Two major updates have come to desktop and laptop computing recently. OS X 10.11 El Capitan and Windows 10. Big news for users of each platform, and we’re excited that ioquake3 continues to work with both platforms for players updated to the latest build. Check out our Players Guide and Sysadmin Guide, or just go… Continue reading ioquake3 on OS X El Capitan & Windows 10
The latest version of OS X, Mountain Lion has been available for a little while and we have now confirmed that ioquake3’s latest SVN (revision 2306) compiles and runs smoothly on it. If you already have ioquake3 installed on your intel Mac running 10.6 or greater please try a test build: It should run fine under… Continue reading ioquake3 and OS X Mountain Lion
With the World of Padman patch, Thilo has also updated ioquake3 SVN to compile on Mac OS X 10.5! Revision 1238 also adds dedicated server support for OS X.
We’re pleased to announce that Tony J. White has been kind enough to go the distance in making ioquake3 a Universal Binary, so now you can play safely on your Intel Macs too. When we finally get a release out the door, his work will allow us to make sure we’re Intel Mac compatible at… Continue reading OS X Universal!
We’ve got a number of fixes in subversion for the JIT VM, thanks to Tony J White and Ryan “Spent Two Solid Hours Weed Whacking” Gordon in Bug 2519. This also solves all the major remaining code issues with regard to OS X. For the final issues check out Bug 2723.
We’re really desperate for a Mac coder, especially one with access to Intel mac hardware as well. Right now we have some serious issues in our code path for the Mac, I suspect things will render more correctly on intel mac hardware, but can’t even verify that. Currently the main issue is that some shaders aren’t… Continue reading Help Wanted!