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Re: [Enigma-devel] Enigma 1.10 Milestone 5 Revision 1877

From: Mark Pulley
Subject: Re: [Enigma-devel] Enigma 1.10 Milestone 5 Revision 1877
Date: Wed, 2 Dec 2009 20:40:17 +1100

On 02/12/2009, at 12:09 PM, Sidney Markowitz wrote:

Ronald Lamprecht wrote, On 2/12/09 11:46 AM:
Sidney did compile a Mac OS X package, that should be carefully tested due to major system upgrades and base library changes. Mac OS X 10.4 requires an installed X11 package. Please report bugs as well as successful tested configurations.

To clarify to the Mac users: Enigma on Mac OS X does not run under X-Windows, but testing revealed a dependency on a library that is installed when X11 is installed. X11 is always installed on Mac OS 10.5 and 10.6. It was an optional component of 10.4. If you have a Mac running 10.4 that does not have X11 installed you can get it from the Mac OS X install disk in the folder of optional installs.

As far as I can tell this dependency existed from the first version of Enigma that I built for Mac OS X. I just happened upon a Mac running 10.4 without X11 during my testing this time and discovered the problem. I suspect that nobody on this mailing list is running 10.4 without X11 or else the problem would have been revealed already.

I've found a glitch when running the new version. When it loads, if the screen resolution is set to 800x600, the following error message comes up:

Error loading '[path]/Resources/data/models-40.lua'

Error '[path]/Resources/data/models.lua:72: Could not define model fl_abyss: error loading fl_abyss'

This error may cause the application to behave strange'

And strange it was: every tile on each level was filled with fl_dummy, all the stones were invisible.

This happens with loading in a window or full-screen. Other resolutions seem OK.

I'm running MacOS 10.5.8 on 1.07 Ghz PowerPC G4, with X11 2.0 installed.

Incidentally, I've had X11 installed for a long time, even when I was running MaxOS 10.3

Mark P.


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