Changelog

v1.7.0

ACSR

This release adds support for Assetto Corsa Skill Ratings (ACSR). ACSR is a new service for organising and taking part in Championships through Assetto Corsa Server Manager.

When you set up a Championship in Server Manager, you will be given the option to “Export to Assetto Corsa Skill Ratings”. This publishes your Championship to the ACSR Championships List page, so that drivers can find your Championship and sign up to it!

ACSR requires Server Manager Premium. You can purchase Server Manager Premium by following the instructions in the free version of Server Manager.

Server Manager

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v1.6.1

Please note, this release deprecates use of “run_on_start” in config.yml. Please read the new config.yml “plugins” section if you were using run_on_start!

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v1.6.0

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In this update we’ve added the following premium features:

When you buy Server Manager Premium, the multiserver tool will be included alongside server manager. Please check out the README for more details and a setup guide!

If you don’t have premium yet, you can get it by following the instructions on Server Manager!

As well as our premium features, we have the following additions…

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v1.5.3

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v1.5.2

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v1.5.1

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v1.5.0

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v1.4.2

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v1.4.1

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v1.4.0

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Note, all of the new Car features work best when you have uploaded your cars to Server Manager. If you haven’t, the pages will still work, but won’t be anywhere near as cool!

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v1.3.4

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v1.3.3

Please back up your data store (as defined in config.yml in ‘store’ -> ‘path’) before upgrading to this version!

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This is quite a large change in terms of code. If you find any problems with Live Timings, please let us know and we will sort them out!

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v1.3.2

Please note, this release contains breaking changes for run_on_start in config.yml. If you are using run_on_start, you need to read the following:

Each run_on_start command is now run from the directory that the binary file is in. For example, ./stracker/stracker_linux_x86/stracker –stracker_ini stracker-default.ini now actually performs the following two commands:

  1. cd ./stracker/stracker_linux_x86
  2. ./stracker –stracker_ini stracker-default.ini

This means that previous configuration entries will need updating! The config.example.yml contains updated examples for how this might work.

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v1.3.1

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v1.3.0

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Championship Sign Up requests can be viewed by Write Access users and Approved or Rejected in a new page. This new page also allows Write Access users to email groups of registrants, and download a Comma Separated Values list of the registration requests (to be used in spreadsheets etc.)

We hope that this functionality improves the management of large events for Server Owners! Please get in touch if you run large events and let us know how it goes!

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v1.2.2

Fixes a bug where new Championship Entrants couldn’t be added.


v1.2.1

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v1.2.0

Note: This update changes how the accounts work, you will need to re-add all of your existing accounts in the server control panel! To do this, you will need the new default admin details:

We also recommend backing up your data store (as defined in config.yml in ‘store’ -> ‘path’) before upgrading to this version!

Now, on to the changes!

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v1.1.3


v1.1.2


v1.1.1


v1.1.0

We recommend re-uploading all of your tracks after doing this update! Some new features will only work with new track assets!

Please also consult the config.yml in the zip file, there is a new section: “live_map” that you must add to your config.yml to get live map functionality!


v1.0.2


v1.0.1


v1.0.0

Initial Release!