Wrye Bash (by Wrye)
Posted 14 June 2013 - 10:17 PM
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Posted 14 June 2013 - 11:08 PM
Well, yes, I get what you're saying. I"m just saying that such an exercise is likely to be pointless and excessively large in scope, since WB will point out and handle any that are in your load order on its own; and there are hundreds if not thousands of plugins out there that WB is likely able to merge; thus keeping track of all of them would be an effort like the current BOSS. And if you think a mergeable plugin isn't marked as such in WB, try "mark as mergeable" on it and see what WB says.
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Posted 16 February 2014 - 01:08 AM
Posted 16 February 2014 - 02:49 AM
I think this is off topic here and perhaps one of the moderators can move it to a more appropriate thread.
Sorry if this is a dumb question...but can someone explain what the bashed patch actually does. Is it the same as a merged patch? It's used to group the edits in similar mods and merge plugins?
A bashed patch is explained in the Bash Wiki here. A bashed patch merges only leveled lists. A far more powerful approach is SkyBash by Plutoman (RLWC and ASIS) which basically merges everything. Unfortunately he is MIA for a long time it seems. Last update to Skybash (which uses Skyproc created by Leviathan1753, also MIA) was mid 2012. This could really by a game changer and make WB obsolete (if you are using MO).
Posted 16 February 2014 - 03:13 AM
Posted 16 February 2014 - 10:22 AM
I might give that a look as well, but I'm wondering if it does anything that TES5Edit's "create a merged patch" function doesn't do...
Okay, I moved them to WB support forum.
I always wondered why no one just picked up the WB mantle and ported CBash to work as a standalone project. Wrye opensourced the whole the thing for anyone to use. Lev seemed like he was a Java guy, so maybe that is why he avoided the C++ stuff from CBash. I actually know a decent amount of Java so maybe I should look into SkyBash. Just a casual glance at some of the files, and I can see that SkyProc has functions for pretty much every type of record a FormID can hold.
Hmm... if I get into this now, I probably won't sleep till Thurday.
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