The Spine June update is available now with a few bugfixes for the uninstaller, additional packages, compatibility dialog and update dialog.
Spine 1.32 isn’t super big as we were pretty busy with our new game. But we were able to fix a few issues again. Some problems were solved server side and as usual aren’t part of the changelog like some downloads not working for some languages (a problem with the initial implementation of the file synchronization that couldn’t handle a case where Linux case sensitivity for file names was abused to handle different language versions of mods) and a display issue of additional packages. The others are in the changelog. They fix stuff during uninstallation of Spine, additional packages containing archives like the solution for Xeres’ Return, and bugs in the compatibility and update dialog.
I hope we find some more time for the next update as some tasks like the Visual Studio upgrade (2015 => 2019 so we can use the newest Qt prebuilt version as I really don’t want to mess around with building it myself) is pretty big and requires to update all our dependencies. When we don’t find the time we will at least keep the bugfixes going.
If you encounter any problems, please let us know so we can have a look at it. Also try to provide as much information as possible like your last steps and log files.
- Fixed potential bug during uninstallation
- Fixed bug that caused additional packages not working when they contained an archive
- Fixed bug that caused submitting compatibility not working anymore
- Fixed bug that caused updates being displayed wrong
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