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#76 stoppingby4now

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Posted 23 April 2012 - 10:20 PM

The last update I see on SVN was 3 weeks ago. We might want to start capturing edits and providing them on the Wiki page for things that are no brainers as well.
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Posted 28 April 2012 - 01:44 AM

The current state of Wrye Bash first 3 posts give a snapshot.
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Posted 02 May 2012 - 06:09 AM

Thanks for the WB ini edits! Not sure if this should be in the WB guide, but with current SVNs, there is a problem with correct detection of mergeable mods and levled lists merging/ overriding with bash tags on mods. Rather than importing the Bashed Patch, Skyrim.esp from WB for use, one must generate a new bashed patch by right clicking on mods tab, then file tab, then navigating to file dropdown menu and selecting create new bashed patch. This new bashed patch will be Skyrim compatible and thus correctly detect and merge mods as well as lvled lists.
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Posted 02 May 2012 - 06:13 AM

Thanks for the WB ini edits!

Not sure if this should be in the WB guide, but with current SVNs, there is a problem with correct detection of mergeable mods and levled lists merging/ overriding with bash tags on mods. Rather than importing the Bashed Patch, Skyrim.esp from WB for use, one must generate a new bashed patch by right clicking on mods tab, then file tab, then navigating to file dropdown menu and selecting create new bashed patch. This new bashed patch will be Skyrim compatible and thus correctly detect and merge mods as well as lvled lists.

As an addendum to this, you should delete/remake the bashed patch every time you add a new mod to the loadorder with bashtags, or it can still cause issues with the current WB SVN version.
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Posted 02 May 2012 - 07:57 AM

This is because the "Skyrim" flag isn't properly set when you first install bash. This causes the bashed patch to be created in oblivion format which doesn't allow you to merge esp's created with the official CK. Fix this by deleting all oblivion files and manually copying the Bashed Patch, Skyrim.esp to the data directory and renaming it bashed patch.esp
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Posted 02 May 2012 - 12:28 PM

@Fri This is what I was doing for 295.5 and was planning to also do so for the SVN; however, I have not yet used the BP for the SVN. I do know that the Game Definitions had to be installed from the WB Skyrim Nexus in order to get the BP to work correctly as well, so I am assuming that this also applies to the SVN?

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Posted 02 May 2012 - 01:04 PM

The "game definitions" are just updated python scripts and as such more recent versions are included in the SVN, if you overwrite the SVN with them you will experience a world of wonder :P and cry yourself to sleep Remember that the game definitions and SVN are python and are useless if you use the standalone exe, that seems to be little understood. You will also of course have to install python and all the library dependencies. Best way to do that is to reinstall 295.5 from the installer select all options but standalone and let it do that for you.
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Posted 02 May 2012 - 01:12 PM

Perhaps this is all news to me because I am a religious user of the Python versions of all Wrye *ash interfaces ;) For me the SVN was a mere overwrite of my Mopy directory and deletion of my *.pyc files... just haven't used the BP yet, so it sounds like I am good to go, woohoo!

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Posted 02 May 2012 - 01:23 PM

I just switched over to the Python version today so that I could get onto the SVN :) Odd that this conversation should start up just after I did that... but usefull :)
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Posted 02 May 2012 - 01:50 PM

I just switched over to the Python version today so that I could get onto the SVN :) Odd that this conversation should start up just after I did that... but usefull :)

MadW must have detected a metaphysical shift emanating from far to the Northeast, which he apparently acted upon subliminally, creating a confluence of sub-conscious thought, resulting in this synergy.
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Posted 02 May 2012 - 08:09 PM

Perhaps this is all news to me because I am a religious user of the Python versions of all Wrye *ash interfaces ;)
For me the SVN was a mere overwrite of my Mopy directory and deletion of my *.pyc files... just haven't used the BP yet, so it sounds like I am good to go, woohoo!

For future reference, you don't have to manually delete pyc files. They are automatically compiled again if the original python file changes (have confirmed).
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Posted 02 May 2012 - 08:15 PM

good to know s4n, thanks (only a tenacious fellow would test this :P )

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Posted 03 May 2012 - 05:41 PM


I just switched over to the Python version today so that I could get onto the SVN :) Odd that this conversation should start up just after I did that... but usefull :)

MadW must have detected a metaphysical shift emanating from far to the Northeast, which he apparently acted upon subliminally, creating a confluence of sub-conscious thought, resulting in this synergy. :P

Oh dear, I wonder what else I might be open to subliminally. The first week I try to live without my trusty aluminium hat and this happens, back on it goes!
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Posted 03 May 2012 - 06:32 PM






I just switched over to the Python version today so that I could get onto the SVN :) Odd that this conversation should start up just after I did that... but usefull :)



MadW must have detected a metaphysical shift emanating from far to the Northeast, which he apparently acted upon subliminally, creating a confluence of sub-conscious thought, resulting in this synergy. :P



Oh dear, I wonder what else I might be open to subliminally. The first week I try to live without my trusty aluminium hat and this happens, back on it goes!




Who would have thought that the reptilians could be thwarted with by something as simple reynolds wrap. David Icke approves.
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Posted 06 May 2012 - 05:38 AM

Copy then rename the file 'bash_default.ini' to 'bash.ini,' and place
this alongside the former. This INI lets you define many useful things
including where Wrye looks for installers. (Be certain to global replace
the ‘\Oblivion’ directory references to ‘\Skyrim’ and DO NOT simply do a
global replace of ‘Oblivion’ with ‘Skyrim’ or you will break the INI,
since certain variable names must remain unchanged even in Skyrim: e.g.,
‘sOblivion=’).

What exactly should I do here? I'm so confused atm I can't even ask a precise question...
I installed Wrye bash in Program Files x86 directory (i deactivated UAC for sure) and I copied the ini as it said. So where do I edit which exact Oblivion references to what exact skyrim references?

EDIT: I found the references directly under the extremely detailed descriptions. Maybe it's the problem that I'm not a native speaker but what is a installer directory? the folder where mods are stored or what?
Am I supposed to install the Mopy folder somewhere else (not in skyrim folder) to avoid directory thrashing?
isn't the Mods and Install info folder of NMM then supposed to be somewhere else too?
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