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Old August 22, 2010, 08:52   #1
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Unangband 0.6.4a released

You can download the source code from http://prdownload.berlios.de/unangba...d-064a-src.zip and a precompiled Windows build from http://prdownload.berlios.de/unangba...d-064a-win.zip.

Changes in this release:

- Fix crash on Windows when levelling up (Reported by michielgk).

- Prevent friendly uniques from being invulnerable to enemy attacks (Reported by Ashkir).
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Old August 22, 2010, 21:37   #2
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Nice one Andrew.
In version 0.4.6b may it be possible to split the game and the sound packages? The download is really big for an angband variant.

Oh, i never saw a *band which compiles so nice like unangband Just 2 warning about unused variables and the old mkstemp problem.
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Old August 23, 2010, 13:30   #3
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You can download the source code from http://prdownload.berlios.de/unangba...d-064a-src.zip and a precompiled Windows build from http://prdownload.berlios.de/unangba...d-064a-win.zip
Hi Andrew,

FWIW, V has a version of main-ros.c that no longer uses path_temp() which is what uses tmpnam. If you just grab that code you can stop getting those warnings.
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I've been trying to compile this and get it running, but my compiled code seems to run into endless or at least very long loops in birth.c

Edit: Sorry. Must be a compiler problem. Rand_div always generates 0, that explains the problems. I'll see what went wrong there.

Edit: It works now. Seems the value table for the complex RNG was never initialized. Don't ask why, don't know either ...
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I've been trying to compile this and get it running, but my compiled code seems to run into endless or at least very long loops in birth.c

Edit: Sorry. Must be a compiler problem. Rand_div always generates 0, that explains the problems. I'll see what went wrong there.

Edit: It works now. Seems the value table for the complex RNG was never initialized. Don't ask why, don't know either ...
Huh, this is frustrating. I'm trying to get a 2001-era variant running, and i'm getting similar symptoms. You found a problem but don't explain what you changed.

I think psi-angband is based on 2.9.x, and keeps hanging in z-rand, but I'm not sure why.

I can see in a debugger that Rand_state has stuff in it....

Hmm, in my case the problem was:

* the values are defined as u32b.
* However, they were 64bit
* The loop only escapes if the values are below a threshold based on 32 bit values, so the loop will last 4 billion times longer than intended.
* Using the define L64 worked (which was intended for DEC alpha) which used unsigned and signed int instead of 'long' for u32 etc.
* In practice, this means I added -D"L64" to the compiler flags in Makefile.std.

The original symptom was a parse problem in the info files, because the code assumes the memory will fit, but is using 8-byte integers instead of 4-byte, which overflows the zeroed memory space.
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Huh, this is frustrating. I'm trying to get a 2001-era variant running, and i'm getting similar symptoms. You found a problem but don't explain what you changed.

I think psi-angband is based on 2.9.x, and keeps hanging in z-rand, but I'm not sure why.

I can see in a debugger that Rand_state has stuff in it....

Hmm, in my case the problem was:

* the values are defined as u32b.
* However, they were 64bit
* The loop only escapes if the values are below a threshold based on 32 bit values, so the loop will last 4 billion times longer than intended.
* Using the define L64 worked (which was intended for DEC alpha) which used unsigned and signed int instead of 'long' for u32 etc.
* In practice, this means I added -D"L64" to the compiler flags in Makefile.std.

The original symptom was a parse problem in the info files, because the code assumes the memory will fit, but is using 8-byte integers instead of 4-byte, which overflows the zeroed memory space.
usually you need to change the typedefs for the numeric types in 'types.h' to be something less archaic -- I think I've done this with animeband before just by looking at what the typedefs were in modern angband types.h and going with that.
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