A new revision of codename “Morning Star” is available, this time with a preliminary production name — meet Wesnoth RCX 0.1.1.
- Version 0.1.1 (Gzip tarball, 32 KiB)
The main changes in this version include fixing the glitches with dragging the selection in the color ranges list view, making the window resizable again (this time the contents adjust to its size), and a few minor revisions here and there.
Compiling the sources
Since I’ve got no packagers to help at the moment, the only way to install for now is from source. Since I’ve been working only with Qt Creator so far, there’s no specific build recipe other than the project file (
morningstar.pro), which you are expected to use to generate a Makefile using QMake.
To do this, just make sure you have Qt4’s development files and QMake installed (package qt4-qmake on Debian and Ubuntu), and type the command as follows:
$ qmake morningstar.pro
Note: If you have Qt3’s version of QMake installed, you may have to explicitly use qmake-qt4 instead to avoid confusing the generator and messing up the sources.
Once QMake generates the Makefile, just issue
make and wait for compilation to finish. The binary morningstar will appear in the source dir, and you can now run it from there — no installation is required.
There’s also a Git repository hosted at Gitorious.org, from which you can download the latest source code, follow the history, and switch releases according to tags.
- Morningstar in Wesnoth-TC
- Git clone (git):
git clone git://gitorious.org/wesnoth-tc/morningstar.git
- Git clone (HTTP):
git clone http://git.gitorious.org/wesnoth-tc/morningstar.git
Don’t hesitate to comment on RCX’s development, usability, bugs, or suggest new features! The only way things can get fixed or improved is that you make sure I am aware of what needs to be changed. If you think you can help with something else, please tell me!
UPDATE (2010-12-06): migrated files to SourceForge.net