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Re: [liquidwar-user] Packaging

From: Jan Gretschuskin
Subject: Re: [liquidwar-user] Packaging
Date: Tue, 08 Oct 2002 14:43:08 +0200

I thinkm the most parts of the German Translation are done, I send the editet 
File as an 
attackment, and I'm going to do the rest today...


On 8 Oct 2002 at 7:41, Christian Mauduit wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm about to package a 5.5.8 release of Liquid War, which would include:
> - FreeBSD support
> - a minor bugfix concerning page flipping
> - any other minor - ie quick to implement - enhancement and/or bug-fixes
>   that someone on this list would think of this week ;-)
> BTW, how's the German translation going? I was thinking that even if
> it's not completely done, it might be interesting to start including it.
> It seems that German people represent a fair share of LW users 8-)
> FYI I still believe there are some problems of consistency in the 5.5.7
> algorithm. This won't prevent me from releasing 5.5.8, since the bug
> has been arround for quite a long time, and nobody really complained.
> However one of my goals is to have the game "rock-solid", so I might be
> interested in playing a few games with someone for debugging purposes.
> The point is that I can't reproduce the bug on my computers, even when I
> connect over a "real-world" internet link. To describe the bug rapidly:
> when one tweaks the rules settings, then checksum errors appear - that's
> to say the game does not behave the same on all computers. The obvious
> guess is that options are not correctly transmitted, but it seems that
> the problem is elsewhere. My guess is that the game has different
> behaviors because of a different compiler, CPU, kernel version etc...
> The error could for instance come from a memory zone that is zeroed on a
> computer and not on the other one. So I think playing a few games with
> someone that has debugging options turned on to "complete log" would
> help a good deal. So if you have some free time, do not hesitate 8-)
> Personnally, I should be able to be online on thursday evening 
> (Europe/Paris timezone).
> Have a nice day.
> Christian.
> -- 
> Christian Mauduit <address@hidden>     __/\__ ___
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