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Software News   Software News : GemRB 0.7.2
   posted by afxgroup on 7-Dec-2012 13:59:04 (2457 reads)
A new version of GemRB is avaliable on my site:

GemRB is a portable open-source implementation of Bioware's Infinity Engine.

The latest version is 0.7.2 (changelog). It can be downloaded from here.

Read more...


Features

Runs the Baldur's Gate, Icewind Dale and Planescape: Torment games
Cross-platform: runs on Windows, OS X, Linux, *BSD, Android, iOS and more
Open source under the GPL (git repository)
Nearly feature-complete (todo)
Usability innovations, including touch based input
Extensible plugin-based design that removes many limitations of the Infinity Engine

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Fantastic


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Thanks Andrea, I'll try it tomorrow

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Great game.
I just played for a few hours and was about to leave the starting area/main castle when the program could not find area2700 and refused to carry on.

–––––˜[ResourceManager/ERROR]: Couldn`t find `tracking.2da`
[Unknown]: Cannot find data/AREA2700.bif... Resource unavailable
[ResourceManager/ERROR]: Couldn`t find `ar2700.wed`.
[Unknown]: [AREImporter]: No Tile Map Available

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That's either a broken configuration or installation, I have this file (Baldur's Gate). Go to gemrb directory (or however high up the filesystem tree) and do this:
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find `cd` name AREA2700.bif

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i so want to give this a whirl again but i fear my life will be on the backburnrr for a while if so lol.


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Excellent Thematic.

Thanks that was sorted in a jiffy.
I actually copied files from an old setup to a new one.
The new setup contained the one area in data so checked another setup which had all the required areas.

Now works a treat.

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Log for you

http://crashlog.os4depot.net/?function=view&crashlogid=357


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Sorry.. but i can also read that article.. but if a program crash when it doesn't find the so object is not a program problem but as you can see from the stack trace is in the elf.library.. and the .so for GemRB essential... and i cannot avoid their use. And since the GemRB plugins loads other shared object they assume that they exists somewhere..


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Yes that's true, however if you "link" all that deps directly into the final binary (read how-to on the Kas1e's guide) users will not have any of that related crash for sure, in alternative (if you don't like the method or if you just don't have the time) you can also put all the necessary .so files into the internal SOBJs folder of the game, this will avoid the problem to fill the main SOBjs folder and also help final users to don't go everywhere in search of the needed files ..


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No. It is useless to link a static version of the lib into a shared one just because the user could not have that lib. For many reasons. The most important as usual is that if i release a new version of the shared lib the user must replace only that lib while with gemrb i should release every plugin linked with that lib. This is the why shared object are released.
Maybe i could release all libs with the package or maybe i can write it into readme but this is another thing. OpenAl for example is almost used in every game like SDL so almost all user should have it to play a game..


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Quote:
Maybe i could release all libs with the package or maybe


Yes please do that, it's always better than fill the main SOBjs folder .. also no crap to search around just for play, then if another lib will be released separately we can always "playing" with the internal game "sobjs" folder and nothing else = system clean


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Doesn't work with icewind dale for me on my X1000, the game starts and plays but there is no control panel so I can't do much with it, not even save or exit, the info bar flashes on and off when I move the mouse over it but is not visible long enough to read what it says. tried on 640x480 and 800x600 with no difference, the game is unplayable like this


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is the libSDL the latest one?


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I have no idea. sobjs are a pain in the a**e, I have two libsdl-1.2.so files
one is 598220 bytes (aquaria version?) the other is 400668 bytes. there is no libsdl archive on os4depot or aminet to check against.


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On the google site

http://code.google.com/p/os4sdl/


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