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== Source SDK Update 06/23/2010 ==
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== Source SDK Update 10/19/2011 ==
  
 
== SDK Launcher ==
 
== SDK Launcher ==
'Half-Life 2', 'Episode 1', 'Episode 2', and 'Counter-Strike: Source' now default to the 'Source Engine 2009' engine configuration.
 
  
Users developing content for these games should manually add configurations for these games in the context of the 'Source Engine 2009' engine or can simply use the 'Reset Game Configurations' utility.
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This update addresses all known issues introduced over the past week including:
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* Crash when opening the VGUI model browser in Hammer
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* Hammer lockups
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* Black textures in Hammer, HLMV, and Faceposer
  
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Added a new Engine Version called ‘Source Engine MP’ which is the proper one to select if working with Team Fortress 2, Counter-Strike:Source, or Day of Defeat: Source. Users should select ‘Reset Game Configurations’ in the SDK Launcher so that these games become properly associated with the new engine version.
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Tools binaries for Portal, Half-Life 2 and its episodes are now located in a directory called ‘sourcesdk/bin/source2009/bin’. Users may need to update shortcuts they’ve created for vtex.exe, studiomdl.exe, etc. in order to ensure they are using the proper versions of these tools. The binaries used for modifying Team Fortress 2, Counter-Strike:Source, or Day of Defeat: Source remain in the ‘sourcesdk/bin/orangebox/bin’.
  
 
== Known issues ==
 
== Known issues ==

Revision as of 01:38, 20 October 2011

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Source SDK Update 10/19/2011

SDK Launcher

This update addresses all known issues introduced over the past week including:

  • Crash when opening the VGUI model browser in Hammer
  • Hammer lockups
  • Black textures in Hammer, HLMV, and Faceposer

Added a new Engine Version called ‘Source Engine MP’ which is the proper one to select if working with Team Fortress 2, Counter-Strike:Source, or Day of Defeat: Source. Users should select ‘Reset Game Configurations’ in the SDK Launcher so that these games become properly associated with the new engine version.

Tools binaries for Portal, Half-Life 2 and its episodes are now located in a directory called ‘sourcesdk/bin/source2009/bin’. Users may need to update shortcuts they’ve created for vtex.exe, studiomdl.exe, etc. in order to ensure they are using the proper versions of these tools. The binaries used for modifying Team Fortress 2, Counter-Strike:Source, or Day of Defeat: Source remain in the ‘sourcesdk/bin/orangebox/bin’.

Known issues

Previous releases