A question about server required config file values.

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Yukiko
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A question about server required config file values.

Post by Yukiko » Sat Aug 12, 2017 4:27 pm

I am muddling my way through the Core changes text file adding all the new settings to the various config files such as pol.cfg. In many of the descriptions for the new settings the developer will write something like "if set to false...". Does that mean literally "false" or conversely "true" or will the digital equivalent of zero (0) for false and one (1) for true be acceptable? I ask because most of the settings traditionally appear to take a 0 or a 1 as arguments.

Here's an example of why I ask:
10-27-2015 Bodom:
Added: New pol.cfg option AllowMultiClientsPerAccount (default: false)
When true, allows multiple characters from the same account to be
logged in at the same time
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Yukiko

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Re: A question about server required config file values.

Post by DevGIB » Sat Aug 12, 2017 10:04 pm

I believe when they refer to true or false they are referring to 0 and 1 in most cases.

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Re: A question about server required config file values.

Post by Yukiko » Sun Aug 13, 2017 12:31 am

So do I but I wanted to confirm it. Nando confirmed that 1 or 0 is what to use.
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