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    Yadex 1.7.0 Released


    Bloodshedder

    André Majorel alerted us to the release of Yadex 1.7.0, the map editor for Unix systems running X-Windows. New in this release:

    • improved handling of superimposed objects
    • added an alternative black-on-white colour scheme
    • Doom: fixed linedef types 35, 36, 68, 70, 71, 79 and 98
    • Heretic: many linedef and sector type fixes (Barry Mead)

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    boris said:

    Yadex is pretty cool, I used it to build parts of my FreeDoom map02.


    Yes, Yadex is quite nice really. I just wish it had full support for ZDoom. :)

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    Yadex is pretty cool, one of the best editors around I think. Don't have Linux on here right now to play around with it though :P

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    Good news: New version of Yadex
    Bad news:The version in Debian is still only 1.5.2 so it's either "make the package up yourself" or "subvert the packaging manager"

    miffe2 said in regards to a link to a 3d preview patch:
    Where?

    http://www.teaser.fr/~amajorel/yadex/faq.html, near the bottom of the page. Fair point, it took me a while to find it.

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    RjY said:

    Bad news:The version in Debian is still only 1.5.2 so it's either "make the package up yourself" or "subvert the packaging manager"

    Well, IIRC it was pretty easy to build it yourself (back then I tried it on SuSE 8.0 I think).

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    sargebaldy said:

    Yadex is pretty cool, one of the best editors around I think. Don't have Linux on here right now to play around with it though :P


    Yadex actually runs perfectly fine under Cygwin (http://www.cygwin.com) as well. I haven't looked into trying to create a native Win32 version with mingw yet, but if you don't mind Cygwin, you can try it without having to use Unix.

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