Bored? want a distraction or a new preject? - crazeeman

Hi.

A while back i started a re-write of crazeeman… after failing to make following
ghosts work, i kinda gave up and started on a different project… which is going
well…

i can be pretty sure i am not going to bother with this code again, at least not
for a loooong time. so i thought i’d put it out see if any of you lot wanted to
finish it off.

i did try and set up an svn server, but have failed, i’m a bit scared cos i dont
want to totally bork the server / leave it open to nasty users so the source is
supplied as httpable zip

the source makes little sence and has little or no commentation… this is part
of the fun of sorting out my code after not looking at it for ages / ever :wink:

a summary of the game - 8 way isometic pacman clone, it decided if you can move
using an array that sits along with the graphics… each diamon on the screen
has an area of the ‘walk around’ array, that is defined by the level designer.

anyway, if you are really brave enough your gonna have to figure all that out,
my explanations will probably just confuse you.

so there you go… i hope someone can volunteer to make this game finished /
playable, anyone with a passion for pacman should enjoy it!

in the zip there is a level designer that sets the graphics and the walking
areas array, which no longer seems to make levels for the game properly.

basically if you are thinking of taking this on i should give up now why you
still have your sanity… there are reasons it is called crazeeman.

the code is derived from one of my first pieces of c code about 5-6 years ago…
so good luck and god speed

http://www.cloudsprinter.com/random/crazeee.zip

Quoting Patrick Mohr :

I tried to download it but I’m getting a 404(File not found) error.

http://www.cloudsprinter.com/random/crazeee.zip

typical… ok it’s there now.

I moved it during my faliure to set up an svn server.

Anyone can tell my my possible mistakes with this most welcome -

http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/blfs/view/svn/server/svnserver.html

i use this guide on a debian server, not sure if i have latest everything
required by that guide… but i got this reply

svn import -m “Initial import.” \ /cloudsprinter.com/www/random/crazee
file:///srv/svn/repositories/crazee
svn: Unrecognized URL scheme for ‘%20file:///srv/svn/repositories/crazee’

…?

but you put a space right after them instead. Just use this on all one line
svn import -m “Initial import.” /cloudsprinter.com/www/random/crazee
file:///srv/svn/repositories/crazee
-PatrickOn 7/18/07, neil at cloudsprinter.com wrote:

Quoting Patrick Mohr <@Patrick_Mohr>:

I tried to download it but I’m getting a 404(File not found) error.

http://www.cloudsprinter.com/random/crazeee.zip

typical… ok it’s there now.

I moved it during my faliure to set up an svn server.

Anyone can tell my my possible mistakes with this most welcome -

http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/blfs/view/svn/server/svnserver.html

i use this guide on a debian server, not sure if i have latest everything
required by that guide… but i got this reply

svn import -m “Initial import.” \ /cloudsprinter.com/www/random/crazee
file:///srv/svn/repositories/crazee
svn: Unrecognized URL scheme for ‘%20file:///srv/svn/repositories/crazee’

…?

The problem is those backslashes. They are suppose to escape a newline

http://www.cloudsprinter.com/random/crazeee.zip

there is now an svn repository for crazee on cloudsprinter.com… if its
running
properly and is avaliable to the outside world is beyond me

the server is probably now a gaping hole

i am going to consult my brother to see if i have got everything running
correctly incase the server explodes.

<neil cloudsprinter.com> writes:

http://www.cloudsprinter.com/random/crazeee.zip

there is now an svn repository for crazee on cloudsprinter.com… if its
running
properly and is avaliable to the outside world is beyond me

the server is probably now a gaping hole

i am going to consult my brother to see if i have got everything running
correctly incase the server explodes.

I’ve just started new work and we’re using Subversion here. There’s a great
on-line book about it linked to by the docs here. Its at

http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.2/index.html

for those who are interested in setting it up for themselves.

-J

i am going to consult my brother to see if i have got everything running
correctly incase the server explodes.

I’ve just started new work and we’re using Subversion here. There’s a great
on-line book about it linked to by the docs here. Its at

http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.2/index.html

for those who are interested in setting it up for themselves.

thanks for that…

after attempting to get help / whatever from my brohter over this, and after
his lack of responce, i sent him a text saying i was gonna go ahead and try to
fully set up the server to be a svn server… so at some point in the near
future i will have a working svn repository, or a broken apache server :wink: