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Support for ETLegacy #1164

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MattiGB opened this Issue Oct 31, 2016 · 8 comments

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MattiGB commented Oct 31, 2016

Hi,
as I mentioned on DISCORD, it would be great if you add support for ETLegacy.
More info about this project: https://www.etlegacy.com/

ETLegacy brings a lot of fixes in Enemy Territory. It's still in development.

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dgibbs64 commented Oct 31, 2016

I think the best way to implement this would be as its own server. It should jut be a case of copying Enemy Territory everything ET: Legacy and changing the download.

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dgibbs64 commented Mar 12, 2018

Looking at how the installation works a mod might actually be the best fit @UltimateByte what do you think?

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UltimateByte commented Mar 12, 2018

Well, mods-install can easily install any zip files, so as long as it's a link to the latest zip, support ils just a line un mods_list.sh. Might require some modifications for updates though since it seems to be done through a server console command.

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dgibbs64 commented Mar 12, 2018

@UltimateByte the issue I saw is that the files are not stored on the top level but in a directory. Worse case is that I would re crease the archive with the files in the top level....but if I get details of the auto updater it wont really matter.

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UltimateByte commented Mar 19, 2018

Not sure how it looks like, do you have a link of the zip with instructions on how to use it?

Anyhow...
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dgibbs64 commented Apr 2, 2018

a1f2c7d ready for release

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