*Mods, please take care to not do anything to change the id of this thread (494248) by merging it into another or whatever; you'd break the PFM's autoupdate which relies on this.
This Thread is obsolete; the new version 3.x supports Rome 2 but also still Shogun 2.
Please use that one and direct all support queries to the thread in the Rome II workshop.
Update 20.10.12: Pack File Manager 2.4.1
- Fixes the destination folder dialog popping up for every file when no MyMod set
Here are some Tutorial threads for some of the features:
The old schema.xml file is obsolete. Also, all new schema definitions will not be usable by old versions.
Please update your PFM if you're interested in receiving further table definitions update.
I rehosted download location to Sourceforge to save TWC the bandwidth, and we can upload it together with the installer in one place.
There is a new autoupdate feature which will automatically update your PFM after it found a new version.
It will only kick starting next version of course; it worked fine for the test runs I did, if there is any trouble, let me know.
Feel free to post bugs and request features. I'm pretty sure I can include any function you can think of (especially concerning the DB tables).
If anyone provides me with structures for new file types, I'll be happy to integrate them.
A list of possible features that could be implemented are available here.
Version 2.4, Update 16.10.12
Version 2.3.4, Update 13.10.12
Version 2.3.3, Update 07.10.12
Version 2.3.2, Update 19.09.12
Version 2.3.1, Update 07.09.12
Version 2.3, Update 03.09.12
Version 2.2, Update 12.08.12
Note: If you only want to change the type of your pack file:
I added a little tool so you can change it after saving.
You'll have to call it from the command line, like this:
Valid <packtype>s are (b)oot, (r)elease, (p)atch, (m)od, mo(v)ie.Code:setPackType.exe <packtype> [packfiles]
Make sure the files in the parameter list are packfiles; you'll probably break other files.
Again, you don't need to manually download the attachments here, the PFM has an automatic update feature to download and install them.