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[liquidwar-user] Liquid War future

From: Christian Mauduit
Subject: [liquidwar-user] Liquid War future
Date: Sun, 01 Jan 2006 15:04:36 +0100
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Hi everybody,

Happy new year, may 2006 be liquid 8-)

Just a word to say that:

A) Liquid War 6 is really on its rails, really more than vaporware now.
Although nothing playable, it compiles, runs, does things. Only loading
a level for now, but believe me, that's how Liquid War 5 started in
1998, it's on the same track, cool 8-)

B) I moved back Liquid War 5 source repository to Savannah. The good
news is that Savannah now supports GNU Arch (finally!). So well, it's

Note that most users won't need that and will simply download the
official tarballs. This is only for those who want to keep a precise
track of the developpement branch. Additionnally it allows you to hack
and maintain patch without even opening a Savannah account. Quite cool.
The big "but..." is that GNU Arch has well, what you could call a "steep
learning curve". Understand: tutorial takes 70 pages and you have to
read it 3 times to get started. I'm exagerating a bit maybe, but GNU
Arch is definitely not so easy to use than CVS. It howevers kicks CVS or
Subversion in terms of power and functionnality 8-)

Other thing is that I decided to use Savannah's bugtracker to handle the
bugs and tasks. See:

C) Anyone has feedback on 5.6.3? Does it run, blows, compiles, crashes?
Just asking ;-P I might release some 5.6.4 release if

Have a nice day, oops, year,


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