Requires Microsoft .Net 4.0 Framework
Current Application Version
: 184.108.40.20613 (Download - 7z) (Download - Zip)
Latest Version of S3PIWrapper
: 220.127.116.11 (Download - 7z) (Download - Zip)
-- Just extract this into this apps folder (allow all files to be overwritten) [this, among other things, provides Expansion pack support for new EP(s)]
From within the application you can view the ChangeLog by clicking Help -> About, then click the changelog link.
Easy-Installer Version has been removed (download the non-installer)
Known Issues (all versions):
- Some times the user may get an 'Access Denied to Path' error or similar, when trying to directly read/write to files in the 'Program files' folder.
- Trying to open a file in Read/Write mode (.package files in the game directory) [fixed in application, (should be), by opening them in ReadOnly mode] -- This may be an issue with the user not have sufficent security/file permissons on the game folders.
- The Application attempts to create new directories or files in 'Program Files' folder (under the application's path), and the user may not have sufficent security/file permissons on the game folders.
- Try running the application as administrator
- Try running the application from another folder (that you have full-rights to, not in 'program files', example: your 'Documents Folder'.
- For working with package files under the game folder, you may need to copy the .package files, to another location such as the desktop or another location -- repeat what you were trying to do, [copy them back, if you were updating them] --> Please Try the first two, before trying this one.
If you are getting blank/empty dlls when compiling: (size may be 4kb [as reported by a user])
1) Please be sure that you created a new project
2) After you create a new project / open an existing project
PLEASE BE SURE TO: Add a new source file to project by right-clicking on the project-tree and choosing "Add new source file" via the context-menu.
3) You will have to add some valid (C#/VB.net Source code) [depending on the project type you selected when creating the new proejct] to any new source files before compiling
4) Try loading an example project and compiling that (file->open example project)
After following the steps above and are still getting blank/empty dlls ...
please do the following:
- Create a new zip-file
- Zip-up your project folder
- Zip-up the project "log" folder (this is in the same folder as the main
- Zip-up your compiled dlls (if not zipped-up with the project folder)
- Add all of this to the zip file you created at step 1
- Attach your zip file (containing all of the above) to post under the comments section. ** When create or editing a post, if you scroll down you will see a button labeled "manage attachments", this will allow you to attach files to a post.
- Send me a PM regarding the new post and that you have posted logs/etc (in a zip-file).
Versions: 1.2.3549.38090 and later, contain an Error/Informational message logger, that will generate logs (automatically on exit, or by the user saveing it to a log file) that can be ziped up and submitted to me as a sort-of bug report/error report. These logs contain informational messages from the application, error mesages will be inter-sparsed in this log (with call stack information included); so that, I see what you were, exactly, doing so I can re-generate the error and locate the problem code.
When an error or problem occurs, please zip-up these log files and do the following:
Please Be sure to read, Help -> Getting Started, before posting about the application not working, or about how to use the application. (you never know, the answer may be in there!)
- Post a quick-summary (in the comments section) of the error you got, and what you were doing (i.e. copy/paste the error that windows gives and place behind a "spolier" tag and if possible attach a screenshot of the application "in the error-state".
- To this Post attach the zip-file containing your log files, under the "log" folder
- Send me a PM, telling me about your comment, with BugReport/Log files attached -- I will download the zip-file containg the logs and attempt to re-produce the error and fix-it, if possible.
I have created a new application, The Sims 3 - Assembly Generator.
What it does:
Allows the user to easily create new dll assemblies for an object, and will in no-way override the core dll files.
What it doesn't do:
It will not magically create game-compatible dll files, this is left up to the user to ensure that the dll will work, in-game, when compiled (i.e. valid c# source code, source code written to conform to what the game expects, etc)
Features of the application:
- Uses .NET Reflector for exploring Core Dll Namespaces (classes/members,etc)
- Contains a help file, documenting how-to-use it.
- Allows save/opening of project files (also contains example projects and an example project loader)
REQUIRED PRE-REQUISTES: To Run The Application
REQUIRED PRE-REQUISTES: To Use the Compiled Dlls with Custom Objects
From These Screenshots, you can see that I have made the CD Rack act like a BookShelf. Only the OpenBookShelf interaction is fully working; with the others, the sim just complains that they can't perform the intercation [probably because the CD Rack is missing stuff, that the bookshelf has -- after all the CD Rack isn't a bookshelf, or is it? :p]
The Main Interface:
The Help File
Open BookShelf Intercation:
I would like to thank the following groups of people:
1) Creators of S3OC/S3PE
2) Rick for the Resource.cfg hack/fake signed assembly hack
3) Christoph680 for creating simscriptor [based my code on part of his to interoperate with .NET Reflector, from code]