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A interesting game

Post by xpoy » Sat Jul 04, 2009 1:54 pm

well, I had a great game play...
Didn't know why, but the music be good, and the Orthographic Camera zoom be cool, that didn't change camera's angle, just zoom in or zoom out, though the camera zoom in zoom in then enter terrain, it was really cool good camera.
And the stdout, maybe some diffrent from other.
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Re: A interesting game

Post by zuzuf » Sat Jul 04, 2009 2:02 pm

hm, that VFS crash is strange. a GDB stack trace would be really help full here :mrgreen:
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Re: A interesting game

Post by xpoy » Sat Jul 04, 2009 4:43 pm

well, ta3d isn't a dos progrom, needn't wowexec.exe, should build in win32 subsystem.
Want know what codes be run before crash and that after quit to game table. But it just crash when I want set some flags or some other in TA3D. Look like most goto linux and use gdb
For linux install, are there some linux could installed without CD? /:^[ Halt in this..

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Re: A interesting game

Post by zuzuf » Sat Jul 04, 2009 5:01 pm

yes you can install without CDs, just mount iso images (if this is what you have as backups) in /mnt/smth or /media/smth and the installer script will find the files (you can also bind/link/copy there the files directly from the CDs/images, the result is the same, the script doesn't care about where the files come from).

You can also use gdb on windows (you need to install mingw32, then build TA3D from source in debug mode, then run TA3D through gdb) even if it's a bit less efficient on windows :(
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Re: A interesting game

Post by xpoy » Sat Jul 04, 2009 8:52 pm

Will try to install ubuntu in tommrrow
The win32 version had some problem due to some cross platform parts, that make some problems when debug /:^[
This problem surely about VFS, crash in VFS code, or crash when call VFS code...

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Re: A interesting game

Post by zuzuf » Sat Jul 04, 2009 9:03 pm

it may also be a memory corruption problem ...
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Re: A interesting game

Post by xpoy » Sun Jul 05, 2009 5:10 am

Yes, make sure it crash about VFS code.
When reset mod, then back to main menu, that read mod data will crash

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Re: A interesting game

Post by Johnsonpapa » Sun Jan 03, 2010 11:19 am

The easier way to mount an .iso file is to use daemon. It is easy to use any can be done in a few clicks. :)
TA rocks. But TA3D ROCKS!!! Get it? rocks. and ROCKS!!!

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Re: A interesting game

Post by xpoy » Tue Jan 05, 2010 5:08 pm

Did't played TA3D in linux, that ubuntu left me a bad think, linux needn't desktop

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