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We lost a lot of documentation with the dev heaven/ dev six thing.

 

Functions, including CBA functions: http://dev.withsix.com/docs/ace/index/Functions.html

CBA Fleximenu example: http://forums.unitedoperations.net/index.php/topic/13882-cbaace-interaction-menu-syntax-for-scripters/

CBA functions: https://dev.withsix.com/projects/cca/wiki/FlexiMenu

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Those are kind of helpful, but it isn't exactly what I was looking for.

I don't need all features, therefore I need to know what each .pbo does, besides the ones which are self explanatory.

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You can open up each .pbo with pbomanager (there is a quick context menu that allows you to extract to a folder) and the readme documentation inside each of the pbo's gives you a good idea. There are a lot of dependencies for each ace addon, so be mindful of that if you are creating a custom pack.

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You can open up each .pbo with pbomanager (there is a quick context menu that allows you to extract to a folder) and the readme documentation inside each of the pbo's gives you a good idea. There are a lot of dependencies for each ace addon, so be mindful of that if you are creating a custom pack.

 

Yeah, when I started to remove .pbos dependencies became a big issue.

 

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I just tired what you suggested. It works, kinda, I found that many .pbos don't really have dependency documentation within them, I'm going off "#include"s  

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Yeah, when I started to remove .pbos dependencies became a big issue.

 

Edit:

I just tired what you suggested. It works, kinda, I found that many .pbos don't really have dependency documentation within them, I'm going off "#include"s  

 

inside config.bin (you can convert to non-binarized c++ format with BItools) you should look at the entry labelled "requiredaddons" which should be an array of the required addons, the names of which are defined in each config's cfgpatches section.

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This one gets blocked by my antivirus. :-(  It says that the webpage is on some dangeroes webpages list.

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