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Micky1979

Micky1979

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In Topic: Clover General discussion

Yesterday, 11:17 PM

In this case everything should be handled by Clover with no user's interaction

In Topic: Clover General discussion

Yesterday, 10:47 PM

How about the idea of extracting the whole KernelAndKextPatches entries into a separate plist (just call it patches.plist) and put it into the kexts dirs? The users can put their patches in 10.7, ..., 10.11 and Others folders and we won't need those complicated SubEntries structure anymore.

That way the config.plist will be only for bootloader settings and not for different macos versions.

To my seems more simple to create a key (supportedOSes) as string where you can write the supported OSes in a component separated by the "," char inside each KextsToPatch dictionary:
supportedOSes = 10.11,10.12,10.11.7
just an idea.
Clover should create an array by split the components separated by "," as supported Os for the relative patc. So can be dinamically applied  when match the OS version.

In Topic: Clover General discussion

Yesterday, 03:39 PM

Bzzt, another fact that I never knew before: Clover should ignore KernelAndKextPatches in SubEntries config, except main config. Thanks pal..

Yep, I asked because in case of working KernelAndKextPatches inside a custom entries I've to do a long job for something else :P

 

PS (thanks to you :) ) 

In Topic: Clover General discussion

Yesterday, 11:21 AM

Thanks Guys.

From the Wiki:

 

 

  • SubEntries - (Default:true) Disables the default sub entries if set to false. Can also be used to create custom sub entries using the same structure as a main entry, any settings that aren't set in the sub entry will be inherited from the main entry.

seem that the key "SubEntries" can be a boolean (only false should be expected as the opposite of the default behavior?) or can be a dictionary containing almost all the keys of the main Entry. But if I'm not mistaken the KernelAndKextPatches cannot be used there as described here by Slice:             #11            

So the question is now KernelAndKextPatches allowed in Sub-Entries and will work? (stupid question I know :blush:, what really I wanted to ask is if you are going to correct this to take effect since already tried but not possible due to some limitations in performing patches. Don't remembar, but at the time this code is called patches are alredy applied?)

In Topic: Clover General discussion

Yesterday, 05:25 AM

Failed to create custom entries >=r3576, please check Slice

Hi cecekpawon, can you show an example for "SubEntry" in config.plist? Thanks

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