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AnonymousHero September 27, 2018 21:14

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Originally Posted by Gwarl (Post 133461)
Bump. If we can get user directory command line arguments back this week, we'll have a competition next month.

Unfortunately, I'm way too busy at the moment :(.

I've added an issue for now, though: https://github.com/tome2/tome2/issues/30

Cuboideb June 13, 2021 16:23

Hello, I have many requests for porting ToME to android. Do I need some kind of authorization from darkgod or the team that created 2.4.0 ? I wrote to darkgod in the tome 4 page and the forums, but got no response.

BTW, thank you for upgrading the code. It seems that you did a lot of work!

KesTheHammer October 1, 2021 13:32

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Originally Posted by Cuboideb (Post 153788)
Hello, I have many requests for porting ToME to android. Do I need some kind of authorization from darkgod or the team that created 2.4.0 ? I wrote to darkgod in the tome 4 page and the forums, but got no response.

BTW, thank you for upgrading the code. It seems that you did a lot of work!

Any chance of playing this through Termux?

I've played frog through Termux - but I am not a Linux user, so trying to figure out how to install it is beyond my capabilities.

fiery_mews October 1, 2021 17:10

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Originally Posted by KesTheHammer (Post 155602)
Any chance of playing this through Termux?

I've played frog through Termux - but I am not a Linux user, so trying to figure out how to install it is beyond my capabilities.

Yes, it works in Termux - IIRC I submitted a (very small) patch at one point to ensure this. For a while I regularly played ToME 2 on a Pixel C.

Edit: You'll want to install a compiler (probably clang), make, cmake, boost, and ncurses. (Be warned that boost takes up a LOT of space.) After that you can follow the build instructions on the Github page as usual. Note that some of the controls may be a bit hinky if you're used to the Win32 or X11 interfaces.


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