Hmm… I might be one of the few who actually find the spread mirvs incredibly useful at times…. they are pretty good at wasting shields in close range…. and they don’t backfire in these situations as the funkies can do….
Well, i seriously think that this should be treated as an error 😛
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Thanks, I’ll let it rest for now… maybe i’ll give it a shot again in a couple of days…. failing to compile stuff which seems to work out for everyone else arises my curiousity of what I have done wrong 😀
Oh well, now I think i’ve spent enough time trying to figure this out…. I give up; But thanks a lot gavin for your help, it did help me make some progress… but i keep stumbeling upon some problems here… so… I guess OSX compiling isn’t my cup of tea
Hmm… do you use the ./configure script, or manually edit the makefile? because the install of openAL doesn’t include the openal-config file which configure is searching for… – otherwise, how do i link to the openal library on osx?
I’m getting frustrated with the slight differences from normal unixes… thought this my be stupid question to ask, cause i do not have much experience with porting things on osx… only a bit on Solaris, BSD and linux…