Transfusion on Win32

The Transfusion Project

Transfusion on Linux

About this page

This website is the home of the Transfusion Project development. Please, go to our main website for general information about the project.

News

  • May 5, 2013: (by Elric)
    Our code repository has been converted from Subversion to Mercurial. You can find a quick introduction to Mercurial in the SF documentation. URLs for accessing this new repository can also be found in our code page.

  • August 22, 2012: (by Elric)
    Our RFF unpacker now has support for RFF format 1.48, used by the alpha version of Blood. You can find the source code and the Win32 binary of this new version (0.3 beta) in the ReBUILD snapshots, as usual.

  • December 29, 2010: (by Elric)
    Our RFF unpacker now has support for RFF format 3.0, used on the original Blood CD, thanks to recent works by Barry Duncan. You can find the source code and the Win32 binary of this new version (0.2) in the ReBUILD snapshots, as usual.
    The section devoted to the RFF file format on our ReBUILD page has also been corrected and updated accordingly.

  • November 21, 2010: (by Elric)
    Our Blood-to-BUILD map conversion tool Blud2B has finally reached version 1.0. Aside from a lot of code cleaning, this new version adds support for the unencrypted Blood map format (6.3), used by BB9.
    Blud2B source code and Win32 binary are part of the ReBUILD snapshots.

Contacts

You can find the list of all team members on our main website.
The Transfusion Project has also a mailing list: blood-devel at lists dot sourceforge dot net. It is quite programming oriented, but we don't mind other Transfusion related topics. A part of its traffic is made of SVN update messages that are automatically send each time our code base is updated. All mails are archived, and the "Mailing lists" link at the beginning of this page allows you to browse them or to subscribe to the blood-devel list.
Finally, you can join our IRC channel (#transfusion on "irc.anynet.org") for some interactive discussions.


Acknowledgments:
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