Last Build Date: Thu, 31 Jul 2003 15:18:25 -0000
Thu, 31 Jul 2003 15:18:25 -0000
WolfStat 1.0.2 mostly adds better support for RTCW:ET. WolfStat now uses XML config files to name map weapon, team and player models to descriptive strings. This allows users to add support for additional game
mods simply by creating a new XML file.
With this release I consider the RTCW:ET support to be implemented. Ofcource there is probably still some bugs.
This release will render old statistics useless since the format of the dat files has been changed.
Wed, 02 Jul 2003 20:43:55 -0000
Two new realeases.
The first 0.9.2 should fixe some bugs with comments in the config file and also has a little bit better error handeling with missing logfiles.
Release 1.0.1 is a devel release (should not be used in production ;-P) . It includes support for the RTCW:ET weapons. Hopefully the list is now complete. I will start woking on support for modules.
Only general comments here.
Support request and Bugs in the trackers please.
Tue, 01 Jul 2003 06:31:46 -0000
RTCW:ET support is now beeing implemented into the CVS (MAIN branch). It is not fully supported but it is a beginning. Please check-out and try it out.
Yet to be implemented: Model regognition and a few weapons.
Latest bugfixes in the stable branch is under the rel_0_9_1 tag.
Thu, 26 Jun 2003 21:41:55 -0000
WolfStat is now hosted by SorceForge.Net.
I would like to start with a big thanks to Hampus for all the work he has put into WolfStat up until now. He felt it was time to move on and (since RTCW and RTCW:ET is now available for Linux) I felt it was time to start gaming again =).
My primary mission (after I'm settled in) is to start implementation support for RTCW:ET and to get a nice build structure for Linux and other POSIX systems.
The development is probably going to be more focused on Linux in the beginning (since I'm 100% on Linux) but I will try to keep the source portable. For that I really need help from a person who can compile and test the software on a Microsoft platform.
If nobody objects the source will be re-licensed from GPL to LGPL from release 0.9.1. I'm doing this since it needs to be linked with the MSXML library when compiled on Microsoft operatingsystems. According to my interpretation of the FSF licenses this was not legal to do when it was under GPL. But then again IANAL.