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Mashie Saldana
Minmatar
Veto Corp
Posted - 2010.09.21 12:36:00 - [121]
 

Hmm, still getting the same error as seen above.

CCP Mandrake

Posted - 2010.09.21 14:51:00 - [122]
 

Woops! havn't really paying good enough attention to the SiisiLauncher lately. The data packages it required where not uploaded to our file servers, thats the error that pops up if that's the case.

The tool should now behave.

Mashie Saldana
Minmatar
Veto Corp
Posted - 2010.09.21 15:39:00 - [123]
 

Originally by: CCP Mandrake
The tool should now behave.

It behaves now, thanks.

Irumani
Gallente
hirr
Morsus Mihi
Posted - 2010.09.21 19:25:00 - [124]
 

Yeah, confirming the Sisi launcher is behaving well tonight.
Nice lil' piece of software, that's exactly what the playerbase was crying for to streamline the mass test process.
I assume it's gonna go through graphics-savy CCP'ers before final release, so I won't make any remark about the UI (it's functional right now, and that's what matters for a beta).

If you have time enough to push this thing as far as being a real debugger tool for player to use and help you guys doing great work, may I suggest three little additions ?
- A button to launch the logserver
- A link to the EVE-wiki page explaining wtf is that logserver and why we should run it on every mass test
- A button to send logs to CCP (that one would be tricky, but totally awesome).

Of course, this is much a fantasy than a real plan, but who knows. We're finally getting Incarna one day or another, why not dream about a complete debugging platform for player ?

Anyway, good work CCP'ers, keep it coming.

Eagle Tarquinas
Gallente
Reliables Inc
Majesta Empire
Posted - 2010.09.22 03:34:00 - [125]
 

start time: 20100921 23:34:00
python version: 2.7 (r27:82525, Jul 4 2010, 09:01:59) [MSC v.1500 32 bit (Intel)]
Error:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "repairPanel.pyc", line 179, in Start
File "repair.pyc", line 244, in RunTask
File "repair.pyc", line 143, in TaskRestoreFolder
File "repair.pyc", line 112, in GetDxFileSums
File "checksum.pyc", line 136, in FastChecksumFile
File "shelve.pyc", line 122, in __getitem__
EOFError


Have been getting this error for days now, dont know what to do.

Magellix
Gallente
The Cadre
Posted - 2010.09.22 09:08:00 - [126]
 

Getting this error for some time now

start time: 20100922 11:07:44
python version: 2.7 (r27:82525, Jul 4 2010, 09:01:59) [MSC v.1500 32 bit (Intel)]
Error:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "repairPanel.pyc", line 179, in Start
File "repair.pyc", line 244, in RunTask
File "repair.pyc", line 143, in TaskRestoreFolder
File "repair.pyc", line 112, in GetDxFileSums
File "checksum.pyc", line 136, in FastChecksumFile
File "shelve.pyc", line 122, in __getitem__
EOFError

Blue Harrier
Gallente
Posted - 2010.09.22 11:49:00 - [127]
 

OK I’m well confused now, I just downloaded the SiSi Launcher tool and run the program.

Now from what I read it *should* copy my TQ folder to a new location and then autopatch the copied files to make a SiSi client, correct?

I’m running Windows 7 64bit OS fully patched and up to date (new install).
I have my TQ folder on my D: drive (D:\Eve-online\EVE\) and I wanted to also put my new SiSi folders there (but in a new folder) as well.

So I ran the program, clicked the [Browse] button and used the ‘Browse For Folder’ window to locate my D: drive. I used the [Make New Folder] button to make a new folder called EvE-onsisi (D:\EvE-onsisi), clicked the [OK] button to accept the new folder location and received the following error;

‘Could not find eve.exe in the folder “D:\EvE-onsisi”, please confirm that you wish to run the repair inside this directory.
[OK] [Cancel]

The program made no attempt to copy my TQ folder or files, if I clicked the [OK] button the autopatcher runs and tries to download the full install files (around 3 Gig).

Any idea why?

CCP Mandrake

Posted - 2010.09.22 13:35:00 - [128]
 

Originally by: Blue Harrier
OK I’m well confused now, I just downloaded the SiSi Launcher tool and run the program.

Now from what I read it *should* copy my TQ folder to a new location and then autopatch the copied files to make a SiSi client, correct?

I’m running Windows 7 64bit OS fully patched and up to date (new install).
I have my TQ folder on my D: drive (D:\Eve-online\EVE\) and I wanted to also put my new SiSi folders there (but in a new folder) as well.

So I ran the program, clicked the [Browse] button and used the ‘Browse For Folder’ window to locate my D: drive. I used the [Make New Folder] button to make a new folder called EvE-onsisi (D:\EvE-onsisi), clicked the [OK] button to accept the new folder location and received the following error;

‘Could not find eve.exe in the folder “D:\EvE-onsisi”, please confirm that you wish to run the repair inside this directory.
[OK] [Cancel]

The program made no attempt to copy my TQ folder or files, if I clicked the [OK] button the autopatcher runs and tries to download the full install files (around 3 Gig).

Any idea why?



Actually i have an idea why, it's a bug you found there :) should be easy enough to fix that.
The reason for this is that the current logic in the sisi launcher says that if the Sisi folder exists then do not copy the TQ client, instead try to patch the existing folder. it should be doing more checking really than just seeing if the folder exist. But in short, try not creating a new folder, instead type the folder path into the text box and click the play button, it should then copy the client over.

CCP Mandrake

Posted - 2010.09.22 13:40:00 - [129]
 

Originally by: Eagle Tarquinas
start time: 20100921 23:34:00
python version: 2.7 (r27:82525, Jul 4 2010, 09:01:59) [MSC v.1500 32 bit (Intel)]
Error:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "repairPanel.pyc", line 179, in Start
File "repair.pyc", line 244, in RunTask
File "repair.pyc", line 143, in TaskRestoreFolder
File "repair.pyc", line 112, in GetDxFileSums
File "checksum.pyc", line 136, in FastChecksumFile
File "shelve.pyc", line 122, in __getitem__
EOFError


Have been getting this error for days now, dont know what to do.


That's another bug that needs fixing.

For a temporary solution you will have to delete three files on your computer, those are called CCP_checksum_cache.bak, .dir and .dat and they are located in your temp directory.

You can browse to your temp directory by simply typing %temp% into the address bar of an explorer window or hold down the windows button on your keyboard, press R and type in %temp% and press OK.

so to be clear, the files you need to delete are:
%temp%\CCP_checksum_cache.bak
%temp%\CCP_checksum_cache.dir
%temp%\CCP_checksum_cache.dat

CCP Mandrake

Posted - 2010.09.22 13:51:00 - [130]
 

Originally by: Irumani
Yeah, confirming the Sisi launcher is behaving well tonight.
Nice lil' piece of software, that's exactly what the playerbase was crying for to streamline the mass test process.
I assume it's gonna go through graphics-savy CCP'ers before final release, so I won't make any remark about the UI (it's functional right now, and that's what matters for a beta).

If you have time enough to push this thing as far as being a real debugger tool for player to use and help you guys doing great work, may I suggest three little additions ?
- A button to launch the logserver
- A link to the EVE-wiki page explaining wtf is that logserver and why we should run it on every mass test
- A button to send logs to CCP (that one would be tricky, but totally awesome).

Of course, this is much a fantasy than a real plan, but who knows. We're finally getting Incarna one day or another, why not dream about a complete debugging platform for player ?

Anyway, good work CCP'ers, keep it coming.


Very good pointers on the logserver and reporting, so you have my thanks even though you didn't like my awesome UI Neutral

Blue Harrier
Gallente
Posted - 2010.09.22 14:10:00 - [131]
 

@CCP Mandrake,

OK tried your suggestion and it sort of worked;
Firstly deleting the folder from my D: drive (D:\EvE-onsis) and then running the program it *remembered* the folder I made in my message above. However undaunted I accepted the folder as displayed and let the program proceed.

This allowed me to browse to my TQ folder and I browsed to D:\Eve-online, this resulted in the same error as above.

Re-running the program yet again and browsing to D:\Eve-online\EVE eventually resulted in the correct ‘copy, repair, update’ etc as it should \o/.

Conclusion;
Works as advertised but requires more work on the ‘User Interface’.

Eagle Tarquinas
Gallente
Reliables Inc
Majesta Empire
Posted - 2010.09.22 19:41:00 - [132]
 

Edited by: Eagle Tarquinas on 22/09/2010 19:43:15
Originally by: CCP Mandrake
Originally by: Eagle Tarquinas
start time: 20100921 23:34:00
python version: 2.7 (r27:82525, Jul 4 2010, 09:01:59) [MSC v.1500 32 bit (Intel)]
Error:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "repairPanel.pyc", line 179, in Start
File "repair.pyc", line 244, in RunTask
File "repair.pyc", line 143, in TaskRestoreFolder
File "repair.pyc", line 112, in GetDxFileSums
File "checksum.pyc", line 136, in FastChecksumFile
File "shelve.pyc", line 122, in __getitem__
EOFError


Have been getting this error for days now, dont know what to do.


That's another bug that needs fixing.

For a temporary solution you will have to delete three files on your computer, those are called CCP_checksum_cache.bak, .dir and .dat and they are located in your temp directory.

You can browse to your temp directory by simply typing %temp% into the address bar of an explorer window or hold down the windows button on your keyboard, press R and type in %temp% and press OK.

so to be clear, the files you need to delete are:
%temp%\CCP_checksum_cache.bak
%temp%\CCP_checksum_cache.dir
%temp%\CCP_checksum_cache.dat


This worked exactly as stated for me, thanks for the help. Perhaps i had differing results than the person above because i used the default path?

P.S. If you dont mind me asking, what causes this bug... feel free to get technical if you must, but if your able to present it more simply that'd be nice.

CCP Mandrake

Posted - 2010.09.23 16:22:00 - [133]
 

Edited by: CCP Mandrake on 23/09/2010 16:26:03
New version, 1.08

  • Hopefully fixed the copy issue Irumani was having.

  • The EOFError that has been popping up should no longer be an issue

  • Only one SisiLauncher.exe can be run at a time

  • Update self mechanism improvements



Next time you run the SisiLauncher it should update itself, if that doesn't work out then you can get the new version from here.

Originally by: Eagle Tarquinas
P.S. If you dont mind me asking, what causes this bug... feel free to get technical if you must, but if your able to present it more simply that'd be nice.


The reason for the EOFError was that one of the checksum cache files somehow got corrupt. Among a multitude of other things, this might have been caused by other apps like the repair tool or another SisiLauncher being run at the same time. This should not be a problem anymore since only one instance of the sisi launcher can be running at any given time, also i change the the name of the checksum cache files the SisiLauncher uses so if the repair tool is run seperately it will not tamper with the SisiLauncher cache :)

edit: Oh, i almost forgot, if this error pops up anyway, then the checksum cache files will be emptied instead of that error being thrown. So in effect, this bug has been thoroughly squashed.

DrJulo
Posted - 2010.09.23 19:24:00 - [134]
 

Quote:

start time: 20100923 21:19:16
python version: 2.7 (r27:82525, Jul 4 2010, 09:01:59) [MSC v.1500 32 bit (Intel)]
Build folder Info:
__name__: main
version: 6.40
build: 181725
codename: EVE-EVE-DEV
region: ccp
cryptopack: CryptoAPI
sync: 181725
branch: //depot/games/EVE-DEV/eve
appname: EVE
usescriptindexfiles: 1
role: client
aid: 0
server: 87.237.32.22
port: 26000
edition: premium
patch url: http://content.eveonline.com/test/PatchData_181725.dat
Checksumming client: 0.0%, 0.0 bytes/5.78 GB, 0.0 bytes/s, 00m00s
Downloading index: 0.0%, 0.0 bytes/26.02 KB, 0.0 bytes/s, 00m00s
Downloading index: 100.0%, 26.02 KB/26.02 KB, 5.2 KB/s, 00m00s
Downloading Patch Data: 0.0%, 0.0 bytes/171.0 bytes, 0.0 bytes/s, 00m00s
Downloading Patch Data: 100.0%, 171.0 bytes/171.0 bytes, 34.2 bytes/s, 00m00s
Patching known files: 0.0%, 0.0 bytes/78.0 bytes, 0.0 bytes/s, 00m00s
Patching "start.ini"
Patching known files: 100.0%, 78.0 bytes/78.0 bytes, 15.6 bytes/s, 00m00s
repair url: http://content.eveonline.com/test/RepairData_181725.dat
client directory: D:\Eve Online - Singularity
Downloading index: 0.0%, 0.0 bytes/378.06 KB, 0.0 bytes/s, 00m00s
Downloading index: 100.0%, 378.06 KB/378.06 KB, 54.27 KB/s, 00m02s
Checksumming client: 0.0%, 0.0 bytes/5.78 GB, 0.0 bytes/s, 00m00s
Error:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "repairPanel.pyc", line 179, in Start
File "repair.pyc", line 244, in RunTask
File "repair.pyc", line 165, in TaskRestoreFolder
File "zsync\zsync.pyc", line 150, in RestoreFolder
File "zsync\zsync.pyc", line 279, in GetDownloadRangeSet
File "zsync\zsync.pyc", line 240, in GetFileRestorers
File "progress.pyc", line 40, in __init__
ZeroDivisionError: float division by zero



Even with the last version, I still have an error each time I launch the tool. I will delete my entire folder to clean everything.

eatlemonfool
Posted - 2010.09.23 20:01:00 - [135]
 

Originally by: DrJulo
Quote:

start time: 20100923 21:19:16
python version: 2.7 (r27:82525, Jul 4 2010, 09:01:59) [MSC v.1500 32 bit (Intel)]
Build folder Info:
__name__: main
version: 6.40
build: 181725
codename: EVE-EVE-DEV
region: ccp
cryptopack: CryptoAPI
sync: 181725
branch: //depot/games/EVE-DEV/eve
appname: EVE
usescriptindexfiles: 1
role: client
aid: 0
server: 87.237.32.22
port: 26000
edition: premium
patch url: http://content.eveonline.com/test/PatchData_181725.dat
Checksumming client: 0.0%, 0.0 bytes/5.78 GB, 0.0 bytes/s, 00m00s
Downloading index: 0.0%, 0.0 bytes/26.02 KB, 0.0 bytes/s, 00m00s
Downloading index: 100.0%, 26.02 KB/26.02 KB, 5.2 KB/s, 00m00s
Downloading Patch Data: 0.0%, 0.0 bytes/171.0 bytes, 0.0 bytes/s, 00m00s
Downloading Patch Data: 100.0%, 171.0 bytes/171.0 bytes, 34.2 bytes/s, 00m00s
Patching known files: 0.0%, 0.0 bytes/78.0 bytes, 0.0 bytes/s, 00m00s
Patching "start.ini"
Patching known files: 100.0%, 78.0 bytes/78.0 bytes, 15.6 bytes/s, 00m00s
repair url: http://content.eveonline.com/test/RepairData_181725.dat
client directory: D:\Eve Online - Singularity
Downloading index: 0.0%, 0.0 bytes/378.06 KB, 0.0 bytes/s, 00m00s
Downloading index: 100.0%, 378.06 KB/378.06 KB, 54.27 KB/s, 00m02s
Checksumming client: 0.0%, 0.0 bytes/5.78 GB, 0.0 bytes/s, 00m00s
Error:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "repairPanel.pyc", line 179, in Start
File "repair.pyc", line 244, in RunTask
File "repair.pyc", line 165, in TaskRestoreFolder
File "zsync\zsync.pyc", line 150, in RestoreFolder
File "zsync\zsync.pyc", line 279, in GetDownloadRangeSet
File "zsync\zsync.pyc", line 240, in GetFileRestorers
File "progress.pyc", line 40, in __init__
ZeroDivisionError: float division by zero



Even with the last version, I still have an error each time I launch the tool. I will delete my entire folder to clean everything.


I'm getting the same problem... windows 7 64bit help or advise would be appreciated.

snipereagle1
Posted - 2010.09.23 20:38:00 - [136]
 

Two's a crowd, 3's a party.


Quote:
start time: 20100923 14:37:10
python version: 2.7 (r27:82525, Jul 4 2010, 09:01:59) [MSC v.1500 32 bit (Intel)]
Build folder Info:
__name__: main
version: 6.40
build: 181725
codename: EVE-EVE-DEV
region: ccp
cryptopack: CryptoAPI
sync: 181725
branch: //depot/games/EVE-DEV/eve
appname: EVE
usescriptindexfiles: 1
role: client
aid: 0
server: 87.237.32.22
port: 26000
edition: premium
patch url: http://content.eveonline.com/test/PatchData_181725.dat
Checksumming client: 0.0%, 0.0 bytes/5.78 GB, 0.0 bytes/s, 00m00s
Downloading index: 0.0%, 0.0 bytes/26.02 KB, 0.0 bytes/s, 00m00s
Downloading index: 100.0%, 26.02 KB/26.02 KB, 5.2 KB/s, 00m00s
Downloading Patch Data: 0.0%, 0.0 bytes/171.0 bytes, 0.0 bytes/s, 00m00s
Downloading Patch Data: 100.0%, 171.0 bytes/171.0 bytes, 34.2 bytes/s, 00m00s
Patching known files: 0.0%, 0.0 bytes/78.0 bytes, 0.0 bytes/s, 00m00s
Patching "start.ini"
Patching known files: 100.0%, 78.0 bytes/78.0 bytes, 15.6 bytes/s, 00m00s
repair url: http://content.eveonline.com/test/RepairData_181725.dat
client directory: C:\Program Files (x86)\CCP\Singularity
Downloading index: 0.0%, 0.0 bytes/378.06 KB, 0.0 bytes/s, 00m00s
Downloading index: 100.0%, 378.06 KB/378.06 KB, 55.78 KB/s, 00m03s
Checksumming client: 0.0%, 0.0 bytes/5.78 GB, 0.0 bytes/s, 00m00s
Error:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "repairPanel.pyc", line 179, in Start
File "repair.pyc", line 244, in RunTask
File "repair.pyc", line 165, in TaskRestoreFolder
File "zsync\zsync.pyc", line 150, in RestoreFolder
File "zsync\zsync.pyc", line 279, in GetDownloadRangeSet
File "zsync\zsync.pyc", line 240, in GetFileRestorers
File "progress.pyc", line 40, in __init__
ZeroDivisionError: float division by zero


I'm on Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit


Graster
Posted - 2010.09.23 21:28:00 - [137]
 

make that 4. same as above. win7 64bit.

Lady Mirth
Minmatar
Dalek Tactical Industries
Posted - 2010.09.23 21:38:00 - [138]
 

add mine to win7 64bit installer issues

failure in both patch and full installer attempts

Yvetta Fleur
Gallente
Galactic Express
The Spire Collective
Posted - 2010.09.24 03:24:00 - [139]
 

Ditto - Win7 Home Premium 64-bit:

start time: 20100923 23:13:19
python version: 2.7 (r27:82525, Jul 4 2010, 09:01:59) [MSC v.1500 32 bit (Intel)]
Build folder Info:
__name__: main
version: 6.30
build: 177290
codename: EVE-EVE-RELEASE
region: ccp
cryptopack: CryptoAPI
sync: 177290
branch: //depot/games/EVE-RELEASE/eve
appname: EVE
usescriptindexfiles: 1
role: client
aid: 0
server: Tranquility
port: 26000
edition: premium
patch url: http://content.eveonline.com/test/PatchData_181725.dat
Checksumming client: 0.0%, 0.0 bytes/5.75 GB, 0.0 bytes/s, 00m00s
Downloading index: 0.0%, 0.0 bytes/26.02 KB, 0.0 bytes/s, 00m00s
Downloading index: 100.0%, 26.02 KB/26.02 KB, 5.2 KB/s, 00m00s
Downloading Patch Data: 0.0%, 0.0 bytes/21.81 MB, 0.0 bytes/s, 00m00s
Downloading Patch Data: 100.0%, 21.81 MB/21.81 MB, 1.58 MB/s, 00m10s
Patching known files: 0.0%, 0.0 bytes/5.3 GB, 0.0 bytes/s, 00m00s
Patching "eve.exe"
Patching "LogServer.exe"
...
Patching "script\compiled.code"
Patching known files: 100.0%, 5.3 GB/5.3 GB, 14.57 MB/s, 02m42s
repair url: http://content.eveonline.com/test/RepairData_181725.dat
client directory: M:\SiSi
Downloading index: 0.0%, 0.0 bytes/378.06 KB, 0.0 bytes/s, 00m00s
Downloading index: 100.0%, 378.06 KB/378.06 KB, 75.61 KB/s, 00m00s
Checksumming client: 0.0%, 0.0 bytes/5.78 GB, 0.0 bytes/s, 00m00s
Error:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "repairPanel.pyc", line 179, in Start
File "repair.pyc", line 244, in RunTask
File "repair.pyc", line 165, in TaskRestoreFolder
File "zsync\zsync.pyc", line 150, in RestoreFolder
File "zsync\zsync.pyc", line 279, in GetDownloadRangeSet
File "zsync\zsync.pyc", line 240, in GetFileRestorers
File "progress.pyc", line 40, in __init__
ZeroDivisionError: float division by zero

Cedric deBouilard
Gallente
PonyWaffe
Test Alliance Please Ignore
Posted - 2010.09.24 07:43:00 - [140]
 

i found the reason why i'm getting the following error

Originally by: Cedric deBouilard
Edited by: Cedric deBouilard on 13/09/2010 16:29:36
i'm getting the following error when i start the program. can anyone help me with that?

system: windows 7 ultimate 64 bit - (english default)
-----------------------------------------------------
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "SisiLauncher.py", line 370, in main
File "wx\_core.pyc", line 7978, in __init__
File "wx\_core.pyc", line 7552, in _BootstrapApp
File "SisiLauncher.py", line 337, in OnInit
File "SisiLauncher.py", line 282, in __init__
File "SisiLauncher.py", line 60, in __init__
File "SisiLauncher.py", line 130, in UpdateTheButton
File "utils.pyc", line 200, in IsValidFolder
UnicodeDecodeError: 'ascii' codec can't decode byte 0xe7 in position 22: ordinal not in range(128)
-----------------------------------------------------


it seems my windows username contains non-ascii characters such as "ç", and despite placing the tool on the root of my drive c:\, the unusual character on my username was responsible for the error.

I created a new user named "normal ascii chars" and the sisi launcher seems to be working flawlessly now.

CCP Mandrake

Posted - 2010.09.24 10:52:00 - [141]
 

Just released an update to the SisiLauncher that hopefully resolves both the ZeroDivisionError and UnicodeDecodeError

Keti Loovic
Posted - 2010.09.24 15:17:00 - [142]
 

Nice piece of kit! If you guys are going to carry on with this tool (which seems to work great now) can you a post a sticky with the links to get the tool higher up the forum?

I think more than a few people (including me) have had issues getting on using the "normal" patching method and the tool worked. Knowing where to find it would be invaluable.

CCP Mandrake

Posted - 2010.09.24 15:49:00 - [143]
 

I will look into getting a link to the SisiLauncher on this page after the weekend. It should increase it's visibility to newcomers.

PurplePeopleEater3
Posted - 2010.09.25 00:05:00 - [144]
 

loveing the tool now that its working again Very Happy but does it really need to check ALL the files every time? process is much longer then just doing the normal update on sisi Sad

Zagdul
Gallente
Clan Shadow Wolf
Fatal Ascension
Posted - 2010.09.25 10:38:00 - [145]
 

Edited by: Zagdul on 25/09/2010 10:59:22




Hey this thing is pretty sweet.

Some ideas to make it stupid proof.

Since most of us are on Windows, we're used to wizards. So.


1. "Welcome to SISI Launcher.. copyright blah...etc.."

[NEXT]

(checks latest version...[OK] updates... proceeds )


2. Please select the option below that suites you best:
a) New install of SISI
b) Existing SISI user.

[NEXT]


3a. Select the directory of EVE Online.

(this will not modify etc..)

[BACK] [NEXT *to 3b*]



3b. Select the directory where SISI is/will be installed

[BACK][NEXT]



4. Copying/Verifying Files

[BACK][NEXT]




5. Downloading necessary files.

[NEXT]



6. Finished!

[] cretate deskop shortcut to SISI?
[] delete cached files etc..
[] install bladdy blah toolbar JUST KIDDING GOD DON'T!

[OK]



A PERSONAL REQUEST:

PLEASE!!! Include multiple colored / designed icon files in the eve.exe file!!!

Please visit your user settings to re-enable images.

Czert ElPrezidente
Caldari
Posted - 2010.09.27 13:58:00 - [146]
 

Jup, having different colored icons for normal/test server instalations will help. No longer running test server if want normal and vice versa.

Hirana Yoshida
Behavioral Affront
Posted - 2010.09.28 20:04:00 - [147]
 

Wowser, very nice service tool.

Just one request, give me the ability to throttle it, with clear pipes my connection maxes out preventing all other uses until it finishes :D

Tonto Auri
Vhero' Multipurpose Corp
Posted - 2010.09.29 14:33:00 - [148]
 

Thing unable to update itself.
It launches, telling that there's update, downloading it but failing to rename, thus restarting itself, and falling into infinite loop.
Same applies to live repair tool.

Kryz Terriq
Posted - 2010.09.29 19:33:00 - [149]
 

Edited by: Kryz Terriq on 29/09/2010 19:44:23
Edited by: Kryz Terriq on 29/09/2010 19:39:21
Edited by: Kryz Terriq on 29/09/2010 19:37:54
found out about this tool just today - should look into the forums more often. it seemed a great way to make going to sisi much easier - but it failed in that way (the software works fine though)

here is my feedback and what i did:

i had made a fresh copy of the actual tq eve client (build 177290) about 2 days ago, started it and downloaded and applied the patch via the eve client (not using sisilauncher, doing it the traditional way). it worked by then (meaning i could connect), build was 181725. today it stated incompatible release, but did not offer a patch download (as so often in the past).

i checked with http://games.chruker.dk/eve_online/server_status.php like i do always. both patches i would need to go from 181725 to 184282 and than to the current 185489 had broken links. than i tried to find out what the branch EVE-DEMO could mean, and found out about sisilauncher in the forum. tried it on the copy i already had, it just started it, same as before incompatible release, no patch download offered.

then tried "fix singularity client", but while checking checksums all went through, it did not update anything (while the window states that it is updating the client ^^) - well the copy was sane before, no need to repair anyway. since there was no extra "update client" option i had assumed "fix singularity client" will do maybe both, check files and update.

So go on, created a new directory, selected it for sisilauncher and started, sisilauncher copied from tq client, and after that an update was going on, but from what i saw it is just the 181725 again (Downloading data from "http://content.eveonline.com/test/RepairData_181725.dat"). and yes, it was build 181725 again when i started the client. so i guess, most likely sislauncher does not know better and believes 181725 is current, because that is was the update-server keeps telling him.

so i finally end up with downloading the patch from 177290 to 185489 from http://content.eveonline.com/test/evepremiumpatch177290-185489_test_m.exe .

but first, just to check out, i made again a fresh copy of the tq client, started it, and it offered me a patch. accepted, started, and the window states it was the patch to 181725 (again), while current sisi is 185489.

so, i blame the update-server, abort the process and prep to do it all manually.

i still have a fresh copy from tq, so patching now goes on with the patchfile to 185489 downloaded earlier. update done, starting the client after patch, and - i knew already from the server-status website mentioned earlier - its not accepting connections. maybe it is never meant to do that, and maybe i have to do all the stuff from scratch again with the next patch to sisi.
i just dont know because it is hard to find any info, ie.patch notes page does not show sisi-builds and i did not find any good resources yet, including this forum. getting the connection info for sisi is easy, but from that you do not know if it will accept connections a bit later. and "This is the Singularity test cluster. Please help us out and report bugs you find at http://bugs.eveonline.com" does not help with that either.

maybe you could add a function to sisilauncher that shows details about the different builds like the patch notes page does but including dev builds and add info in the patch notes that give details about if this is a "public playable" release or not.
or even better, show it in the eve-client via the server-message or whatever, like additionally an "internal testing only, no public testing until <date-time>". would be a great help.
just in a way that people know without additional tools or work, its not worth the effort to update yet. sisilauncher and eve-client may have been correct in patching not to current and i should never had downloaded that patch manually - i have no clue.

thanks for your tim

Herzog Wolfhammer
Gallente
Sigma Special Tactics Group
Posted - 2010.09.30 06:04:00 - [150]
 

I tried it, still the same problem. Says:

"Incompatible (Release)"


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