Actually freeciv is completely written in C. It also has an SDL frontend; the only problem is it probably requires a big drawing area for all the interface and the map...MIK posted on Oct 5 2005 at 11:31 AM said:maybe but freeCiv is an Java game. so jou need a VM for the GP.
Maybe you could use the VM for Linux an run it without any changes. But i don't this it is very playable.
jeah its my fault it looks like a java game...jlebrech posted on Oct 5 2005 at 11:43 AM said:freeciv is C it uses the gtk library, its freecol you are thinking about.
Well, yeah, but that's a library, why shouldn't it work on gp2x Linux?Digital Awakening posted on Oct 6 2005 at 06:06 PM said:Judging from the file name: "Freeciv-2.0.6-win32-gtk2-setup.exe". I say it's made in GTK2...
If you look at the source, you can see it is structured as two distinct processes, a "server" which contains all the logic and the game status (and is OS-independent), and a "client" which displays the graphics, manages user input and talks back to the server. There are many clients, one for X/GTK2, one for X/GTK1, one win32, one for SDL, and some others.Digital Awakening posted on Oct 7 2005 at 08:09 AM said:Just saying it's not SDL