Staff Assistant (Source Code)

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Danielle
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Staff Assistant (Source Code)

Post by Danielle » Tue Jan 08, 2013 10:14 pm

I have not been involved with POL development for some time, but while going through an old backup I located some of the tools I wrote for building and administrating a server.

This tool is the Staff Assistant tool, a small, multi-tabbed program that allows quick and convenient access to nearly every function a GM, world-builder or staffer could need. The program was in beta stages and most features were complete and working, but some were still in development.

The tool will need to be updated, that is certain. Additionally, some things are hard-coded for use with the server I was building so that will need changed as well. Hopefully some aspiring programmer can pick it up and continue the development.

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Additionally, a List Editor was made for editing the lists used to populate the Building Creator, Items, etc. tabs. This tool was still in the alpha stage and still needs a lot of work.

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Both are programmed in VB.NET using Visual Studio 2005.

I am releasing this under the Open Software License.
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Re: Staff Assistant (Source Code)

Post by Yukiko » Wed Jan 09, 2013 5:31 am

Oh my goodness!

Thank you Danielle!!!!

This looks like a great replacement for Dundee's Other Hand. Looks like I am going to have to brush-up on my Visual Basic.

FYI for folks wanting to compile this under VS 2010 Professional, VS will need to convert it. It converts just fine and compiles perfectly.

Thanks again Danielle!
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Yukiko

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