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Cross-platform mapping for Terraria

New Features

  • Updated to work with Terraria 1.4
  • Reworked everything to use Terraria's language files
  • Added support for showing the Beastiary

Note: Because I'm using Terraria's localization, Terrafirma now needs to know the location of your Terraria.exe. It will use Steam by default to help locate it. If it cannot find it, it will list all items and blocks using their tag instead of a translated name. You can manually specify the location of Terraria.exe if you wish the names used in Terrafirma to match the ones used in Terraria.

How to do a static compile on Windows:

Note, qt5 contains a lot of nested files, so it would be best to checkout the repository somewhere close to root, like C:\qt5 to prevent path-length errors.

You also must install, git, activeperl, and python before compiling. (python may be optional since we're now excluding qtquick).

Open your 64-bit developer prompt:

> git clone
> cd qt5
> git checkout 5.12
> perl init-repository --module-subset=default,-qtwebkit,-qtwebkit-examples,-qtwebengine,-qtquick3d,-qtquick
(wait forever)
> mkdir qt_static

Now edit qtbase\mkspecs\common\msvc-desktop.conf. Find the CONFIG line and rmeove embed_manifest_dll and embed_manifest_exe from that line. Next find QMAKE_CFLAGS_* and change -MD to -MT and MDd to -MTd.

> configure -prefix %CD%\qt_static -opensource -confirm-license -platform win32-msvc -nomake tests -nomake examples -opengl desktop -release -static
> nmake
(wait forever)
> nmake install

This should make a static Qt5. Now in QtCreator go to Tools → Options and select Qt Versions from Build & Run. Add a new Qt Version and locate the qmake.exe inside qt_static\bin. Then create a new Kit that uses the Qt Version you just created.

Building for Linux:

Use qmake to generate a makefile then run make.

To make a package,

$ debuild

To make a package for another distrubtion

$ pbuilder-dist bionic create  # generate the environment
$ debuild -S -us -uc
$ cd ..
$ pbuilder-dist bionic build *.dsc

Building on OSX:

Make a static compile of Qt 5.12:

$ git clone
$ cd qt5
$ git checkout 5.12
$ perl init-repository --module-subset=default,-qtwebkit,-qtwebkit-examples,-qtwebengine,-qtquick3d,-qtquick
(wait forever)
$ mkdir qt_static
$ ./configure -prefix $PWD/qt_static -opensource -confirm-license -nomake tests -nomake examples -release -static
$ make
(wait forever)

Then compile Terrafirma:

$ cd TerraFirma
$ ~/qt5/qt_static/bin/qmake
$ make
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