I just switched, finally, from FuBar to entire LDB replacements, and I've run up against a wall. Broker_Routes doesn't, unfortunately, recreate the features I used RoutesFu for (easy access to displaying/hiding routes, and starting/stopping/changing directions for waypoints).
Is there a published API somewhere I haven't found yet I could peek at as I consider trying to add this functionality into Broker_Routes for myself, or should I just start reading the code itself? (Which I can do, just wondered if there was a centralized Routes API published somewhere to save some time)
Recently I've been having problems with Routes working with Gatherer in Un'Goro Crater. I get the error when I do Add> and choose Un'Goro from the zone list. When I scroll down There "Gatherer" section for checking nodes simply isn't there.
This only happens with Un'Goro Crater, All other zones I've tried work fine (haven't tried every single one) I started a Thread over on the gatherer site as well but they can't seem to help.
Here is the error I'm getting:
Date: 2009-02-14 23:54:15
Error occured in: Global
Message: ..\AddOns\Routes\Plugins\Gatherer.lua line 44:
bad argument #2 to 'format' (string expected, got nil)
Take a look at plugins/Gatherer.lua, specifically lines 36, and 38-43
I found the problem with Routes + Gatherer + Un'Goro. It's because the object number of the node for a Power Crystal is returned by Gatherer.Storage.ZoneGatherNames(), but the string "TREASURE_POWERCRYST" is the value for the power crystals in Gatherer.Nodes.Names, so translatednode is nil for Power Crystals.
I'm working on a patch to the Gatherer plugin that will correct this.
Just installed Routes, and wish I had done so a long time ago. I'm using it with Gatherer, and while I'm sure GatherMate works better with Routes (given they share an author, the callback support, etc), I'll be keeping Gatherer for my own reasons.
What I'm noticing is that I don't seem to have an option to form Routes based on Iron nodes, despite having Iron nodes marked and showing up in the zone. Any ideas as to why?