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Old February 8, 2011, 21:59   #11
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Again, thank you. Do you mean I should rename the NPPchanges.txt file in the main directory?
Correct. changes.txt is referred to in Makefile.osx, so you could change the name there instead if you prefer.

You weren't kidding about moving to the V3.2 codebase, BTW
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Old February 9, 2011, 01:59   #12
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Correct. changes.txt is referred to in Makefile.osx, so you could change the name there instead if you prefer.
I made those changes.

The OSX/MAC build is also available here:

http://download.nppangband.org/NPPAngband-0.5.1-osx.dmg


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You weren't kidding about moving to the V3.2 codebase, BTW
I started just wanting to do the shop interface. I think it was about 5-75 hours of cut and paste before it would even compile. I probably wasn't too smart about the way I did some things, and it could have been done alot quicker, but it was still a heck of a project either way. I didn't even get all of it. I still don't have effect.c yet.

Good luck!

What version is the current FAAngband?
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Old February 9, 2011, 02:12   #13
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If I could toss in one feature request (I'm mainly a Vanilla player): in Vanilla, if you're given a prompt with only one option, the return key accepts it (rather than "a" or whatever the option designator is). It's a small thing, but I've gotten used to it.
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Old February 9, 2011, 02:17   #14
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I started just wanting to do the shop interface. I think it was about 5-75 hours of cut and paste before it would even compile. I probably wasn't too smart about the way I did some things, and it could have been done alot quicker, but it was still a heck of a project either way. I didn't even get all of it. I still don't have effect.c yet.
I'm trying to get just about everything except the store interface - the new command structures and spellcasting have hurt most so far, and I'm just hitting object handling...

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1.1.6 is current; my version policy is that all 1.1.x are savefile compatible, and increasing x is meant to be just for bugfixing. So once I have all this done it will go to 1.2.
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Old February 9, 2011, 14:31   #15
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1.1.6 is current; my version policy is that all 1.1.x are savefile compatible, and increasing x is meant to be just for bugfixing. So once I have all this done it will go to 1.2.
I worded that poorly. I meant to ask, what version of the Angband codebase is FAA based on? IIRC it was based on Oangband, which might have gotten its start with Angband 2.8.3. And I don't know if either have kept up with recent Angband development. I was trying to guess how much of the base code will have to be udpated.
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Old February 9, 2011, 23:03   #16
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I worded that poorly. I meant to ask, what version of the Angband codebase is FAA based on? IIRC it was based on Oangband, which might have gotten its start with Angband 2.8.3. And I don't know if either have kept up with recent Angband development. I was trying to guess how much of the base code will have to be udpated.
Yes, it came from O which came from V2.8.3, but my most recent import of codebase from V was 3.0.9 IIRC. Which means it has little bit and pieces from every version of V since 2.8.3
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Hello,

I'm new to the linux world and I can't compile this

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with the instructions shown here:

http://rephial.org/wiki/Compiling#s2_2

A simple

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./configure --prefix=$HOME
make
make install
doesn't work, where is the configure file?

Please could you help me?

Thanks in advance!
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Please could you help me?
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cd src
make -f Makefile.std
will do it, almost. It is also (I just now see) missing src/snd-sdl.c. The simple fix is to copy it from another *band (V and FA both work); alternatively, remove the snd-sdl.o from Makefile.std.
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[Solved] Compiling NPPAngband on linux platforms

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cd src
make -f Makefile.std
will do it, almost. It is also (I just now see) missing src/snd-sdl.c. The simple fix is to copy it from another *band (V and FA both work); alternatively, remove the snd-sdl.o from Makefile.std.
Yes, this worked fine, thank you!

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