Well done!


On Wed, Apr 7, 2021 at 8:26 PM Darrell Root <darrellroot at mac.com> wrote:

> I’m pleased to announce that I grabbed a copy of Robert Temple’s old Java
> Netrek Client (JTrek) version 0.9.4 beta and have it _almost_ playable!
> JTrek was written in 1997-1998 for Java version 1.2.  It took a bit of
> tender-loving-care, but I’ve got it imported into Eclipse, compiling,
> running against pickled.netrek.org, and _almost_ playable.  Github
> repository is https://github.com/netrek/JTrek    Check the releases
> section for the latest prebuilt runnable jar file.
> The most visible problem right now is that all mouse clicks are torpedo
> clicks.  Laser or change-direction are not recognized (I think option-click
> worked for lasers though).  I’m confident I’ll have the mouse issues
> knocked out in a couple days (I’m not actually a Java programmer, this is a
> learning exercise for me).
> Here’s a screenshot: https://postimg.cc/PNqxYcz1
> I’ll update and announce more widely once I have it more playable.  I’m
> also happy to review and (hopefully) accept pull requests.
> Darrell
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