FiveM Checker is a Resource that uses HTTPs Request to know if resources are outdated or not.
(They need to be compatible with fivem-checker, more info below)
Some new features will be added soon: Command to check for updates (instead of having to restart the resource or the server), Auto-Updater, Update checker for non-compatible resources, etc
KNOWN BUG :
- None (For now I guess?)
Don’t forget to this post if you liked this resource, it motivates me to keep coding for FiveM (But it’s mostly for my ego )
You will need to add several Metadata into your
fxmanifest.lua files, tho, the Metadata
fivem_checker is required to make your resource compatible with this checker.
|fivem_checker||Required||Without this metadata, the checker won’t be able to “see” your resource||
|github||Required||Link to the GitHub repo of your resource||
|version||Required||Version of your resource (You will need to change this everytime you release an update)||
|name||Optional||Name of your resource (You can also use color code)||
You will also need to add a file labeled
version (An example can be found here) in your GitHub repo
This file need to respect certains syntax:
||Required||The version needs to be in between angle brackets||
||Optional||Each line of the changelogs needs to be separated by a minus symbol||
There isn’t, only those 2 steps are required to make your resource compatible with this resource
Download the latest release.
Drag the folder into your
Add this in your
Note: This needs to be added at the end of your resources list in