Having crashes on startup after a game patch? Remove the files from Data/SKSE/Plugins and try again. Mods using plugins probably need to be updated. Before contacting us, make sure that your game launches properly without SKSE first. Also, attach skse.log, skse_loader.log, and skse_steam_loader.log (found in My Documents/My Games/Skyrim/SKSE/) to any support requests. Entire Team Send email to: email@example.com
The Simple Logging Facade for Java (SLF4J) serves as a simple facade or abstraction for various logging frameworks, such as java.util.logging, logback and reload4j. SLF4J allows the end-user to plug in the desired logging framework at deployment time. Note that SLF4J-enabling your library/application implies the addition of only a single mandatory dependency, namely slf4j-api-2.0.6.jar.
SLF4J does not rely on any special class loader machinery. In fact, each SLF4J binding is hardwired at compile time to use one and only one specific logging framework. For example, the slf4j-log4j12-2.0.6.jar binding is bound at compile time to use log4j. In your code, in addition to slf4j-api-2.0.6.jar, you simply drop one and only one binding of your choice onto the appropriate class path location. Do not place more than one binding on your class path.
The SLF4J interfaces and their various adapters are extremely simple. Most developers familiar with the Java language should be able to read and fully understand the code in less than one hour. No knowledge of class loaders is necessary as SLF4J does not make use nor does it directly access any class loaders. As a consequence, SLF4J suffers from none of the class loader problems or memory leaks observed with Jakarta Commons Logging (JCL).
logback-classic 1.3.x (Javax EE) If you wish to use logback-classic for Javax EE as the underlying logging framework, all you need to do is to declare "ch.qos.logback:logback-classic" as a dependency in your pom.xml file as shown below. In addition to logback-classic-1.3.5.jar, this will pull in slf4j-api-2.0.6.jar as well as logback-core-1.3.5.jar into your project. Note that explicitly declaring a dependency on logback-core-1.3.5 or slf4j-api-2.0.6.jar is not wrong and may be necessary to impose the correct version of said artifacts by virtue of Maven's "nearest definition" dependency mediation rule.
logback-classic 1.4.x (Jakarta EE) If you wish to use logback-classic for Jakarta EE as the underlying logging framework, all you need to do is to declare "ch.qos.logback:logback-classic" as a dependency in your pom.xml file as shown below. In addition to logback-classic-1.4.5.jar, this will pull in slf4j-api-2.0.6.jar as well as logback-core-1.4.5.jar into your project. Note that explicitly declaring a dependency on logback-core-1.4.5 or slf4j-api-2.0.6.jar is not wrong and may be necessary to impose the correct version of said artifacts by virtue of Maven's "nearest definition" dependency mediation rule.
reload4j If you wish to use reload4j as the underlying logging framework, all you need to do is to declare "org.slf4j:slf4j-reload4j" as a dependency in your pom.xml file as shown below. In addition to slf4j-reload4j-2.0.6.jar, this will pull in slf4j-api-2.0.6.jar as well as reload4j-1.2.24.jar into your project. Note that explicitly declaring a dependency on reload4j-1.2.24.jar or slf4j-api-2.0.6.jar is not wrong and may be necessary to impose the correct version of said artifacts by virtue of Maven's "nearest definition" dependency mediation rule.
java.util.logging If you wish to use java.util.logging as the underlying logging framework, all you need to do is to declare "org.slf4j:slf4j-jdk14" as a dependency in your pom.xml file as shown below. In addition to slf4j-jdk14-2.0.6.jar, this will pull in slf4j-api-2.0.6.jar into your project. Note that explicitly declaring a dependency on slf4j-api-2.0.6.jar is not wrong and may be necessary to impose the correct version of said artifact by virtue of Maven's "nearest definition" dependency mediation rule.
SLF4J Simple If you wish to use org.slf4j.simple as the underlying logging implementation, all you need to do is to declare "org.slf4j:slf4j-simple" as a dependency in your pom.xml file as shown below. In addition to slf4j-simple-2.0.6.jar, this will pull in slf4j-api-2.0.6.jar into your project. Note that explicitly declaring a dependency on slf4j-api-2.0.6.jar is not wrong and may be necessary to impose the correct version of said artifact by virtue of Maven's "nearest definition" dependency mediation rule.
Mixing different versions of slf4j-api.jar and SLF4J binding can cause problems. For example, if you are using slf4j-api-2.0.6.jar, then you should also use slf4j-simple-2.0.6.jar, using slf4j-simple-1.5.5.jar will not work.
runnpm install -D vue-loader vue-template-compilerVue CLIIf you are not interested in manually setting up webpack, it is recommended to scaffold a project with Vue CLI instead. Projects created by Vue CLI are pre-configured with most of the common development needs working out of the box.
The main issue: a change in 2.1.21 of require.js created an extraneous global. While jshint is used in the repo, it was not properly configured to catch that issue, but it is now. Only the require.js loader changed. No r.js optimizer-specific bug fixes, but it uses require.js as a dependency.
The notable changes are in the r.js optimizer: an update to Esprima 2.1.0 for dependency tracing, and a fix around "use strict" processing that should help some loader plugins or build scenarios that were using React.
See the Upgrading to 2.1 page.2.0.6The main focus of this release was cleaning up some rough edges after switching to esprima for all module parsing. Most notably, findNestedDependencies should work correctly again. The bundled UglifyJS was updated to 1.3.3 too.
We strongly recommend you to use the latest version that is presented above. Support is only provided for that version. If you in any case have to use another version, you can find it in the list below. You can also find links to the versions' changelogs here.Launcher versionRelease dateDownloadChangelog2.4.12023-01-30DownloadLink2.4.02023-01-28Download Link2.3.122023-01-15Download Link2.3.112022-12-28Download Link2.3.102022-12-23Download Link2.3.92022-12-22Download Link2.3.82022-12-10Download Link2.3.72022-10-14Download Link2.3.62022-10-14Download Link2.3.52022-10-03Download Link2.3.42022-09-29Download Link2.3.32022-09-27Download Link2.3.22022-09-20Download Link2.3.12022-09-20Download Link2.3.02022-09-20Download Link2.2.182022-07-20Download Link2.2.172022-07-07Download Link2.2.162022-07-06Download Link2.2.152022-06-29Download Link2.2.142022-06-22Download Link2.2.132022-06-22Download Link2.2.122022-06-21Download Link2.2.112022-06-20Download Link2.2.102022-06-20Download Link2.2.92022-06-20Download Link2.2.82022-05-03Download Link2.2.72022-05-03Download Link2.2.62021-12-05Download Link2.2.52021-06-24Download Link6.2.62021-06-21Download Link2.2.32021-06-13Download Link2.2.22021-04-08Download Link2.2.12021-02-04Download Link2.2.02021-02-02Download Link2.1.122021-01-31Download Link2.1.112020-10-22Download Link2.1.102020-10-22Download Link2.1.92020-10-11Download Link2.1.82020-10-11Download Link2.1.72020-10-09Download Link2.1.62020-10-08Download Link2.1.52020-10-08Download Link2.1.42020-09-02Download Link2.1.32020-08-12Download Link2.1.22020-08-09Download Link2.1.12020-08-06Download Link2.1.02020-08-06Download Link2.0.122020-06-19Download Link2.0.11a2020-06-15Download Link2.0.112020-06-11Download Link2.0.10a2020-06-11Download Link2.0.102020-06-07Download Link2.0.92020-06-03Download Link2.0.82020-06-01Download Link2.0.72020-05-31Download Link2.0.62020-05-31Download Link2.0.52020-05-28Download Link2.0.42020-05-24Download Link2.0.32020-05-23Download Link2.0.22020-05-22Download Link2.0.12020-05-22Download Link2.0.02020-05-22Download Link1.9.92020-04-26Download Link1.9.82020-04-22Download Link1.9.72020-03-12Download Link1.9.62020-02-16Download Link1.9.52020-02-14Download Link1.9.42020-02-08Download Link1.9.32020-02-08Download Link1.9.2a2020-02-08Download Link1.9.22020-02-08Download Link1.9.12020-02-08Download Link1.92020-01-28Download Link1.8.12020-01-04Download Link1.82020-01-04Download Link1.72019-12-16Download Link1.62019-12-15Download Link1.52019-11-04Download Link1.42019-10-31Download Link1.3.02019-10-26Download Link
The mod loader is managed by the launcher. This means that you don't have to worry about being up-to-date with the mod loader. However, this also means that it is impossible to install old versions of the mod loader. This list is for documentation purposes only and provides links to the changelogs. RML versionRaft versionRelease dateChangelog6.4.1Update 1.0 hotfix 12023-01-30Link6.4.0Update 1.0 hotfix 12023-01-28Link6.3.9Update 1.0 hotfix 12023-01-28Link6.3.8Update 1.0 hotfix 12023-01-15Link6.3.7Update 1.0 hotfix 12022-12-22Link6.3.6Update 1.0 hotfix 12022-12-11Link6.3.5Update 1.0 hotfix 12022-12-10Link6.3.4Update 1.0 hotfix 12022-10-14Link6.3.3Update 1.0 hotfix 12022-10-14Link6.3.2Update 1.0 hotfix 12022-10-03Link6.3.1Update 1.0 hotfix 12022-09-29Link6.3Update 1.0 hotfix 12022-09-20Link6.2.13Update 1.0 hotfix 12022-08-04Link6.2.12Update 1.0 hotfix 12022-07-21Link6.2.11Update 1.0 hotfix 12022-07-20Link6.2.10Update 1.0 hotfix 12022-07-07Link6.2.9Update 1.02022-06-20Link6.2.8Update 132022-05-26Link6.2.7Update 132021-12-05Link2.2.4Update 132021-06-21Link6.2.5Update 122021-06-13Link6.2.4Update 122021-04-08Link6.2.3Update 122021-02-07Link6.2.2Update 122021-02-04Link6.2.1Update 122021-02-02Link6.2.0Update 122021-02-02Link6.1.3Update 122021-02-01Link6.1.2Update 122021-01-31Link6.1.1Update 122021-01-28Link6.1.0Update 122020-11-02Link6.0.9Update 122020-10-22Link6.0.8Update 122020-10-14Link6.0.7Update 122020-10-11Link6.0.6Update 122020-10-09Link6.0.5Update 122020-10-09Link6.0.4Update 122020-10-08Link6.0.3Update 11a2020-08-12Link6.0.2Update 11a2020-08-12Link6.0.1Update 11a2020-08-09Link6.0.0Update 11a2020-08-06Link5.4.9Update 112020-06-11Link5.4.8Update 112020-05-22Link5.4.7Update 112020-05-22Link5.4.6Update 112020-04-25Link5.4.5Update 112020-04-22Link5.4.4Update 112020-03-12Link5.4.3Update 112020-02-16Link5.4.2bUpdate 10.072020-01-13Link5.4.2aUpdate 10.072020-01-11Link5.4.2Update 10.072020-01-11Link5.4.1Update 10.072020-01-04Link5.4Update 10.072020-01-04Link5.3Update 10.072019-12-16Link5.2.9aUpdate 10.042019-12-05Link5.2.9Update 10.002019-12-03Link5.2.8aUpdate 9.052019-12-01Link5.2.8Update 9.052019-11-19Link5.2.7Update 9.052019-11-11Link5.2.6Update 9.052019-11-11Link5.2.5Update 9.052019-11-10Link5.2.4Update 9.052019-11-04Link5.2.3Update 9.052019-11-04Link5.2.2Update 9.052019-11-01Link5.2.1Update 9.052019-10-31Link5.2.0Update 9.052019-10-31Link5.1.3Update 9.052019-10-04Link5.1.2Update 9.052019-10-01Link5.1.1Update 9.052019-09-22Link5.1Update 9.052019-09-19Link5.0Update 9.052019-09-18Link4.3.1Update 9.052019-07-03Link4.3Update 9.052019-06-20Link4.2.3Update 9.052019-05-22Link4.2.1Update 9.042019-05-04Link4.2Update 9.042019-05-03Link4.1.9Update 9.042019-04-26Link4.1.8f2Update 9.042019-04-25Link4.1.8fUpdate 9.042019-04-24Link4.1.8Update 9.042019-04-24Link4.1.7fUpdate 9.002019-04-01Link4.1.7Update 9.002019-03-26Link4.1.6Update 9.002019-03-17Link4.1.5Update 9.002019-03-14Link4.1.4Update 9.002019-03-14Link4.1.3Update 9.002019-03-13Link4.1.2Update 9.002019-03-08Link4.1.1Update 9.002019-03-08Link4.1Update 9.032019-03-07Link4.0-pre-10Update 9.002019-02-10Link4.0-pre-9Update 8.002019-02-02Link4.0-pre-8Update 8.002018-11-08Link4.0-pre-7-u7Update 7.002018-10-15Link4.0-pre-7Update 6.002018-10-10Link4.0-pre-6Update 6.002018-09-26Link4.0-pre-5Update 6.002018-09-02Link4.0-pre-4Update 6.002018-09-01Link4.0-pre-3Update 6.002018-08-15Link4.0-pre-2Update 6.002018-08-15Link4.0-pre-1Update 5.002018-08-04Link4.0-preUpdate 5.002018-08-03Link3.8Update 5.002018-07-26Link3.7Update 5.002018-07-26Link3.6.5Update 5.002018-07-26Link3.6Update 1.032018-07-25Link3.5Update 1.032018-07-25Link 2b1af7f3a8