Where is Poppy
Where is Poppy as it uses the Half-Life Engine is subject to the same License.
In addition to that you must credit the original author of the Mod if you choose to use any Code, Assets or Original Ideas.
Follow the Tutorial over at sourcemodding to compile the code sources for yourself.
Use and Modify the Source maps using your level editor of Choice.
To Install the Mod simply copy the whole "Mod" directory into your Half-Life Installation folder and restart steam where you will now find the mod listed in your games directory. You obviously need a copy of Half-Life for this to work.
Half Life 1 SDK LICENSE
Half Life 1 SDK Copyright© Valve Corp.
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This is the README for the Half-Life 1 engine and its associated games.
Please use this repository to report bugs and feature requests for Half-Life 1 related products.
If you encounter an issue while using Half-Life 1 games, first search the issue list to see if it has already been reported. Include closed issues in your search.
If it has not been reported, create a new issue with at least the following information:
- a short, descriptive title;
- a detailed description of the issue, including any output from the command line;
- steps for reproducing the issue;
- your system information.*; and
versionoutput from the in‐game console.
Please place logs either in a code block (press
M in your browser for a GFM cheat sheet) or a gist.
* The preferred and easiest way to get this information is from Steam's Hardware Information viewer from the menu (
Help -> System Information). Once your information appears: right-click within the dialog, choose
Select All, right-click again, and then choose
Copy. Paste this information into your report, preferably in a code block.
There are basic rules of conduct that should be followed at all times by everyone participating in the discussions. While this is generally a relaxed environment, please remember the following:
- Do not insult, harass, or demean anyone.
- Do not intentionally multi-post an issue.
- Do not use ALL CAPS when creating an issue report.
- Do not repeatedly update an open issue remarking that the issue persists.
Remember: Just because the issue you reported was reported here does not mean that it is an issue with Half-Life. As well, should your issue not be resolved immediately, it does not mean that a resolution is not being researched or tested. Patience is always appreciated.