In 2019 I posted that ioEF’s—a reimplementation of the Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force multiplayer engine—older source code was unavailable and I set up a code repository for the source code patches backed up by archive.org.
The six engine patches that were incomplete on archive.org are now found and integrated into my ioef-archive repository with easy to checkout git branches. I’ve also updated various links on this website and my code repositories to link to thilo.tjps.eu.
Things have turned out well with nothing lost. Thanks Thilo Schulz for getting in touch.
We did not receive the source code for versions prior to 1.32c and there is no way for us to go back to 1.16n or other old versions. For the very few mods that require 1.16n, there is no way to make them work on ioquake3.
I read this in 2008 when I was looking at using ioquake3 for creating a game. From time to time people ask about Quake 3 1.16n for running the mod NoGhost or it comes up for playing with Quake 3 for the Sega Dreamcast using DreamPi.
These changes were merged from ioquake3. Two changes from myself and two contributed by others.
Add custom video mode (if in use) to Quake 3 and Team Arena menus. This fixes the custom resolution being changed to a built in mode if one uses the Quake 3 system menu and unable to change video mode using mouse in Team Arena.
Use video modes supported by your display (such as 1920×1080) in Team Arena system menu as already done in Quake 3 menu.
Prevent Q_IsColorString from asserting on negative ascii chars (by kungfooman).