Weland: Seriously though

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Weland: Seriously though

Post Apr 17th '19, 13:51

I've downloaded Weland.

I've installed Mono from the link in the readme.

Now what?
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tatterdemalion

Post Apr 17th '19, 14:37

Weland is designed to work very similarly to Forge. So, a good place to start learning how to use it is the Forge manual from Marathon Infinity: http://archives2.bungie.org/manuals/Trilogy_Manual.pdf
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treellama
Pittsburgh

Post Apr 17th '19, 16:42

I know how to use Forge.

My question is "which of these should I be clicking on?"

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tatterdemalion

Post Apr 17th '19, 16:54

Me thinks you downloaded the source code. If you're looking for the executable, try here
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Flowers

Post Apr 17th '19, 17:10

That's what I was looking for, thank you.
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tatterdemalion

Post Apr 17th '19, 17:11

It’s an easy mistake to make, because Github has a really stupid design. It’s not at all intuitive to click on the “releases” link when the “Clone or Download” link is highlighted in green. I get that the website was coded with programmers in mind, but not everyone who downloads a Github project is a programmer. In fact, these days I suspect the majority are not.
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