Installing a bundle seems to be a bit tricky because it doesn't have the content in a directory. This might work for the tar/grf itself, but it fails i.e. for the docs. I highly recommend to put the content in a subdir, I was always in thought this is the case. ;-)
final Edit: seems to be opengfx issue, only. (2cc and firs is fine)
- Project changed from NewGRF build framework to OpenGFX
- Priority changed from High to Normal
As this is the only GRF writing directly to data/, it isn't that high prio anymore. ;-)
- Status changed from Confirmed to Closed
- % Done changed from 0 to 100
Applied in changeset r229.
- Status changed from Closed to Reopened
Please keep the grfs in a tar so it doesn't "waste" open files slots, just like it was but in a subdir, like the other newgrfs...
also a quote of someone else ;-)
Why not? We can. It's one easy file and nothing can get lost. And no one is easily tempted to distribute it w/o license file
- Status changed from Reopened to Feedback
- Assignee set to Ammler
hm, better now? Can it be closed? Or do dirs need renaming?
make bundle_zip creates a silly name: zip.zip
You still don't tar the grfs in the dir... (not really necessary but was part of that ticket. ;-)
- Category set to build system
- Assignee changed from Ammler to planetmaker
- Priority changed from Normal to High
- % Done changed from 100 to 50
it still does make a "zip.zip" with make bundle_zip
also consider taring multiple grfs in the bundle...
zip warning: name not matched: opengfx-nightly-r362M.zip
This is Zip 2.32 (June 19th 2006), by Info-ZIP.
- Status changed from Feedback to Closed
looks fine now, whatever :-)
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