git hub: https://github.com/MilesTeg81/tools
spreadsheet (google docs): https://docs.google....UVE&usp=sharing
In this thread I'll document my work in progress.
- 12-23-2013 worked a bit on the MO-python plugin interface. A small MO-Howto can be found here: https://wiki.step-pr...r_PythonPlugins
- 12-22-2013 Updated my core mod files. Will soon update the spreadsheet.
- 12-16-2013 Just got my hands on the new Mod Organizer 1.0.11. Meta info queries for files should work now. I'll update my downloads ASAP.
- 12-11-2013 Did some (very) BORING, but necessary work in Excel (see link above) - helps to keep an overview of all the sources that need to be combined. A script will do that work later on, but for now it'll do. Hopefully next time I'll get to the fun part (writing config files for ASI and running a first batch of mods :) )
- made a list of the core mods, where I have access to meta files. Unfortunately nexus has problems and compatibility with MO seems damaged for now :(
- huge progress! created a tool that can compare filestructures of two directories. Should be no problem to get the output working with MGs ASI tool!
- A tool that reads in .meta files and generates md5 hash for the archive file. Output is a .csv file. All of my released code is still buggy, so be very careful if you try it out!
- I have released a simple BCF reader, using Wrye Bash Code. More tools are on the way.
- release of bookmark generator for STEP Core:
- Did some funny python code that converts the wiki data into a bookmarks.html for firefox :)
lets get the modding party started!
- Building some more infrastructure: SA-STEP Spreadsheet (will publish most recent mod lists)
- git is ready, I just need to get started coding ;)
- Define and assemble a list of all archives (filename and checksum) that'll be used for the STEP core installation (on hold till it gets clear if there isn't an automnated way of doing it)
- (parallel to #1) get a working tool that returns the changed filestructure as config file for MG's ASI. (WIP!)
- looking for a way to use syrep for this (see official website + batch scripts in the Mod Merge thread for info)
- writing my own python script (cause it's fun and might be easier for this specific task than a general tool)
- walking through file structure - done
- writing files and folders - WIP
- creating checksum - WIP