4 Jan 2002 jameson   » (Master)

Hey, looks like someone's actually reading my diary entries ;-)

FreeSCI
Still closer to the release. IMHO, the UNIX part is done now (thanks to the remains of the Compaq TestDrive compile farm, I could test this one on a few new setups this time. 'Test' as in 'compile and run ./freesci -h', because they don't have X11 forwarding. Oh well.). However, support for Win32 seems to be broken; since I don't have the equipment to test or the knowledge to work on that, the release will have to wait for the Win32 porters.

Meanwhile, anyone sufficiently bored to try what is likely to already be 0.3.3 as far as non-Win32 is concerned can try this here.

cactus: Glad you like it! I can't seem to reproduce the problems you're having here (FreeSCI halting for a short while and CPU usage increasing dramatically) and haven't received any similar bug reports yet, but this sounds interesting (at least from the point of view of someone who's been fixing collision bugs for the last week). I'll contact you per e-mail, since advogato probably isn't the best medium to use for bug hunting...

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