I've been using a modified version of Cragganmore's Wardrobe mod for a few weeks now. A user over at Curse, "SpiffyJr" modified the code to work with Timex/Ace, thus removing the Chronos and SEA dependencies.
As I said, I've used this for a few weeks now with zero issues. I know Turan and Rowne are always looking at mods that use their 'codebase' so here ya go.
LOL @ SpiffyJr's quote from the Wardrobe comments:
I removed the Sea requirement because Sea is a horribly coded piece of garbage that bogs down my system. I replaced the Chronos dependency with Timex which is a much more efficient library. You should see NO Performance loss using Timex with Wardrobe.
I honestly can't say I'm surprised. I haven't lied about Timex at any point, I spent a lot of time in-game fine-tuning it down to the last detail. What's there is only the most absolute of essentials making for the cleanest timer ever. Chronos is just a joke in comparison. I just hope the word gets out more and that more people find out about it because a lot of their lag is probably down to Chronos and how badly it deals with its handlers.
I've been waiting for this, it's actually one of the ways I found this great forum. I used Wardrobe but hated all things Chronos/Sea. I've been using Timex/Surfer, but surfer was still throwing out a few errors, as stated in the other thread. I'll give this a try.
By the way, I want to thank all the good developers here. So many of the addons out there are full of bloat, and it's nice to find a place that strives for perfection. I've switched out many of the ones I was using for things found here, and hopefully look forward to more to come.
Devla, thank you so much for pointing this out. It's always great to see yet another person adopting better practices. More and more people are recognizing that there are indeed better ways to build addons, that you can have the same features and flexibility without the bloat and lag.
Jahmonzu, glad you found us. Our goal is to deliver addons that are fun, feature-filled, and yet still system-friendly. There are certainly more coming.
Wow, I didn't think that little modification would make it all the way over here to the kings of coding themselves. Personally, I deal more with PHP/MySQL right now and dabble in a little C++ coding. I'm currently working on a project that incorporates both PHP and LUA to let guilds sign up for raids online and then be auto-invited in game. I know little to nothing about the LUA language but simple hacks like the one listed here aren't a problem. I'm not new to coding but I'm sure I'll have problems when it's time for me to code up the LUA addon. I'll be sure to ask questions here because it seems like the "good" programmers hideout.
<looks in mirror>
I just pretend I can code...and thats.....OK....
Because I'm good enough, I'm smart enough and gosh darnit, people like me
Pardon? I can't follow you. Either I took you wrong or you took me wrong. I've only wanted to say that there is an issues with this version and because there is no other thread I've mentioned it here so SpiffyJR can fix this by chance. I didn't pretend anything, just to get things clear.
If I completely misunderstood you, nevermind at all ;)
I know a few languages but LUA isn't one of them. Once I start developing my phpRecap addon to go with my web-based script I'm sure I'll come back around and fix that wardrobe problem because it really annoys me too.