Immersed in a steampunk world with stunning visual design, Cogs players build an incredible variety of machines from sliding tiles. With 50 unique levels and three gameplay modes, we've packed in hours of entertaining, addictive fun.
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cogs-1.0.2.ebuild - Main ebuild
CC'in games if is interested.
New version, according to humble bundle download page.
64 bit support added in new version, amd64 keyword added to ebuild
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cogs-1.0.3.ebuild - Main ebuild
Support amd64 without the wrapper of the wrapper.
Updated postinst infos.
amd64 works here. Thanks for the ebuild.
Glad to serve ;)
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Attached is slightly changed ebuild with correct keywords variable.
Sorry, ignore my last request (I'm ebuild n00b).
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FYI, buil4 has been released and is available through the HIB website. No idea what the differences are, but simply renaming the ebuild to cogs-1.0.4 seems to work fine.
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They change the package on HIB #3 from "cogs-installer-build-3.zip" to "cogs_20110811_all.tar.gz" (there is also a .bin version called cogs-installer-build4, I think the .tar.gz version is easier to handle)
Thanks Jared B.!
I haven't bought the HIB #4 did anyone know if they change name/format in the new one?
The versions in both HIB#3 and HIB#4 were updated, so you should be able to get the update using your HIB#3 key as well. Here are the filenames for the two 'generic' packages:
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Update of Ame's last ebuild. This is for the same version, as nothing newer has been released (at least not through HIB).
Most of the changes are minor and for cleanup and simplification. The only functional difference (and which made me start looking into this to begin with) is this handling installation of the amd64 vs. x86 binaries. Code used in original version didn't work right (at least not on my system), resulting in both being installed. But, since the wrapper pointed to the right name, it still worked. This version only installs the proper binary for your arch and renames it to 'cogs', which is then called by the wrapper.