The source code for a new revision release of Wesnoth RCX is now available.
- Version 0.1.2 (Gzip tarball, 60 KiB)
SHA1 checksum: 060e45725711a4f4dca284af1ceec2a144042fe4
The main changes in this version include adding support for dropping files into the application’s window or shortcut, and allowing to open more compatible file formats: Windows Bitmap (BMP), and depending on Qt4’s configuration, Photoshop PSD and GIMP XCF — note that output is still solely in the PNG format for simplicity and it’ll remain so.
I sort of promised support for dragging images from RCX, but that won’t be possible yet because it’s not as trivial as drop support and I’m too lazy at the moment. I also made a few minor revisions in the UI, but you probably don’t care about that or any of this until I can offer Windows and Mac OS X binaries — unfortunately, we’re not quite there yet because I need your help for that. It’s not magic. I can’t make it work without an adequate development environment for each platform and, as you should know at this point, I don’t own any Mac machines.
The instructions for using the source code don’t follow this time. I know what you think , so it’s up to you to read the included INSTALL file in the distribution archive.
Don’t hesitate to comment on RCX’s development, usability, bugs, or suggest new features! The only way things can get fixed or improved is that you make sure I am aware of what needs to be changed. If you think you can help with something else, please tell me!
UPDATE (2010-12-06): migrated files to SourceForge.net