The Madrassa has as free start era Modern while for regular Libraries it's Renaissance. Now I know this is completely inconsequential because it has no actual effect on gameplay, and I could have just changed this myself and made a pull request, but I'm apparently too stupid for Git*. Also apparently most XML tags in BuildingInfos.xml are now optional and have been removed when they contain the default value, which means merging Dawn of Knoedel with the latest version of DoC is now no longer a simple sequence of "Alt+Down, if I want that change Alt+Right then Alt+Down otherwise just Alt+Down" but instead "Oh for crying out loud, what exactly did I change about this building again? There's this huge gigantic block of tags shown as difference, do I have to look through all that to see if I actually made a change somewhere? Urgh, let me consult my Changelog text file and then copy and paste what I want." So I figured the least I could do is waste a minute or two of your time as well, considering how much more time I now have to spend merging. Also dear lord please tell me the same thing didn't happen to Unitinfos.xml as well or I'll be merging all day long. *I did try changing one file (the 3000BC scenario to add a forest in the Netherlands) after jumping through the usual "delete my fork and make a new one because I'm too stupid to find out how else I'm supposed to keep my fork up to date", but somehow the site always froze when I actually tried to edit it, so I gave up on that. Edit: It seems all unique versions of the Library have the same problem as the Madrassa. Also sweet Marx you did the same thing with Unitinfos. And the stupid sun is blinding me. That's it, I'll go out for a walk! All you seem to be doing with every new update is making my life harder! When have you ever done anything for me? Apart from introducing me to Winmerge. And telling me that my old approach of just copying and pasting files is bad. And answering various modding related questions. And developing this mod in the first place. ... But what have you done for me recently?