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[Release] Pokemon Universe MMO

Junior Spellweaver
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I found (on google project) the source code about (i don't know which version it is), but i don't know how to run it (is it incomplete?), can you try to do it and make a tutorial? Sorry for my bad english but i'm italian.

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AS far as i can tell atm, it uses the go language (obvious from the file extension) the good thing is that there is a database dump. I'll report back in abit when i've got the go language setup.

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TO setup the go environment, go to:
follow this:
Code:
Download the Go tools

Visit the Go project's downloads page and select the binary distribution that matches your operating system and processor architecture.

Official binary distributions are available for the FreeBSD, Linux, Mac OS X (Snow Leopard/Lion), and Windows operating systems and the 32-bit (386) and 64-bit (amd64) x86 processor architectures.

If a binary distribution is not available for your OS/arch combination you may want to try installing from source or installing gccgo instead of gc.

Install the Go tools

The Go binary distributions assume they will be installed in /usr/local/go (or c:\Go under Windows), but it is possible to install them in a different location. If you do this, you will need to set the GOROOT environment variable to that directory when using the Go tools.

For example, if you installed Go to your home directory you should add the following commands to $HOME/.profile:

export GOROOT=$HOME/go
export PATH=$PATH:$GOROOT/bin
Windows users should read the section about setting environment variables under Windows.

FreeBSD and Linux

On FreeBSD and Linux, if you are upgrading from an older version of Go you must first remove the existing version from /usr/local/go:

rm -r /usr/local/go
Extract the archive into /usr/local, creating a Go tree in /usr/local/go:

tar -C /usr/local -xzf go.release.go1.tar.gz
(Typically these commands must be run as root or through sudo.)

Add /usr/local/go/bin to the PATH environment variable. You can do this by adding this line to your /etc/profile (for a system-wide installation) or $HOME/.profile:

export PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/go/bin
Mac OS X

Open the package file and follow the prompts to install the Go tools. The package installs the Go distribution to /usr/local/go.

The package should put the /usr/local/go/bin directory in your PATH environment variable. You may need to restart any open Terminal sessions for the change to take effect.

Windows

The Go project provides two installation options for Windows users (besides installing from source): a zip archive that requires you to set some environment variables and an experimental MSI installer that configures your installation automatically.

Zip archive

Extract the zip file to the directory of your choice (we suggest c:\Go).

If you chose a directory other than c:\Go, you must set the GOROOT environment variable to your chosen path.

Add the bin subdirectory of your Go root (for example, c:\Go\bin) to to your PATH environment variable.

MSI installer (experimental)

Open the MSI file and follow the prompts to install the Go tools. By default, the installer puts the Go distribution in c:\Go.

The installer should put the c:\Go\bin directory in your PATH environment variable. You may need to restart any open command prompts for the change to take effect.

Setting environment variables under Windows

Under Windows, you may set environment variables through the "Environment Variables" button on the "Advanced" tab of the "System" control panel. Some versions of Windows provide this control panel through the "Advanced System Settings" option inside the "System" control panel.

So far, that is all i have working, when i run the server it says that the packages aren't installed. I'm currently looking for them now.

Well i have to leave this project as far as i've got it :( for some reason golang seems to of stopped my wamp server running, im tryign to sort it now, anyone else try and do this yet? should be fairly simple.
 
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The game is very old and not much is doing this Release maybe will help developers, but you cant use this source i think!..
 
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