I have a question about the name of the XRNX file to upload it in the tools section of www.renoise.com.
How do they detect the update tool that there is a new version of the tool that a user has uploaded to the server?
The name of the tool influences? For example, is it possible to put names like this?:
- First file: ulneiz.NameTool_v1.0.xrnx
- First update: ulneiz.NameTool_v1.1.xrnx
- Second update: ulneiz.NameTool_v1.2.xrnx
In other words, using these names will Renoise detect that an update exists?
The file manifest.xml is this:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <RenoiseScriptingTool doc_version="0"> <ApiVersion>5</ApiVersion> <AutoUpgraded>true</AutoUpgraded> <Name>NameTool</Name> <Id>ulneiz.NameTool_v1.0</Id> <Version>1.00</Version> <Author>ulneiz</Author> <Category>Pattern Editor, Phrase Editor</Category> <Description>The Description...</Description> </RenoiseScriptingTool>
Is this line in charge of detecting a new update?: <Version>1.00</Version>
Or is it necessary that the "Id" is always the same in all updates? <Id>ulneiz.NameTool_v1.0</Id>
How should I proceed exactly?
It's the first time I'm going to upload a tool to the www.renoise.com server, and I want future autoupdates to work properly ....
Edited by Raul (ulneiz), 09 May 2018 - 16:56.