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[Savannah-hackers] submission of Stratagus -

From: grumbel
Subject: [Savannah-hackers] submission of Stratagus -
Date: Sat, 28 Jun 2003 13:37:55 -0400
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A package was submitted to
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Ingo Ruhnke <address@hidden> described the package as follows:
License: other
Other License: Stratagus will use the GNU GPL Version 2 with the "any
later version" clause removed.
Package: Stratagus
System name: stratagus
Type: non-GNU

Stratagus is a free cross-platform real-time strategy gaming engine. It is 
possible to play against human opponents over LAN, internet, or against the 
computer. The engine can be used to build C&C, WC2, SC and AOE-like real-time 
strategy (RTS) games. It successfully runs under Linux, BSD, BeOS, MacOS/X, 
MacOS/Darwin and MS Windows.

Stratagus will be a fork of the FreeCraft engine with a new name, the FreeCraft 
project itself got abondoned by the orginial maintainers.

The current temporary webpage is located at:

The latest source, which is identical to the latest Freecraft source, except 
the new changed name, is available at:

Other Software Required:

Other Comments:
Stratagus will be the engine that is used by the RoboVasion project which got 
aproved a few days ago. Forking the engine into a seperate project, instead of 
keeping it close to RoboVasion game seems to be required, since numerous people 
have expressed there interest in keeping the other two games alive that already 
use the old Freecraft engine.

Keeping the engine seperate from the games should also ensure that it stays 
generic and doesn't get to much focused onto a single game.

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