Download UT2004CacheExtractor


Requirements

This program requires Java V1.5 or higher and SWT V3.2 or higher. While Java is mandatory, the installation of SWT is not necessary. You can simply download UT2004CacheExtractor in a version that is bundeled with SWT for your Operating System.

Installation

There's no need to install UT2004CacheExtractor or SWT (if you download the bundeled version). Simply unextract the archive to a location of your choice on your harddrive. Windows users must simply double-click the included UT2004CacheExtractor.jar file to start the program, if they downloaded the bundeled version. Linux users must speficy the SWT library path on startup. Please take a peek into the included documentation to see how this is done.

Downloads

Version 1.0 beta with SWT for Windows       This version has SWT for Windows included. Simply double-click the file UT2004CacheExtractor.jar after archive extraction to start the program.
Version 1.0 beta with SWT for Linux       This version has SWT for Linux included. Simply run the shell script UT2004CacheExtractor after archive extraction to start the program. If you extracted the archive to another location than your home-directory, you have to edit the script and change the path in the cd statement first.
Version 1.0 beta with SWT for MacOS       This version has SWT for MacOS included. You might double-click UT2004CacheExtractor.jar after archive extraction to start the program, but I'm not really sure if it works, since I have no Mac to test it. If the program doesn't start, please consult the included documentation to see how UT2004CacheExtractor is run from the shell.
Version 1.0 beta without SWT       This version is for any OS and has no SWT included. Only download this version if you know that you already have SWT installed (or want to install it separately) and where it is located on your harddrive. After archive extraction, you can run the program by typing "java -Djava.library.path=<path> -cp <path> -jar UT2004CacheExtractor.jar" (where <path> is to be replaced by the path where SWT is installed). For further information, please read the documentation included in the archive.