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Combat Simulator Project Demo V 0.2180 released

A new binary release of the Combat Simulator Project demo is available for Windows. Please check the corresponding wiki page for more detail: http://csp.sourceforge.net/wiki/Windows_Demo_0.2180

Posted by Henrik 2007-09-21

CSP Demo V 0.2107 released

A new binary release of the CSP demo is available. Please check the corresponding wiki page for more detail: http://csp.sourceforge.net/wiki/Windows_Demo_0.2107

Posted by Martin Hoffmann 2007-05-23

CSP Demo 0.6.0 (for windows) released!

See http://csp.sf.net/wiki/Windows_Demo_0.6 for detailed release notes and information.

Posted by Mark Rose 2006-04-25

CSP source code moved to external subversion repository

As of April 20, 2004, the official CSP source code repository is no longer hosted at SF. The legacy cvs repository will remain at SF, but future development will occur only in a new subversion repository that was ported from a cvs snapshot on 2004-04-17. See the CSP forum at http://csp.sourceforge.net/forum for details.

Posted by Mark Rose 2004-04-23

Terrain Tool Set available

A set of tools for fractal terrain generation is available on CVS.

Posted by Martin Hoffmann 2003-01-01

New Forums

CSP now has a new set of forums running on phpbb. These will eventually replace the existing SF forums. You can get to the new forums from the 'forums' button on the wiki navigation bar, or by going to http://csp.sourceforge.net/forum

Posted by Mark Rose 2002-12-04

Terrain Demo V 2.0 out!

Check it out in the download section.

Posted by Martin Hoffmann 2002-11-18

Wiki is now home!

After meeting today, we've decided to make the wiki the primary site for discussing and organizing work on CSP. The 'Home Page' link will now take you directly to the wiki. Once you're there, check out the links under the "General" heading, and see the "interesting starting points" if you are new to wiki's.

Posted by Mark Rose 2002-11-16

Wiki available

Posted by Martin Hoffmann 2002-11-12

Source Code moved into CVS.

All our old source code has been successfully imported into the CVS repositories.

Posted by Matt Boddicker 2002-09-24

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