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Community => Simutrans Gaming Discussion => Topic started by: Colin on December 31, 2009, 11:47:28 PM

Title: Nightly's, Discussion only.
Post by: Colin on December 31, 2009, 11:47:28 PM
I am an avid user of nightly's and download them as soon as they are available. One thing I've noticed is that the 'History' text very rarely gets updated. This leaves me in the dark about what has actually been updated, Is there somewhere else where this information can be obtained?

Please feel free to move this post if it's in the wrong place.
Title: Re: Nightly's, Discussion only.
Post by: Frank on December 31, 2009, 11:55:02 PM
http://svnlogs.simutrans.com (http://svnlogs.simutrans.com/)
Title: Re: Nightly's, Discussion only.
Post by: Colin on January 01, 2010, 12:02:41 AM
http://svnlogs.simutrans.com (http://svnlogs.simutrans.com/)

Thank you Frank, I didn't know of this site it is most helpful. I actually was refering to to the nightlys as in 'r2970' etc. not the full PAK update.

Revision 244 has not been posted on the dowloads site as yet, so the new City List would not show in version 243 which is what I'm currently using. Mind you, it does now, I've put it in myself. ;D
Title: Re: Nightly's, Discussion only.
Post by: knightly on January 01, 2010, 09:07:26 AM
Hi Colin,

One thing I've noticed is that the 'History' text very rarely gets updated. This leaves me in the dark about what has actually been updated, Is there somewhere else where this information can be obtained?

According to my observation, Prissi/Dwachs only updates history.txt when
1) a bug from a previous stable release is fixed
2) a new feature is added

Things like partial work and bug-fixing of newly introduced features (like network mode) will not be listed. E.g. Prissi has recently added synchronisation for changes in schedule, but such intermediate work is not shown in history.txt.

Knightly
Title: Re: Nightly's, Discussion only.
Post by: IgorEliezer on January 01, 2010, 04:03:26 PM
Simutrans SVN Logs is now accessible via Simutrans Blog. See Links on the right-side menu.

http://blog.simutrans.com/