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On 15/08/2012 at 17:19, xxxxxxxx wrote:
I'd really would like to get to the bottom of this.
When updating a plugin with new .h, .res and .str files,
loading the plugin fails as enumerics are not in the
symbolcache file in Cinemas preferences.
For my own case, I would only trash the symbolcache file
before starting Cinema.
I've also used a .py file in the plugins folder that simply
deletes the symbolcache file, but then there is never a symbolcache
file present as it is always trashed.
However, for distributed plugins those are not options, demanding
the users to do the trashing, especially for a NET setup.
So, how are you guys doing this?
The only trace that I've found in the Py SDK is "disklevel".
But it looks as if that is only for Tag- and Object plugins.
I really can't see how I would implement it or even if that
would solve the re-write of the symbolcache file.
Please let me know how to handle this, I have a bunch of updates
I'd like to send out but can't.