Dennis Payne | 12 Feb 14:41 2016

Code::Blocks

I understand why people use IDE. I don't care for them but I can
understand why someone would like them. IDEs should allow you someway
to compile from the command line. Code::Blocks does this but fails in
the end. Despite being used from the command line, it opens a window to
display results. Obviously this fails when running without X to build
an rpm.

I don't suppose some program in fedora has a way to build from a
codeblocks project. It's not hard to build a makefile. There is also a
cbp2make program but it doesn't appear to be package for Fedora. I was
just trying to keep using the Code::Blocks project file.
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Dennis Payne | 8 Feb 14:43 2016

SFML anyone?

I've ported Ostrich Riders to the latest SFML. When I run it, I get a
window saying:

“Ostrich Riders 0.6.1” is not responding.

You may choose to wait a short while for it to continue or force the
application to quit entirely.

The program is running fine despite the warning. If you click wait you
can continue on your merry way. However, I don't find that acceptable.
Does anyone what can be done to prevent this? I tried a simple example
for SFML I found online. It too caused the popup. Both functions use
sf::RenderWindow::pollEvent. Using sf::RenderWindow::waitEvent doesn't
have that problem but the program won't work properly that way. Does
anyone know of programs in Fedora using SFML? Do they have this
problem?
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Hans de Goede | 3 Feb 09:12 2016
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Game pkg review swap

Hi All,

I've finshed up packaging another game, and I would like to do
a pkg review swap, preferably for another game related pkg.

Bug 1303349 - Review Request: flyingsaucersattack - Shoot down the attacking UFOs and to save the city

https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1303349

Regards,

Hans
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mastaiza | 5 Jan 23:38 2016
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Urbanterror , Redeclipse

these games ever work.
Hans de Goede | 2 Jan 19:50 2016
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Game review request swap

Hi All,

I've just finished packaging a game which I've been wanting to package
for a while now:

https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1295138

Review Request: marsshooter - M.A.R.S. - A ridiculous shooter

I would like to do a review swap for this, preferably with another
game (related) package, so as to help gaming on Fedora be even better.

Regards,

Hans
Brian Monroe | 10 Dec 20:33 2015
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Games Spin Demo

Hello list! 

I'm an ambassador here in California, and I was thinking about doing a demo of the game spin Southern California Linux Expo (SCaLE 14x) We've done live demos of Music Spin the last couple of years and are wanting to change things up. I was hoping the list could suggest a few games that might be good for demos or tournaments (ie 2-4 players on a screen) 

Thoughts? Comments? Suggestions? 
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mastaiza wu | 2 Dec 19:47 2015

New games

Hi why do so few games in Fedora.
So many free games .
Why not add new games .
Alexandre Detiste | 2 Nov 10:43 2015
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port of game-data-packager to Fedora

Hi,

My redhat/fedora skills were a bit rusty (1998-rusty),
so as an exercice I dediced to port to fedora 
the game-data-packager Debian native project I'm working on.

So far, so good, it's already mostly done.

https://github.com/a-detiste/game-data-packager/commits/fedora

That will provide Fedora recipes to automaticaly build noarch .rpm
for currently about 200 games; one of my goal is to cover 
all versions of all scummvm games.

It can also download shareware data for doom, quake, descent... games.

http://pkg-games.alioth.debian.org/game-data/

Of course it would be better to have real Fedora users that test this;
not only someone that run a minimal install on a container.
(chocolate-doom works over "ssh -X" !)

For example I already spotted that fedora "dynamite" package
is lacking id-shr-extract program; but "wolf4sdl" is also not packaged,
so this is not a problem.

https://sources.debian.net/src/dynamite/0.1.1-2/src/id-shr-extract.c/

Of course, I realize it could be against Fedora policy (it's also not in Debian proper,
but in contrib)...

https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/SIGs/Games#List_of_games_we_will_NOT_package

There's also a handfull of DFSG games supported, like "Soltys" & "Dracie Historie";
and DreamWeb that is distributable.

Greets,

Alexandre Detiste
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Sérgio Basto | 25 Oct 04:51 2015
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list miss some games that are in Fedora and Pinball

Hi,
- torcs 
- speed-dreams
- childsplay
- maniadrive
- foobillard

are not in this list [1] of wiki page, I didn't checked all.

Other reason of my email is propose update of pinball, last version is
pinball-0.3.1.tar.gz from 2003-12-10 but we got some updates on git from
sf.net, I put all together: cleaned , downstream patches, updated tables
(gnu hurd and a new professor ) in [2] and also do a new release :) [3]

[1] https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Games

[2]https://github.com/sergiomb2/pinball/

[3] https://github.com/sergiomb2/pinball/releases

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Marcus Watts | 15 Aug 17:41 2015

ace-penguins

I'm interested in packaging up ace-penguins for fedora.  At the
very least, I want this for myself.  But I see no reason why I
shouldn't share this with others.

http://www.delorie.com/store/ace/

ace of penguins used to have a silly license.
The current version is GPL.

					-Marcus Watts
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Dennis Payne | 30 Jul 03:03 2015

Nikki and Robots

I was looking at https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Games

It lists Nikki and Robots as available but it isn't. The page tells you
it needs work so I'm not surprised to find something like that. Is
there anyway to know when it was removed and why? The company behind
the game is apparently gone. I thought maybe it was the CC-BY-SA
license on the levels but that appears to be acceptable for content.
The source can be found on github.
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