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    I have updated the codeblocks pnd with the one with gcc 7.3 and clang/llvm (warning: that's a 3.7GB download)... I'll update the changelog later.
    gcc 8.1 is still compiling.
     
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    I have updated the 1st post with the updated changelog for codeblocks pnd.
     
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    downloaded..thank you.
    I will make a new Dev SD Card with this ;)
     
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    Thanks Seb
    I've downloaded just now. Like Ingo i'll made a new card with this.
     
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    On a related new, gcc 8.1 is compiled. But I need to test it a bit first before packaging...
     
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    Are the updates mentioned in the codeblocks thread going into the beta codeblocks? I used this beta one but no bzip2 1.0.6 :(

    Thanks for this btw.
     
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    bzip2 1.0.6 should be here @sm0kew0n but there is something strange with this one. Try "/mnt/utmp/codeblocks/usr/bin/bzip2 --version"?
     
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    Yes, it is 1.0.6. Strange this configure script doesn't see it. Okay I'll do some digging, thanks @ptitSeb
     
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    Well, you just "bzip2 --version", I guess you'll get 1.0.5. Maybe it's because it's used by pnd system and so already in us somehow... Not really sure what is happening here.
     
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    If i do "bzip2 --version" i get 1.0.6 version. Maybe the configure script tries to find it in a weird place, like /usr/local or /opt?
     
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    I think they are already up to date.

    But i would appreciate a lot more QT 5.11 when they release it at the end of this month, ;)
     
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    Added System Shock beta pnd to the 1st post.
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    A word of warning, it's a crude beta for now. Most menu wont work (I don't think there is Load/Save yet). but core gameplay is complete (with sound and even music, using a WildMidi hack). You'll need SystemShock Enhanced Edition data (only the "res" folder) inside appdata/systemshock to play.
    Keymap is default for now, so not super Pandora friendly.
    Go to 1st post for link and a few additionnal infos.
     
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    What a shock !
     
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    Hi all :)

    @ptitSeb : thanks for porting System Shock to the Pandora ! I'll give it a try ASAP !

    Cheers, Magic Sam
    --- Double Post Merged, Jul 18, 2018, Original Post Date: Jul 18, 2018 ---
    @ptitSeb : I gave System Shock a quick go and everything worked fine on my Rebirth at stock speed :) I didn't understand much of what was going on on screen though ;) I guess I'll just have to RTFM :D

    Cheers, Magic Sam
    --- Double Post Merged, Jul 18, 2018 ---
    Hi again !

    @ptitSeb : looks like the shockolate developers are not aware of your WildMidi Hack:
    Source: https://github.com/Interrupt/systemshock/blob/master/README.md

    Do you intend to push your changes upstream ?

    Cheers, Magic Sam
     
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    Yeah, I will, but it's pretty ugly as it is right now (ugly in the sense it's not really configurable in the cmake, there is no proprer look for in the cmake for libWildMidi, and the insertion of WildMidi is rough), so I'm not sure how would be the best way to do (a pull-request will probably be rejected).
    --- Double Post Merged, Jul 18, 2018, Original Post Date: Jul 18, 2018 ---
    For the curious, here is the diff from the version I compiled of Shockolate (not updated, just the version I used). (EDIT: link removed, it was wrong, see my next post for correct link)
     
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    I have just noticed that the tar.gz of the diff was messed up.
    Here is a proper copy...
     

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    Yes, that seems to fall out to a valid diff file once I've decompressed it properly. Thanks!
     
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    I have update the codeblocks pnd beta. Latest version include a working clang, and Qt 5.11. I have also compile QtWebKit 5.212, but there is an issue with it (or the JS engine, not sure), and the version of Otter I built with it doesn't work properly (there is a Illegal Instruction error). I haven't been able to found the root cause of this, and because it may take a long time (or I may never found), I prefer to release it as-is, at least with the other libs updated...
     
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