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Task #651510

Make webperimental modpack installable

Added by Sveinung Kvilhaugsvik almost 3 years ago. Updated 21 days ago.

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RsXT.2, a user at the Freeciv forum, asked how webperimental could be used with a local Freeciv client. I suggest that we make it installable through the modpack installer. I assume that I don't have access to do so myself since I never have touched the installable modpacks.


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Blocked by Freeciv - Task #656477: Update modpack servers not to point to svn.gna.orgIn Progress

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#1 Updated by Jacob Nevins over 2 years ago

Indeed, access to colossus is required to publish modpacks.

Is webperimental in such a state that it can be served as it is in svn, for both S3_0 and trunk branches?

#2 Updated by Sveinung Kvilhaugsvik over 2 years ago

Is webperimental in such a state that it can be served as it is in svn, for both S3_0 and trunk branches?

Not sure what you mean here. Some potential answers based on guesses: I've kept the 3.0 version in sync with the 3.1 version. (They should only differ in ruleset format) Bug #656627 should be fixed first. (Hopefully tomorrow) Webperimental is a normal freeciv ruleset that limits it self to using the subset of ruleset features freeciv-web is able to support.

#3 Updated by Jacob Nevins over 2 years ago

  • Blocked by Task #656477: Update modpack servers not to point to svn.gna.org added

#4 Updated by Jacob Nevins over 2 years ago

  • Status changed from New to Assigned
  • Assignee set to Jacob Nevins

I've now made webperimental available from Github in the modpack lists that S3_0 and master point to.

The caveats in task #656477 apply: I'm not sure if this will actually work for Windows installations. However, I'm closing this ticket, as dealing with that can be done under task #656477, which remains open.

#5 Updated by Jacob Nevins over 2 years ago

  • Status changed from Assigned to Resolved

#6 Updated by Jacob Nevins 21 days ago

The caveats in task #656477 apply: I'm not sure if this will actually work for Windows installations.

By the time 3.0 is released, all Windows builds should support https.

I'm closing this ticket

Actually closing it now...

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