GtkRadiant coming to Mac OS X
9:18 AM | Mike Apps | Comment on this story
A post was recently made on the Quake 3 World forums indicating that the Quake 3 map editor, GtkRadiant, is on its way to Mac OS X. The post states that they have the editor working under OS X thanks to the beta of Apple's X11, a program which allows users of OS X to run X Windows programs.
Here's the post:
Better late than never.This is certainly excellent news for all the Mac users out there who have been hoping for a way to create Quake 3 maps on their Macs. To run the editor when it is released, you'll need the X11 beta, which requires Mac OS 10.2.3. For more information on GtkRadiant and X11, follow the links below.
I'm pleased to announce that GtkRadiant now builds and runs with hardware OpenGL acceleration on Mac OS X, under Apple's new X11 Public Beta.
It's not finished yet (setup is woefully undercooked) but we'd like to release the next version of GtkRadiant for OS X along with its Win32 and Linux siblings.
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