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Community Modding Bible

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The Community Modding Bible ~ streamlining ArmA modding.

What is in the code repository of the CMB

  • Code formatting configuration files
  • Some very useful helper tools
  • Latest release version of configs for OFP, A1 and A2, along with allInOne config and version diffs most notably.
  • Latest release version of scripts for OFP, A1 and A2, version diffs most notably.
  • Latest release version of rvmat for OFP, A1 and A2, version diffs most notably.

To access the repository login with your DH account or use guest/guest:

URL: http://dev.withsix.com/projects/cmb/wiki

+ various useful links (BIKI and more).

Edited by .kju [PvPscene]

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Thank you for this great resource, I use the AllInOne config several times most days.

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Thank you for this great resource, I use the AllInOne config several times most days.

As do I. It's certainly a lot more convenient than digging through each individual file (especially when you don't even know what you're looking for).

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Latest updates:

# A2F diff available

# Latest TakOH diffs available

Especially the later is interesting as BI decided to make the tkoh_preview.pbo extractable.

Now you can study the new scripts, (single) configs, models, rvmat and such.

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This is definitely going on my bookmark bar! Its nice to see techniques shared throughout the community

Edited by Double Doppler
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Nice one! A lot of great resources I often need but just as often forget where they are.

Bookmarked

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Latest updates:

# A2F diff available

# Latest TakOH diffs available

Especially the later is interesting as BI decided to make the tkoh_preview.pbo extractable.

Now you can study the new scripts, (single) configs, models, rvmat and such.

Extractable using what program? My pbo seems to be still protected and un-extractable.

EDIT: Nevermind. Eliteness worked.

Edited by antoineflemming
Figured it out

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Yep you need to use up-to-date tools like eliteness or mikero's command line suite.

Outdated (OFP/a1/a2) tools obviously are no good idea.

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Not spotted this before, great idea, bookmarking :)

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Updated OA files to 1.60.

Updated A2 files to 1.11.

Updated ToH files to 1.03.

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I have already been using this extensively.. a great addition to an already invaulable tool!

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