Table structure used by steamworks.FileInfo.
The Workshop item ID
The title of the Workshop item
The description of the Workshop item
The internal File ID of the workshop item, if any
The internal File ID of the workshop item preview, if any
A URL to the preview image of the workshop item
The SteamID64 of the original uploader of the addon
Unix timestamp of when the item was created
Unix timestamp of when the file was last updated
Whether the file is banned or not
Comma (,) separated list of tags, may be truncated to some length
File size of the workshop item contents
Filesize of the preview file
If the addon is subscribed, this value represents whether it is installed on the client and its files are accessible, false otherwise.
If the addon is subscribed, this value represents whether it is disabled on the client, false otherwise.
A list of child Workshop Items for this item.
For collections this will be sub-collections, for workshop items this will be the items they depend on.
The "nice" name of the Uploader, or "Unnammed Player" if we failed to get the data for some reason.
Do not use this field as it will most likely not be updated in time. Use steamworks.RequestPlayerInfo instead.
If this key is set, no other data will be present in the response.
Values above 0 represent Steam Error codes, values below 0 mean the following:
- -1 means Failed to create query
- -2 means Failed to send query
- -3 means Received 0 or more than 1 result
- -4 means Failed to get item data from the response
- -5 means Workshop item ID in the response is invalid
- -6 means Workshop item ID in response is mismatching the requested file ID