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Post by cody » 14 Jul 2004, 16:54

Okay, I have read through all the cvs code and it looks fantastic. Sull, since I want to help with the Linux client, are we using the cvs code for the Linux client also or do you have your own?

(Sorry I'm not in irc, but my router at work doesn't let me :( )
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Post by Shura » 14 Jul 2004, 17:44

the source is the same for both. if you got it from cvs u have the linux code as well. ^^
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Post by cody » 14 Jul 2004, 17:59

grand. Just checkin'
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Post by ElvenProgrammer » 14 Jul 2004, 20:13

Yeah the code is cross-compilable and is the same for win and linux.
The CVS version is the latest one since Sull it's a little busy and he didn't had time to work on it. (Sull come back soon we need you!)
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Post by Genis » 10 Sep 2004, 00:36

yea, i too have been gone awhile, but i had some time tonight, and i compiled the latest cvs and ran it(running linux)
Its really looking great
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Post by ElvenProgrammer » 10 Sep 2004, 07:15

Genis wrote:... i compiled the latest cvs and ran it(running linux)
Its really looking great
:shock: You're now a linux user? I understand why you've been away for a while :lol:
Anyway it seems I'm the only one still having Windows, mmm this make me think... :?
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Post by Genis » 10 Sep 2004, 20:56

i got both, dont be lonely:)
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