[quake2] Remember the sources (fwd)
brendanburns at attbi.com
Thu Jun 5 13:54:53 EDT 2003
Thanks, I'll add these instructions to the Icculus page. And I'll try
to build eraser this weekend.
On Thursday, June 5, 2003, at 10:32 AM, imr wrote:
> On Thursday 05 June 2003 00:02, Joshua Barney wrote:
> the sources of the chaos mod are available somewhere on their forum.
> There is a bot inside, havoc, which is quite good. The sources were
> available for a beos developper who was porting quake2. So there is no
> mention of wether it's ok to download/use those sources if you're not
> developper. The mod compiled flawlessly on the q2 lnx port, whith a few
> modifications to the night hunters makefile available on icculus q2lnx
> Don't do anything official with those sources without getting an ok
> from the
> developpers, but here is the link for educationnal purposes :)
>> You can download the EraserULTRA source at:
>> I can't get it to compile though. I'm clueless on matters of
>> programming and errors. Sadly, the Linux binary offered is
>> non-functional as well.
>> If someone is able to do something with this I'd be happier than a
>> fly on a turd! I've been searching high and low for any bot that'll
>> run natively under Linux, but have only met dead ends. Anthony J.,
>> who is in charge of EraserULTRA, is no longer maintaining Linux
>> builds, so if someone here has the know-how... hey. Give it a shot.
>> ~ Joshua, the quiet one
>> --- "Ryan C. Gordon" <icculus at clutteredmind.org> wrote:
>>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>>> Date: Sat, 24 May 2003 22:42:36 +0200
>>> From: Mariusz Mazur <mmazur at kernel.pl>
>>> To: "icculus at clutteredmind.org" <icculus at clutteredmind.org>
>>> Subject: Remember the sources
>>> I've just googled all over the world for quake2 gladiator bot
>>> sources so that
>>> I could compile it and play around a little. But I found nothing :/
>>> homepages are dead, links dead, downloads nonexistant (that goes
>>> for other
>>> bots too; even the most popular ones). I thought that probably you
>>> are my
>>> last hope. Are you able to dig out those sourcecodes from somewhere
>>> and put
>>> them in your cvs? If you won't be able to find them than they are
>>> gone... so much code :/
>>> Error: signature for LANG="en_EN" not found. Aborting.
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