Chris Laurel wrote:
> I checked in a few minor changes today that I think make us ready to put
> out 1.2.5 . . .
> simulation.cpp: fixed a double to float conversion warning
> customorbit.cpp: fixed inclination sign error in orbits of Saturnian moons
> README: added Christophe to the developers list and a couple other credits
> ChangeLog: mentioned some of the more recent changes
> celestia.cfg: included a sample line (commented out) with multiple extras
> celestia.iss: installer script for Windows; added additional 1.2.5 files
> Fridger or Christophe: would one of you volunteer to put together the
> Linux release? I still haven't upgraded my KDE, so I can't test the KDE
> GUI. Let's get the usual source release done and we can worry about
> making binary RPMs later.
Good that things are getting on their way now;-). Unfortunately as of today
(after this nice and long break;-)), work hit back on me insainly and I simply
cannot predict when I will have any time left over during this week. Hence,
Christophe, if you can manage to put the Linux package together, this would
certainly be faster...I hope I will at least be able to run some tests on the
result. Over the next weekend it might be a little better.
In looking through Chris' last changes:
1) I liked the README contents
2) celestia.iss still uses version number 1.2.4
3) What about the missing icons for Windows in the res directory?
4) There is still this superfluous trivial startup error
"Parent body 'TYC 5503-946-1' of 'b' not found."
that confuses Newbies, for example. I have just commented the
relevant entry out in extrasolar.ssc, but there sure is a better way;-).
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