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Un-kopernicus planets?


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1 minute ago, Jeb x Valentina said:

alright, but how to do it without kopernicus?

It's not possible. Kopernicus does all the back-end programming necessary. Without it, you'll have to do all the preliminary work yourself. As far as I know, there's not one planet pack available anywhere for Kerbal Space Program that does not depend on it because the programming needed is that intense.

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27 minutes ago, adsii1970 said:

As far as I know, there's not one planet pack available anywhere for Kerbal Space Program that does not depend on it because the programming needed is that intense.

Not for 6+ years, at least. RealSolarSystem switched to Kopernicus in its v10.0 release, but some of its pre-Kopernicus releases are still available. Looks like it essentially contained its own mini-Kopernicus back then.

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20 hours ago, Jeb x Valentina said:

alright, but how to do it without kopernicus?

19 hours ago, Curveball Anders said:

You will have to write your own code that does the same as Kopernicus.

There's your answer.

Edit: Badly designed forum sorts by votes rather than date, chronologically screwing the discussion up. May be relevant to AtomicTech's comment. 

19 hours ago, AtomicTech said:

Uh, I think that's been answered already.

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