The Mana World 0.0.23 RC3

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Post by Dr Wahl » 05 Jun 2007, 09:06

Trapdoor, I am getting the same error on my Mac. I am running:

PPC 1.66Ghz
Mac OS X 10.4.9

I am getting a Bus Error, but I do not have enough programming skills to do the debugging myself. Let me know if there are any logs I can supply you with.
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Post by trapdoor » 05 Jun 2007, 18:55

Will need to test locally, in the mean time, the final release version is at http://www.casualgamer.co.uk/tmw-0.0.23-osx.dmg

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Post by Cosmostrator » 05 Jun 2007, 23:56

trapdoor wrote:Hmm thats very strange, are you using intel or PPC?

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PPC. G4 notebook actually. The other comp was an eMac, that's at work though.
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Post by Jetryl » 06 Jun 2007, 04:35

RC3 booted, and ran just fine on my PPC G4e with OS 10.4.9.
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Post by Cosmostrator » 06 Jun 2007, 08:37

I found my problem. Unfortunately it took a little work to solve.
I had to go into the .tmw folder in my user directory and delete all the files there. When I reopened TMW it downloaded all the right files. Perhaps you could write an applet that would do this automatically?
I followed the following instructions to make hidden files visible so I could get into the .tmw folder

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defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles TRUE

killall Finder
Now you will see much more in the root of the system disc (yours will be called something different, like 'Macintosh HD').

To revert back, type:

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defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles FALSE
killall Finder
Hope this helps-
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