I just saw trigger rally pop up on sourceforge.net.
On Mon, 28 May 2012 12:28:14 +0200, Ishmael TurnerCool.
> It took me awhile to figure out the autotools mindset mostly! And I tried
> to re-invent the wheel and cross-compile the dependent libraries myself,
> MXE was a big time saver, once I found it.
SF was more merciful with me. Now it's uploaded. I only renamed the binary
> I've given up trying to upload to SF, it's just too slow tonight. See if
> you can pick it up from here:
The instructions are also on SF in the slightly updated README.
> - Create C:\Program Files\Trigger Rally (or C:\Program Files (x86) on
> 64-bit Windows)
> - Copy trigger.exe from the link above into the new folder
> - Download the latest data from SF
> - Unpack the data into the new folder. Do not keep the 'data' top level
> folder, that is, you should have 'events', 'maps', 'textures' etc.
> in the Trigger Rally folder.
> - Optionally create a shortcut.
> Then you should be able to start trigger.exe.
> Yes that's right, I created a personal build using Autoconf and Automake.
> The official build system is Autoconf and Autojam. I quite like jam as
> build tool but I don't understand the Jamfiles well enough to know if any
> failures in the cross-compile are bugs in Autojam or problems in our
> scripts, or the cross-compile configuration. There is a lot more
> documentation for Automake so I stuck with that.
> I've created a repository on Gitorious:I can see it now. Thanks. I will take a look at it later.
> The 'autotools' branch has my build work, there is some documentation but
> it is only first draft material. I can't remember, but I hope there is
> nothing embarrassing in it! The master branch is the SVN branch.
> Give it a few hours before you try downloading it though. It is still
> uploading as of when I sent this mail. 40 KiB/s up, can you believe.
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