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{{Leak Patch infobox
 
{{Leak Patch infobox
 
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|caption1=Frontpage of website, [http://leaknet.tk leaknet.tk]
 
|caption1=Frontpage of website, [http://leaknet.tk leaknet.tk]
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|caption2=Screenshot of a LeakNet Mod Launcher
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|date_released=Ongoing<!-- Date of latest release. Preferred format: October 14, 2017; if it is continued, then "ongoing" -->
 
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*2R1Zt
 
*2R1Zt
 
*Milkyway M16
 
*Milkyway M16
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*Maelstrom
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*TriAng3l (SiPlus)
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*Aptem
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*Juest
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*XJR9000
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*Sergeant Stacker
 
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Leaknet is a patch for the Leak that offers a number of fixes, and reimplements some broken features present in the source code.
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LeakNet is a patch for the Leak that offers a number of fixes, and reimplements some broken features present in the source code.
  
 
==Overview==
 
==Overview==
Leaknet is developed by VXP, operating primarily under the website [http://leaknet.tk leaknet.tk], and began development sometime in 2014<ref>https://web.archive.org/web/20160118040802/http://leaknet.tk/svnlog.php - Earliest dated entry is 2/18/14. </ref>.
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LeakNet is developed by VXP, operating primarily under the website [http://leaknet.tk leaknet.tk], and began development in August of 2012. Previous version of a patch wasn't called LeakNet, and being developed by two people (Cath_ and VXP) for about a year before.
  
 
It has grown to be the primarily used patch thanks to both the number of fixes it offers, as well as its lightweight size and system load in comparison to most other "DLL-patching" patches available.
 
It has grown to be the primarily used patch thanks to both the number of fixes it offers, as well as its lightweight size and system load in comparison to most other "DLL-patching" patches available.
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It is still being developed today.
 
It is still being developed today.
 
==Installation==
 
==Installation==
Information relating to the installation of this patch can be found here:
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Information relating to the installation of this patch can be found on the [https://hl2-beta.ru/index.php?action=downloads;sa=view;down=83 Project Beta download page]
https://hl2-beta.ru/index.php?action=downloads;sa=view;down=83
 
==References==
 
<references/>
 
 
[[Category:Half-Life]]
 
[[Category:Half-Life]]
 
[[Category:Beta Patches]]
 
[[Category:Beta Patches]]
 
[[Category:2003 Leaks]]
 
[[Category:2003 Leaks]]

Latest revision as of 11:25, 5 October 2019

LeakNet
Leaknet website.png
Frontpage of website, leaknet.tk
Modlauncher.png
Screenshot of a LeakNet Mod Launcher
Basic Information
Authors
Code fixes? Yes
File Size ~30 MB
Authors
  • VXP
Contributors

LeakNet is a patch for the Leak that offers a number of fixes, and reimplements some broken features present in the source code.

Overview

LeakNet is developed by VXP, operating primarily under the website leaknet.tk, and began development in August of 2012. Previous version of a patch wasn't called LeakNet, and being developed by two people (Cath_ and VXP) for about a year before.

It has grown to be the primarily used patch thanks to both the number of fixes it offers, as well as its lightweight size and system load in comparison to most other "DLL-patching" patches available.

It is still being developed today.

Installation

Information relating to the installation of this patch can be found on the Project Beta download page