If you want to get the very latest snapshot of RealTimeBattle, you are
checkout the CVS tree from SourceForge. On this page there
are more information on how to use CVS. It is also possible to browse the
- Checking out:
To check out simply do as follows:
Note that the main branch at the cvs is in developing stage and may not
compile at all, so don't expect it to work.
First set the environmental variable CVSROOT to
%export CVSROOT= if you are using
bash or similar shells.
%setenv CVSROOT= if you are using
tcsh or similar shells.
Then go on and and login to the server and checkout:
%cvs co RealTimeBattle
or if you want to check out the stable branch of the RealTimeBattle tree
you have to do this:
%cvs co -r release-1-0-0-patches RealTimeBattle
To compile RTB from the cvs you will need
sgml-tools (version 1.0.x) . The latter
isn't necessary if you don't need to compile the documentation.
Before the actual compiliation can be started you need to create the
If everything goes well, you should be able to compile as usual now.
automake needs the file
, which isn't installed by default on some systems (e.g. FreeBSD).
To be able to create the *.gmo files you need to have
gettext 0.10.35 or later (see
www.gnu.org to download).
If you don't want any other language than english, you don't need to
gettext, but you have to configure using
% configure --disable-nls