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nLite's Update Pack functions outdated with RVM Integrator 1.3

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I was wondering when will nLite be up-to-date to RVM Integrator 1.3 for Addon Packs. There are many add-on packs made recently that is not compatible with nLite because there are functions in the Entries.ini file that aren't recognized by nLite. I believe nLite is only up-to-date with earlier version of RVM Integrator. Here is the list of functions in Entries.ini but the newer functions is not compatible with nLite: http://www.ryanvm.ne...topic.php?t=488

I noticed the entries.ini file of the latest RyanVM Update Pack 2.0.7a contains a new function that isn't recognized by nLite called [obsolete_files] according to the link above:


Nuhi: can you please update nLite to match the functions of RVM Integrator 1.3 if possible so that RyanVM Update Pack 2.0.7a and other add-on pack can be integrated correctly?

Edited by ladude626, 05 July 2006 - 01:15 PM.

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I know of this and it's not effecting it in any way except that those files will be left there even though they are not needed.

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Good to know you're aware of it :). Can you say it will be included in the next release of nLite?

I create add-ons for RVM/nLite and some of these new functions are very useful when creating add-ons.

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