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oh, the humanity...

17.August.2004

Not quite dead... just spending a lot of time sleeping. Look for the refurbished website in the coming month(s). Brent Ross has confirmed progress toward the next beta, now and again.

25.March.2003

Jude Hungerford was kind (and quick) enough to provide a compiled MS-DOS binary for Crawl 4.0.0 (beta 26), available through anonymous FTP service.

24.March.2003

Brent Ross has released sources to Crawl 4.0.0 (beta 26), which are available through anonymous FTP service.

I've compiled a Microsoft Windows binary for Crawl 4.0.0 (beta 26), also available through anonymous FTP service.

9.March.2003

Gavin Duggan has provided a compiled Microsoft Windows binary for Crawl 4.0.0 (beta 25), available through anonymous FTP service.

7.March.2003

Philipp Lucas was kind (and quick) enough to provide a compiled MS-DOS binary for Crawl 4.0.0 (beta 25), available through anonymous FTP service.

6.March.2003

Brent Ross has released sources to Crawl 4.0.0 (beta 25), which are available through anonymous FTP service.

Recently, Jesse Jones reported that work continues on the rewrite and Andrew Farmer mentioned his work on back-porting Crawl to MacOS Classic (again). Documenting these developments on this site remains a bit spotty, but should line up soon.

1.October.2002

Five years have passed since the first public release of Crawl. It seems that the game shares the date with Slashdot. Small world. Happy birthday to both.

13.May.2002

Jesse Jones has begun work on the much-discussed rewrite of Crawl.

Alex Garcia has posted that progress of Crawl-variant, AX-Crawl, will now appear here: http://developer.berlios.de/projects/axcrawl/.

24.March.2002

Even though the task seems at times impossible to finish, Alex Garcia has migrated AX-Crawl to the Crawl 4.0.0 (beta 23) codebase. Patches, executables, and future plans for this development fork are available at the project's Web site.

11.March.2002

Alex Garcia has posted a patch for Crawl 4.0.0 (beta 20) in an attempt to fulfill the request of Christopher Jeris to describe weapons used by monsters who deal death blows to characters.

Files and development notes are available at the AX-Crawl Web site.

26.February.2002

Cislyn Smith writes that she has put together a basic [...] Crawl Hall of Fame. It's [...] more than a little bare, though, because [few have] contributed [...] files to post. Lend a hand to this worthy project when possible!

15.February.2002

Thomasz Kloczko reports that Crawl RPMs are available on ftp.pld.org.pl [...] apt-get update; apt install crawl and test if it is correct or not. Source, i386, i586, i686, Sparc, and Alpha packages reside in the pool/c/crawl directory.

This follows earlier notice from Bartosz Taudul that he's packaging Crawl RPMs for use with PLD. Good news all around.

 
 
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