I've ported the Debian-native installer for commercial games assets
with integrated support for automated downloads from Steam or GOG.com.
Almost all ScummVM games are supported, along with FPS with free engine etc...
& the shareware versions of these games.
As I haven't been an active SuSE user myself since 2000;
I'd be glad like if someone picks this up.
List of games:
Sample spec file I wrote for Fedora:
The commit that did added SuSE support:
The whole code base weight 7000 lines of python3 code and does a lot of stuff
(recursive archives checksuming, extraction & download, generate .desktop files etc...)
This probably wants to live in https://build.opensuse.org/project/show/games:tools
Which it does now https://build.opensuse.org/package/show/games:tools/game-data-packager
Can project admins drop the SLES repositories? Lots of packages lack dependencies, lots of build failures that nobody will fix I guess. And some build power can be saved as well. Thanks.
there is something wrong with the i586 repository of openSUSE_13.1. The latest updates are only available for the x86_64 version. Can you have a look at this issue.
Hello. Seems to be some OBS stuck. I asked at IRC, let's wait.
Nothing happens :(
You are right. I am at work now. Could you visit IRC #openSUSE-buildservice channel on freenode and highlight adrianS about this issue please?
I am at work as well and have unfortunately no IRC access. Maybe you can ask him this evening?
It seems to be fine now. Thanks!
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