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Hi everyone,

 

it's been some time I've started to work on H5 extender but I kept it private because there's still f*cking LOT of stuff to fix and add (see TODO, stuff marked with + is done/investigated, stuff marked with * is to be done). It also requires you already have proper H5 binaries (l2server built on September 28, 2011 - I've promised not to share them) and Visual Studio 2005 toolkit in some newer Visual Studio (I'm using VS2019).

 

It's still very incomplete but I hope someone will be interested and I'll have more motivation to continue with it.

 

Link to bitbucket repository: https://bitbucket.org/l2shrine/extender-h5

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Any help is really welcome :) Project is (and will) be open-source. Just please, please, don't discuss off-topic personal stuff here, thanks :)

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12 hours ago, eressea said:

Any help is really welcome :) Project is (and will) be open-source. Just please, please, don't discuss off-topic personal stuff here, thanks :)

this guy who is willing to help is scammer, he shared master toma work.

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21 hours ago, guytis said:

If you want I can help, but only if it is a public project ...

I do not want to have problems like it was with mastertoma.

 

She works on "Open Sources Project", so of course it will be public. But in order to help in this extender, you will need the H5 OFF PTS files.

 

Cheers

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3 hours ago, lin2diy said:

how to use this extenders without the l2server built on September 28, 2011 ?

 

There's no way, it extends these particular binaries and won't work with anything else :(

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This is awesome eressea. I've been hoping to see something like this.

 

Please do continue the development, I'll make sure L2Homage follows suit.

I know the binaries aren't available yet, but things have a way of happening :)

 

I'm happy to see this!

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