Warnings when opening r1564

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Re: Warnings when opening r1564

by Tiger » Tue Aug 14, 2012 0:47

And done! Any problems, please let me know

Re: Warnings when opening r1564

by Tiger » Mon Aug 13, 2012 22:27

I have begun working on a program script for this, and I hope to finish it today.

What is left todo:
  • Get Windows Batch to manipulate cacheNavVar with logic operations
  • Implement the 'ERROR' method.
  • Test
  • General revise if necessary
What I have currently:
Spoiler: RemovePackages.bat

Re: Warnings when opening r1564

by Tiger » Mon Jul 09, 2012 18:58

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NeoHippo wrote: While this does not affect the workings of Doombuilder2 it is nonetheless annoying to see this every time DB2r1564 is opened.
Understandable. I will later create an external script to expunge some of the superfluous content within the compiled projects. Generally - I don't believe nor want the Bootless Star program to manipulate any directories, excluding the compiled project directory conflicts. On the contrary to the previous beta versions, I believe it would automatically expunge some unnecessary content, however - I don't believe it should do any manipulation natively. In the future, I will get around to creating an external script - that uses Bootless Star's environment to remove some of those unneeded files.

Warnings when opening r1564

by NeoHippo » Sat Jul 07, 2012 15:08

Thank you for the new svn version, but , somehow these were duplicated in the Plugins folder.

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While this does not affect the workings of Doombuilder2 it is nonetheless annoying to see this every time DB2r1564 is opened.

Of course, the self help is to just delete these three dll files in the Plugins folder.

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