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Quote from Torhal
Ugh. I've actually seen people who say that on WoW in regards to gear. Same principle. To hell with pretty - function over form!

Well there are those RP folks. Not that I'm one of them or anything.

First rule of engineering: Form follows function.
Second rule of engineering: Apply power.
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posted a message on Comparing Tables
Thank you... your Kung Fu is mighty.
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posted a message on Comparing Tables
Also, is there a reason why you used
`TableA[#TableA + 1] = v;`

`tinsert(TableA,v);`
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posted a message on Comparing Tables
Thanks for you quick response. I think it's important that I understand exactly how this works so I just want to get a little clarification/confirmation.

```local tempA, tempB = {}, {}
for _, v in ipairs(TableA) do
tempA[v] = true
end
for _, v in ipairs(TableB) do
tempB[v] = true
end```
In the section above you're just using this to go from interger keys to data keys in a new table, correct? You're then wiping the original tables and then adding them back in (from the temp tables) based on whether or not they exist in the other list?

The only question I have is: Should it be
```for v in pairs(TempA) do
...
end```
or

```for _,v in pairs(TempA) do
...
end```
If it the first, can you please explain why?
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posted a message on Comparing Tables
So I was looking for a nice efficient way to accomplish a table comparison. I have a way that works, but it involes a lot of looping throught the lists and it's not something that I'm really happy with. Here's my example:

```-- Names used without permission.  :D
TableA = {"Tekhub", "Kaelten", "ckknight", "Xinhuan", "Kaelten"}  --Max 10 entries
TableB = {"ckknight","Tekhub","OrionShock"}                       --Max 10 entries```
By the end of the process I'd like TableA to contain only entries not in TableB and vice-versa. Also, TableA may contain duplicates initially, but should not contain any at the end of the process.
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posted a message on Just noticed...
Happy birthday!
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Quote from Nevcairiel
Thats right. The Captcha is just the fallback. If you have Flash, you'll just see a Link in a flash widget, and on click it'll download. It really looks nearly like before, except that the font is a bit different, and that on right click you get the flash context menu ;)

You crafty... me like. :D
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posted a message on Error when trying to commit to SVN for first time
Here's what I use for my externals:

```libs/LibStub svn://svn.wowace.com/wow/libstub/mainline/tags/1.0
libs/CallbackHandler-1.0 svn://svn.wowace.com/wow/callbackhandler/mainline/tags/1.0.3/CallbackHandler-1.0
libs/AceGUI-3.0 svn://svn.wowace.com/wow/ace3/mainline/tags/Beta-r803/AceGUI-3.0
libs/AceConfig-3.0 svn://svn.wowace.com/wow/ace3/mainline/tags/Beta-r803/AceConfig-3.0
libs/AceConsole-3.0 svn://svn.wowace.com/wow/ace3/mainline/tags/Beta-r803/AceConsole-3.0
libs/AceDB-3.0 svn://svn.wowace.com/wow/ace3/mainline/tags/Beta-r803/AceDB-3.0
libs/AceEvent-3.0 svn://svn.wowace.com/wow/ace3/mainline/tags/Beta-r803/AceEvent-3.0
libs/AceComm-3.0 svn://svn.wowace.com/wow/ace3/mainline/tags/Beta-r803/AceComm-3.0```
Note: svn:externals is a folder-property, not a file-property.
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posted a message on Error when trying to commit to SVN for first time
The .pkgmeta file is only used by the server-side packager. If you want to grab the libs when you do an update, use svn:externals.
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So are you saying that if you have Flash installed and enabled, you'll won't see a CAPTCHA?
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posted a message on Error when trying to commit to SVN for first time
It's a little on the difficult side to find these days, but this should have everything you need: http://old.wowace.com/wiki/SVN_For_Beginners

The main reason for this is to maintain cross-platform compatibility. Some platforms CR/LF pairs for line endings, and some just use LF. "Native" is whatever your particular OS uses.
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Sorry... I meant to mean that I haven't seen a single CAPTCHA and haven't been stopped from downloading anything. I've tried it both logged-in and logged-out and there's been no change.
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Odd... I haven't seen a single CAPTCHA at all on either Curse.com or WowAce.com.
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posted a message on WoWAce SVN won't let me tag anymore
This still seems to be unresolved. Has anybody taken a look at it? Thanks.
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