, whether to
> continue improving trunk or going a step back and evaluate using 1.5 to
> build on further work.
> If there's anyone having interest in development and has time for it or
> some view on the things I said, please speak up :-)
> - Markus
>  http://github.com/mfn/GtkRadiant
>  http://github.com/mfn/GtkRadiant/blob/mfn/NEWS
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