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MMF Extension borrower
Author: Kris Submitted: 11th April, 2004 Favourites:0
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Edited By Kris on 4/14/2004

Edited By Kris on 4/11/2004

(Taken from my forum post)

This little (20kb) proggie will allow you to take extensions from mmf and tgf programs - Useful if there's an extension that you know you need but you just can't find (That used to always happen to me).

Oh, you can use it to borrow music too. In MIDI format

Comments/suggestions welcome... erm... Don't forget to keep the program open while you're picking out the extensions, or they'll get deleted.

Enjoy!

Disclaimer:
Use this at your own risk\peril\etc. I won't accept ANY liability for any consequences resulting in the use of this program.

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http://kris.acsv.net/borrower.zip (9.42kb )



Posted by AsparagusTrevor 11th April, 2004

Wow, nice idea.
 
Posted by gizmo 11th April, 2004

Nice idea, but what if its only the runtime version :P You'll end up with no actions/conditions or expressions. /me makes sure all his apps use runtime-only exts :ninja:
 
Posted by Kris 11th April, 2004

Ah, but I bet most apps don't use the runtime version, just a copy + paste of the IDE version ;)
 
Posted by MidnighT_RaveN 11th April, 2004

this is definately something I need! way to go kris.
 
Posted by Tigerworks 11th April, 2004

Any extension with an installer (most nowadays) will automatically also install the runtime version. Even zips usually provide the runtime version too (unless the extension writer was lazy :P). Unless the author of a game has copied and pasted their Programs\Extensions folder to Programs\Data\Runtime (bad idea, makes your EXE bigger), then all you will be able to get from it is, as gizmo said, a 'blank' object with no menus, icon, setup box etc.
 
Posted by NovaSoft{Dynecys} 11th April, 2004

Kris, what did you use to make this? V. Handy, been ripping some classic MIDIs from old klik games...
 
Posted by Crystal Clear (H.E.S) 11th April, 2004

Handy little app to see how some klik games where made, i would also like to know what did you make this in?
 
Posted by Josh Whelchel 11th April, 2004

Oh yse, I should tell you: Not all extensions you get from games will be able to run. This is because there are special RUNTIME versions of extensions. Anything made with Z33Z's kit won't work... and others. Most newer ones won't for that matter. Nice job though
 
Posted by Bo Fu 11th April, 2004

In the wrong hands, this'll just be another way for people to get away with ripping stuff. But despite this, I think this is a neat little program... I hate downloading somebody's example to find that you need some obscure extension...
 
Posted by Long John Kickbag 11th April, 2004

Tigerworks: In Visual C++ .NET the it won't compile as a runtime version.
 
Posted by Kris 12th April, 2004

Pure Basic. I prefer using C++ but PB is a lot easier and quicker for windows apps. The EXEs are tiny too...
 
Posted by Kris 12th April, 2004

www.purebasic.com
 
Posted by Simon Colmer 12th April, 2004

im not sure wot to rate this, its a gr app but can be dangerous!
 
Posted by Kramy 12th April, 2004

Very useful app! Just makes me glad PowerApp requires a password to function. :P (or this would be a dangerous app)
 
Posted by Decal 12th April, 2004

This is the best app ever.
 
Posted by Simon Colmer 12th April, 2004

it makes it so u can get things like Moogames and Browser3 which isnt even out! to dangerous!
 
Posted by NovaSoft{Dynecys} 12th April, 2004

Kris, any plans for a full blown MMF resource extractor? ;-)
 
Posted by Echisketch(PS) 12th April, 2004

lol, ohh yah, that'd be the day.
 
Posted by Kris 13th April, 2004

haha, nah, I doubt it
 
Posted by Kris 13th April, 2004

I have started on a program that gives information about extensions, though. Not sure if it would actually be useful to anyone
 
Posted by Silveraura 13th April, 2004

Does clickteam know bout that. That could let people who don't have MMF legally, get the bonus pack extentions without needed to know a serial code!
 
Posted by Silveraura 13th April, 2004

This also includes extentions you need to pay for like MOOGame. Anyway, very nice idea. I would have never thought of that, nor be able to make something like that.
 
Posted by Kris 14th April, 2004

ok, I added a little disclaimer
 
Posted by ChrisB 14th April, 2004

Brandon, MOOGame and the Bonus Pack extensions can't be read from an EXE, they use the special runtime-only extensions just for this. btw. .NET can compile runtime-only extensions. It's just a single definition.
 
Posted by Joshtek 27th April, 2004

Maybe someone could make a TGF version then...
 
Posted by Kris 2nd May, 2004

sorry, didnt realise...! hold on a sec, i can probably add it now
 
Posted by Kris 2nd May, 2004

Ok, done.
 
Posted by FloydTheBarber 18th March, 2006

How exactly do I use this? Is it basically stealing the extensions?
 
Posted by DELETED!_by account owner 17th April, 2006

Or... you could just get the files from the windows temp folder...
 

 



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