Epic Games has released a hotfix for the Unreal Development Kit (UDK) November beta version. UDK is the free edition of the award-winning Unreal Engine 3, and all users are encouraged to download the updated software build at www.udk.com/udkdownload.html.
UDK November Beta 2 includes the following repairs and improvements:Shader compiler no longer crashes when the log is not writable. Game/editor will run without having to first check for existing script files. Windows XP: Emissive lights causing purple lighting have been fixed. Windows 7: Added new SpeedTree binaries to address OS-specific issue. Added check to confirm GPU meets minimum requirements. Implemented fix for some SpeedTree trees causing crashes. Added fix for invalid characters being allowed in journal files causing database corruption. Incorporated fix for making a game in non-English and then running it on another non-English machine. Installer If a prerequisite fails to install, the install will still continue and warn at the end. Enhanced the check for a valid install path. If the installer is skipped, the EULA comes up once. Fixed CZE install not finding the EULA. Fixed problem if temp install folders were deleted between install and uninstall. Fixed problem if maps were named in non-ASCII characters.
Details are available at the Unreal Developer Network (UDN):
Epic Games also maintains links to download mirrors, technical documentation and support resources at www.udk.com/forums.
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