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  • ...edit articles. We need all the help we can get indexing these three source ports! For community discussion and support, visit [http://tdgmods.net/smf the ED * [[Source port|Source Ports]]
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  • ...er Se, it will attempt to load all data together. This can be used to play DOOM's game inside of Heretic, and vice versa, though with unexpected results. A ...pe is associated with several programs (for example, EDGE and other source ports), then use right-click -> Open With to select EDGE.
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  • ...oom Gaming Engine) is a collaborative Open Source project based upon the [[Doom source code]]. EDGE is derived from an earlier project called [[DOSDoom]], EDGE includes ports to many popular operating systems, including x86/x64 Windows, Linux, BeOS,
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  • |baseparent = [[Linux Doom]] 1.10 |license = [[Doom Source License]], [[GPL]]
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  • ...became the basis for a number of other source ports, including [[Boom]], [[Doom Legacy]] and [[EDGE]]. The port was later developed by the [[DOSDoom Team]] .../10years/ports/ports01_1.php A Slightly Condensed Genealogy of DOOM Source Ports], on Doomworld
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  • ...edia:Porting|port]] of the [[Wikipedia:Source code|source code]] for the [[Doom engine]]. The term usually denotes a modification made by [[:Category:Commu ...t of custom also is used for those modifications which are not technically ports to another platform. The term itself originates from the first source port,
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  • {{DoomWiki}}The '''Doom source code''' was released December 23, 1997, initially under a not-for-pr ...involved a book Kreimeier was to write on the Doom engine; however, due to Doom's decreasing relevance in the gaming community, it was eventually judged no
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  • ...mP.A.L. (EDGE Shell/Launcher), a GUI frontend that can be used with most [[Doom]] [[source port]]s, and [[EMUS]] (EDGE Modders Utility Suite).
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  • |title = Linux Doom |baseparent = [[Versions of Doom and Doom II|Final Doom v1.9]]
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  • |baseparent = [[Versions of Doom and Doom II|Final Doom]] v1.9 |license = [[Doom Source License]], {{GPL||2+}}
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  • |title = Doom Legacy }}{{DoomWiki}}{{LegacySite}}'''Doom Legacy''' is a [[source port]] available for DOS, Win32, Linux, OS/2 and Ma
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  • '''EUREKA Doom Editor '''[http://eureka-editor.sourceforge.net/] ...can find all of the correct, up-to-date actions and specials for 3DGE via "ports" entitled "edge.ugh".
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  • ...rticle describes how 3DGE handles compliance when compared to other source ports. Please read this carefully. ==DOOM==
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  • == Errata for Unofficial Doom Specs == this is a bug: if you activate a release trigger, you can hear DOOM moving
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  • ...new special lumps to a WAD file that makes it easy and fast for an OpenGL DOOM engine to compute the polygons needed for drawing the levels. There are many DOOM ports that understand the GL-Nodes which glBSP creates, including: [[EDGE]], the
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  • ...oom Gaming Engine) is a collaborative Open Source project based upon the [[Doom source code]]. EDGE is derived from an earlier project called [[DOSDoom]], EDGE includes ports to many popular operating systems, including x86/x64 Windows, Linux, BeOS,
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  • ...t ('''edge.epk'''). It is a basically a ZIP/PK3 container renamed so other ports do not accidentally load EPK files. Though this is preferred, any archive f ...ch normally support the PK3 format, such as [[3DGE Builder|EDGE Builder]], Doom Builder 2, and [[Slumped]]. EDGE employs PhysicsFS for archive handling.
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  • ...] has a model inspired from the approach used in the [[Quake]] series or [[Doom 3]].
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