Blade Wrote:[...] That said, stop making such a big issue over what to call something, at the end of the day it isn't really important if its called RPCE or RP 1.09 just as it isn't important if its windows xp or windows 5.1. [...]
But as I noted above, things like Windows only get released once every few years. You know Vista is newer than XP, even without the numbers, because XP has been around for five years or something, while Vista was just released three months ago.
You don't have that kind of long development cycle with RP. As long as there's a new major version every few months, it's important to be able to tell them apart. Without version numbers, that's not easily possible.
Quote:That was your name for the #0050 exe, before it conveniently disappeared from the server just now. I could, of course, get out the full-server backups to restore it, but I'm not gonna take the whole server down for your lame coverups. You're not worth the effort.
And where a problem?
It just filename
It's the filename used on the official download server, so it represents that version of RP.
Argumenting "It just filename" is like releasing RP 1.10 as RP107c.exe and then saying "So what? It's just a filename. Quit whining and download already.".
In a worst case scenario, people don't even make the connection, and look where the 0050 exe is/was.
But hey, what am I talking. If you were able to understand the problem of unclear naming, we wouldn't even have this discussion.
Quote:Was that directed at me? 'cause I have no idea what your point is.
to community: In other words: RP 1.05 you must use DomRed=, DomGreen=, DomLight= tags, but in RP 1.08 you must use LightRed, LightGreen, Light=.
another non-my uncompatible things, isn't?
Yes, community: Because a change over three versions (five releases) is absolutely equal to a sudden change within revisions of the same version. Didn't you know? So what, "your release was CE compatible"? Now it's not anymore! Quit whining, update already.
I mean, come on...if he knows there were such problems in the past, why would he do it better? If we've done it once, why shouldn't we do it again?
Quote:So, basically...the quote is right? Revisions are bugfix versions? What's your point?
revisions it's a part of patch development; in other words it can be called [test,beta,alpha,pre-release] (please select what your brain want) versions.
I always test only basic things; I assume that other bugs will be found by community.
May I just repeat that, so it doesn't get overlooked?
C&CVK: I always test only basic things; I assume that other bugs will be found by community.
...don't ever claim one of your version is stable or bug free again. Seriously.
Quote:that pd only needed one or two bugfix releases, while you need dozens?
..and after one mounth we have got a new version with 1-3 new features, fixed some bugs and and a lot of new bugs
again: if you don't like revision system, you can wait while final revision is released or next RP comes.
What's problem here?
So wait...you ridicule pd for carefully crafting his releases, while you need a dozen revisions to get it half-way stable, because (as you just publically admitted) you don't do anything more than basic tests?
Dude. Seriously. I have seen modding n00bs
showing more care for their code. The very fact that you apparently put rapid releases and new features before thorough beta-testing explains a lot
about the current state of RockPatch. And I think with that quote up there, you have lost any chance that those who didn't update to CE yet will ever do it.
But you don't care about that anyway, do you? As long as everybody bows, everything is fine. Fuck the patch - where are the asskissers?
CnCVK Wrote:however it not "vandalized" , It changed to officially information.
How useless...you want me to delete that page anyway...
CnCVK Wrote:and how you can prove it?why me?
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Well, it might just be the fact that you just posted under the same IP from which the latest vandalization came...or the fact that it did exactly the same changes as the ones you signed with "-the VK"...or Apache's logs showing your IP accessing ModEnc's editing pages...
Or maybe just the fact that you just admitted to editing the pages...