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FlyingGuns on 1.3.2

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herkules
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I uploaded the first release of FlyingGuns (http://www.flyingguns.com) using the new libs.

The new files are installed as a WebStart extension so that no prior Java3D installation is necessary.

Should work in Win32, Linux and Solaris(v9).

Anybody can use Java3D from a WebStart installation now be putting this line into the JNLP file:

Code:

Can somebody please test it? Esp. on Linux and, if possible, on Solaris.

On Solaris, I have no clue about the 'arch' tag for this V9 stuff. I guessed:

Code:

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bmyers
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Worked for me on RedHat Linux just fine. However, I already have J3D installed, so I don't know if it used the existing J3D or the new one...

herkules
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Not sure for Linux, but normally the 'old' one should be used. Look at the console. 1.3.2 prints a message there.

Additionally, with the 'old' Java3D, sounds play only once due to an issue with JavaSoundMixer.