Some people have problem with mouse in warsow. The solution is simple, http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/cvsweb.cgi/~checkout~/ports/games/warsow/files/patch-linux%2bin_x11.c?rev=1.1&content-type=text/plain
Steps to Reproduce:
1. install warsow
2. play the game
It happens to me too, but it's not really so much that the directions are inverted as that the mouse is not correctly responsive, and inverts randomly. And only in the menus (it's fine in game).
I'm going to see if this patch fixes the problem over here and come back.
Reporter, can you change the summary to say "Inverted mouse directions in games-fps/warsow"? Thanks!
Created attachment 107638 [details]
Yeah, the patch worked. Here's my updated ebuild.
The C files have Windows line endings, so I've placed a dependency on dos2unix since patch doesn't look like it's smart enough to detect the line ending discrepancy, and I don't feel like making my patch in Windows format just to appease the Windows Gods. (however, if this is the way I should have done it, so be it...)
Also, I had to append -U "Screw You Guys" on wget when I downloaded that patch from FreeBSD. They don't allow wget...
Patch file is pending (had to modify it).
Created attachment 107639 [details, diff]
And here's the patch.
I got the bug when I recompiled warsow after an x.org update (to 7.2).
The patch works beautiful. Nice job.
This affects x86 as well. Mind changing "Hardware" to "all", being as it affects all platforms Warsow compiles on?
> dependency on dos2unix
Not needed - use edos2unix instead of dos2unix, which is a command in the eutils eclass.
Wrap the variables in quotes, so the scripts won't go wrong if there's e.g. a space involved.
Created attachment 108255 [details]
Ah! I didn't know that.
I've fixed it.
Created attachment 108444 [details]
I messed up and forgot to test the previous ebuild. I forgot to remove -q from dos2unix so when I made it edos2unix it tried passing -q to sed.
This one is tested and works though.