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Junkyard_Pope said:Does anyone else find it funny how CORE is not even at a 1.0 by the time that HoI 2 comes out? I think it's funny at ironic- but is it just me?
HoI 2 is not out yet so it is quite possible CORE could be at 1.0 before it is released. Version numbers are whatever the authors say they are. CORE is like many free software projects in being conservative in its versioning; if it was a commercial product the current version might be released as '1.0'.Junkyard_Pope said:Does anyone else find it funny how CORE is not even at a 1.0 by the time that HoI 2 comes out? I think it's funny at ironic- but is it just me?
Earlier in the thread (post #168) Steel said he was planning to release 0.85 on the 21st. It's only been about a month since 0.84 was released (same day HoI 1.06c was released).Jace said:sorry if this upsets anyone but when will there be a new core its been a while just wondering.
Steel said:v0.84 will probably install ok in 1.06 and should run fine, a few things to be aware of:
- Province.csv should now load properly with mod-dir.
In v0.84, there's no longer a C.O.R.E. version in the default directory structure (only in \mod-CORE). To make this work properly you need to manually copy the file across.
herm said:Could someone please translate this for me? What does he say I need to do if I want to use 1.06 with C.O.R.E.?
Ghost_dk said:if you have 1.06c installed just install CORE 0.84 on top of that and you should be fine
gunboat said:How is the best way to disable this tech?
herm said:But I don't want to have 1.06c, I want 1.06 not c
And Steel said in his post some things about what to think about then.
The AI range cheats are not part of C.O.R.E.; they are built into the hoi.exe file. While it is probably possible to create AI-only techs reducing their base ranges to compensate for the cheats I doubt it will happen.etmccann2004 said:This is the matter of the extended ranges for AI-controlled ships and aircraft. While I know that the AI needs to be "compensated" for its shortcomings, I think the current situation unbalances the matter.
No reason they shouldn't. There probably won't be any events outside the normal timeframe of the game though.herm said:Does the no time limit patches work with CORE?