Poll

Should I add increased BLID gathering abilities to Support_Updater and make a public, searchable list of BLIDs and names?

Yes
34 (81%)
No
8 (19%)

Total Members Voted: 42

Author Topic: Support_Updater  (Read 33236 times)

<version:0.1.3 -dev-4>
or
<version:0.1.3>
?

<version:0.1.3 -dev-4>
or
<version:0.1.3>
?
I think it's either.

<version:0.1.3 -dev-4>
or
<version:0.1.3>
?

They're both the same functionally. It wouldn't know how to handle the -dev stuff so it should probably ignore it.

Support_Updater will be receiving an update soon to bring it up to full compatibility with the Semantic Versioning System. This update will not affect most users but will be very beneficial to people like TheBlackParrot and myself.

More info on the Semantic system here: http://semver.org/

I've also begun writing documentation which can be viewed here. It will be included with Support_Updater as the readme file.
« Last Edit: May 03, 2014, 09:28:02 PM by Greek2me »

is greekmods down right now

i can't seem to download

edit:
http://rtb-archive.host22.com/ is hosted by 000webhost though and it works fine.

gosh dang it AT&T and your stupid blocking of common hosts
« Last Edit: May 05, 2014, 05:56:17 AM by otto-san »

is greekmods down right now

i can't seem to download

edit:
gosh dang it AT&T and your stupid blocking of common hosts

I updated the download link to my new website.

Any chance of being able to directly specify a Git repository and getting updates based on version tags?

Any chance of being able to directly specify a Git repository and getting updates based on version tags?
I would love that

Any chance of being able to directly specify a Git repository and getting updates based on version tags?

Oh, I'd like that too. Would the commit description contain the download URL?

edit: An unfortunate problem is that common git hosting providers (like bitbucket and github) force HTTPS usage, which Blockland can't do.
« Last Edit: May 08, 2014, 04:29:39 PM by Greek2me »

Since I started keeping stats a few hours ago, the main http://mods.greek2me.us/ repository has been accessed more than 500 times.

Glad to see that people are actually using this.

Could you add a POST variable in the request indicating the current add-on, for repo developers?

It would probably be good to put a reminder that the UpdaterDownload needs to be executed in a client.cs, since executing it in a server.cs won't really do anything.

The dedicated server interface is almost done! How's it look?

Could you add a POST variable in the request indicating the current add-on, for repo developers?

What if you have lots of add-ons from the same repo? That'll use a lot more network resources. Servers also have limits on the size of POST variables.

What if you have lots of add-ons from the same repo? That'll use a lot more network resources. Servers also have limits on the size of POST variables.
Huh? I just mean like addon=Support_Updater