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The Latest Version Of Total Annihilation Units Compilation Pack Is 2.3

30th Of October 2004 - Quick Update Top  ]

Hi guys. Not sure if anyone is still checking this site out, but if anyone is still, then that's great. At least my shoutout won't go unheard :)

I just want to let you guys know that I'm currently working as a web developer at a local company here in my country, Malaysia and at this moment, don't have any time to go back to TAUCP. Perhaps I won't continue TAUCP, at least not until TA2 gets released (if it ever will).

Malcolm Lim A.k.a CyberKewl

29th Of June 2003 - Short Update, Donations Top  ]

It's been a while since i last updated this site. The entire TA community is slowing down this year as i have predicted (or rather as i have told DarkYouth). I'm still doing my degree course, everything is going quite smoothly for the time being and i'm working on a degree project entitled "PC Remote Access System" which is basically a remote control software similar to PC Anywhere, TightVNC, etc.

I've been thinking about going back to TAUCP, but i don't think it'll happen until i finish my degree judging by the amount of work i have with lots of time constrains. Also, if any of you feel that my work in the TA community deserves a donation, do not hesitate to donate via iKobo. Most of you guys have probably heard PayPal by now, but unfortunately my country (Malaysia) is not listed in PayPal, so i have to instead go for iKobo, a money transfer service provider (as i call it).

If you're interested in donating, click here.

That's all for now, i hope to be back working on TAUCP one day!

Malcolm Lim A.k.a CyberKewl

10th Of February 2003 - The end? Top  ]

Today marks the beginning of my Degree Course and i must say that i won't have much time to spend on TAUCP and so i'm sad to say that TAUCP will be put on hold for the time being. I may update it every now and then, but don't expect the regular updates that you usually see as it won't happen this time. TAUCP will NOT - i repeat - will NOT be maintained by someone else and i will certainly NOT accept any offers at this time. It has been done in the past and i don't want it to be repeated again. So as of now, TAUCP 2.3 can be considered as the final release of TAUCP until you hear more from me.

Malcolm Lim A.k.a CyberKewl

11th Of January 2003 - Happy New Year! Top  ]

Happy New Year everyone! Yeah i know, it's late but hey - i've been busy lately. There's a poll running on the removal of helicopters from TAUCP, i hope you guys can vote so i can know if helicopters should stay in or out. Click here and cast your votes.

As i have said earlier, i've been busy preparing stuff for my degree course due to begin on February 10th. Now, TAUCP will still be around, just that there will probably be less updates than usual. I've also been working on a C# application to learn a bit more about the language so that i could probably make use of it for my degree project. You can check it out here.

Malcolm Lim A.k.a CyberKewl

23rd Of December 2002 - Ho! Ho! Ho! Top  ]

Okay, i know that it isn't Christmas just yet but i don't think anyone wants to download TAUCP on Christmas day although i had originally planned to release it on X'Mas day, but i've changed my mind. So here it is: TAUCP 2.3 along with a nice little extra that i call the "OverLoad Pack".

What exactly is the OverLoad Pack you ask? Don't get confused by the name "OverLoad" as it doesn't do any "overloading" at all. The name OverLoad was chosen because i can't think of a better name to call the "mini pack". The OverLoad Pack consists of extra units that are to be used with TAUCP only. There are two OverLoad Packs at the moment - the Ground Units OverLoad Pack and the Sea Units OverLoad Pack. To keep things simple, lets say that you want to play with the Ground Units OverLoad Pack.

You launch the TAUCP OverLoad Frontend (OTA/Normal Users) and select "Ground Units OverLoad Pack". The frontend will then DISABLE the sea units pack. This is because you can't have extra units without removing/disabling other units. So we disable the sea units to make way for extra ground units. The same goes with the Sea Units OverLoad Pack which disables the 3rd party ground units to make way for more sea units. TA:M, TA:Commander and Macutator users will have to disable the appropriate unit pack sections to play with the OverLoad Pack.

Complete details are in the overload pack readme. Now we go back to TAUCP 2.3. In this new version, there is a new "TAUCP Online Version Check" program for PC users. This program will allow you to check and see if you are using the latest version of TAUCP or an older one. If you are using an older version, the program will ask you whether you want to visit TAUCP Central to download the latest version. I think that's about it. Head on over to the TAUCP section to get the goodies.

Have yourselves a Merry Little Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Malcolm Lim A.k.a CyberKewl

3rd Of December 2002 - Back from the dead Top  ]

For the past few days i have been reinstalling all sorts of programs and stuff due to the hard drive disaster that occured on Friday afternoon last week. A lot of programs and TA related stuff were lost in the hard drive disaster but i did backup some of them although the were older ones (like version 1.7 of the installer script for TAUCP which is quite old). For those interested in knowing what happened, click here to read the thread that i posted at the forums few days ago. Right now almost everything has been restored (from backups) and works on the next version of TAUCP should resume shortly.

On another note, many have emailed me regarding the "Commander can't reclaim" bug. Yes i am very much aware of this and it will be fixed in the next version of TAUCP so don't worry.

Malcolm Lim A.k.a CyberKewl

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