Discussion in 'Scripts' started by IDBurner, Dec 4, 2016.

  1. IDBurner

    IDBurner New Member

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    This is more for Kannkor

    ISXEQ2's git has several free Ogre scripts.

    Many which are outdated and need work.

    I have been updating some for my personal use but now I have now been pushing some items to the Git for updates.

    Is it ok to push these free Ogre script changes?

    Ogre Transmute - Added Salvaging and Refining Options

    Ogre Hireling - Works for T12 (one in github is only to T9)
    Last edited: Dec 4, 2016
  2. Kannkor

    Kannkor Ogre

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    Hold off on that for now please.
    I want to look and see if i can change the directory structure or something. I don't want files (on my patcher) and on the SVN be the same file name but different source.

    I'll try to look at it this week. I'm thinking I could just do a /OgreOpenSource/ and dump them all in there.
  3. IDBurner

    IDBurner New Member

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    Alright, I will hold off until you have sorted it. I thought to make them stand alone from the Ogre items, but they are just modifications to your stuff and that didn't seem right.
  4. IDBurner

    IDBurner New Member

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    Ok so I moved the items that I have been updating and am working on to OgreFree. 'run ogrefree' just seems easier than 'run ogreopensource' :p

    At the moment it is just Transmuting/Refining/Salvaging, Hireling (not X), and Depot.

    Likely at this time that will be about it as I don't really use anything else. Depot is not 100% so once it is I plan up it to the Git under OgreFree.

    Depot has been rebuilt from the ground up, I am leaving it in the OgreFree family though.

    I have also modified the UI to reflect only the 3 scripts in the current OgreFree lineup.
    Last edited: Dec 14, 2016
  5. Kannkor

    Kannkor Ogre

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    Perfect thank you! Sorry I didn't get around to this yet.
  6. IDBurner

    IDBurner New Member

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    Don't sweat it. Messing with these old scripts of yours has been quite helpful in learning LavishScript and ISXscripts.

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