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Rixasha: Yes. This being the case, should some alternate logic be considered for directory naming?
How would it reliably know when and when not to apply said logic?
I don't know if this applies to more games, but lgogdownloader doesn't seem to see the Supreme League of Patriots games for OS X or Linux, only Windows.
Post edited January 31, 2015 by Maighstir
Currently not working on Arch since boost upgraded to 1.57 recently, lgog expects 1.55.
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TheJoe: Currently not working on Arch since boost upgraded to 1.57 recently, lgog expects 1.55.
It doesn't build with 1.57?
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shmerl: It doesn't build with 1.57?
It does build, which is weird. I've built it with 1.57 installed and it still expects 1.55...
I did some stuff wrong. It's working now, sort of... I'm getting a segfault on download...
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Maighstir: I don't know if this applies to more games, but lgogdownloader doesn't seem to see the Supreme League of Patriots games for OS X or Linux, only Windows.
It did download all three episodes fine for me, including all three platforms. Did you set 'platform' to '7' to select all three of them?
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Maighstir: I don't know if this applies to more games, but lgogdownloader doesn't seem to see the Supreme League of Patriots games for OS X or Linux, only Windows.
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Loenas: It did download all three episodes fine for me, including all three platforms. Did you set 'platform' to '7' to select all three of them?
Hmm, interesting. Using --list --platform 5 obviously lists it (since it has a Windows version) and --download --platform 5 --game supreme_league_of_legends_episode_3 downloads both the Windows and Linux versions, but --list --platform 4 doesn't list that game (though other Linux games are listed, some others are likely missing too though I don't know which at the moment) and --download --platform 4 --game supreme_league_of_legends_episode_3 gets me absolutely nothing (neither does --platform 2 or --platform 6).

EDIT: Then again, I don't see it on my shelf either when searching for linux, ubuntu, or mint. I'm fairly certain I did earlier, but my memory is faulty and shouldn't be trusted. So it seems the season pass is marked as compatible with OS X and Linux, but each individual episode isn't marked as such (despite obviously having OS X and Linux files).
Post edited February 08, 2015 by Maighstir