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 PostPosted: Mon Dec 12, 2005 11:20 am  Post subject:
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green is the new black.
armagetronad.net

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 PostPosted: Mon Dec 12, 2005 11:23 am  Post subject:
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nemostultae wrote:
green is the new black.
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Looks like a bug to me, but OT on this thread...


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 PostPosted: Mon Dec 12, 2005 2:31 pm  Post subject:
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nemostultae wrote:
green is the new black.
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what?

and is 0.2.8.0 really wrong? we're just dropping the 0 at the end... somehow I missed that... oops. I'll fix it if you want...

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Yes, please drop the extra 0.

For the record, it was Luke-Jr himself who fought long in favor of the extra zero.

Also, the RCs WILL have the extra zero. There won't be a 0.2.8.1_beta, but maybe a 0.2.8.1_rc.


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updated the site then

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 PostPosted: Mon Dec 12, 2005 8:11 pm  Post subject:
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You didn't close a font tag.

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Forums: <font color="green">Online</font<br/>


It is either a bug in Safari or Firefox. Safari showed all the text green. Firefox did not.

Edit: hmmm, that's odd. The w3 validator says the page is valid.

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ah... totally didn't show up in epiphany... fixed now.

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 PostPosted: Mon Dec 12, 2005 10:09 pm  Post subject:
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z-man wrote:
For the record, it was Luke-Jr himself who fought long in favor of the extra zero.

Nope.
z-man wrote:
Also, the RCs WILL have the extra zero. There won't be a 0.2.8.1_beta, but maybe a 0.2.8.1_rc.

IIRC, RCs were going to be just like alphas/betas, but your reasoning is sound so I don't care either way.
nemostultae wrote:
It is either a bug in Safari or Firefox. Safari showed all the text green. Firefox did not.

Safari is standards-compliant. FireFox is not. ;)


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 PostPosted: Tue Dec 13, 2005 12:46 am  Post subject:
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Problems with Autopackage 0.2.8_beta4.2 (also with beta4)

The attached logs are from a red hat enterprise distribution.

I can provide additional information if needed.
The archive contains 2 logs and a filtered list of installed packages.
I can repeat the whole process with debugging / logging enabled, if I figure out how to do that ;).

My guess is that the problem migth be the skipped "Autopackage graphical interface" ... though autopackage installed a autopackage-gtk-frontend binary.

On the system I tried to install it, it did not run. I got the following glibc error there: (it had some pointer information, too, which I have not here @ home)
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*** glibc detected *** double free or corruption...


After switching to another (slightly older) system ArmagetronAd worked.
(I used the same installation which was done in text mode on the other computer. I just logged in to my home directory from another workstation).

Does ArmagetronAd's autopackage assume SDL_image to be installed ?
As I manually added SDL_image libs with LD_LIBRARY_PATH which ArmagetronAd demanded.

Hope this helps ;)


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 PostPosted: Tue Dec 13, 2005 5:53 am  Post subject:
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Dedicated server in windows crashes when the first multiplayer round starts.

Recording attached.


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Joda: the text mode installation log looks succesful, what was the problem with the resulting install? The warning about the missing trailing semicolon should be fixed in the next iteration.

The autopackages assume right now that all libraries are already installed, the 32 bit packages bring libxml2 with them. Neither me nor Lucifer could wrap our head around the skeleton files for dependencies and building AP versions of the libraries just yet.

I'll run the program throug some memory debugger with double free detection for the glibc runtime error. Strict testing is memory intensive, so I don't usually do it.

Lucifer: What build were you using?

And could you look at the graphical installer log Joda attached? Would this be the same/a similar problem than with Debian and a previous version? The logs are in German, but you'll spot the line where it says "Speicherzugriffsfehler".


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@joda's install log: Yeah, it is german. :) But it looks like the same gtk segfault me and another guy were having.

@joe's recording: That's with beta4.2. I don't know which build they downloaded, did you guys make multiple builds of armagetronad-dedicated for windows?

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We did the whole spectrum: MingW, VC6 and VC8. I'll simply try all, can't take long, right?


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Nah, can't take long. The recording crashes within like 30 seconds or so, if that.

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It's only the GCC build. VC6 and VC8 appear to work fine, and the GCC client seems to work in server mode as well. I'll remove/unlist the build.
The reason seems to be that our custom memory manager is used (DONTUSEMEMMENAGER is undefined), but the linker order (tMemManager needs to come first or last, can't remember) was not correct. Quirky stuff, memory management, unless you use shared libraries. Well, I disabled the memory manager, and everything seems to be fine.
You can tell Joe to just grab the vc6 build.


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