I just noticed something…
Lua: error loading module ‘addonissimo’ from file ‘h:\steam\steamapps\mannehoe\garrysmod\garrysmod\l ua\includes\modules\gm_addonissimo.dll’:
The lua folder it is looking for has a space between the l an the ua, is that what could be causing this?
No, it’s because it’s missing something only people with Visual C++ have.
Awesome, now i don’t need to delete addons which i don’t need in singleplayer/multiplayer.
I have both VC++ 2005 and VC++ 2008 SP1 and it doesn’t work anyway.
You should try this, as the module was built with VC++ 2010.
Why do some people insist on putting everything in SVN? It’s useless unless the addon is updated often, which I doubt this is.
If you’re getting the missing module error, try this.
The source is the same but I changed some compiler settings to remove a few dependencies.
If it still doesn’t work then I have a few more things to try.
Thanks for the link. I didn’t know they released new one, but it still doesn’t work. I downloaded x64 version as well just in case.
Fucking finally. I can have a clean development listen server, yet use a ton of model packs going into multiplayer.
Anyone who had the "The specified module could not be found." error should download v1.1, as it should fix that problem.
It’s working for me now, and I must say, this is the best thing ever. cuts my load times down by a lot.
Glad to hear it
Didn’t work on mine:
Lua: error loading module 'addonissimo' from file 'c:\program files\steam\steamapps icatrontg\garrysmod\garrysmod\lua\includes\modules\gm_addonissimo.dll': The specified module could not be found.
This is with v 1.1 and the one Chrisaster compiled - nothing.
Downloading now! I’ve always wanted an addon manager like this. It’s about time it got made.
Download that and put it into your system32 folder.
However, I tried all fixes in the entire thread and it still doesn’t work. I get the same error about the missing module.
That’s the only thing I have left to tell you.
Worked, thanks. Great addon! Every coder should get it, so that they can join their dedicated testing server (or listen server) in under 5 seconds.
A suggestion for an update: Profiles. So that you can have a “developer” profile that disables all addons except the ones you are developing, and a “gaming” profile that enables all addons again. Saves you from having to double click every single addon each time.
Another tip: Right click to bring up a menu to select “icon” instead of double clicking constantly.
MOAR TIPS: Make Gmod not load the invisible .svn folders.