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How to design a system that allows for multiple parallel extensions of the same “component”?
As a player, I found the following problems about creating and using "extensions" (aka mods) for games: 1) Whenever the game is updated, all the mods break. 2) Most mods don't work with each ...
Sep 12 '11 at 14:54
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