- Mar 3, 2011
Because we don't want to.
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as valid an answer as any, yet it doesn't actually answer my question. just trying to understand the decision, because to I, the layman who has never used the developer side of Github, it seems to be a less user friendly decision, at the very least requiring an additional installation rather than simply downloading the file. Trying to clear up my confusion.
and thank you for it also i switched to linux does anyone know any good svn client
Try having Tortoise/the SVN client you're using update your installation, if the .MOD file wasn't downloaded it's fairly likely that other files were missed as well. ESM.mod should be in the root directory of the installationCan't seem to find the .MOD file for the SVN in the EKSVN file, I know I've done everything right to install the SVN. I'm sure this problem has been answered, but it seems to be hidden somewhere in a comments section. If anyone knows what I should do or where I can download just the .MOD file it would much appreciated. Thank you.
Thanks for the quick response! That was the first thing I tried, wasn't working earlier but is know. I'll update this post when it finishes downloading.Try having Tortoise/the SVN client you're using update your installation, if the .MOD file wasn't downloaded it's fairly likely that other files were missed as well. ESM.mod should be in the root directory of the installation
LMFAO alright karenThis is why modder are not at all kind hearted people and shouldn't be higher regarded than companies. You just want to harbor acknowledgement but don't answer criticism or help.
And furthermore you display yourself as some kind of empathic person just wanting to share the experience of your work.
Just let me tell you this. There is nothing good hearted whatsoever about modding.
In the past month, we've averaged about 2.6 revisions a day. These are most entirely save-compatible, with possible incompatibilities being flagged in the announcements thread on our Discord. Your SVN installation doesn't update automatically though, so if you're mid-save when a breaking change is pushed you're not forced to update and, if you choose to and want to later go back, to can very easily revert to any previous revisionFirst attempt at using SVN. How often are the updates? Weekly nowadays?
Hmm, as best I can tell the one in the main post should still be working. Here's another in the meanwhile. Did you use the .MOD file provided in the SVN installation?uh i cant seem to get into discord as link expired so can someone invite me? i tried colovinian ethnicy with imperial culture and nine divinities religion and in decision it shows go haj to mecca