I am pleased to announce the release of WZBlue with GTK.UPDATE: Released 1.0, minor update that fixes a bug on Linux, cleans up code, and beautifies the interface a little **UPDATE 2: Released 1.1.0 1.1.1, a major update that fixes bugs, adds tons of new functionality including custom colors,
custom Warzone binary locations, and a ton of launch options to make your day easier. Go to file->settings to see what's there.
A beautiful graphical frontend to monitor the Warzone lobby and join games with 1 click. Autorefresh is available with a minimum of 5 second refresh, and a maximum of 2 minutes. It defaults to 10 seconds.Screenshots1.1.0 on Windows1.1.0 on LinuxLicense
WZBlue is public domain software. See http://unlicense.org/Github
Public GitHub for WZBlue is here: https://github.com/Subsentient/wzblueKnown issues
Avast Antivirus erroneously detects the executable as malware. No other tested antiviruses have the same problem.
WZBlue for Windows is cross compiled from Linux, so it's very, very unlikely for it to have any kind of virus.Installation instructions:
WZBlue is a standalone program. All that's needed is the executable for your platform.Windows
On Windows, the WZBlue program can be found here: http://gieba.universe2.us/wzblue-1.1.1.exe
It should work on all x86 versions XP and up, 32 or 64 bit, and might be compatible with 2000.Linux
Download the tarball here: http://gieba.universe2.us/wzblue-1.1.1.tar.gz
Then extract it, then open a terminal and cd to the newly extracted directory.
You'll need GTK 2 or 3, and the devel packages for your version of GTK.
For GTK 2, the default, just type 'make'.
For GTK 3, type 'make GTKCHOICE=3'BSD
See Linux. But be warned, you'll probably need to type gmake instead of make.