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Don't bother with silly things like that, pull with rebase instead.
I usually have to stash, pull rebase and stash pop when needing to update my working copy ._. (usually when updating, I have some changes)
 
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Omg, the getThing() is a thing of beauty, omg.
Thank you, I've added some more stuff to the wiki now. https://github.com/opentibia/server/wiki

names* prolly :D
Well, you can't access the parameter names from inside of a lua script, no. (Well, technically you can through the debug module, but that's a bad idea).

At least most of the functions are listed in the wiki now.

I usually have to stash, pull rebase and stash pop when needing to update my working copy ._. (usually when updating, I have some changes)
pull --rebase is evil, it's very easy to create bad commits by using it. Do proper merges instead so that all commits can be checked out and used properly.
 

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@Remere There is so much that seems to be need to be done in the lua side, Is there anything you prioritize?on the lua side.
 

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@Remere well, I have never had problems with stash, rebase, stash pop... but I heard merging branch with itself is a bad practice (not my shit!)

@topic I could probably contribute sometime ;-)
 

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pull --rebase is evil, it's very easy to create bad commits by using it. Do proper merges instead so that all commits can be checked out and used properly.
No, it isn't, as long as you only use it for fetching the remote changes without creating redundant merges. There is nothing dangerous about this because you're not really rewriting history.

You're right that once you start rebasing outside of that you need to think if what you're doing is a good idea. That's when it's just more convenient to merge anyway.
 

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Working on a Brain / AI script that allows diffrent personalities and actions to diffrent NPCs (Overrides available)
 

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Why am i even here, i don't understand a word, wtf is that? Can someone explain.
 

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@Mindrage;

Thanks Mindrage for the dependencies.

Can you share your VS2010 project file?. I really have no idea how to make my own.

@Post;

About PyOT (2011), PyOT is completed as I'm informed.

Remere said:
Wow! This is so awesome, you actually did it!

I support this project 110%, Python is waaaaaaaaaaaaay better for server than C++. God if this works out it will be superb.
Post Link; http://otfans.net/threads/177942-PyOT-An-OpenTibia-server-coded-in-Python?p=1527770&viewfull=1#post1527770
 
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I'm so glad there is a huge change and a brand new era of OpenTibia coming in the near future. Now it will be a battle of the libraries, whoever develops the best library of custom script systems based on RSS.

It will indeed be a sad day to see OTfans gone, I've been a member there since 2005 (knightfire).
I might even pitch in just a month worth of donator, but I just don't see myself active on that forum as the community has just suddenly vanished.
At least I can say I had experienced the golden age, I'm sure some others would feel the same.

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Omg, the getThing() is a thing of beauty, omg.
Actually it's nothing to really be excited about, just an object-oriented style based script system.
 
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Actually it's nothing to really be excited about, just an object-oriented style based script system.
It may not be exciting news for you, but from a developers point of view, it is a wet dream. Not that I code much in LUA, but just the fact that it does allow for some object oriented programming, yay!
 

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It may not be exciting news for you, but from a developers point of view, it is a wet dream. Not that I code much in LUA, but just the fact that it does allow for some object oriented programming, yay!
Well, I used to code a lot of Lua back in times but I just adapt to whatever system is available, so it makes no difference for me to be honest, but yeah, I get your point that some people might prefer it over the current system :p.
 

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The changed couse of the "DDOS attack"?????
 

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Tala what will happend after the 3 months? will otfans be down or when i typ otfans.net i will come to otland??
 
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