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Kajongg

   4.13.0  

KDE Board Game

Score 76%
Kajongg
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Downloads:  1824
Submitted:  Apr 21 2009
Updated:  Feb 18 2014

Description:

Kajongg - the classical Mah Jongg for four players. If you are looking for the Mah Jongg solitaire please use the application KMahjongg.

Installing Kajongg on Windows

Download the installer from the link below.

Kajongg needs the Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable Package.
I believe I am not allowed to include a copy in the installer.
Chances are good that you already have this installed. Otherwise
you should see a corresponding error message. You can get that
package from Microsoft here: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=29

Support for Windows is very new, there might be a few things missing. Still to be done:

- keyboard shortcuts everywhere

- application language selection. For now, the language of the installed Windows is used. If Kajongg is not translated into that language, it is english. If you really need to, you can edit a configuration file and select any of the available languages.


Installing Kajongg on Linux

Kajongg is part of the KDE games, your Linux distribution should bring it to you.


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Kajongg is covered by the GNU GPL2 license - see COPYING.

Kajongg can be used in two different ways: Scoring a manual
game where you play as always and use Kajongg for the computation
of scores and for bookkeeping. Or you can use Kajongg to play
against any combination of other human players or computer players.

Kajongg currently comes with two rulesets for classical chinese, one
for rules in Germany and one for rules in England.
You can change many things in the rulesets at your will.
The rules for a game are saved in the database, so every
game could be played with different rules. Changing a ruleset
does not affect existing games.

You can always get the current source code from here:

git clone git://anongit.kde.org/kajongg
or see online here: https://projects.kde.org/projects/kde/kdegames/kajongg/repository

Please also visit http://kde.org/applications/games/kajongg/

If you want to send me bug reports, please either use the kajongg
menu commmand Help / Report Bug or mail me directly to the Mail
Address given in that bug reporting dialog. I will not follow links
to pages I do not trust like upload pages, shortlink services or
similar.




Changelog:

Version 4.13 runs on Windows.




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 svn

 
 by DrTor on: Mar 2 2010
 
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Hi.
svn don't work ?
alex@Home64:~$ svn co svn://anonsvn.kde.org/home/kde/trunk/playground/games/kajongg
svn: URL 'svn://anonsvn.kde.org/home/kde/trunk/playground/games/kajongg' doesn't exist


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 Re: svn

 
 by wrohdewald on: Mar 2 2010
 
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Kajongg is currently in review at:
svn co svn://anonsvn.kde.org/home/kde/trunk/kdereview/kajongg

but in the next few days it will move again - I do not yet know where.


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 Re: Re: svn

 
 by DrTor on: Mar 4 2010
 
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Thanks.
Where is kajongg.po now ?


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 Re: Re: Re: svn

 
 by wrohdewald on: Mar 4 2010
 
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in trunk/l10n-kde4/*/*/kdereview


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: svn

 
 by fdv1 on: Mar 29 2010
 
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Hi Wolfgang, thanks for your application which look really great. Sorry to bother you again about this, but I can't access to SVN repository either:


C:\TEMP\pythonTests>svn co http://anonsvn.kde.org/home/kde/trunk/l10n-kde4/*/*/kdereview

svn: Repository moved temporarily to 'http://false/?setCookie=1&contUrl=http%3a%2f%2fanonsvn.kde.org%2fhome%2fkde%2ftrunk%2fl10n-kde4%2f*%2f*%2fkdereview'; plea
se relocate


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: svn

 
 by wrohdewald on: Mar 29 2010
 
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yes - it moved again. It is now part of KDE4 and should be including in KDE4.5, sometime in autumn I believe.

I already updated the link in the description:

svn co svn://anonsvn.kde.org/home/kde/trunk/KDE/kdegames/kajongg

svn cat svn://anonsvn.kde.org/home/kde/trunk/l10n-kde4/XX/messages/kdegames/kajongg.po > kajongg.po
where XX is the wanted language

the latest version supports voices - the manual tells you where to record what and then other players can hear your discards and claims.


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 Great! Now I'm translating it

 
 by Franklin on: Jun 9 2010
 
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Hi, thanks for writing this game. I'd been expecting a traditional Chinese Mahjongg game for a very long time.

Do you have any forum or wiki to explain this game? The flow and the scoring rule are somewhat strange to me, I'd like to understand how it calculating scores.

Also, any document to explain the definition of each rule? I mean, something like "^(([wW])([eswn])){3,4}.*[mM]\3", "^([SBC][2-8])(\1\1)\b". It looks like a sendmail rule, you know.

Finally, I'm a C programmer, but this game may give me more motivation to learn python :p

Thanks!


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 Re: Great! Now I'm translating it

 
 by wrohdewald on: Jun 12 2010
 
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Glad you like it!

I am away for vacation and answering is a little inconvenient - but I am sure the help manual for kajongg should help you. Please use the latest version from svn.

The help manual also explains how rules are defined. Mostly those are regular expressions.

Wolfgang


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 Bugs

 
 by Berlioz on: Sep 19 2011
 
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Hi! I like mah-jongg and installed this game on the latest kubuntu from the repository. Sadly this game is full of bugs. How do I report them properly? Sorry, I'm kinda new. :-)
Short version:
1. Game crashed after unavoidable risky discard.
2. Didn't get doubling for matching flower&season (as west with zero point hand, got 56 points, should have been 112).
3. Game skipped discarding on 1st game of 2nd round (south), I played as east and ended up with 14/15 stones.
I stopped here, because this was unplayable. :-(


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 Re: Bugs

 
 by wrohdewald on: Sep 19 2011
 
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You can report bugs by going into the Kajongg help menu and selecting the "Report bug" command.
Or you can send a E-Mail to the developer (myself), see Help/About Kajongg.

That game crash has probably been fixed:
https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=267849
but it was a little too late for KDE 4.7.1
If you experience it again, please tell me
more details.

about your missing double in the zero point hand: That is a bug in the corresponding rule. You can fix that locally by copying the default ruleset and by fixing the rule in the copy. In the ruleset editor, go to the hand rules,find the rule about own flower and own season and edit the field "Definion": replace "m" by "[mMx]".

this bug will be fixed in KDE 4.7.2

I wonder how you got 15 tiles. This should not be possible. I have a suspicion - maybe it is a graphical artifact. I fixed something there two weeks ago - could you please open a bug report for this one too and also try what happens with that tile when you resize the window? Also, did you check if the tile which was not discarded was really missing in the discard area, or was it visible once too much?


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 Re: Re: Bugs

 
 by Berlioz on: Sep 20 2011
 
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Oh wow, thanks for replying so fast and for fixing the bugs! :D
About the third bug, I doubt it was a graphical error, I began as east wind and couldn't click anything in my first turn. Instead the game proceeded with the south wind player, so I ended up with 15 tiles after the next draw. Everything else was fine. I'll try the bug report thing. Maybe I can even reproduce the situation.


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 Bugs

 
 by Berlioz on: Sep 20 2011
 
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Hi! I like mah-jongg and installed this game on the latest kubuntu from the repository. Sadly this game is full of bugs. How do I report them properly? Sorry, I'm kinda new. :-)
Short version:
1. Game crashed after unavoidable risky discard.
2. Didn't get doubling for matching flower&season (as west with zero point hand, got 56 points, should have been 112).
3. Game skipped discarding on 1st game of 2nd round (south), I played as east and ended up with 14/15 stones.
I stopped here, because this was unplayable. :-(


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