unable to install resource pack #37

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opened 3 months ago by mashuptwice · 4 comments

Installed from AUR. Tried to use resource loading separately, as described on the releases page. See output below:

╰─$ itctl resource load ~/Downloads/pt/infinitime-resources-1.11.1.zip
No help topic for 'resource'
╰─$ itctl resources load ~/Downloads/pt/infinitime-resources-1.11.1.zip
No help topic for 'resources'
╰─$ itctl r ~/Downloads/pt/infinitime-resources-1.11.1.zip
No help topic for 'r'
╰─$ itctl fw r ~/Downloads/pt/infinitime-resources-1.11.1.zip
No help topic for 'r'

Installed from AUR. Tried to use resource loading separately, as described on the releases page. See output below: ``` ╰─$ itctl resource load ~/Downloads/pt/infinitime-resources-1.11.1.zip No help topic for 'resource' ╰─$ itctl resources load ~/Downloads/pt/infinitime-resources-1.11.1.zip No help topic for 'resources' ╰─$ itctl r ~/Downloads/pt/infinitime-resources-1.11.1.zip No help topic for 'r' ╰─$ itctl fw r ~/Downloads/pt/infinitime-resources-1.11.1.zip No help topic for 'r' ```
Owner

That is because the command is resources load, which can also be shortened to res load.

That is because the command is `resources load`, which can also be shortened to `res load`.
Poster

Please re-read the issue.

╰─$ itctl res load
No help topic for 'res'
╰─$ itctl resources load
No help topic for 'resources'
╰─$ itd --version
0.0.9
Please re-read the issue. ``` ╰─$ itctl res load No help topic for 'res' ╰─$ itctl resources load No help topic for 'resources' ╰─$ itd --version 0.0.9 ```
Owner

Ah, yeah, sorry. I am trying to work on 2 projects simultaneously and missed the rest of your message.

That is strange, I get the following:

> itctl help res load
NAME:
   itctl resources load - Load an InifiniTime resources package

USAGE:
   itctl resources load [command options] <path>

OPTIONS:
   --help, -h  show help (default: false)

> itd --version
0.0.9

What do you get if you run which itctl?

Ah, yeah, sorry. I am trying to work on 2 projects simultaneously and missed the rest of your message. That is strange, I get the following: ``` > itctl help res load NAME: itctl resources load - Load an InifiniTime resources package USAGE: itctl resources load [command options] <path> OPTIONS: --help, -h show help (default: false) > itd --version 0.0.9 ``` What do you get if you run `which itctl`?
Poster

Yeah, my bad, seems like I had an older compiled version of itctl, unmanaged by my package manager. Sorry for that, I don't know how I could've missed that.

I think it would be useful to also have a --version flag for itctl, for cases like that.

Yeah, my bad, seems like I had an older compiled version of itctl, unmanaged by my package manager. Sorry for that, I don't know how I could've missed that. I think it would be useful to also have a --version flag for itctl, for cases like that.
mashuptwice closed this issue 3 months ago
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