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Post by aharon » 17 Dec 2006 20:14

i enter to this page http://www.openttd.org/downloads.php
and i dunno where i download the version 0.48 :cry:

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Post by DaleStan » 17 Dec 2006 20:21

1) I click on that link and immediately see
Downloads
The latest stable version is 0.4.8.
Are you getting a page that looks different than the one I'm getting, or is that not what you were expecting to see?

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Post by aharon » 17 Dec 2006 21:03

tnx t's work... :)

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Post by RiTi » 24 Dec 2006 11:28

At http://www.openttd.org/nightly.php you can download several versions of the OTTD Nightly. On the main page you see that the latest version r7515. In the archive section however the latest version is r7553. Question, why is on the main page the latest version r7515 and not r7553?
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Post by Darkvater » 24 Dec 2006 14:53

it says r7553 to me :)
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Post by RiTi » 24 Dec 2006 23:17

Darkvater wrote:it says r7553 to me :)
Now also at me. :wink:
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Nightly Builds

Post by Tetris » 29 Mar 2007 14:38

Whoever Mihamix is thank him or her for the webspace but all I get is some kind of porno site but no Nightly builds from OpenTTD.

So spank me as much as you like but also show me those nightly builds.

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Post by belugas » 29 Mar 2007 14:40

Even if you go to http://www.openttd.org/nightly.php ?
This is the correct URL.
It works for me.
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Post by Sleepie » 29 Mar 2007 16:00

Works fine for me, too. Maybe you should check your system for virus or spy-/malware.

Edit: There was an accidently double post, because of an forum error I got, I just deleted the second post.
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Fedora 7 .spec for nightly-r10166

Post by kjniiran » 16 Jun 2007 13:54

Hi

I noticed that there wasn't a rpm version available for Fedora (7) of either the stable or nightlies, so I decided to create one. I'm attaching the required .spec file for the rpm creation to this post.

Usage:
1. Make sure you have a rpmbuild-environment and following packages installed: gcc, gcc-c++, SDL-devel, zlib-devel, libpng-devel and desktop-file-utils
2. save the attachment as openttd.spec to ~/rpmbuild/SPECS/
3. download the OTTD-source-nightly-r10166.tar.bz2 (or newer) package to ~/rpmbuild/SOURCE/
4. open console and cd into ~/rpmbuild/SPECS/ (and modify row #2 in the openttd.spec file to match source version.)
5. issue the following command: "rpmbuild -ba openttd.spec", and wait for the build to finish
6. cd into ~/rpmbuild/RPMS/i386/ and install the openttd-nightly-r10166-1.fc7.i386.rpm package as root. (again, if you used a newer source the package name will differ)
7. copy sample.cat, trg1r.grf, trgcr.grf, trghr.grf, trgir.grf and trgtr.grf to /usr/share/openttd/data/ as root from your copy of TTD
(8. copy the contents of the gm folder from your copy of TTD to /usr/share/openttd/gm/)

You can now launch openttd from Applications->Games->Tactics & Strategy->OpenTTD

If you want the music to play, you'll need both timidity++ and esound. Then go to System->Preferences->Hardware->Sound, open Sound-tab and Enable software sound mixing (ESD).

If you find any errors or have any suggestions, let me know.
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Rev. 10261

Post by heppers » 22 Jun 2007 07:12

10261
Like the timetable idea thats now been added, will like it more when i get used to using it!

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Post by bebeto94 » 29 Jun 2007 18:54

Has the timing parameters been changed for lost trains ?? Every nightly after r10343 keeps telling me trains are lost when they are not . Someone explained to me that after a certain amount of time has elapsed the lost message is triggered . I am using a very large map (2048 x 2048) and steam trains from the 1930`s period and so there is bound to be a while before they reach their destination . Every minute or so the screen is plastered with most of my trains reported lost when they are perfectly on route . r10343 was fine and so were all the nightlies previous but the last three must have had some timing parameters changed . Is there likely to be any modification to rectify this in future releases ? Thanks :D

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Post by MagicBuzz » 10 Jul 2007 19:13

I have a small question about the Nightly build.

I downloaded on the 7th of july. The exe file have a size of 2.51 MB
I also downloaded the source code (rev10499) and compiled it. My executable file is only 1.48 MB...

I wonder if it's the same version (??)
Or just my VS2005 that produce a smaller binary file ?

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Post by Bilbo » 10 Jul 2007 19:26

MagicBuzz wrote:I have a small question about the Nightly build.

I downloaded on the 7th of july. The exe file have a size of 2.51 MB
I also downloaded the source code (rev10499) and compiled it. My executable file is only 1.48 MB...

I wonder if it's the same version (??)
Or just my VS2005 that produce a smaller binary file ?
Nightly build are compiled by gcc, which is different compiler (builds are created on some compile farm using cross-compile) ...

When I build using mingw+msys, my binaries are about 2MB ... yet another different size. So unless you don't use same compiler with exactly same settings and have exactly same libraries, expect the binary to be different ... but it should behave the same. Gcc is just less effective when it comes to size of bniary in this case.
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Post by MagicBuzz » 11 Jul 2007 17:18

ok :)

in fact, i used to make some patch several months ago, and VS 2005 was creating exe files bigger than the nightly's, so i was just unsure the current source code available on svn was the same :)

thank you

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Re: Windows, Mac and Linux (Nightly) Downloads

Post by rabbit67890 » 29 Sep 2007 19:19

sorry to dig up a old post where is nightly r11152 i need the link

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Re: Windows, Mac and Linux (Nightly) Downloads

Post by athanasios » 29 Sep 2007 22:43

Seems address of nightly builds has changed:

http://www.openttd.org/nightly.php

Someone to update this on the first post, please.
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Re: Windows, Mac and Linux (Nightly) Downloads

Post by glx » 29 Sep 2007 23:13

No it has not changed, http://nightly.openttd.org redirects to http://www.openttd.org/nightly.php
But all files are on nightly.openttd.org.

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Re: Windows, Mac and Linux (Nightly) Downloads

Post by DaleStan » 29 Sep 2007 23:31

Which would be wonderful. If nightly.openttd.org could be bothered to answer requests on port 80, instead of just dropping them on the floor.

Every now and then, the lusers do actually manage detect a problem, though they may not know the proper way to report it.

(EDIT: PM sent to the appropriate people.)
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Re: Windows, Mac and Linux (Nightly) Downloads

Post by athanasios » 01 Oct 2007 00:16

Both redirection and downloads are OK now.
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