This program allows you to easy deploy your scripts for installation in other people's projects. This program simplifies the normal installation of scripts to a installation in few clicks of a mouse. It automatically installs RPG Maker XP/VX scripts without the need to open the project in the editor.How to Use
If you want to deploy your own scripts by using this program
you need to deo the following:
| The 'Script.rsi' file |
This is your script file. It's simply a text document containing
your script. You can open it easily in notepad and paste your
script data in there and you're done.
| The 'Setup.ini' file |
This file contains information about your script. Again
you can simply open it in notepad and change the values:
Script Name=<Your script name goes here>
Script Version=<Your script version goes here>
Script Author=<Author(s) of your script go here>
| The 'install' folder |
This is folder which contains additional files which will be copied
to the project's main folder location when installing your scripts.
It is a good idea if you are using dlls with your scripts to put them
here and they will be automatically copied to the project
folder's location during installation.
When deploying your script installation the following files and folders
must be also deployed:
- rbinst folder
'Install' folder is optional, which means if you need to deploy
additional files with your script then put them in the install folder,
otherwise just deploy the files above without that folder.
And that's pretty much it. Download
You can download the setup here: http://www.mediafire.com/?aa69686jk4xghs3
Here is the example of a RPG Maker VX Script Installer: http://www.mediafire.com/file/66lm2hx62 ... MVX%5D.rar
And here is the example of RPG Maker XP Script Installer: http://www.mediafire.com/file/dcs86dp7t ... MXP%5D.rarLicense & Copyright
Copyright (C) 2011. Made by Drago del Fato
This program is freeware. You are allowed to distribute in any
way you want except commercial. If you want to use this program
commercially you need to have a written permission from the
author. Send any inquiries to my PM.