This release fixes a number of bugs with sprites and the fonts received additional and updated glyphs for better support of some languages.
See the changelog for a full list: http://dev.openttdcoop.org/projects/opengfx/repository/revisions/8daf216e4243/raw/docs/changelog.txt
Maintainers may note some changes to the build targets:
- maintainer-clean WILL delete from the tar bundle the file to check the md5 sums against. Do not use that
- distclean will restore the source bundle to its prestine state
- clean-gfx will remove the pngs from the source bundle which can be re-generated from the source xcf files
Thus if you want to build the package completely from source, grab the tar bundle (or a repository checkout) and run clean-gfx to ensure that the png files are cleaned and thus re-generated from source.
Today we released a new major release of GRFCodec. The major feature of this release is the support for 32bpp and extra zoom graphics. This required changes in the GRF container format and the NFO, so both got an overhaul as well. GRF container format 2 allows much bigger (pseudo) sprites and NFO v32 makes it possible to add multiple real sprite to a 8bpp sprite. Finally the -n option for GRFCodec tries to find the smallest compression yielding slightly smaller GRFs.
Instead of building upon the existing NML, Nysosis has started afresh to keep consistent with his own coding style.
OpenGFX 0.4.1 brings a lot of new font glyphs, snow aware rivers and canals and fixes a number of graphical glitches.
Note to maintainers:
Starting with this 0.4 series of OpenGFX, it is no longer based on grfcodec and nforenum, but it is written in NML (version 0.2.1 or newer from the 0.2.x branch is needed). If you want to run a maintainer-clean, you'll need to make use of GIMP subsequently. GIMP has some issues in running nicely in parallel (it might trigger bus errors), thus you may want to trim down the parallelization during building to something like -j3 or maybe even completely off with -j1.
A bug-fix release from the 0.2 branch. No major new features, just a few new constants to make porting projects to NML 0.3 easier and some bug-fixes.
- Add: CB_RESULT_NO_MORE_ARTICULATED_PARTS, CB_RESULT_REVERSED_VEHICLE and CB_RESULT_NO_TEXT as constants to make porting projects to NML 0.3 easier.
- Fix: Internal error when the ID in a replace-block was not a compile-time constant
- Fix: Crash when referencing a SpriteSetCollection in a graphics-block that was inside an if-block
- Fix: Text files in docs/ were not included in source package
- Doc: Add GPL v2 header to all .py files
1.5 years after starting with NML we can finaly released version 0.2.0. The list of features, changes and fixes since 0.1 is too long to list. If all the features you want are supported by NML 0.2, we urge you to keep using it. NML 0.3 might have a few syntax-breaking changes, although we'll try to prevent that.
The 0.2 branch will be updated for a while with fixes, and this will be the last version to support OpenTTD 1.1.x. Starting with 0.3, NML will put it's focus on OpenTTD 1.2+.
OpenGFX 0.3.7 is a maintenance release which supplies the new sprites introduced in recent OpenTTD nightlies (r22973 and r22984) for climate-aware buoys and the group profit and autoreplace icons. This update is recommended for all, especially those who play with nightly versions :-)
With OpenGFX 0.3.6 rivers got a differently looking water and improved riverbanks and rivermouths to look quite distinct from canals. Other changes include enhanced building stages for the food processing plant and fixes to some trees where some pixels on one side were truncated.
Among a rework of many aircraft, based on aircraft drawn by Pikka, reworked by DanMacK, and reworked rail rolling stock by DanMacK, this release features a new food processing plant and slightly modified saw mill and also fixes the invisible food wagon for maglev.
For a full changelog see http://bundles.openttdcoop.org/opengfx/releases/LATEST/changelog.txt
OpenGFX 0.3.4 brings a lot of new sprites. Most important it brings new short tiles which fade better into the ground, have a better smoothness around certain corners but still preserve the breakers. Also it features completely new trees for the arctic and temperate climates and improved sprites for the factory, steel mill and farms, especially in their transparent view and building stages. And of course there's a range of bug fixes
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