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Lua Unit Defs vs tdfs

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trepan
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Re: Lua Unit Defs vs tdfs

Post by trepan »

Actually, it's you who doesn't seem to get it. The output
from that program is in "static" form, it does not use any
PHP scripting features other than to define the arrays.
Maybe you'd better understand the concept if I took 2
minutes to convert it to output XML, TDF, or "static" lua;
but I doubt it.
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TradeMark
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Re: Lua Unit Defs vs tdfs

Post by TradeMark »

trepan wrote:Actually, it's you who doesn't seem to get it. The output
from that program is in "static" form, it does not use any
PHP scripting features other than to define the arrays.
Maybe you'd better understand the concept if I took 2
minutes to convert it to output XML, TDF, or "static" lua;
but I doubt it.
thats not what im talking about.
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Re: Lua Unit Defs vs tdfs

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What is it that you are trying to say?
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Re: Lua Unit Defs vs tdfs

Post by trepan »

On a tangent, something that is missing from the modinfo
feature set is the ability to see what effects ModOptions.lua
has on the various definitions. It could get a little messy,
but I thought I'd throw it out there ;)
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Re: Lua Unit Defs vs tdfs

Post by trepan »

TradeMark:
i cant open .diff files, can you send the whole
file link to me? if you cant, then forget about it
The .diff file that I attached is a text file. I would think
that someone with your obvious level of competence
would be able to open a text file. What might be eluding
you is the manner in which one applies a .diff file (aka:
.patch). The patch program is the easiest way to
do so on a *nix box.

To avoid bothering your head with such complications,
I've attached the full lua2php.cpp file to this post. You'll
want to copy it into the tools/unitsync/test/ directory
before running it.
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Tribulex
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Re: Lua Unit Defs vs tdfs

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trepan wrote:obvious level of competence
This sense of competence eludes me when i read Trademark's posts. Pretty much every one he has made on the whole forum too.
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Re: Lua Unit Defs vs tdfs

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trepan wrote:TradeMark:
i cant open .diff files, can you send the whole
file link to me? if you cant, then forget about it
The .diff file that I attached is a text file. I would think
that someone with your obvious level of competence
would be able to open a text file. What might be eluding
you is the manner in which one applies a .diff file (aka:
.patch). The patch program is the easiest way to
do so on a *nix box.

To avoid bothering your head with such complications,
I've attached the full lua2php.cpp file to this post. You'll
want to copy it into the tools/unitsync/test/ directory
before running it.
lol like every programmer would know all these linux tricks.

its just stupid to expect everyone to know your magical stuff, and you already knew i dont know, you just want to insult me.
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Re: Lua Unit Defs vs tdfs

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TradeMark wrote:you just want to insult me.
Trepan is out to get you, TFC is out to get you, I'm out to get you with .fbi -> .lua change.

Paranoid much? :regret:
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Tribulex
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Re: Lua Unit Defs vs tdfs

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if you dont know what a patch is you are a noob. officially.

yeah im out to get you too, and so is steve jobs.
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Re: Lua Unit Defs vs tdfs

Post by TradeMark »

i know what a patch is.
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