[Wine]Re: APPDB: Half-Life and Counter-Strike with WINE
cmorgan at alum.wpi.edu
Mon May 9 21:35:01 CDT 2005
If you would like to submit a version please do so. In your case you
submitted an entire application that was a duplicate, and when I rejected it
the version submission implicitly created when submitting an application was
also deleted. If there was a particular place that was confusing please
mention it, we want to ensure that the appdb documentation is as clear as
Do we even need to have the retail version of CS in appdb? Nearly all CS
servers upgrade when new versions come out as bugs and exploits are fixed in
older versions. I don't think we want to list every version that CS has ever
released, this means we would have a forum, description and an entry for each
CS release? That seems like a bit much. Typically we bundle similar
versions together. If you would like to add specific testing results for the
retail version I think you should do so in the existing Counter-Strike
version entry. A common method is a table similar to that in the version
template where the first column is the version of CS, the second the version
of wine and the rest like the normal testing table.
On Monday 09 May 2005 8:53 pm, David F. Colwell wrote:
> Hiji wrote:
> >--- "David F. Colwell" <dfcolwell at dfcolwell.com>
> >>Hiji et al,
> >>Couldn't find Half-Life or Counter-Strike in the DB
> >>yet they returned...
> >>Submitted version rejected
> >>The version you submitted ( 188.8.131.52) has been
> >>rejected.This application is already in the
> >>database. If you are interested in helping out with
> >>the howto please sign up to be a maintainer of the
> >>application. Thanks.
> >>We appreciate your help in making the Version
> >>Database better for all users.
> >>Best regards.
> >>The AppDB team
> >>I did my part. :-)
> >>On Monday 09 May 2005 7:40 pm, Hiji wrote:
> >>>Any ideas? (I'm forwarding the message, so, it
> >>>defaults to showing below my message. Sorry!) :(
> >--- Chris Morgan <cmorgan at alum.wpi.edu> wrote:
> >>I plugged 'half-life' into the search box and got:
> >>Looks like its working here. What did you search
> >>I just added 'halflife' as a keyword to the
> >>half-life application so searching
> >>for 'halflife' also returns the appropriate results.
> >I found it too, but I believe the problem was that he
> >was trying to add a specific version (184.108.40.206), and he
> >got the error. The versions I see on there are
> >220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168
> >David, can you elaborate for us?
> >Yahoo! Mail
> >Stay connected, organized, and protected. Take the tour:
> Roger that. I have version 22.214.171.124 of CS and submitted it as such. I
> entered version "1" of HL having not readily found the version. After
> more searching I now find I have version 126.96.36.199 Nevertheless, should
> the CS have been rejected? I see the DB now and I probably didn't
> submit well. I pasted my original mail to wine-users at winehq.org in the
> description portion of the form and then got lazy and said "see above"
> in the following section.
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