Good news! Coverity is doing scans of different open-source projects, and Overdose is one of them. so far, the results are outstanding, and very few bugs and flaws were found, 0 actually verified, and 3 unverified.
Yep, it's that time again, time for a new release. This one is new -- Attempts at documenting the source via doxygen are underway. All current output is in the distribution.
The full distribution, with Linux and Windows prebuilt binares is here:
Windows binary distribs (overdose.exe and pthreadGC.dll):
Blah, it's not exciting at all, now is it?
Windows Binaries (you guys need to learn to work the fucking compiler):
The release can be found in our file section, please read the docs and yes /me is still broken.
We now offer builds for Overdose for Windows! These builds are not supported by the Overdose team if they have 'CVS' in their names, because these are developmental snapshots.
0.2-ALPHA-CVSn means CVS snapshot from after 0.2, not leading up to 0.2.
There are a few changes this release; one is major, the other not:
* WORKS ON WINDOWS!!!
* /target command tells you what OS it was built for
Anyone that wants to give their time to fixing up Overdose will be appreciated. Thanks!
I have finally released 0.1.5-ALPHA. The current changes are also in CVS.
You can download it with this link:
The SourceForge.net team has fixed the CVS issue. We hope that you can start helping us by checking out our CVS tree.
How to get our CVS:
cvs -d:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot/overdose login
cvs -z3 -d:pserver:email@example.com:/cvsroot/overdose co -P overdose
Remembver to just press 'Enter' when prompted for a password.
A developer's tree for CVS has been created. It shouldn't be long until it merges with the public tree. I might have to contant SF.Net staff if it doesn't get merged soon.