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How To Release A Pack

Packs are topical collections of plugins/modules/effects. Here is how you create a pack for sharing it as a contribution.

 PACKNAME\core (for managed .dlls)
 PACKNAME\core\x86 (for native 32bit .dlls)
 PACKNAME\core\x64 (for native 64bit .dlls)
 PACKNAME\girlpower (for demo patches)
 PACKNAME\nodes\effects (or \dx11, geom11, texture11 for DX11 effects)

* The \nodes directory should include a nodelist.xml as explained here: nodelist (vvvv).

You can also set a version for your pack and create diffffs in case you want to change namings from one release to the next, see: Patch Conversions & Pack Versioning

And here is how to use a Pack.

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~2h ago

neuston: I've not received any activation email for Talque, after purchased tickets of NODE20 last week. Is it normal? just want to confirm.

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boplbopl: @tonfilm nice!

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systray27: @Udo2013> Wow that's beautiful!

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mediadog: @tonfilm Thanks! Need to kill a specific vvvv instance, so that enables "taskkill /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq (title)"

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tonfilm: @mediadog you can use the VVVV (VVVV) node for that

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mediadog: Wasn't there a commandline switch to set the window title instead of the random characters? Can't find it