[Gtkradiant] Further GtkRadiant development?
ailmanki at gmail.com
Sun Dec 27 12:56:20 CST 2009
Just to mention it, there is a fork of the 1.5
Hmmm so 1.6 is they way to go, actually quite a sad thing, 3 different
versions which have different abilities.
Maybe thats the reason, that since 1.3 none has made a new plugin..
On Sun, Dec 27, 2009 at 6:15 PM, Timothee Besset <ttimo at idsoftware.com>wrote:
> 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:
> > Hi,
> > 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 :-)
> > regards,
> > - Markus
> >  http://github.com/mfn/GtkRadiant
> >  http://github.com/mfn/GtkRadiant/blob/mfn/NEWS
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