Thinking about making an open source mod manager for Linux?

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  • Nexus-Mod-Manager

    Compatibility with nexus mods would be great, could look into how nexus mod manager installs it's mods. Looking at NMM's github page would be a start https://github.com/Nexus-Mods/Nexus-Mod-Manager

  • Unverum

    Downloads and install mods for several Unreal Engine 4 games.

    I've been meaning to look into Unverum. It's open source already, but it's windows-specific. It does work in Linux via Wine, but only barely functions. Was a huge pain to get it running, and it crashes frequently, uses tons of CPU..

  • Scout APM

    Less time debugging, more time building. Scout APM allows you to find and fix performance issues with no hassle. Now with error monitoring and external services monitoring, Scout is a developer's best friend when it comes to application development.

  • CKAN

    The Comprehensive Kerbal Archive Network (by KSP-CKAN)

  • This is my list, for example - https://gitlab.com/C0rn3j/MCModUpdater/-/blob/master/modlist-mc.yaml

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