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ketmar

GNU/Linux editor with UDMF support, Eureka style (wanted)

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yes, i know that SLADE3 can be built for GNU/Linux. but it is huge, and does alot of things i don't really need, and requires wxWidgets+webkit (no flamefest, please ;-), and... huge. on the other side there is Eureka: neat, small, simple, fast... but no UDMF support. yes, i know that Andrew very much stopped working on Eureka, but maybe there is someone else who's planning to add UDMF to it? sadly, i don't have enough resources to work both on Eureka and on k8vavoom. so maybe someone will take on further Eureka developement?

 

or maybe there is an editor that supports UDMF for GNU/Linux already? my requirements are: c/c++, GTK+2/Qt4/FLTK.

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alas, both versions of Doom Builder are crashing hard with Wine. but thanks for trying to help!

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On 4/26/2019 at 2:49 AM, ketmar said:

alas, both versions of Doom Builder are crashing hard with Wine. but thanks for trying to help!

No problem :)

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All I can say is that I have a fork of Eureka in my github, where I really want to add UDMF support (being a Mac user I'm under the same problem as you, regarding UDMF). Hopefully I advance on it.

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Cool printz! I use Slade on Mac and another option for an editor is always appreciated, since slade constantly uses the CPU 20-30%, even if used in 2D-mode.

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