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  1. One last post to resolve the issue: The nice maintainer at the Commons Compress project reports that this issue is fixed in version 1.15 of that package, with their latest version being something like 1.16.1. That would be libcommons-compress-java on Ubuntu and possibly other systems, and the latest version in my OS's repo is 1.13, so I find this explanation plausible. @Pamynx, if you can find a way to upgrade your commons-compress package to 1.15 or later, your existing build pipeline should become CKAN-compatible.
  2. How do I get a separate install for RO/RSS?

    Depending on your platform, you could use: A command like "cp -a 'Kerbal Space Program' new_folder", though some might prefer -r instead of -a Ctrl-C and Ctrl-V, if you're in a graphical environment that uses Ctrl-C for copying Cmd-C and Cmd-V, if your computer has a command key
  3. I'm trying to audit Plexus Archiver, but I don't see any explicit handling of these fields yet. It looks like it might be somewhere in org.apache.commons.compress.archivers.zip... EDIT: Sorry, this is probably off-topic now if it wasn't before. I'll shift to posting updates on the GitHub link.
  4. [1.3.0–1.3.1] Astrogator v0.7.8

    Glad you like it, and you're welcome!
  5. Thanks! I tried cloning your mod from GitHub and ran "mvn package", and I think I see the same issue in my locally built ZIP as in the download. Version 2.0 in central directory: $ unzip -ZsvhM ./ksp-civilian-population-mod-2.0.13-SNAPSHOT.zip Central directory entry #26: --------------------------- There are an extra 16 bytes preceding this file. CivilianPopulation/Experience/Traits.cfg offset of local header from start of archive: 6170 (000000000000181Ah) bytes file system or operating system of origin: Unix version of encoding software: 2.0 minimum file system compatibility required: MS-DOS, OS/2 or NT FAT minimum software version required to extract: 2.0 compression method: deflated compression sub-type (deflation): normal file security status: not encrypted extended local header: yes file last modified on (DOS date/time): 2018 Feb 19 12:07:34 32-bit CRC value (hex): eaa3fa43 compressed size: 80 bytes uncompressed size: 101 bytes length of filename: 40 characters length of extra field: 0 bytes length of file comment: 0 characters disk number on which file begins: disk 1 apparent file type: binary Unix file attributes (100755 octal): -rwxr-xr-x MS-DOS file attributes (00 hex): none There is no file comment. 0x0a (= 10 = version 1.0) in the version field of the local file header 00001810 68 cf 06 02 00 00 31 04 00 00 50 4b 03 04 0a 00 |h.....1...PK....| ^^ 00001820 08 08 08 00 f1 60 53 4c 43 fa a3 ea 50 00 00 00 |.....`SLC...P...| 00001830 65 00 00 00 28 00 00 00 43 69 76 69 6c 69 61 6e |e...(...Civilian| 00001840 50 6f 70 75 6c 61 74 69 6f 6e 2f 45 78 70 65 72 |Population/Exper| 00001850 69 65 6e 63 65 2f 54 72 61 69 74 73 2e 63 66 67 |ience/Traits.cfg| ... so blaming Maven's Assembly plugin looks like a safe bet. Do you know if it has a bug tracker?
  6. Sorry about that, it should be gone now.
  7. FYI, today I learned that you can put release-specific metadata such as dependencies inside of a mod's download file. New wiki section: https://github.com/KSP-CKAN/CKAN/wiki/Adding-a-mod-to-the-CKAN#internal-ckan-files It's an old feature, but I was not aware of it. I've seen this as a common dilemma for mod authors ("How can I change metadata for a new version smoothly without breaking the old version?"), so hopefully someone finds this useful.
  8. JSON syntax problem, some curly braces are missing. See https://github.com/KSP-CKAN/NetKAN/pull/6255.
  9. On the bright side, you get to play Red Dead Redemption. That game will probably never be ported to PC.
  10. The Economics of Platinum mining

    Ban deorbited raw materials, legalize deorbited products. If someone's going to crash the platinum market, we might as well get more space infrastructure out of the deal.
  11. That's a very complicated question, and it's been covered here in far greater depth than I would want to attempt:
  12. No; KSP used Unity 5 as of the 1.1 release. It was a requirement for doing a console port. https://wiki.kerbalspaceprogram.com/wiki/Version_history#v1.1
  13. It seems to be a silly problem with the ZIP file; details available via new comments at the above link. To sum up, the ZIP file says that you need PKZip 1.0 to unzip Traits.cfg in one place (the local file header), and PKZip 2.0 to unzip it in another place (the central directory), and since those versions don't match, the ZIP extraction library that CKAN uses reports that it's invalid. Does that field actually matter today, 25 years since the release of PKZip 2.0? Probably not. But it's still technically bad data, and the ZIP library that CKAN uses doesn't have a way to ignore this problem. @Pamynx, I'm curious what tool you used to create this ZIP file. CKAN deals with many, many ZIP files, and I'm always surprised when a new problem like this crops up.
  14. Maybe "Harvard and MIT physicists found a way to make photons interact with each other, almost five years ago"?
  15. Thread title grossly misrepresents the article. There's nothing hard about these photons: Also this story is 4.5 years old.