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Name: yamagi-quake2 Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.0
Version: 7.20 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: lp150.1.2 Build date: Wed May 9 21:18:41 2018
Group: Amusements/Games/3D/Shoot Build host: obs-power8-03
Size: 3050535 Source RPM: yamagi-quake2-7.20-lp150.1.2.src.rpm
Summary: Enhanced Quake 2 Source Port
Yamagi Quake II is an enhanced client for id Software's Quake II. The
main focus is an unchanged single player experience; the gameplay and
graphics are unaltered. It also features: anisotropic filtering and
multi-sample anti-aliasing, widescreen aspect ratio and unlimited
screen size, compatibility with most mods, optional support for
retexturing packs and HUD scaling.






* Sun Mar 11 2018
  - Update to version 7.20
    + Add the soft renderer back. This feature is considered experimental.
      The porting of the old soft renderer code to SDL and it's cleanup
      were done by Denis Pauk.
    + Rename several cvars to be consistent across different renderers.
      The configuration file will be converted at the first start, when an
      old cvar name is used a message is printed.
    + Make the client unicode compatible. Yamagi Quake II can now be
      installed into pathes with unicode characters in it. On Windows the
      user name of the current account may contain unicode characters.
      As a side effect the game can run on ReFS volumes. While '+set
      basedir' is still supported, the unicode compatible '-datadir'
      should be used.
    + Another round of timing fixes. The game is now capable of holding
      the requestes or vsync framerate even on slow machines and with
      problematic GL drivers.
    + Fix server side mod handling, their configs are now saved to the
      correct directories and the configs are reexeced at mod startup.
* Sun Dec 10 2017
  - Update to version 7.10
    + Joystick support including haptic feedback. This fantastic work was
      done by Denis Pauk. The dirty work is done by SDL, how good or bad
      a joystick or gamepad is supported depends on SDLs support for it.
    + Fix the old SDL sound backend, s_openal set to 0 is working again.
    + Fix possible Vorbis buffer underruns if too many sound samples are
      in flight. This occured only in large multi player games with at
      least 6 custom models.
    + Fix a possible crash on Windows if MSAA was set to a value not
      supported by the driver.
    + It's now possible to play through the whole game on a Raspberry PI
      and other ARM boards. Please note that the RPIs hardware is really
      limited. Only the OpenGL 1.4 renderer is supported and the framerate
      is highly dependend on the screen resolution.
* Sun Oct 01 2017
  - Update to version 7.0.2
    + Fix several corner cases regarding render library loading. The game
      should now always fall back to the OpenGL 1.4 renderer if the new
      OpenGL 3.2 renderer can't be initialized. Also the game aborts if no
      useable OpenGL implementation exists.
    + Refactor the search path code. This should fix several bugs with
      Quake II writing to the wrong directories or being unable to find
      some / all assets.
    + Reimplement portable binaries. If called with the -portable command
      line option Quake II saves all data (configs, savegames, screenshorts
      etc.) into it's systemwide installation directory and not users home
      directory. In contrast to the old implementation on Windows stdout.txt
      contains all output, the first lines are no longer missing.
    + vid_fullscreen set to 1 now keeps the desktops resolution. Set it to 2
      to change the resolution.
    + Instead of a list with precalculated FOV values the video menu now
      shows a slider with possible values from 60 to 120. Horplus is now
      always enabled, set the horplus cvar to 0 to disable it.
    + The game is now able to hold the requested framerate (either by the
      vsync or the gl_maxfps cvar) with an accuracy of about +/- 1% as long
      as the hardware is fast enough.  The framecounter was reimplemented
      to be much more precise.
    + Fix misspredictions if an original client running on Win32 connects
      to a Yamagi Quake II server running on Linux/i386.
  - Remove patch:
    + yamagi-quake2-fix-OpenGL-linking.diff (fixed upstream)
* Tue Jun 27 2017
  - Fix broken appdata xml
* Sat Jun 24 2017
  - Update to version 7.0.1
    + Fix build of GL3 for platforms without SSE.
    + Fix Jennel Jaquays name in credits and quit screen.
* Tue Jun 20 2017
  - fix reproducible builds again
* Fri Jun 09 2017
  - Update to version 7.0.0
    + Remove the broken multitexturing render path from the OpenGL 1.4
      renderer. It was switched off by default in 6.00.
    + Reimplement the support for shared renderer libraries. Please note
      the this is an incompatible implementation with an custom API. The
      original renderer libraries will not work!
    + Implement an OpenGL 3.2 renderer. This renderer has the same look
      and feel as the old OpenGL 1.4 renderer but makes heavy use of
      modern OpenGL and GPU features. An OpenGL 3.2 capable GPU (Intel
      starting with Ivy Bridge on Windows or Sandy Bridge on Linux, Nvidia
      staring with G80 and AMD starting with R600 / HD2000) is required.
    + Fix OpenAL compatibility with modern openal-soft versions.
    + Several fixes and optimizations to OpenAL, implement support for
      doppler effects. (by xorw)
  - Add patch:
    + yamagi-quake2-fix-OpenGL-linking.diff
* Tue May 02 2017
  - use convert -strip to not have timestamps in png files
    to make build fully reproducible
* Fri Feb 10 2017
  - Add appdata.xml
* Fri Dec 16 2016
  Update to version 6.00
  - Make the client asynchronous. The old behaviour can be forced by
    setting cl_async to 0. Please note that asynchronicity can lead
    to problems if the old SDL 1.2 backend is used and vsync is
  - Implement gl_overbrightbits in the non multitexturing case.  A
    value of 1 just fixes lighting on water surfaces, higher values
    increase the brightness of everything.
  - General renderer overhaul for better compatibility with modern GPU
    OpenGL 1.4 is now required, older versions are no longer supported.
    Multitexturing was deprecated and will be removed in a future
  - Fix some longstanding AI problems.
  - Several general gameplay fixes.
  - patch allow-custom-cflags.patch has been removed due to the
    package being forked in factory
* Mon Aug 01 2016
  - Install into _libexecdir
  - Install icons into icon-theme directory (hicolor)
* Mon Aug 01 2016
  - remove patch: yamagi-quake2-allow-overriding-cflags.patch since
    upstream now also have CMake support without this problem
  - install binaries and libs to /usr/lib/yamagi-quake2/ and use a
    wrapper-script in /usr/bin/ to workaround rpath issues
  - fix source url
* Tue Jul 19 2016
  - Fixed file-contains-date-and-time rpmlint error
  - Added allow-custom-cflags.patch to allow custom cflags for
    openSUSE's optflags.
  - Compile with optflags
* Mon Jul 18 2016
  - Update description to highlight the user-visible changes rather
    than implementation details.
* Fri Jul 15 2016
  - Cleanup and prepare for Factory submission
* Sun Jul 10 2016
  - Update to version 5.34:
    + Add support for stereo 3D (by Valery Guskov)
    + Make gibt solid so they move with conveyor belts.
    + Disable gl_ext_multitexturing by default.
    + Switch from an arch whitelist to an "all archs are supported"
    + Add a new README.
* Thu May 19 2016
  - Update to version 5.33
    + Add OGG volume slider in settings menu
    + Fixed some bugs in volume settings
  - Remove unnessesary patch file
* Wed Jan 01 2014
  - Initial packaging



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