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    posted a message on LibFilter-1.0 - Generic Item Filter Library
    Documentation is now up at http://www.wowace.com/projects/libfilter-1-0/pages/information-for-addon-authors/. I've tried to cover both filter writers and filter users in the same document.
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    posted a message on PeriodicTable-3.1
    Quote from saltorio
    Sweet. I look forward to getting a working version in Baggins (I tried to load the library as a separate addon, but Baggins didn't seem to recognize it).


    Forgot to make the new placeholders in the subfolders, should be fixed now.
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    posted a message on PeriodicTable-3.1
    I just added all the inscription / milling stuff.

    This includes the following sets:
    • Misc.Bag.Special.Inscription
    • Misc.Container.ItemsInType.Inscription
    • Tradeskill.Crafted.Inscription
    • Tradeskill.Gather.Milling
    • Tradeskill.Mat.ByProfession.Inscription
    • Tradeskill.Mat.ByType.Pigment
    • Tradeskill.Tool.Inscription
    • TradeskillResultMats.Forward.Inscription
    • TradeskillResultMats.Reverse.Inscription

    I also added the following currently empty sets:
    • Tradeskill.Recipe.Inscription.Crafted
    • Tradeskill.Recipe.Inscription.Drop
    • Tradeskill.Recipe.Inscription.Other
    • Tradeskill.Recipe.Inscription.Quest
    • Tradeskill.Recipe.Inscription.Vendor
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    posted a message on DrDamage - Official Thread
    Quote from Dally1991
    I'm still unable to make any commits. I'm no longer authorized to make apparently. So this brings me to a standstill really.


    It might be that there is a merge conflict. Try doing an "svn update --ignore-externals" to merge in to your copy from SVN. You can do an "svn diff -r BASE:HEAD" first if you wish to see what changes your missing.
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    posted a message on DrDamage - Official Thread
    Quote from jokeyrhyme
    Before I did it, I talked to a programmer friend of mine (who has no WoW/Lua experience, mind). He seemed to think it was just a personal style thing. But yeah, I'd certainly have egg on my face if we discovered the true purpose later on.


    If you are talking about stuff like "local type = type" That is an LUA optimization. Without the local, LUA needs to look up the name each time it is used. See http://lua-users.org/wiki/OptimisingUsingLocalVariables
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    posted a message on DrDamage - Official Thread
    Quote from Dally1991
    Despite that, however, it appears DrDamage isn't a project on curseforge, and therefore isn't available for cloning. =(


    It's at: http://www.wowace.com/projects/dr-damage/
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    posted a message on DrDamage - Official Thread
    Quote from Ydrisselle
    That's not right now; only the authors have access to the repositories since the transition.


    Depends on the project leaders. Project leaders have the ability to control if others can access or clone the repository under "Edit Project" and under "Edit Repository" there is an option to control if the repository even if they are not listed as authors. It's still a good idea to be courteous and check with the authors before making any changes. Though for example in my projects, LibFilter &c., I've placed notices in the source files that gives translators blanket permission to commit.
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    posted a message on DrDamage - Official Thread
    Quote from Dally1991
    Clones are hidden and private to their individual non-authors, and likely don't give us the ability to provide full releases on curse.com. That's my understanding of it, at any rate - I could be wrong.


    I believe anyone can see clones once they are created and they can even have there own files. The faq on cloning is at http://www.wowace.com/knowledge-base/cloning/

    It looks like the access type for DrDamage is set to open even though the license isn't set which in theory means that clones can be made.
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    posted a message on Baggins - Official Thread
    Quote from WanderingFox
    Not sure what's going on, but the latest version of baggins refuses to sort by periodic table set for some things, but not others.

    I have a bag set up for herbs, but everything keeps getting dumped into my main bag.

    This might have something to do with me moving back to not using external libraries, but seeing how some things still work (food, bandages, etc.) I'm not so sure.

    A quick look into the copy of periodic table located in baggins shows that herbs are infact listed (testing with peacebloom item:2447), yet it does not show up in my herbalism bag (category is just PTSet:Tradeskill.Gather.Herbalism).

    Any ideas?

    edit:
    For the record it was working just fine until I updated it today (was previously using the oct 15th release)

    edit 2:
    Appears to also have a problem with netherweave (id:21877) and the set PTSet:Tradeskill.Mat


    Looks like LibPeriodicTable-3.1 didn't get the version numbering adjustment for the data files after the SVN move, so stuff like the LibPeriodicTable-3.1-Autobar as well as versions from the old svn can override the new stuff. Wouldn't be surprised if this was the cause of your problem.
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    posted a message on PeriodicTable-3.1
    Looks like there is a "bug" in the version of tables in periodic table as a side effect of the SVN move. Since the version numbers are now lower, older tables are overriding newer ones. Also the Autobar is hard coded to use version 54697. So even if only new copies of the library is used Gear, Misc and Tradeskill will risk being overwritten by LibPeriodicTable-3.1-AutoBar.
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    posted a message on Baggins - Official Thread
    Quote from Laibcoms
    Just a heads up, I filed a ticket about new food and drinks not yet recognized by Baggins here: http://www.wowace.com/projects/baggins/tickets/2-food-drinks-not-detected-as-food-yet/

    I am not sure if it should be for Baggins or one of the Libs (like LibFilter).


    It's probably because the items are not in LibPeriodicTable-3.1 which is what Baggins uses I think.
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    posted a message on Baggins - Official Thread
    Quote from MightyDuck
    Could somebody take a quick look at Baggins_outfitter and Baggins_AnywhereBags?
    I love these addons along with Baggins. :)


    I'll probably be doing my version of Baggins_Outfitter as part of LibFilter-1.0 (perhaps this weekend). FYI mine version of Baggins_Outfitter, while offering the same features and in theory a drop in replacement is not related to the one hosted on wowace.
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    posted a message on Baggins_ClosetGnome/Baggins_ItemRack/Baggins_Usable/Baggins_Professions
    I'm about to replace these addons with a new versions based on generic filters. To use the new filters with Baggins an addon Baggins_LibFilter is will be used to add LibFilter support to baggins. In theory I should be able to make similar adaptors for other Bag addons.

    Status:
    • Baggins_LibFilter -- Released (with ClosetGnome and Outfitter), now part of LibFilter-1.0.
    • LibFilter-1.0 -- Generic Filter Library -- Released. Now working on modules for it which currently are available as part of the LibFilter-1.0 base addon:
      • LibFilter (ClosetGnome) -- Released. (Also released as a standalone Baggins_ClosetGnome)
      • LibFilter (ItemRack) -- Released. (Also released as a standalone Baggins_ItemRack)
      • LibFilter (Professions) -- Not yet written
      • LibFilter (Usable) -- In current alpha. (also in alpha of Baggins_Usable)
      • LibFilter (Outfitter) -- Not yet written

    I'm probably going to make one or two more API changes before I finalize this, but just wanted to let you know I am working on getting this stuff improved for 3.0. I did some testing a while ago on the PTR and except for Baggins_ClosetGnome the old 2.4 addons should work til I get a chance to get this new stuff out.
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    posted a message on LibFilter-1.0 - Generic Item Filter Library
    Bag addons would be the primary ones. For example instead of having a bunch of Baggins_XYZ plugins that just work with Baggins, the same filters might also be used by other bag addons. I can also see it being useful for some bar addons like autobar.

    BTW SVN is at: http://nayala-wow.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/LibFilter-1.0 and a sample plugin for Baggins at http://nayala-wow.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/Baggins_LibFilter
    Until I get the SVN hosted here though the interface may flex a little.

    It will probably make more sense once I get more of the pieces together.
    Posted in: Libraries
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