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hello dear MaNGOS community, after tinkering around with some "re-packs", I decided to take on the journey, to build/compile a mangos server, myself. I already got the original clients, from classic up to cata and also the needed patches, to go up to the latest version number, for each expansion. I want to do this, mainly for kind of education and running some server(s) in my LAN at home, to play with friends and/or just having fun, being GM May I ask a question (or two): I read the install-intructions on the git-hub page/wiki and wonder, if and how I can download and build more than 1 core, to have a mangos server for classic, tbc, wotlk and cata? From what I see, it should be doable, by just seperating stuff by different folders? Or will something, like overall paths or variables get into my way, when building? Got MySQL server 5.7, MySQL workbench, GIT, Notepad++ and Visual Studio 2015 community edition installed, already... so I am ready to start Any help would be greatly appreciated ! Kind regards, ELO
Hello all, This is something I have been thinking about for a while now while watching the private server scene. The development side of private servers has been hit fairly hard. Trinitycore is going strong and is heavily developing Wrath cores, and Cmangos also seems to have their focus on Wrath and to a lesser extent, TBC (classic build has been failing). Why don't we focus only on the development of the classic core? Classic cores are in high demand, and nobody is focusing on the development of them. Why spread out resources so far when we could perfect one thing at a time? It doesn't even need to be the classic core. We could also focus on whatever everybody could compromise on. Just a thought given how fragmented the scene is lately.