-xtract, produce the script file with the appropriate quotes... Since, under Unix, the only characters that are not allowed in a file name are NUL and "
/", I don't see why DeuTex should prevent users from extracting lumps with weird characters in their names. However, that might cause compatilibity problems with the DOS version.
lumps/and now go in
xxx/and put that in
Can't find PNAMES in wad".
doom.wadin the directory set by
E2ENDis extracted with the wrong palette.
FINALE2. This is probably related to .
Update 2000-01-04 : for example, with Heretic, patch
WALL17 has its (4Eh, 50h, 4Dh) pixels turned into (4Eh, 4Eh, 4Eh).
It seems DeuTex sometimes uses a close match even when an exact match exists.
CEIL4_1). DeuTex 3.6 for DOS exhibits the same problem .
RAWtoPIC()could use some optimization.
Warning: xxxxxxxx.xxx: assuming the transparent colour is cyan.") and the transparent colour for this image is set to cyan. This would make for a smooth transition from DeuTex 3 to DeuTex 4. There should be a command-line switch to disable that feature.
-xtractbut not when doing
-build(they're ignored). Fix that, or at least mention it somewhere. Though I don't see many people wanting to make wads for Doom alpha anyway...
firstname.lastname@example.org> offered the following comment on 1999-07-04 :
Audio handling in deutex (I'm referring to the irix 5.3 version's included source code) is, I believe, based on dmgraph, but is pretty dire in any case.
Imported sounds are all resampled to 11025 Hz, even though that hasn't been necessary since some time between v1.2 and v1.666 (basically, any version that uses the item-respawn sound has the improved sound engine). Exasperatingly, lxdoom (or maybe sndserv?) takes several steps back by expecting sounds to be *raw* 11025 Hz data. You may be able to set new options to reflect this.
Also, one would hope that eventually one or more of the source ports will start to support bitrates other than 8 bit, and (maybe?) stereo samples. You may want to start leaning on various source ports' programmers to get their acts together and start coming to some sort of agreement. ;)
Importation of .wav files is pretty crufty. Like dmgraph before it, the deutex 5.3 source expects there to be just one big 'data' chunk, and doesn't notice the 'info' chunks that certain stupid Windows programs (*cough*cough*CoolEdit*GoldWave*cough*) insist on putting in (usually with copyright messages for the program itself, which in a just world would be illegal). Greater explanation of all this whacky chunk business can be found at:
http://www.compsoc.man.ac.uk/~maniac/resource_web/wav_file_format/(wav1.htm, wav2.htm, wav3.htm, 4.htm, 5.htm)
Essentially, you want to clip out the first 'data' chunk and ignore crap like 'info', 'inam', 'list', or whatever.
atc4:/doom/dev/test/wav/16$ deutex -doom /doom/doom -xtract ../16bit44k.wad DeuTex 4.0.3 Copyright 1994,95 O.Montanuy, Copyright 1999 A.Majorel Ported to DOS, Unix, OS/2, Linux, SGiX, DEC Alpha. Thanx to M.Mathews, P.Allansson, C.Rossi, J.Bonfield, U.Munk. This program is freeware. Type "deutex -help" to get the list of commands. Main directory: /doom/doom. Extracting entries from WAD ../16bit44k.wad Reading WAD /doom/doom/doom.wad: (2306 entries) Reading WAD ../16bit44k.wad: (1 entries) PWAD entry identification...done Color palette is Doom Warning: ** Appending to file ./wadinfo.txt ** Extracting Levels... Extracting Lumps... Extracting Sounds... Bug: *** not a WAVE *** Please report that bug.
-iwadseems to be ineffective if placed last.
-xtractand friends must be placed last if they don't have all their arguments.
-checkshouldn't require an argument. It should use the iwad by default.
-mainshould be implemented for DeuTex as well.
stat()the argument to
-heretic, etc. If it's a file and not a directory, use that.
-doom2, look for
doom2.wadfirst. And if
doom2.wadwas not found, emit a warning.
-hereticshould look for all basenames because that's what previous versions of DeuTex did.
-main) but it's for DeuSF only. Why ?
-fendto control the start-of-flats and end-of-flats markers used in pwads. Default to
F_ENDrespectively. Warning: here again, don't use those options just because they're here. The default markers are perfectly fine, and they conform to the de-facto standard. If you deviate from them, you're asking for trouble.
deutex -ipf alpha -doom .. -sprites -graphics -patches -xtract" trigger
"Error: *** Can't open file ./lumps/titlepic.lmp ***" ?
todo.htmlgrows faster than
changes.html. Fix that.
-usedidx: don't count sneats (