Latest builds still using libloot python: Both versions work with Loot 15.x and are backwards compatible with previews versions of LOOT.
This is the proposed workaround to prevent persistent cells from being written to the bash patch and it prevents the bash patch from having large refs in world cells.
For Windows 7 and 8.1 users. Built with pyinstaller rather then py2exe.:
Win 7 and 8.1 LOOT 15.x
For Windows 10 users. Built with py2exe:
Win 10 LOOT 15.x
I believe my bashed patch is broken, because turning it off allows DynDOLOD to do its job.
DynDOLODx64.exe ver 18.104.22.168
TexGenx64.exe ver 22.214.171.124
xLODGenx64.exe ver 126.96.36.199
Wrye Bash.exe ver 307.2020.0503.1206
LOOT.exe ver 0.15.1
Do I need to install older versions of Wrye Bash & LOOT, or can I just skip creating bashed patches until after generating LODs?