|SLADE||3||It's a Doom editor|
v3.1.6 now with More Bits (tm)
Thu, Aug 22 2019
SLADE v3.1.6 is now available for download, including a few changes to Windows builds - it should no longer require the MSVC runtimes to be installed separately, and there is now an 'experimental' 64bit build available.
The 64bit build currently doesn't support MIDI playback via fluidsynth (you'll have to set up and use timidity instead for now). Otherwise, the 64bit build should run a bit faster on modern hardware and allow opening much larger files than the 32bit version can.
Apart from that, this release is mostly a minor bugfix release, including a fix for the long-standing issue where playing most ogg files would cause a crash. See the full list of changes below:
UPDATE 5-Sep-2019: A macOS build of 3.1.6 is (finally) available over at the downloads page.
SLADE v3.1.5 and Linux Flatpak
Tue, May 07 2019
A new release of SLADE is up, with a bunch of fixes and minor improvements:
As per usual it can be downloaded from the downloads page.
Also, linux users may notice another link added to the downloads page - SLADE now has an official flatpak release for linux, which should make installing and keeping it up to date much simpler.
SLADE v3.1.4 Released
Wed, Dec 26 2018
Another minor bugfix-focused release, with the following changes:
Also, I'd like to remind anyone using SLADE and having issues - please report the issue. If I don't know about it it's very unlikely to be fixed unless I happen to come across it randomly or someone else reports it.
There are many options to do this, you can:
The best place to report it is on GitHub - it is much easier to keep track of it there and even if I don't get around to fixing it right away someone else may pick it up and fix it via a pull request.
SLADE v3.1.3 Released (nope, not 22.214.171.124)
Sat, Dec 08 2018
A small bugfix release to follow 3.1.2.
Where's the usual 4th version number? Since SLADE sees so few releases, I'm changing over to something like a semantic versioning system (ie. major.minor.revision) rather than the 4-number clunkiness from before where the first number never changes anyway. So as a minor bugfix release this is 3.1.3, where the next major (feature) release will be 3.2.0.
Does this mean we will get a SLADE 4.0.0 eventually? Possibly, though it's more likely to get to 3.10.0 before then :P
As usual, see the downloads page to get it, including the macOS download this time too.
SLADE v3.1.2 Released (Finally)
Tue, Nov 27 2018
Long long overdue, it's finally out after almost 2 years. It doesn't quite have everything planned, and some things are still a little WIP (see: scripting), but it couldn't keep being delayed forever.
As there are a very large number of changes and additions since 126.96.36.199, I'm only putting a summary here. For more detailed release notes see the change log page.
For the next release, the focus is mostly going to be on improving the codebase itself, fixing bugs and just improving overall stability. After that - expanding the scripting system to be able to do more cool stuff, then on to actually implementing some of the things that have been planned since the beginning and I've just kept putting off :P