ALL: On-the-fly targets are written to the config file
|Reported by:||SF/jwrdegoede||Owned by:||fingolfin|
I'm the Fedora packager of scummvm and free scummvm title like bass fotaq and lure.
The Fedora packages of bass fotaq and lure provide a menu entry to launch them, which invokes scummvm like this:
scummvm -f -p /usr/share/flight-of-the-amazon-queen queen
If a user starts scummvm after he has used the menu entry invoking the above command atleast once, then scummvm lists fotaq as one of the games scummvm knows thats present and can be run. IOW scummvm has learned that fotaq is available on this system, however starting it through the game selection menu within scummvm results in:
Looking for queen
Trying to start game 'Flight of the Amazon Queen'
WARNING: No path was provided. Assuming the data files are in the current direct
Could not open resource file 'queen.1[c]'!
This can be fixed by doing the following:
In the game chooser select fotaq, then choise edit game, then select
the paths tab and then edit "Game Path" and point it to:
But IMHO when started with an explicit path given, and a game is found in that path when remembering the game is present scummvm should also remember the game data path.
This was originally reported to me by a Fedora user see:
Ticket imported from: #1972625. Ticket imported from: bugs/3746.
Change History (7)
comment:2 by , 12 years ago
|Summary:||Game Data path does not get remembered when games get starte → ALL: Game data path not stored for on-the-fly targets|
comment:6 by , 11 years ago
|Status:||new → closed|
|Summary:||ALL: Game data path not stored for on-the-fly targets → ALL: On-the-fly targets are written to the config file|