Build Request : CEGUI library

Hello , could someone provide the CEGUI library , which is GUI lib for many game projects using Irrlicht and OGre3d enigne,
so far no pacakges for it on 13.2 : http://software.opensuse.org/search?utf8=✓&q=cegui&search_devel=false&search_unsupported=false&baseproject=openSUSE%3A13.2

On Wed 26 Nov 2014 10:56:02 PM CST, lorgenheim wrote:

Hello , could someone provide the CEGUI library , which is GUI lib for
many game projects using Irrlicht and OGre3d enigne,
so far no pacakges for it on 13.2 : http://tinyurl.com/m6oa7na

Hi
Ask the maintainers to fix…?
https://build.opensuse.org/package/show?project=games&package=irrlicht

Then cegui should build…
https://build.opensuse.org/package/show?project=games&package=cegui

Send an email to either one of the bug owners, email off to the right
(hover over the email icon)
https://build.opensuse.org/package/users/games/irrlicht


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https://build.opensuse.org/package/users/games/irrlicht
Sorry , where is this mail address !? I see nowhere any link nor url address …

Hi
No problems, this should help :wink:

http://thumbnails111.imagebam.com/36792/57fdbe367916648.jpg](http://www.imagebam.com/image/57fdbe367916648)

Hmm after mailing with the user :" prusnak" and excuse of him, that he is no longer an bugowner, the only bugowner is user Cristian Morales Vega (RedDwarf), which does not reply to my requests … what should I do … ask someone else from that list ? Quite many packages seems to be missing from games repository , looks like this repo is treated as of minor importance >_> …
Hmm only if the new releases of OpenSuse were less boastfull I wouldn’t jump to the new one so quickly ; maybe they should be like " We upgraded kernel version and packages X, Y, Z , but please don’t rely on fully support in repositories : Music, Astrology and Games " :frowning: .

On Mon 08 Dec 2014 05:26:01 PM CST, lorgenheim wrote:

Hmm after mailing with the user :" prusnak" and excuse of him, that he
is no longer an bugowner, the only bugowner is user ‘Cristian Morales
Vega (RedDwarf)’ (https://build.opensuse.org/user/show/RedDwarf), which
does not reply to my requests … what should I do … ask someone else
from that list ? Quite many packages seems to be missing from games
repository , looks like this repo is treated as of minor importance >_>

Hmm only if the new releases of OpenSuse were less boastfull I wouldn’t
jump to the new one so quickly ; maybe they should be like " We
upgraded kernel version and packages X, Y, Z , but please don’t rely on
fully support in repositories : Music, Astrology and Games " :frowning: .

Hi
You do realize what a behemoth OBS is… :wink:

Currently openSUSE Build Service hosts 36,199 projects, with 276,436
packages, in 59,128 repositories and is used by 40,470 confirmed
developers…

It may very well be a second level of attention, but unless you bug the
folks maintaining or create a bug, or in your case post here, only the
folks that use the packages generally care.

Anyway, for you I fixed the package, once I submit and it’s accepted,
then CEGUI should build…
https://build.opensuse.org/package/show/home:malcolmlewis:branches:games/irrlicht


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Hi
The fix was accepted, so CEGUI is slowly building, I see it failed for 13.2 x86 fairly quickly…
https://build.opensuse.org/package/show?project=games&package=cegui

Heh due to the inertia of the entire system I was able to downaload and install the package only today, although I saw it yestearday already .
Well it works ALMOST good , except it is compiled without the freetype support :frowning:
Could you change it ?

CEGUI::InvalidRequestException in function ‘void CEGUI::Font_xmlHandler::createFreeTypeFont(const CEGUI::XMLAttributes&)’ (/home/abuild/rpmbuild/BUILD/cegui-0.8.3/cegui/src/Font_xmlHandler.cpp:240) : CEGUI was compiled without freetype support.
terminate called after throwing an instance of ‘CEGUI::InvalidRequestException’

I get :
Well please install the freetype2-devel and then recompile the CEGUI , please very much :slight_smile: .
regards . :slight_smile:

On Tue 09 Dec 2014 12:36:01 PM CST, lorgenheim wrote:

Heh due to the inertia of the entire system I was able to downaload and
install the package only today, although I saw it yestearday already .
Well it works ALMOST good , except it is compiled without the freetype
support :frowning:
Could you change it ? > CEGUI::InvalidRequestException in function ‘void
> CEGUI::Font_xmlHandler::createFreeTypeFont(const
> CEGUI::XMLAttributes&)’ (/home/abuild/rpmbuild/BUILD/cegui-0.8.3/cegui/src/Font_xmlHandler.cpp:240)
> : CEGUI was compiled without freetype support.
> terminate called after throwing an instance of
> ‘CEGUI::InvalidRequestException’

I get :
Well please install the freetype2-devel and then recompile the CEGUI ,
please very much :slight_smile: .
regards . :slight_smile:

Hi
In the first instance, best to ask the maintainer Matt Williams
(Milliams);
https://build.opensuse.org/package/users/games/cegui

Not sure but maybe more of something not enabled in freetype2…

Plus my local build machine would be banging away on two cores @ 100%
for 8 hours per build, so I’d have too pass on that… :wink:


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Well I send email to many peoples at aforementioned site .

BTW what does maintainer, bugowner downloader reader and reviewer does mean ?

Naah it’s like banging at night in China Town , you bang the doors here desperatly bang there , but nobody opens :wink:

In any case , here is a working script , producing CEGUI which at least works with my game :
https://svnweb.mageia.org/packages/cauldron/cegui/current/SPECS/cegui.spec?view=markup[/QUOTE]"]https://svnweb.mageia.org/packages/cauldron/cegui/current/SPECS/cegui.spec?view=markup

Hi
I would say it depends on the openSUSE freetype2 build, this is patent encumbered and some parts are not built by openSUSE, if other distros want to ignore, that’s their call <shrug>

For your other question, they are all the folks that are responsible for the package through different stages, but the Maintainer has overall responsibility for the package. If it was decided to push to factory and appear in the distribution, then the maintainer does agree to maintain for the releases maintained by openSUSE, if bugs are reported then it would be assigned to the bug owner, the rest are just different folks that can carry out tasks in the workflow to release.

https://build.opensuse.org/package/show?project=games&package=ceguiWhat is bad , is that there are no timestamps about what have been build or not last time … I am right , or that information is hidden somwhere ?

Hi
Just need to drill down a bit eg;
https://build.opensuse.org/package/binary/games/cegui?arch=x86_64&filename=_buildenv&repository=openSUSE_13.2

That’s on the right, clicking under the ‘Build results’ pick a release, then select the _buildenv link.

Else again under the ‘Build results’, but select the Rpmlint result again for your release and arch and at the end of the build log will have date and time.

Ok so after three days noone recompiled it … so maybe you could help again :slight_smile: ? … in the near future ?

Hi
So I patched it and it now finds the freetype headers, lets see if it builds…
https://build.opensuse.org/package/show/home:malcolmlewis:branches:games/cegui

I have also enabled it to be published, so if it completes grab a test rpm from;
http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/malcolmlewis:/branches:/games/openSUSE_13.2

OK , now it seems to have all the bells and whistles and works like a charm . Now I can run my gamne on OpenSuse 13.2 as well ! :slight_smile:
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