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QuoteHi!Omg, I totally forgot I was working on this. You really should poke me on IRC from time to time; my attention-span tends to be very short Sorry about that.So I gather that the Windows build is running fine otherwise? I will replace the lib this weekend, then we can see if that works fine.For OpenTTD we upload the binaries via sftp, with a public key. Now I always have to think hard which key we use .. I think it is:http://devs.openttd.org/~truebrain/cf.key.pubIf you can make an account for uploading with that key as access. If you then can give me the sftp address (so user, host, port, and path), I will make it automatically upload to your SFTP. Please disable password logins for that account.The upload-script creates a directory per nightly, puts a changelog.txt in there (with the SVN changelog of the last N days), a release.txt (with the date of the build), and for every binary the binary itself, together with the md5sum, sha1sum and sha256sum (as they were on the build machine). If you want any other file (or less files), do let me know. For OpenTTD nightlies we for example also upload a readme.txt. For an example, please see: http://ftp.snt.utwente.nl/pub/games/openttd/binaries/nightlies/trunk/For OpenTTD after the upload we also call a script on the remote server to inform the upload was done. If you have any of such script let me know, and we can also give it a poke after upload. (we update http://finger.openttd.org/versions.txt for example, but it can be any script doing what ever you feel useful )I will also see if I can poke a Mac user to get me a libbz2. So far I have been unlucky, but I haven't really followed up on it. Otherwise I will dust off my old Mac laptop, see what he can produce for me.Did you try if the revision of the Windows build is how it should be btw?Guess it is almost there then If there is anything else, don't hesitate to ask; anything is possible!Will get back to you this weekend when I fixed up the Windows build, so you can test if it really works now etc With kind regards,Patric "TrueBrain" StoutSysOp OpenTTD
QuoteBut it begs the question: Is there anyone with enough scripting knowledge how to cobble together a simple site offering the last version?