Oh. Natureally I was speaking of the addon version, not 1700 stuff. Dependencies or addon interplay changes from version to version and authors know which of their addons did what during what version.... So ... yeah
But as several of you have said and as I just confirmed. Many don't include a version number, so for those addons "N/A" would have to do.
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Sep 23, 2005Hrm... good point. I didn't even think bout why the game would have to be started in the first place. Especially if I'm just going to copy and paste it to a message board. Good stuff. I'll prolly end up doin it in Java, cus that's what I know best.Posted in: Addon Ideas
Sep 23, 2005While addons.txt would already help, I was hoping to get it with a version number, since that can make a difference in which addons don't play nice with what versions of other addons. Since the versions are included in the toc for most addons, I thought it should be possible to do. Maybe I should get my feet wet and do one myself. Then again I have NO idea where to start hehe.Posted in: Addon Ideas
Sep 23, 2005Ok. I'm new hear so bear with me. My request is for troubleshooting. How many times have you wanted to make a post about a addons acting strange and been asked which other addons you're running.Posted in: Addon Ideas
So what I think could be a decent idea is a simple and tiny addon that makes a txt file with a list of the addons (and their version number if available) that are currently running and those that are disabled (just for reference).
That way you could just cut and paste that list to whatever forum you were seekin help from.
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