I have just resurrected my testing branch
with an update that fixes a crash when loading games with the old map array (reported by HackaLittleBit
). If everything goes well and no other bugs appear, I will merge this branch to my master branch in a few days.
Having finally figured out how to pull from cirdan's testing branch, here is the bare and naked, unmodified Windows 32bit binary:
File comment: Once tested and verified to be without a crash, this will be replaced by a formal push from cirdan
NMF-g1938333b-testing-Win32.7z [5.72 MiB]
Downloaded 30 times
Moving on to HackalitleBit's patches, MinGW now gives me:
$ patch -p1 < Cirdan-clone_26346.patch
patching file src/pathfinder/opf/opf_ship.cpp
patching file src/pathfinder/yapf/yapf_ship.cpp
patch: **** malformed patch at line 40: @@ -107,7 +104,7 @@
Are you sure about that yapf_ship.cpp mod you suggested?
Don't be a grumpy old man, spend the money!
About five years ago I spent close to $2000 on a brand new HP lappy, the big one with a big screen, triple core performance and Windows 7. Yeahhhhh.
Sometime last year, when it was well out of warranty, it smoked its on-board graphic chip. Result: One motherboard reduced to scrap!
So I resurrected my reliable old Dell single core XP box and muddled along until I had the $150 I needed for a used A-Open dual core XP box which is where I am and remain until I can raise $500 for something with more cores and with absolutely NO Windows 10.
It could be worse. I could always go back to my still running IBM P/S 1 with Windows 3.1