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OFFLINE   Zelly

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Hey all! I am still here.
 
I am kind of working on the next version a little more lately since silent 0.9.0 is out and it has lua 5.3.
 
I kind of already had a developmental build on a separate branch because et legacy runs lua 5.3 as well.
So I just went #YOLO and am going to work on making it a main release.
 
I still have to go and test a lot of stuff.
I went and wrote up a make shift change log of what is currently in the new release.
 
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OFFLINE   Spyhawk

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A step in the right direction

Still no lighter version planned? :)

What about using real SQL database support?



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I tried but I always run into some problem that just doesn't make sense.

Also I can't do SQL. I can't even get as far as compiling the lua sql or finding the correct ones is too much of a hassle for me, which is why I have been asking for help on that part from the beginning.

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A step in the right direction

I'll let you know if we achieve something on the SQL side then.



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Seems we got success earlier than expected with LuaSQL  B)

 

We'll likely write our own lightweight admin suite, since none of the existing projects fit our objectives for the Legacy mod. Would you be interested in participating in? It would have basics features only: Lua 5.3 only, LuaSQL db backend, adminlevel management, warn, kick, ban, mute, gib and ideally it would be modular and easily extensible for any future needs.


Edited by Spyhawk, 12 December 2015 - 08:41 AM.






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