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FTEQCC for Ubuntu

Postby Max_Salivan » Wed Dec 06, 2017 1:00 pm

Where i can get fteqcc for ubuntu?
last version on packages.ubuntu is 3343
Sorry for my english :)
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Re: FTEQCC for Ubuntu

Postby Spike » Wed Dec 06, 2017 8:18 pm

http://triptohell.info/moodles/linux_amd64/fteqcc64 or http://triptohell.info/moodles/linux_x86/fteqcc32
there's no gui version, sorry.
alternatively fteqw has an embedded copy of the qcc. use the compile command to invoke it (it expects src/progs.src by default).
I have no contact with whoever 'maintains' the fte stuff in debian/ubuntu, so expect any distro-provided packages to be even older than the distro release.
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Re: FTEQCC for Ubuntu

Postby pitchatan » Sun Dec 10, 2017 9:09 pm

Max_Salivan wrote:Where i can get fteqcc for ubuntu?
last version on packages.ubuntu is 3343


FTEQCC works fairly well using wine, or it did last time i had linux installed. ;o
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Re: FTEQCC for Ubuntu

Postby Max_Salivan » Mon Dec 11, 2017 6:57 pm

Thanks,Spike,got it.

Wine is not god idea,when you can use native fteqcc:)
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Re: FTEQCC for Ubuntu

Postby Spike » Tue Dec 12, 2017 1:15 am

the gui version needs wine if you want to run it in linux.
yes, many people are fine with whatever fancy text editors they want, with fteqcc as purely a compiler, but fteqccgui is a debugger as well as just a text-editor-with-compiler. If you're (primarily) developing for fteqw then fteqccgui's single-stepping stuff can be quite handy (as well as f7 auto-restarting the map), otherwise its not a huge loss.
I'd write a more portable version of the gui, but I hate writing guis and I'm basically too lazy to restart it from scratch.

but yeah, using wine for the non-gui version of fteqcc is just pointless. :)
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