Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 508281
Split raydium from maniadrive
Last modified: 2010-12-05 01:47:11 EST
Description of problem:
Maniadrive carries some old snapshot of raydium 3d engine.
Is it possible to split it to separate package? And will maniadrive continue to work with newer version of raydium?
I’m asking as I’ve find some small game that may be packaged, but it seem to require newer version of raydium:
I wouldn't mind switching to a newer release of raydium (assuming we can fix maniadrive to work with it) but there is no newer upstream release. There has been some activity in svn, but not much, atleast not at:
So where would one get this newer raydium ?
Hmm... I think, they didn't make new release, so only svn is available:
svn co svn://cqfd-corp.org/raydium/trunk
Their svn log:
There is even some commits for maniadrive.
I'm really busy with other stuff, can you package up the latest svn please? Then
when that is done I'll see if maniadrive will work with that.
Ok, will try a bit later.
Hi Alexey, any progres on this ?
Hi, didn't make any progress until vacation which is now, so this is defered a bit.
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 12 development cycle.
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