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Manifest files are used to provide the metadata for an addon, which does not, or cannot, contain the metadata itself. A good example of such a scenario is wanting to adapt an addon whose stipulated license prevents directly modifying the addon itself.

A manifest may include loading instructions for the addon and how its contents should be interpreted.

Note: Being a standard Snowberry configuration file, a manifest may also define addon specific options, which will be presented in the Addon settings tab).


# This manifest contains metadata for jDRP 1.01.

name: jDoom Resource Pack
component: game-jdoom

language english (
  version: 1.01
  summary: 3D models and special effects for jDoom
  author: Daniel Swanson et al.

  readme = "The jDoom Resource Pack represents many years' worth of
work. Several people have contributed 3D models, skins and particle
effects. <p>Note that <tt>jDRP.ded</tt> must be included within the
addon package. Since this manifest is for the ZIP version of jDRP,
the DED file is included by default."

# Implicit options are always in effect if the addon is loaded.
implicit load-options (
  option: -file }Data/jDoom/jDRP.pk3 -def }Defs/jDoom/jDRP.ded

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