Changelog for tXtFL 2
tXtFL 2 is no longer available now that tXtFL 3 has been released! You can get the new version here.
Our new installer will keep your installation updated on Mac/Win/Lin and *no* longer requires Java Web Start.
Alternatively, you can use our older installer with Java Web Start.
- Playoffs and tXtFL Bowl now complete
- Font size adjustments for key text
- New default teams (player name updates pending)
- Fixed crash when selected team has no more games in season
- League conferences and divisions
- Playoffs (first round only so far)
- Customizable leagues and rule-sets (user-defined via spreadsheet)
- Customizable season length
- Arena tXtFL and fixes to collegiate tXtFL league
- Fixed networking mode regression
- Updated to alpha4 release
- Customizable rules sets for each league
- Canadian rules applied when running Canadian football league, including expanded field and changes to max players and downs
- Collegiate rules applied when running college football
- Improved shortcuts for non-graphical ("-ng") mode
- Database version checking and backup
- SWT libraries updated from 3.6M6 -> 3.6 (final)
- Updated to alpha3 release
- Fixes crash on season continuation when no season has been been generated
- Fixes recording of season automated games
- Safe database shutdown
- Reorganized controls in the input area
- Season standings are displayed
- Points scored during overtime are properly recorded
- Now working on the Mac!
- Season games are saved to the database
- Following a season game, the rest of the games for that week can be automated
- The txtfl.jnlp file can now be launched directly from the browser, rather than having to save to file first
- Workaround for running on Ubuntu 8.04 (64-bit Java): disables browser if it cannot be loaded
- Update on MacOS: apparently a bug in the SWT GUI code prevents Java Web Start or applet launches on MacOS (see http://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=303869)
- Initial release, including basic seasons implementation
- Note that the txtfl.jnlp file should be saved to disk and run from a directory that has permissions for saving the database files. Future releases will focus on saving the database in a standard location.
- Tested successfully on Windows 7 (32- and 64-bit Java), Vista (32-bit Java), Ubuntu 9.10 (32-bit Java)
- Tested unsuccessfully on MacOS X 10.6.1 (32- and 64-bit Java), Ubuntu 8.04 (64-bit Java)