Topic: netradiant versus gtkradiant
the recommendations for editors keep confusing me. Can you give me some advice?
My aim is to start editing some levels on a GNU system for neverputt.
When coming from the main neverball.org side and its FAQ I get pointed to the wiki: wiki.nevercorner.net/doku.php?id=level_creation_howto which recomments gtkradiant 1.5 .
Another wiki page is wiki.nevercorner.net/doku.php/radiant_1.5_vs_radiant_1.4 and it has a dead link to gtk radiant 1.5.
At other places like this forum the recommendation is to use netradiant, because gtkradiant supposetly is not developed anymore and netradiant is. However the given url for netradiant package is ingar.satgnu.net/gtkradiant/ and points to ttp://icculus.org/projects/netradiant redirecting to dev.alientrap. which is dead. So there is no netradiant homepage anymore. (I've inquired with alientrap, that used to host something at dev.alientrap where the icculus.org page still redirects to and they emailed me they are not involved in netradiant anymore.)
On the other hand, gtkradiant has a homepage with news from november and a 1.6.3 release.
So: Obviously some wiki pages and other information is outdated. Most of the forum posts predate the 1.6.3 gtkradiant release.
Is netradiant still the way to go?
If so, where is the netradiant current development and source code hosted, what is the lastest version (source code tarball prefered) that I need to grab? Who could fix the links?
(How does someone get registered on the never* wiki? I've found no instructions)
If Gtk Radiant is the way to go, would 1.6.3 be better than 1.5 or is 1.5 recommend over 1.6.3 and later versions?
Thanks for any pointers,