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xeon
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Command list

Post by xeon » Sun Aug 30, 2009 4:44 am

Has anyone ever done a tool of some kind to list all the textcmd, grouped by cmdlevel?

I would like to clean up all the old commands, having all of them sorted by cmdlevel would be a great time saving.

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Re: Command list

Post by westrupp » Mon Aug 31, 2009 3:38 am

maybee you can use this in urgent moment...

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cd textcmd
dir *.src /s > ltp1

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Re: Command list

Post by xeon » Mon Aug 31, 2009 4:07 am

westrupp wrote:maybee you can use this in urgent moment...

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cd textcmd
dir *.src /s > ltp1
Thank you. Yes I can do it, but I would like to have it for all the textcmd folders of all packages.

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Re: Command list

Post by AsYlum » Mon Aug 31, 2009 9:51 am

http://docs.polserver.com/pol098/single ... lsysem.xml

and look into distro pkg named control. There's special command bar ;)

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Re: Command list

Post by xeon » Tue Sep 01, 2009 6:37 am

AsYlum wrote:http://docs.polserver.com/pol098/single ... lsysem.xml

and look into distro pkg named control. There's special command bar ;)
Very nice!
Unfortunately I'm still with POL096, too much burden in upgrading all the scripts :/

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Re: Command list

Post by Turley » Tue Sep 01, 2009 12:24 pm

Then you are a lazy boy and should be punished. For example with lack of an easy way to clean up your txtcmds.

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Re: Command list

Post by Yukiko » Wed Sep 02, 2009 3:33 am

Xeon,

I think the only real problem you will have with upgrading to 0.98 is the re-organization of the *.em files because most of the other stuff is pretty much unchanged from 0.96 to 0.98. So I say go for it! Just be glad you aren't on a version earlier than 0.96.

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Re: Command list

Post by xeon » Wed Sep 02, 2009 1:10 pm

Yukiko wrote:Xeon,

I think the only real problem you will have with upgrading to 0.98 is the re-organization of the *.em files because most of the other stuff is pretty much unchanged from 0.96 to 0.98. So I say go for it! Just be glad you aren't on a version earlier than 0.96.
Well, I hope so!
We are thinking from some time to upgrade, but, apart all the others works that there are to do and the script re-writing for the new *.em, we are scared from the bugs that could be leveraged upgrading POL.

Glad to hear that it is pretty painless!


Now as a lazy boy, I'll go whip myself, I ask forgiveness Master Turley! :whip:
*flap*
*flap*
*flap*
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:D

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Re: Command list

Post by Yukiko » Thu Sep 03, 2009 4:23 am

Just play some music on Turley's UO Fiddle and he will be happy.

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Re: Command list

Post by runtest » Mon Jan 25, 2010 8:18 am

xeon wrote:
AsYlum wrote:http://docs.polserver.com/pol098/single ... lsysem.xml

and look into distro pkg named control. There's special command bar ;)
Very nice!
Unfortunately I'm still with POL096, too much burden in upgrading all the scripts :/
I will be starting a new server here soon with the newest release but before that I was still using 095.
Again with this image.

:deadhorse:

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