Creatures Content Installer / News: Recent posts

Apologies for lack on updates

I would like to apologize on the lack of updates to the Creatures Content Installer as of late. We are currently drafting up ideas for CCI v2.1, which currently include:

- Mini UI (similar to the Windows Installer UI)
- Status update on what is being copied
- Code Optimization

And we may possibly include some pre-made translations in the download.

Work on 2.1 will commence around Christmas Time.... read more

Posted by Philip Kent 2007-07-30

CCI 2.1 in progress

Development on CCI 2.1 is now in progress. Changes include support for the other Creatures games, a few bug fixes, cleaned up code and more.

Posted by Philip Kent 2007-05-10

CCI 2.0 Now Out

The 2.0 release of the Creatures Content Installer is now out. Among other changes, the biggest updates are:

Complete C3/DS support
Translation Support
Silent Mode
Ability to pass a different INI file.

The file release is out now, and code is avaliable in SVN.

Posted by Philip Kent 2007-04-26

CCI 2 Incoming

CCI 1.1 was never released, because I changed so much that 1.1 would be an insult to the ammount of code change. 2.0 will be out soon, just performing final testing.

Posted by Philip Kent 2007-01-30

Note: 1.1 Impending

There will be a release 1.1 of the CCI soon. This will improve the installation for Creatures 3, with catalog support.

Stay tuned...

Posted by Philip Kent 2006-11-28

Release 1.0 in Subversion

I apologize for the lack of updates, but I have got around to uploading the final 1.0 release to subversion. Enjoy!

(N.B. File release coming soon!)

Posted by Philip Kent 2006-10-27

Source code now avaliable in Subversion

The source code (Beta 4SE, designed for the CCSF, Creaturs Community Disk) is now avaliable in subversion, in trunk. The main source is script.au3 which is a AutoIT v3 source code file (AutoIT is freely avaliable from\).

Work still needs to be done on the script (e.g. I need to check the catalog installer bit and copy some missing code into the C1 and C3 sections) but it is fully working. A binary release will be avaliable in the coming weeks.

Posted by Philip Kent 2006-08-01

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