Retiring old things

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Re: Retiring old things

by Rachael » Mon Feb 15, 2016 3:06

Interesting. Well, if activity continues with it, then we may need someone willing to maintain dev builds for it down the line, but for now they're hidden off the sidebar until someone steps up for it.

Re: Retiring old things

by Tiger » Mon Feb 15, 2016 2:50

I don't know if Doom Builder 2's activity will spike, however CodeImp did add a new plugin 'Reject Editor' last month. Additionally, as for Doombuilder 64, there has been no activity since 2012 [1].

Retiring old things

by Rachael » Mon Feb 15, 2016 2:21

As it seems development for DoomBuilder 2 and DoomBuilder64 has stalled, I have temporarily retired both projects. Their folders are still active though, and can be accessed here and here. Since Vavoom seems to have also shared a similar fate, it has also been archived here.

Previous offshoot builds of ZDoom are also available here and here. The biggest change is they are no longer part of the menu (to help keep things relevant).

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