Difference between revisions of "Documentation/Tools/SCS Workshop Uploader/Difference between Workshop mod and the Standard mod"

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#Workshop mods have more complex layout - versions.sii etc.
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#Workshop mods have more complex layout - [[Documentation/Tools/SCS_Workshop_Uploader/versions.sii|versions.sii]] etc.
#In normal mods you specify `compatible_versions` in manifest.sii file however for steam workshop mods you specify `compatible_versions` array in versions.sii file.
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#In normal mods you specify `compatible_versions` in [[Documentation/Engine/Mod_manager#Using_the_manifest|manifest.sii]] file however for steam workshop mods you specify `compatible_versions` array in versions.sii file.
 
#When you are creating standard mod you need to take care about it's distribution and your mod users needs to take care of downloading up-to-date version Steam Workshop mods are automatically downloaded when you send new version to workshop for each mod subscriber.
 
#When you are creating standard mod you need to take care about it's distribution and your mod users needs to take care of downloading up-to-date version Steam Workshop mods are automatically downloaded when you send new version to workshop for each mod subscriber.

Latest revision as of 21:55, 15 September 2016

  1. Workshop mods have more complex layout - versions.sii etc.
  2. In normal mods you specify `compatible_versions` in manifest.sii file however for steam workshop mods you specify `compatible_versions` array in versions.sii file.
  3. When you are creating standard mod you need to take care about it's distribution and your mod users needs to take care of downloading up-to-date version Steam Workshop mods are automatically downloaded when you send new version to workshop for each mod subscriber.