rubix is a Rubik's cube system for the Linux/X11 operating
system (it may work with other unices, not tried).
- (Wed Nov 19 2008)
rubix-1.0.6.tar.bz2 (24567 bytes): fixing GUI bugs
(expose events not correctly handled), bugs with
random (the cube was not randomized with the 'p'
command), bugs in line.c in 24bpp mode (heck, there
dest+=SCREEN_X-1*3 instead of
dest+=(SCREEN_X-1)*3; shame on me!)
(thanks to SDL/Windows for this one...), various gcc
- (Mon Apr 26 2004)
rubix-1.0.5.tar.bz2 (24525 bytes): fixing GUI bugs
(credits fly to
Scott A. Morris).
- (Thu Dec 4 2003)
rubix-1.0.4.tar.bz2 (24353 bytes): some bugs were fixed,
there now is an editor for the faces, various saving
formats were added.
- (Mon Nov 24 2003)
rubix-1.0.3.tar.bz2 (19064 bytes): removing sound,
adding resizing (it may fail, resize until the result
is ok, this may be fixed one day).
- (Thu Dec 9 1999) (removed)
rubix-1.0.2-bin-static.tar.gz (368251 bytes): a binary
release of the 1.0.2 version (ELF statically linked, should be
alright I hope)
- (Thu Dec 9 1999) rubix-1.0.2.tar.gz
(269800 bytes): some keys added. "rubix -h" to see the difference.
Done by Jean-Pierre Demailly.
- (Mon Dec 6 1999) rubix-1.0.1.tar.gz
- (Fri Dec 3 1999) rubix-1.0.0.tar.gz
Read the files included in the distribution.
If you find bugs or have any problem with this program, contact me.
Add a solver.
Use gtk instead of this big hack.
Another Rubik's cube system, needs Qt/Kde.
Rubik's cube for speed
It says what it says...
A very good website about speedcubing.
It may fail to work, it's just a hack. A lot is missing
but you can play the cube. A guy from Ecuador requested a
Windows version, there it is...
Fri, 21 Nov 2008 08:35:50 +0100
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