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Orions_Stardom

Member Since 03 Jul 2004
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In Topic: MIT giving an ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException

23 May 2008 - 05:16 PM

I could put the .jar together and share it, if the original developer has no objections.

No objections here; share away! MIT is under the GNU GPL (v2 or later); meaning, basically, that you can share it freely, as long as you include the source, and let others also share it freely under the same license. The license text should be included in the jar under the name COPYING if you're interested in the details.

In Topic: MIT giving an ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException

27 September 2007 - 01:55 PM

Things I notice:
1. I forgot to put a couple of things into the CloningData, which could have caused problems.
2. Your unpatched SOA is identical to the normal patched SOA. This'll be why the 5.0.x version worked; I'm not sure why 5.1.11 didn't.
3. I should have noticed this sooner, because Java *should* have failed to compile this.

Try this new build ; if it works, I'll get it Officially released as 5.1.13.

In Topic: MIT giving an ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException

19 September 2007 - 03:34 PM

You think you're lazy? I'm a month and a half late. :-)
Anyway, I've put out 5.1.12 now, which should work properly.

In Topic: MIT giving an ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException

24 July 2007 - 10:46 PM

Ok, I have a feeling The Collection must have different versions of the game executables than what MIT supports at the moment. Do you know your way around a hex editor? If not, can you email me bgmain.exe from all the games you're having trouble with? If you do, I need the following, for all games:
- The full size of the executable, in bytes
- The offset of the string 'HD0:\\Music' (Or, possibly ".\\Music")
- The offset of the string 'HD0:\\dialog.tlk' (or, possibly, ".\\dialog.tlk")
- The offset of the string 'HD0:\\dialogf.tlk' (or, possibly, ".\\dialogf.tlk")

In Topic: MIT giving an ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException

19 July 2007 - 05:31 PM

You mentioned EasyTutu upthread - is this the game that's failing, or is there also a virgin BG2 install?
MIT doesn't support Tutu at this point, simply because neither andrewas nor I has the time or resources to figure it out.