On Thu, Jan 29, 2004 at 10:37:09PM -0500, Mike A. Harris wrote:
Essentially, Glide3 source code is rather insane, compiler picky,
and gcc barfs on it nowadays. It was unmaintained upstream for 2
years, but we kept it because "it worked". Now, "it doesn't
work", and is a zero-priority level package basically.
It is maintained upstream curently.
not interested in becoming the upstream maintainer. That said,
there are upstream people still working on Glide, however there
are some "issues" with switching to the new code, including the
fact it's never been widely deployed or tested yet.
I have voodoo setups but I use the Mandrake X servers on them because
of RH limitations and lack of Glide2 packages. I can maybe take a look
at the Glide3 bits during FC2 at least I can test them