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alt.games.gb Frequently Asked Questions (Part 1 of 2)
Section - 9. What if I have problems compiling something?

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As mentioned earlier, the first thing you should always try is to log
in to one of the existing games as a guest and start asking around.
There will often be someone on who can help you with simple problems,
but if they can't help you, you have a couple of different recourses:

The GB listserver <mailto:gb@towerravens.com> has a few folks savvy
with compiling the client on a few different platforms. When posting
to this list be courteous, give him informed questions rather than
just helplessly whining.

If you're having a problem with a bug in the server code, a good
bet is to post to alt.games.gb. There are enough users out there
familiar with the code to help you deal with whatever problem you're
experiencing.

There are also forums available on the Galactic Bloodshed Project's
SourceForge page. However, these are fairly new.

When posting to these groups be polite and clearly describe your compiling
problem. In other words, don't just write and say "It doesn't compile on
the NeXT and crashes when I try to boot it." At the least, run the code
through a debugger of some kind to get a line number within a routine
or at least get some kind of output sequence. This gives the person
helping you some reference point from which to track the problem down.

User Contributions:

Sanj
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