Archive | January 2013
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I just released version 0.0.6 on the preview server. See the release notes below for the contents of this release. Release Notes – Street Rod Online – Version 0.0.6 Bug [SRO-8] – Font doesn’t contain an apostrophe Improvement [SRO-2] – Navigation (pagedown/pageup) in newspaper [SRO-5] – Detect and notify IE users [SRO-6] – Must be […]
The last few days I worked on the software development process. One of the main targets was to get a JIRA server online. I can now organize the work to be done and focus on upcoming releases. This week version 0.0.6 will be released.
The server for deploying preview versions is online. The URL is: http://preview.streetrodonline.com. Use Chrome or Safari for the best experience. Firefox works, but audio from the radio doesn’t work. (Internet Explorer is not supported) Note: Right now this is a SNAPSHOT version, which means it’s under (heavy) development. Don’t report bugs, the main goal was […]
One of the original Street Rod boxes has the following sticker: Special Offer! Get the Street Rod Car Data Disk at a special low price. See Details Inside. This puzzles me, nothing inside the box suggests there’s an extra data disk. I don’t know of any extra car data disk for Street Rod. If anyone […]
In the past I’ve had contact with one of the programmers of Street Rod. Below is a reply of him on some of my questions. For instance, I asked him if he knew where the original sourcecode was: First of all I do not know what happend with sources. Probably are forgoten and lost. Both […]
Street Rod and Street Rod 2 have been considered Abandonware by many. As of today, 14th January 2013, Street Rod and Street Rod 2 are no longer abandonware. This website will provide official download links to Street Rod and Street Rod 2. I’m the process of finding the original sourcecode so the offered downloads are […]
It was quite a productive weekend: Repaired my broken MacBook by baking it in the oven at 200°C/375°F for 7 minutes. Installed and configured the new server with: Tomcat (J2EE web server) Jenkins (Continues Integration) Subversion (Code repository)