Borderlands repository has migrated

The Borderlands repository has been migrated to GitHub (and removed from SVN).

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18 Responses to “Borderlands repository has migrated”

  1. ronaldo cabezas cortez says:


  2. Kasdeijah says:

    how does it works? i doesen’t see any exe file or something.

  3. dyc says:

    Is there gonna be a save editor for borderlands 3?

  4. Shinlucifeh says:

    Hey gibbed! If I become a patreon can I get my name on the credits of the save editor of Bl3? Idc for credits anywhere else, just the bl3 editor, really… When will you release?

    • Rick says:

      If your goal is to get on a credits list, then yeah, I have a tier on Patreon for that. I haven’t prompted anyone for their names just yet but will do so before an editor release.

  5. Sunny says:

    Any news on borderlands 3 save editor?

  6. Sunny says:

    Hey Rick, can we get an update on gib for PC version, for BL3?

  7. Veel says:

    DId anyone manage to build this from this source on github? Im trying to open this up in VS 2019 but none of the projects manage to load correctly. Could it be that i have the wrong preview version of .net core SDK?

  8. somero says:

    I couldn’t find any “feedback” page,
    so decided to wirte it down here.
    AUTHOR (of this nice software piece), PLEASE,
    make a new release of this program (BL2 Save Editor)
    with ONE little correction of process of
    adding new Item/Weapon to Backpack/Bank.
    (if the first step is selecting of the «Set» – «Base Game» or exact DLC – as it is now)
    the list of available Items must be automatically restricted to only related to this DLC
    (in this case the existing first step become excess)
    let the list of all items be complete (as we have it now),
    but the «Set» field must instantly automatically being filled by the name of DLC (or Base Game), which now-selected Item is belong to.
    Beacuse the Red Frame (which is appearing on Item field when the now-selected Item doesn’t match the Set) is only annoying – NOT helping to “craft” the right “stuff”.
    I have some more propositions (for example – the using of the CTRL and SHIFT keys, the RIGHT using of the TAB key), but they are less needed.
    Thank you for advance.

  9. K says:

    Hey Rick, thank you for putting all the work into this. I was just wondering if there was anywhere you could point me to learn more about decrypting/editing save files. I had the idea of writing a small save editor as a personal coding challenge but I’m not sure where to start.

  10. Econtr0l says:

    Please make the Save Editor for Borderlands 3 and Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep: A Wonderlands One-Shot Adventure