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  1. A new release has been tagged: https://github.com/L1nkZ/rpatchur/releases/tag/v0.2.2 Not really much changes on the patcher side (apart from a dependency update and a binary size reduction). However, the release now includes a tool (mkpatch) to generate THOR patches easily from the command-line. Check it out, feedback's welcome! The musl release of mkpatch should run out of the box on most linux distributions.
  2. Hi, You can find the compiled executable in the target/release/ sub-directory.
  3. Well, your only option is compiling on a more powerful computer (either on a VM or natively). And by the way, compiling on your VPS probably wasn't going to cut it anyway, unless you're running the same Linux distribution you plan running RPatchur on. If you want to compile a Windows executable you'd have to cross-compile or compile directly on a Windows machine.
  4. What are the specs of the box you use to compile the project? Rust is actually pretty resource intensive when it comes to compiling and linking the code. For some projects for example, 4GiB of RAM might not be enough. I don't know for sure for RPatchur but it might require more than 1 or 2GiB, never checked.
  5. Hi, It seems you're missing a package on your distribution. Doing the following on Debian/Ubuntu will probably fix that (although you may have some other missing packages): sudo apt-get install libglib2.0-dev Take a look at this Dockerfile to see most of the dependencies you may be missing for building the project on Debian or Ubuntu.
  6. A version 0.2.0 has been released: https://github.com/L1nkZ/rpatchur/releases/tag/v0.2.0 It includes a few improvements and fixes a bug on Linux. Changes are listed on the page linked above. @hadiesyafiq This release should allow you to make a launcher.
  7. Hi, No, this is not currently possible. I'll see if there's a proper way I can add that feature because it would definitely be a plus.
  8. Hi, A few days ago I released the first version of an open-source patcher I've been working on. The project has been developed in Rust and the UI is based on the webview project. The project also includes a cross-platform, command-line THOR patch generator. The patcher's current features are the following: * Customizable, web-based UI * Cross-platform (Windows 7/8/10, Linux, macOS) * Configurable through an external YAML file * HTTP/HTTPS support * GRF file patching (version 0x101, 0x102, 0x103 and 0x200) * THOR patch format support * Drop-in replacement for the Thor patcher * SSO login support (i.e., can act as a launcher) The project's repository can be found here: https://github.com/L1nkZ/rpatchur (and documentation can be found here). Contributions are welcome! Releases v0.2.3: https://github.com/L1nkZ/rpatchur/releases/tag/v0.2.3 v0.2.2: https://github.com/L1nkZ/rpatchur/releases/tag/v0.2.2 v0.2.1: https://github.com/L1nkZ/rpatchur/releases/tag/v0.2.1 v0.2.0: https://github.com/L1nkZ/rpatchur/releases/tag/v0.2.0 v0.1.0: https://github.com/L1nkZ/rpatchur/releases/tag/v0.1.0
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