Discussion in 'Works-in-Progress' started by blushiemagic, Jul 7, 2015.
Please tiles first ;3 I wanna fiddle around with that
It works for 184.108.40.206, you just need to use the already patched 220.127.116.11 .exe
Im sending it to everyone atm that needs it.
I always get this error with the new .exe file "the application was unable to start correctly (0x00007b)".Somebody help please!!!
Are you reading the posts in this thread?
Are you sending the entire exe? I don't think that's allowed since it's essentially giving out terraria.
The problem is that the mod loader is for terraria 18.104.22.168. I'm on vacation right now so I'll probably release an update next week.
Thank you, for making an api that does not require ganelauncher.
@bluemagic123 Is it ok if I make something like this? Makes it easier for most of us.
Then i will not longer doing that, just wanted to help you
Where are you saving the location?
In the registry? If yes, please warn the user about that.
It's all in the .exe itself
It works like this:
Enter the path to the terraria folder that contains 'terraria.exe'
Click 'Install Files'
Click 'Install tModLoader'
It is done within a few seconds
Not that it is hard to do on your own.. but I notice people are still having issues.. so this might be easier for them.. Will obviously only release this if the OP is ok with it.
Edit: Got it fully working now for this current release. All you need for this is the .exe file of the program I created and it does everything for you.
Not sure if the terraria.exe fresh copy is allowed, but for me it was just for ease of restoration while working on the app.. The file is about 8mb and contains all you need
Just wondered how you saved the Path in the .exe
If i need to safe data, i either use .XML files or i write it all into the Registry.
I just store it in the internal settings, that way it stays a single .exe
Wondering what will outcome from this~
Sure, something like that would be of great help.
A fresh Terraria.exe wouldn't be allowed, but it looks like you have it so that it uses the person's own Terraria.exe, so everything looks good.
Version 22.214.171.124 works with v0.1.2.0 of tModLoader
NOTICE: To prevent 'This app can not run on your PC' make sure you run the vanilla file at least once (126.96.36.199 Terraria) before attempting to install
NOTICE: Make sure to delete the old patch_info and bspatch.exe files (inside your Terraria folder) otherwise Terraria won't start!
Currently a small bug: You need to restart tModLoaderUtils once you've set the path otherwise it fails install and you will get errors, sorry about that!
Bug is fixed
Now supports v0.1.2.0 tModLoader (Terraria 188.8.131.52)
Overhauled interface, no more tabs (all in one page)
No more 'configure', just click Install
Currently still supports 1 backup
Now supports v0.1.1.0 tModLoader (Terraria 184.108.40.206)
Overhauled interface, tabs!
Now requires 'Configure' before install
Supports 1 backup
How to install using this app:
Set path, you can drag&drop Terraria.exe or its file or you can use the directory browser or you can enter the path manually. Make sure to hit the save icon.
Now hit Install, it should return "Install complete (Success) (0)" (automatically makes a backup)
Screens of v220.127.116.11 (what is used to look like)
Screens of 18.104.22.168: (what is looks like now)
Can't wait for this to be updated so I can start playing around and getting used to terraria modding.
Isn't working for me.... i have Downloaded and installed your new modloader which results in my terraria not being able to load :?
praise this man. PRAISE HIM. also follow him. can't wait until this gets more features so i can start making a mod!
Well, the mod loader is currently only for Terraria 22.214.171.124. Installation works through binary difference patches, so applying that patch to Terraria 126.96.36.199 will create nonsense. I am currently working on an update for 188.8.131.52, along with some progress on the mod loader itself.
So happy to see the progression of this i cant wait until its up and running nicely i think with people like you determined to work hard the terraria modding community will definitely continue @bluemagic123
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