Latest Celestia Windows & macOS builds compiled from git (added a working macOS binary built with Qt5)

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Re: Mac OS X Version From SVN

Post #21by Markerz » 21.02.2009, 05:59

Updated to 4659 (enabled Spice in all build targets)

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Re: Mac OS X Version From SVN

Post #22by Markerz » 28.02.2009, 02:51

4660 (README updated (added SPICE support, Set Time fix, Simplified Chinese localization)) and 4661 (Added Lam2 For b; updated HD 80606)

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Re: Mac OS X Version From SVN

Post #23by Markerz » 14.03.2009, 08:57

Update to 4669 (FASTER VERSION THAN BEFORE)

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Re: Mac OS X Version From SVN

Post #24by Markerz » 28.03.2009, 04:18

Updated to 4679

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Re: Mac OS X & Win32 Executable from SVN

Post #25by Markerz » 04.04.2009, 02:55

Win32 version building started.If anyone likes this,i'll go on doing this.

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Re: Mac OS X & Win32 Executable from SVN

Post #26by BobHegwood » 04.04.2009, 13:36

Markerz wrote:Win32 version building started.If anyone likes this,i'll go on doing this.

Please continue this service if you would. Although I am a Vista user, I'm
certain other MAC users (Brain-Dead like myself :wink: ) may well appreciate
this service.

Sorry, but I'm afraid that I simply do NOT have the brain cells it requires to
compile the source code. :D

Many thanks for your help here.
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Windows Vista Home Premium, 64-bit on a
Gateway Pentium Dual-Core CPU E5200, 2.5GHz
7 GB RAM, 500 GB hard disk, Nvidia GeForce 7100
Nvidia nForce 630i, 1680x1050 screen, Latest SVN

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Re: Mac OS X & Win32 Executable from SVN

Post #27by ElChristou » 04.04.2009, 13:56

Markerz wrote:Win32 version building started.If anyone likes this,i'll go on doing this.

While it's ok for you to release such SVN versions you should continue. I'm sure many people will appreciate the effort.
Perso I do my own osX build, but anyway Tx!
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Re: Mac OS X & Win32 Executable from SVN

Post #28by dahemac » 04.04.2009, 15:50

Thanks for the great OS X builds Markerz. It is much appreciated.

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Re: Mac OS X & Win32 Executable from SVN

Post #29by Markerz » 11.04.2009, 06:21

Updated to 4699.

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Re: Mac OS X & Win32 Executable from SVN

Post #30by Markerz » 17.04.2009, 10:11

I'll be able to make linux version if anyone could tell me how to pack it. :idea:

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Re: Mac OS X & Win32 Executable from SVN

Post #31by ElChristou » 17.04.2009, 11:25

Markerz wrote:I'll be able to make linux version if anyone could tell me how to pack it. :idea:

Whaa... You are full of resources! Cannot help with the linux package but Tx for effort!
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Re: Mac OS X & Win32 & Linux Executable from SVN

Post #32by Markerz » 19.04.2009, 06:28

Please test linux version,i just put "/usr/local/bin/celestia in a package" and "/usr/local/share/celestia/" in the other package after the compiling

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Re: Latest Celestia from SVN Win32 Installer, Mac DMG (4898)

Post #33by Markerz » 30.10.2009, 12:22

Upload a installer of full pack of Celestia from SVN.

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Re: Latest Celestia from SVN Win32 Installer, Mac DMG (4898)

Post #34by duds26 » 13.11.2009, 11:38

There are two main package formats: deb and rpm:

Deb:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deb_%28file_format%29

Debreate - Debian Package Builder:
https://sourceforge.net/projects/debreate/

Another tool:
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Quickly

Rpm:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rpm_(software)

Creating RPM packages:
https://docs.fedoraproject.org/quick-docs/en-US/creating-rpm-packages.html

Outside of these formats, there is an interesting project OpenPKG:
( the creator of rpm5 has joined this project)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OpenPKG
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Re: Latest Celestia from SVN Win32 Installer, Mac DMG (4898)

Post #35by Markerz » 21.11.2009, 08:39

duds26, Thanks for the information. However I may not plan to build Linux version. Ill just keep both the Mac and the Windows version going.

See http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Celestia/D ... x_platform , maybe you can do the job for us. :)

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Re: Latest Celestia from SVN Win32 Installer, Mac DMG (4914)

Post #36by duds26 » 27.11.2009, 14:38

Nice link you've got there :D , very handy:).
I haven't much time currently, must study for exams and stuff.

Will look into it but don't know when.
I first have to learn a bit about unix/Linux development.
It's on my long term todo list.


Looks like compiling Celestia into a working binary won't be as difficult as getting the packages rolled out:

EDIT: Have found a good link to a tutorial about making .deb packages:
:arrow: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/PackagingGuide
http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=51003

Anyway, this looks also promising:
http://www.linuxfordevices.com/c/a/Linux-For-Devices-Articles/How-to-make-deb-packages/

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Re: Latest Celestia from SVN Windows (Qt4 added), Mac (5007)

Post #37by Markerz » 17.04.2010, 08:41

A Qt4 version added.

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Re: Latest Celestia from SVN Windows (Qt4 added), Mac (5034)

Post #38by Reiko » 08.07.2010, 14:45

The latest SVN I downloaded said it was 170 build 534. But when I start Celestia it still says 1.6.0 and not 1.7.0.

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Re: Latest Celestia from SVN Windows (Qt4 added), Mac (5034)

Post #39by John Van Vliet » 08.07.2010, 19:36

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Re: Latest Celestia from SVN Windows (Qt4 added), Mac (5034)

Post #40by Boux » 13.07.2010, 10:15

You can change the version string that shows up in Win32 splash screen and Win32 and Qt4 help/about menus there:
Win32:
E:\SVN\celestia\src\celestia\win32\res\resource.h
Qt4:
E:\SVN\celestia\src\celestia\qt\qtappwin.ccp

Additionally, to see the embedded version string in properties (when right-clicking the Win32 exe):
E:\SVN\celestia\src\celestia\win32\res\celestia.rc


I you want to build a release InnoSetup installer package, you can also make a change there:
E:\celestia_5038\celestia\celestia.iss
This is cosmetic as it will only show the version string during InnoSetup installation run and not in Celestia properties, splash or help menus as above.

BTW, the path to your Celestia sources may be different from mine.
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