[ut2004] new ut2004 build
spike at spykes.net
Mon Nov 7 22:18:42 EST 2005
Epic don't release source to any of their games it seems.
Also UT2004 is too new to release any source to anyways.
I been hoping for the release of the source code to UT99 for a long
time now and I don't see it ever happening, and this game is as old as
Quake3Arena. It would be nice for the community to finally fix the
remaining bugs in the Linux client and finally get that OSX client out
the door as well. The lack of improvements to UT99 is just killing what
is left of the community that still has some potential. (Cheating, etc)
On Tue, 08 Nov 2005 14:06:10 +1100
Dean Hamstead <dean at bong.com.au> wrote:
> is there any chance of a source release ala-quake
> doom, quake1,2 & 3 have all been well maintained by the community.
> all of them have been enhanced and run on more platforms than
> ever before. whilst ID still maintains propriety copyright over
> the game files, the engine has been saved from bitrot.
> Spike wrote:
> > I don't think it will be too long before a new official UT2004 patch
> > will be out. There's already a windows beta of 3362 floating around with
> > fixes now. We can only hope. :-)
> > -Bren
> > On Tue, 08 Nov 2005 13:43:05 +1100
> > Dean Hamstead <dean at bong.com.au> wrote:
> >>is there any chance ut2004 could be rebuilt on amd64 with the new
> >>gcc. its made leaps and bounds in efficiency on this platform.
> >>it would be nice if it was linked to newer library versions also.
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