Tournament Software

Discussion in 'Archive' started by babayaga, Oct 23, 2003.

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  1. babayaga

    babayaga New Member

    I got as far as unzipping the software, saw that it was an .exe, and tossed it into the trash. I thought I'd seen/heard talk about a cross-platform version? For $diety sake people, can't something be written in JAVA?

    [sigh] If someone could let me know when they have a tournament output file, perhaps I can reverse engineer some PHP/MySQL magic to output the same info. In the meantime, I guess I can pull it out of the trash and try it with WINE :(

    How many others are running non-Windoze systems and want to use tournament software?
  2. GreatFox

    GreatFox New Member

    I Hear you... I use Mac OS X and I too wish for a cross platform Tournament Software. At least I was able to find a Palm Compatible Tournament Ware (It just doesn't have any reporting capabilities). :pokeball:
  3. Pokeplayer

    Pokeplayer New Member

    I was wondering.... is the software downloadable some where...

    I will be hosting an event soon and will need the software.....
  4. )v(ajin_ipg21

    )v(ajin_ipg21 New Member

    I bought a PC laptop *for cheap* because of DCI's s/w being non-Mac =(
  5. babayaga

    babayaga New Member

    Well, I have a beautiful graphite clamshell iBook which dual-boots OSX and Yellow Dog Linux. It's compact and oh-so-cool and I'd love to be able to bring it to tourneys, and I can't afford another system! I'll have to compile WINE from source for that baby if I can even get WINE to run the program on my desktop system. But I can't so far (starts to load, then I get a beautiful graduated blue screen with no dialog box or control widgets). :mad:

    I shudder at the thought of having to debug this.
  6. GreatFox

    GreatFox New Member

    Well... you can also always try runing it on Vertual PC. Of course, I pride myself on keeping my Hard Drive Microsoft Free, so I won't even touch the thing.
  7. RainbowRichards

    RainbowRichards Active Member

    The WinDoze (Visual Basic) TMS software bugs out (runtime error '9': subscript out of range - and program close) on my Tablet PC (Windows ver 5.1) when trying to add a player to a new tournament... :( :p

    update - this is a recurring error when trying to add a player to preregistration, also...
    Last edited: Oct 23, 2003
  8. GymLeaderPhil

    GymLeaderPhil New Member

    You sure must be missing the power of Notepad...

    So far there have been no releases of this program to non-TOs. So if you are interested in recieving the program, you must sign up to become a Tournament Organizer and sanction at least one event.
  9. GreatFox

    GreatFox New Member

    Nope... we have SimpleText, a much more powerfeull version of Note Pad! ;) . But, if you want to have a good Tournament Ware, don't have a PC, own a Palm PDA, and don't mind reporting everthing by hand... I'd suggest using Tourny by TournyWare.
    Last edited: Oct 23, 2003

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