Quote from ciscohi will have to play with this. not sure i understand exactly.
Take a look at the .pkgmeta file AtlasLoot has. It does exactly what you are after.
Quote from AudrixHow safe is the CC? Is it as safe as JWU? or something like the WAU?
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2. It's not about elitism. If you've ever released an addon, you'll know how much time and frustration can stem from trying to provide support to users. Even if the ONLY place users can download your addon is the ONE place you uploaded it, you'll still get support requests for bugs which were fixed months before. You'll still get support requrest from people who didn't read the addon description and can't figure out how to make it do X. Now go to any UI site that allows compilations, and spend even 30 seconds looking at their compilation listing -- look how many compilations are massively outdated, but are still downloaded by dozens of users every day. If your addon is included in even one of those compilations, that's dozens of new users every day who are downloading your addon and are probably stumbling over bugs you fixed long ago.
Quote from jmoore3274Ok this is getting very fustrateing. I can not find a viable link to download Curse any where. On the dev site it shows files but no link to download it. All I want is something to replace WAU. If any one knows of a better program please share. I do not have the time to comb through the world wide web hopeing I will find a updater I trust. My personal opinion is that the Dev's should have never taken WAU off line.
Quote from ArzachAce used a very efficient revisions and updating system, and its behavior (protocol, revisioning, etc.) was public. We had beautiful open-source updaters, and they were reliable.
Quote from MegaManJunoIn the past, I believe updaters that supported unpacking would handle pulling these out automatically after extraction (assuming the option was turned on). From what I gather, the Curse Client does not support unpacking (?), so may explain the recent change.
Quote from AllaraI notice after doing a release tag, two files are produced and syndicated: a normal zip, and a "nolibs" zip. The default file downloaded from Curse, though, is the nolibs version. This will prove problematic to users downloading through Curse, as they probably won't even realize they're not getting the libs. Any chance of making the normal zip the default download after a syndication?
Quote from TorhalZOMG! When did WWE split from Springer? :D
Quote from TekkubIn my experience, reduce the links to the minimum info you need. The game will fill in the rest, and you'll avoid creating an "invalid" link.