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- Geeba - 2009-02-02 19:34
Just out of interest... if your running a skin such as PMIII - HDMOD that has no programs section, where do you fire the Repro Installer up from? It does nothing from file manager
- joebrady - 2009-02-02 19:58
go to skin settings and you can select to show the programs button on the home screen
- rwparris2 - 2009-02-02 20:06
Geeba Wrote:Just out of interest... if your running a skin such as PMIII - HDMOD that has no programs section, where do you fire the Repro Installer up from? It does nothing from file managerread the first post, which provides a number of ways.
- Geeba - 2009-02-02 20:20
Cheers fellas... geesssss... I dont know if its the weather but I seem to be freakin blind lately!!!
But Accu weather wont install now..
- Geeba - 2009-02-02 20:24
Ahhhh I wanted the TWC script!
- Nazgulled - 2009-02-05 21:25
Can anyone help me out install and make this work on Vista?
I've downloaded the plugin and place it under:
"C:\Program Files\XBMC\plugins\Programs\SVN Repo Installer".
I can browser just fine with the SVN Repo Installer, what I can't is install any plugins/scripts. My best guess is that somewhow, SVN Repo Installer is trying to install everything to "C:\Program Files\XBMC\", which it can't, since it doesn't have access to that folder.
If this is the case, is there way to force all plugins/scripts/skins to be installed to "C:\Users\<Username>\Roaming\XBMC" folder where using SVN Repo Installer?
I've been searching a lot and can't find the solution for this...
- mfreema43 - 2009-02-06 04:50
Nazgulled Wrote:Can anyone help me out install and make this work on Vista?
Just set the access rights under security settings to full control under the profile that you use XBMC on for the XBMC folder location.
i.e. C:\program files\xbmc
Thanks for keying me onto this, because it was not working for me either.
- Nazgulled - 2009-02-06 05:21
That's what I ended up doing but this is a workaround, not the solution.
I don't know if it's possible to do it some other way, but if it isn't, then I suggest that everything downloaded from "SVN Repo Installer" should be placed in the user folder and not the app folder. Of course, XBMC needs support for scripts/plugins/skins in the user folder too for all this to work.
- BigBellyBilly - 2009-02-18 18:59
Nuka. nice plugin, have started to use it myself as I'm finally switch over from xbmc-scripting to xbmc-addons.
An additional feature suggestion:
New options 'Updated Scripts' and 'Updated Plugins'
Selecting either of these will compare the versions of these installed with those in the svn 'tag' area and list any updated script/plugin names. From that list it can be installed.
- Nuka1195 - 2009-02-20 19:52
Nazgulled Wrote:That's what I ended up doing but this is a workaround, not the solution.
it's a special://home/ mapping issue, wiso is aware of it. not sure when he'll fix it, but there is a trac.