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Re: Recent Windows Builds

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FreeOrion_Win32_4173.zip is available.

To update your default folder, either grab this tarball or specifically update to revision 4173.

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FreeOrion_Win32_4224.zip is available.

To update your default folder, either grab this tarball or specifically update to revision 4224.

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FreeOrion_Win32_4251.zip is available.

To update your default folder, either grab this tarball or specifically update to revision 4251.

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FreeOrion_Win32_4279.zip is available.

To update your default folder, either grab this tarball or specifically update to revision 4279.

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#65 Post by qsswin »

Does anybody have a more recent windows build? The systems I'm working on really can't compile anything on their own.
There have been 198 commits since the last build here, and I would be really thankful for a new one.

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#66 Post by Geoff the Medio »

qsswin wrote:Does anybody have a more recent windows build?
I haven't sent pd any new builds to host partly because after v0.3.17, there was a change in version of some dependencies, and it would be necessary to include numerous additional DLL files to be able to use the new version. To provide a new build, I'd pretty much have to make a release installer, optionally excluding the content files, which is more complicated than just zipping a few .exe and up to three GiGi .dll files.

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#67 Post by Zireael »

Geoff the Medio wrote:
qsswin wrote:Does anybody have a more recent windows build?
I haven't sent pd any new builds to host partly because after v0.3.17, there was a change in version of some dependencies, and it would be necessary to include numerous additional DLL files to be able to use the new version. To provide a new build, I'd pretty much have to make a release installer, optionally excluding the content files, which is more complicated than just zipping a few .exe and up to three GiGi .dll files.
I'd like a new build too. Seems like a lot of things have been done in the meantime...

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#68 Post by Geoff the Medio »

I've uploaded a new Win32 build of a modified SVN 4521 as an installer. It's here:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/freeori ... rion/Test/

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#69 Post by Zireael »

Grabbed it and playing right now.

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#70 Post by Dart00_Tech »

Geoff the Medio wrote:I've uploaded a new Win32 build of a modified SVN 4521 as an installer. It's here:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/freeori ... rion/Test/
Is this "test" build better then .4 RC3?

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Dart00_Tech wrote:Is this "test" build better then .4 RC3?
The latest build that's been posted is 0.4 RC3. There aren't forum posts about each test upload, and usually the latest test upload will be the newest, since usually there aren't any release builds from the last few days. However, since we're presently about to do the v0.4 release, the newest test build is actually currently a bit older than the RC3 build.

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#72 Post by Zireael »

Haven't had time to visit in a few weeks. I saw that there were some more changes, mostly to detection... where can I get the newest version?

P.S. My ISP doesn't support SVN, as I found out the hard way with another game.

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#73 Post by Geoff the Medio »

Zireael wrote:where can I get the newest version?
https://sourceforge.net/projects/freeor ... rion/Test/
My ISP doesn't support SVN
That's rather strange... But if you want to get the latest SVN without using SVN, you can download tarballs from sourceforge. There are links to download GNU tarball on all the SVN web view pages, like this one: http://freeorion.svn.sourceforge.net/vi ... FreeOrion/

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#74 Post by Zireael »

I realized I don't have the program needed to compile after I got a tarball, so... please put up an .exe?

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Zireael wrote:I realized I don't have the program needed to compile after I got a tarball, so... please put up an .exe?
Well, just follow the link Geoff provided in his post above:
Clicking on this link will direct you to to the most recent test builds currently available. For Win that's r4838 ATM, which is maybe a bit outdated, but not much (current SVN is 4851 at the time of this post).

Please understand that the devs can't put up a binary for each SVN revision. They try to keep it close, however.

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