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2008-05-02, 14:31
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me too!
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2008-05-02, 19:13
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Phew, I feel better for some odd reason!

[edit] Just connected so it's fixed...
2008-05-07, 14:59
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I do nightly build everyday but there for a while there was no update in the code at all... i svn the code then set up the project in netbeans then i just right click on the project and update it and build it and just run it like that each time.
2009-06-15, 13:16
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What's up with the ezquake svn repository? I can't access it on sourceforge any longer, I only see the top bar.
Is anyone having problems playing ezquake under Windows 7 RC ? The resolution isn't stretched properly so half the screen is cropped. Any help would be greatly appretiated
2009-06-15, 13:51
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Drugs-Bunny
After few minutes of thinking what the hell you asking about, i finally got it. You complain that your fresh and shiny IE8 renders sourceforege.net SVN page incorrectly. But why you asking us about it here? Isnt forums of M$ or SF.NET are more preferable places?

Try modern (added: and good) browsers like opera or firefox.
Mine do no spaek engrish!
2009-06-15, 14:33
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Russians are so rude
2009-06-15, 15:32
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ie8 is modern... but not the good kind =)
2009-06-15, 15:33
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Tonik
Yeah, I hate them too.
Mine do no spaek engrish!
2009-06-15, 16:55
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AAS, who the hell said I was using IE8? I've been an avid Opera supporter since 1997! (Something I'm proud of) And yeah, I've tried accessing the Sourceforge SVN in Firefox\IE and Opera, none of them works. Anyway, I can access the repository through; http://qw-dev.net/projects/ezquake/activity

And I was asking here because I thought I would get an intelligent and polite answer, I guess I was wrong.
2009-06-15, 20:57
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Drugs-Bunny
Calm down, dude.
It is obvious, that there is 3(actually 2) main possible sources of problem: your ISP, windows7rc that breaks sf.net svn page under ie/ff/opera, tricky problems with your rig (firewall/router/whatever). In fact, problems with rendering of certain www page in all browsers cannot be affected by the operation system you use (i hope so), try to visit this page using an http proxy servers (like www.65db.info) or different ISP and/or OS. If problem still persist, clearly your ISP and/or OS(how can it be?) doing something wrong. And, yeah, don't forget about problem #3.

Here is a sshot of ezquake's svn (viewvc) title page rendered using ie8+win7(build 7231): http://i41.tinypic.com/ogu4j.jpg
Mine do no spaek engrish!
2009-06-16, 16:16
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Drugs-Bunny: Do you run any kind of ad-blocking, personal firewall, and/or anti-virus software? You could try to disable them temporarily and see, if it works.
2009-06-16, 19:15
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I did not work for me too (also Opera lover), today it works. So I guess it works for Drugs-Bunny too. Stupid sourceforge and their weirdo webdesign.
2009-06-17, 06:56
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Spirit, the site is accessable today
2009-10-07, 23:32
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May I put some suggestions here?
Well, when it comes to "tp_msg" cvars I think EZQ misses at least two variables:

- borepack at [location] showing a place where you dropped your pack
- attack [location] suggesting your mates to assault the place you were last seen/slain

Any chance of implementing these in new EZQ nightly builds?
2010-03-02, 13:49
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question:

why is the security module still being checked at the ezq start, when no such thing has been developed since 2007 or so ?
2010-03-02, 14:19
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noone bothered?
2010-03-02, 14:25
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Anyone can develop such module any time for any version. No reason to forcefully close the possibility.
2010-06-19, 14:41
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No more win32 nightlies at http://uttergrottan.localghost.net/ezquake/dev/nightlybuilds/win32?

I'm fine without them but I did enjoy checking out new features.
2010-09-07, 12:16
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Have the developers abandoned the project? ((
Pls convince me I'm wrong?
2010-09-07, 12:30
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Kapitan Kloze wrote:
Have the developers abandoned the project? ((
Pls convince me I'm wrong?

no
http://cia.vc/stats/project/ezquake
2010-09-07, 12:43
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Who do we need to slap to get the nightly builds back?
2010-09-07, 13:49
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I'm just waiting for the summer to end and then I will unleash furious slapping hell to get that thing back working. In the meantime you can go ahead and slap the author of this thread :>
2010-09-07, 21:08
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please please bring back nightly builds!
2010-09-08, 13:59
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Nightly builds are a MUST. Pls make them back
2010-12-09, 22:06
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5h17h34d wrote:
No more win32 nightlies at http://uttergrottan.localghost.net/ezquake/dev/nightlybuilds/win32?

I'm fine without them but I did enjoy checking out new features.

To whoever fixed the compiles of Win32 nightlies THANK YOU!
2011-06-04, 23:15
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Recent win32 nightlies seem to be missing the executables.
2011-06-07, 13:21
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5h17h34d
It seems fixed for now.
Mine do no spaek engrish!
2011-06-08, 00:13
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Thanks!
2012-02-10, 22:16
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Software client ezquake.exe does not work since 28 september 2011 version, i get "ilegal operation".

Any chance on fixing this ?

Also i have to turn off DEP in XP or client will close.
2012-06-16, 17:07
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This is somewhat random. There are nightly builds for ezquake for 32-bit linux, but not for 64-bit. So, I went and tried to build using the instructions on the wiki: http://wiki.quakeworld.nu/Smooth_Quake_in_Linux

I ran into some trouble, I received the following build errors:
gcc: error: release-x86_64/glx/snd_dma.o: No such file or directory

gcc: error: release-x86_64/glx/snd_pulseaudio.o: No such file or directory

make: *** [release-x86_64/ezquake-gl.glx] Error 1


Thankfully, I found that this is due to not having two additional libraries that are not mentioned in the wiki. I thought this may help others, so I tried to create an account on wiki but it failed. I thought this would be the next best thing. So, in the wiki where it says:

sudo apt-get install libgl1-mesa-dev libglu1-mesa-dev libasound2-dev x11proto-xf86dga-dev x11proto-xf86vidmode-dev libxxf86dga-dev libxxf86vm-dev libxext-dev libsvga1-dev libxpm-dev


You want to add libpulseaudio-dev and libspeex-dev, so it looks like this:


sudo apt-get install libgl1-mesa-dev libglu1-mesa-dev libasound2-dev x11proto-xf86dga-dev x11proto-xf86vidmode-dev libxxf86dga-dev libxxf86vm-dev libxext-dev libsvga1-dev libxpm-dev libspeex-dev libpulseaudio-dev


After this, I got a clean build.
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