Wesnoth 0.9.6

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Koradji
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Joined: September 4th, 2005, 4:24 pm
Location: Townsville, Australia

Post by Koradji »

isaac wrote:
Dave wrote: Anyhow, new, fixed version is here: http://www.wesnoth.org/files/wesnoth-0.9.6.exe

It'd be appreciated if someone could replicate to Sourceforge.
Done.
http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/wesn ... e?download (37.4MB)

I've also created an xdelta between 0.9.6 and this new version:
http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/wesn ... a?download
(883.15KB)

Best regards
I don't use windows, but i know three windows users who have just downloaded the xdelta, didn't know what to do with it, so downloaded the whole thing.
That's not a bandwidth saving. Some sort of instruction would be very handy.

Here's some from this forum, that i searched too late:
http://www.wesnoth.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=7034

I thank you for your work, of course, merely observing that the current effect might not be as useful as the intent.

Elvish Scientist
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Ubuntu packages

Post by Elvish Scientist »

I made unofficial deb packages of Wesnoth for Ubuntu Hoary. They can be downloaded from http://eambrouwer.kabel.utwente.nl/file ... ubuntu.tar

This file is locate on my home server with only 256 kbs upstream, so be patient. If many people want to my packages I would like to upload them to a wesnoth server.

lwa
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Re: Ubuntu packages

Post by lwa »

Elvish Scientist wrote:I made unofficial deb packages of Wesnoth for Ubuntu Hoary. They can be downloaded from http://eambrouwer.kabel.utwente.nl/file ... ubuntu.tar

This file is locate on my home server with only 256 kbs upstream, so be patient. If many people want to my packages I would like to upload them to a wesnoth server.
You should run gzip or (better if common on debian) bzip2 on you tarfile to compress it.

Use "-9" option for smaller result.

Elvish Scientist
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Re: Ubuntu packages

Post by Elvish Scientist »

lwa wrote: You should run gzip or (better if common on debian) bzip2 on you tarfile to compress it.

Use "-9" option for smaller result.
That does not make sense on debian packages: they are compressed.

lwa
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Post by lwa »

So why to tar them? Is it a pack of packages ?

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