Deprecations are a mechanism in FSO where a certain feature or aspect of the engine has changed or is no longer supported. Since this would normally break existing mods we have the mod table feature "$Target Version:
" with which a mod can specify what version of FSO it was developed with. The features listed above will be removed or changed when the target version of a mod is at least the version released in this post.Previous 23.0.0 Release Thread
Launchers, if you don't have one already:All platforms:
For every day use, we recommend Knossos
, an integrated solution for downloading and launching mods.
Windows (32/64-bit)Compiled using GitHub Actions on Windows Server 2019 (10.0.17763), Visual Studio Enterprise 201964-bit: fs2_open_23_2_0_RC1-builds-x64-SSE2.zip32-bit: fs2_open_23_2_0_RC1-builds-Win32-SSE2.zipThis one is based on the SSE2 Optimizations from the MSVC Compiler. Hidden Text: Alternative Launchers Show Linux 64-bitCompiled with Ubuntu 16.04 LTS 64-bit, GCC 5fs2_open_23_2_0_RC1-builds-Linux.tar.gz Hidden Text: Alternative builds Show
These builds use a mechanism called AppImage
which should allow these builds to run on most Linux distributions. However, we recommend that you compile your own builds which will result in less issues.
Alternatively, if there is a package in your software repository then you should use that. If you are the maintainer of such a package for a distribution then let us know and we will include that here. OS XNot available
We recently lost access to our Mac CI environment which we usually used for compiling these builds so for the time being, there will be no builds for this OS.
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