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Akkurat's REACT mod
Akkurat
post May 10 2008, 17:31
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REACT Mod developer


Group: Developer
Posts: 929
Joined: 14-November 07
From: Finland
Member No.: 48750



All the information is located in REACT:Mods Wiki page.

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Attached File  REACT_2.0.akku.b04.zip ( 977.46K ) Number of downloads: 8900
MD5: 8fe597a23a65db3a29f87186e5b34d4a
SHA-1: 862fb0509f8f981e47b07d125bd756a535512366


Attached File  REACT_2.0.akku.b03.zip ( 352.41K ) Number of downloads: 13894
MD5: edd7eab98c6ed2c95da591b7149eeead
SHA-1: 4684f1961f77b5424975e6d527be148ba4c3611b


Attached File  REACT_2.0.akku.b02.zip ( 330.42K ) Number of downloads: 1017
MD5: ec51393f9d762299308abd5bbf3083cb
SHA-1: f08899cb4f391b2c1b978545a81090e934cb9f7c


This post has been edited by Akkurat: Jun 7 2009, 20:54
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Akkurat
post Aug 21 2009, 11:24
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REACT Mod developer


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Posts: 929
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Thanks for the thanks. smile.gif

1) Are you compiling the source yourself? If yes, "Use AutoIt v3.2.12.1 to compile. Newer AutoIt versions might not be compatible with this script.".. this is already told in the source code, lines #28-29. Newer stable AutoIt version has script-breaking changes, e.g.: "RegRead() and RegWrite() no longer use hex strings for REG_BINARY types - native binary datatypes are enforced."

2) You're supposed to first install the original REACT2.0 and then overwrite the install dir with my mod as recommended in "REACT 2" topic in red text, the same topic that you got the glob.exe quote from. I.e. my mod only contains files that replace/update older/original files, it's not a "complete packet".

Why is the glob.exe changes Tycho has made so important to you? Are you compiling all tools yourself? Or checking all source codes? So far there hasn't been any problems with glob.exe (from original REACT2.0). IMHO it's safe to use.

HTH
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