Discussion in 'Rhye's and Fall - Dawn of Civilization' started by Leoreth, Dec 14, 2013.
That's really strange, that pull request is also a 404 for me. Have you blocked me accidentally?
Let me check
No I haven't.
How old is your user account? If it was just the pull request, it might be explained that we are interacting with different data centres and the information has not been duplicated yet. But if your account is older than a day it's hard to explain why I cannot even see your account. It's the same by the way when I am not logged in.
I have had my account for a few months, I don't know what's going on, but maybe I should make a new account
Maybe contact the site's support first?
I have already done so, I don't know when they will reply.
Okay. I'm curious what is going on here.
I could confirm though that your pull request exists in their backend. When I created another issue, it had ID #266, indicating that your PR #265 exists in some capacity even from my perspective.
It's like somehow my account is being blocked in some way.
How do i save a dll file as cpl? I dont have that option on my computer, my file options keep on trying to destroy the formatting.
Why do you want to do that?
I can see the PR of freethink now, so it seems that whatever the problem was, it is solved.
Me too. Still curious what happened, I didn't receive a notification about it.
Because if I save it as a text file the document is ruined.
I am using word pad to edit the files
It's good news that it's visible but I think the dll file in the pull request is corrupted
Not sure what you mean. The DLL is not a text file.
I know but when I edit and try to save a file, the mechanism will force me to save the edits as a text file
There is no reason to edit and save the DLL, especially with a text editor?
By DLL, do you mean the files that end in .h and .cpp in the CvGameCoreDLL folder, or CvGameCoreDLL.dll in the assets folder?
I mean the .cpp files in this case.
I think the problem is with the editor you using. It seems that wordpad is just not able to save file in a .cpp format. You can try using a different editor, like Notepad++.
Just a heads up in case you didn't know, edits to the .cpp files won't take effect until you compile them. If you're on Windows you can open the .sln file in Visual Studio and use the compile function said Visual Studio comes with.
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