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Old January 31, 2011, 10:01   #11
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Indeed, wtf? That's 1000x larger than the average 'band, even with 32x32 tiles.
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Old February 1, 2011, 07:34   #12
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ToME 4 (first 18 releases, lagging one release there) is 3.58 GB decompressed; all other *bands combined are 3.38 GB decompressed.

The resulting combined tar obviously is too large for FAT32; I noticed because the external hard drive I'm using to build the tar is a FAT32.
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Old February 1, 2011, 07:37   #13
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IThat's 1000x larger than the average 'band, even with 32x32 tiles.
A ToME4 release is ~100x larger than a normal band release. The nearest competitor are the recent Unangband releases, but ToME4 is still ~7x larger than that.
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Old February 1, 2011, 07:47   #14
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It's up, two days ahead of schedule. The *.tar.bz2 contains the rest of the mirror.

Known gaps are as mentioned in the other thread.
Zaimoni, is there any chance we can get Ironband into the next release? Would be much appreciated

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Old February 1, 2011, 08:16   #15
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Zaimoni, is there any chance we can get Ironband into the next release?
Ironband is already is in the tarball, yes.
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Old February 1, 2011, 08:21   #16
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Ironband is already is in the tarball, yes.
great thx

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Old February 5, 2011, 07:59   #17
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The mirror has been updated to Jan. 30 2011. It's lagged two versions on ToME4, and I haven't run reality checks for unannounced updates so some of the more exotic live variants may be unwittingly lagged. sCthband, ToME2, ToME3, and EyAngband are now complete.

If you want the whole archive, just download the tarballs. The Angband.ref tarball contains everything except ToME4; the Angband.ref2 tarball contains only ToME4.
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Old June 28, 2011, 01:55   #18
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*.tar.bz2 files for updating the Zaimoni.com Angband archive have been constructed; uploaded started ~4AM U.S. Central June 27, 2011. ETA for refreshing the archive to June 26, 2011 is 2-3 days. The refresh will coincide with a DNS record change to complete implementing a server upgrade.

Due to FAT32 partitions not liking files above 4GB, ToME4 now gets two tarballs. This is after removing some broken archives (will schedule proper resolution later).

Known gaps:
* didn't check IsoAngband for latest updates before building that *.tar.bz2 (it doesn't get normal coverage here)
* The unofficial builds for ToME2 2.3.6-2.3.9 are not represented even as source code. Constructing source archives for these should be a matter of figuring out how to take a git mirror of a specific version.
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Old June 29, 2011, 13:01   #19
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Known gaps:
* didn't check IsoAngband for latest updates before building that *.tar.bz2 (it doesn't get normal coverage here)
Do you have IsoUnAngband as well?

The site hosting that is down and I'm not sure I snagged the latest copy...
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Yes, IsoUnangband rates its own directory. The latest one archived is unangband-064-iso-wip6.zip .

DNS change was initiated ~20 hours ago so the archive should be refreshed to June 26, 2011 now.
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