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98e-alpha - Build 3417 
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Finally, here is the first official beta build since we opened the source. It's been a while since the last beta build, so numerous changes piled up since then. By now 98e should be considered feature complete and just needs more testing before we can make the final release. To get some large scale testing, we plan to revive the testing marathons. So stay tuned :).

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Here is the full list of changes (just as slightly processed output of hg log -v) since 3299:
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Sat Mar 24, 2012 8:16 pm
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I think there are a few revisions in there that are just repository maintenance (i.e. tagging untagged revisions).

Either way, it's great to see a new 98e beta out. Thanks a lot for your continued dedication.


Sat Mar 24, 2012 10:22 pm
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Man, that's a lot of changes! :D Can't wait for the 98e full release. :)


Sun Mar 25, 2012 12:42 am
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Yay more Skulltag betas! :D

Also, is that changelog supposed to only go up to r3259? I thought it would go up to 3417?

EDIT:Oops nvm, read it completely wrong . XD


Sun Mar 25, 2012 2:25 am
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Good to see a new build out!


Sun Mar 25, 2012 7:05 am
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Finally! Now moar 98e servers!


Sun Mar 25, 2012 7:09 am
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AlexMax wrote:
I think there are a few revisions in there that are just repository maintenance (i.e. tagging untagged revisions).

Yeah, I simply exported the log messages without dropping any repository maintenance commits manually. Didn't want to spend time beautifying a list of changes that only few people will read in detail anyway, I better fix some bugs instead ;).


Sun Mar 25, 2012 8:11 am
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Nice work. :)


Sun Mar 25, 2012 8:23 am
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Can't wait for 98e, keep doing your best Torr! :D


Sun Mar 25, 2012 6:35 pm
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Front page wrote:
Latest version: 98d
November 7, 2010


Kind of a long, long time ago.


Sun Mar 25, 2012 6:45 pm
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DTDsphere wrote:
Kind of a long, long time ago.

True, but that's also why the 98e changelog is so massive ;).


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Edward-san wrote:
Finally! Now moar 98e servers!


awesome! in for 'nix-x64 goodness! =]

EDIT:
something is not letting clients connect with the current 0.98e-3417 64-bit - errors out with a outdated network code (server runs fine, but wont accept connections). Currently the 98e-3417 x86/32-bit version works fine however and lets me connect with other 98e-3417 clients. Server OS is Ubuntu 11.10x64.

Interestingly, with the 64-bit version Doomseeker wants to get a 0.98e-alpha-r0 binary? running the 32-bit version Doomseeker grabs the correct binary and connects. Hope that may be of help.

-l8r


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boxoaces wrote:
Interestingly, with the 64-bit version Doomseeker wants to get a 0.98e-alpha-r0 binary? running the 32-bit version Doomseeker grabs the correct binary and connects. Hope that may be of help.

So I didn't notice that mercurial didn't like operating as root when the repository was checked cloned as a normal user. I fixed the issue on my end, but it looks like Torr and I are going to have to solve the issue with DVCS revision numbers going out of sync since the correct build is r3408 for me on an unmodified clone. (Tip is r3414)


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Blzut3 wrote:
I fixed the issue on my end, but it looks like Torr and I are going to have to solve the issue with DVCS revision numbers going out of sync since the correct build is r3408 for me on an unmodified clone. (Tip is r3414)

Yeah, that's certainly a problem, I wasn't aware of that. Shall we discuss the details in a tracker ticket?


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As mentioned in the tracker ticket, the problem seemed to fix itself so now my numbers are matching Torr's. A new build has been uploaded to the same place. The same problem applied to the Mac OS X build.


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When I built the binary (x86-64) I did not have any of the problems mentioned by Blzut3. Quite strange, I'd say.


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