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Quice 1.3.2 (December 2012)


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The Github mirror for the only know official Quice repository is here. The original SVN is at Sourceforge. It appears the committed code is versioned 1.3.0 alpha.

So where did 1.3.2 come from? Has someone forked Indomit's work and picked up where he left off? If so, please provide a link to the binary and/or sources as I have been unable to find anything, despite extensive searching. Indomit nuked his site and download mirrors. I'm actually surprised he didn't burn his repos to the ground while he was at it.

Given that so many tools and utilities seem geared to Cmangos these days, it sure would be nice if we could carry on development of Quice to fully support MaNGOS.

Anyone know Delphi, the language used to code Quice? Pascal would do, I suppose.

Taken from Indomit's Readme, to compile Quice you need the following:

Delphi XE

ZeosDBO - http://zeos.firmos.at/portal.php

JEDI - http://jvcl.sourceforge.net/

For compiling older versions Of Quice:

Delphi 2007

ZeosDBO - http://zeos.firmos.at/portal.php

JEDI - http://jvcl.sourceforge.net/

TMS Unicode Component Pack - http://www.tmssoftware.com/go.asp?tmsuni

Alpha Skins - http://www.alphaskins.com/

I wonder if porting it over to C++ would help spur continued development? Given the work of Devs like Antz and others on various editors and utilities, do we even need Quice these days?

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Given that so many tools and utilities seem geared to Cmangos these days, it sure would be nice if we could carry on development of Quice to fully support MaNGOS.

I wonder if porting it over to C++ would help spur continued development? Given the work of Devs like Antz and others on various editors and utilities, do we even need Quice these days?

Hey,

I have yet to see a tool that does everything that quice does.

Also, you can grab Quice 1.3.2 here

The developer removed all the download links from the site, luckily I have the direct file url ;)

For archiving purposes I have also attached it again to the main post here.

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Thank both of you, Nikon and Madmax! :D

The last binary for Quice I had in my archives was v1.29.

Impressive job compiling the Quice sources, Nikon. Will you be continuing development of Quice? :)

And you have shown your resourcefulness knows no bounds, Max. :cool:

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