Basically, it will loop through the designated folder (and its subfolders) looking for .gif and .png files. It's coded in C#, and currently quite straight-forward, without too much error handling or options.
I've added two different files, one a zip containing a plain executable. I'm honestly not 100% sure if it will work out of the box for everyone, as it has a dependency on both the .NET framework, as well on the mysql connector. In my case, I have that file residing here:
C:\Program Files (x86)\MySQL\MySQL Connector Net 6.3.6\Assemblies\v4.0\MySql.Data.dll
You can obtain the mysql connector yourself by downloading it here:
In case you prefer not to meddle with DLLs, I also included an installation package, which should take care of everything, including a start menu installation and an uninstall option.
I tested the script both on my local setup as well as on my test server-side XF installation, and it went flawlessly. Should something not work, let me know and I'll try to address the issue ASAP.
Ideas for future updates:
[*] Include an option to "skip" smilies with the same name as the stock XF ones.
[*] Include an option to remove the existing stock XF smilies (in case one wants to overwrite all the smileys with a completely different set).
Ideas and/or suggestions welcome.
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