warp.db entry format?

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Miah
 
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warp.db entry format?

Postby Miah » October 30th, 2011, 12:10 pm

Anyone know what the format is for the entries in warp.db? Was using Commandbook and forgot to disable it's warp command, so till recently was using it's system. Now all my warps are stores in this format in its warp.scv:
"ispit","world","<username>","85.9375","5.0","-3093.75","10.64967","-266.61954"

I've tried to reformatting all the entries to what I guessed is Warpz0r format to no effect. Also tried making it in to a warps.txt that i put in the plugins/warpz0r folder but didn't load it so it's probably wrong format for that file as well.

Drakia
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Re: warp.db entry format?

Postby Drakia » October 30th, 2011, 12:14 pm

Here you go :)
name:X:Y:Z:Yaw:world:cost

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Re: warp.db entry format?

Postby Drakia » October 30th, 2011, 2:42 pm

You seem to have one extra entry on every line after "sdpack", it's causing the world name to be read in as the cost.

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Re: warp.db entry format?

Postby Miah » October 30th, 2011, 2:43 pm

Thanks, got them working. many of them are 3K + out so remake them would of been a pain.
edit: lol as soon as i made the other post found the entry and delete the post. evident not fast enough.

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Re: warp.db entry format?

Postby Drakia » October 30th, 2011, 3:09 pm

Haha, glad you got them working :D
There is going to be an update to warpz0r today that changes the format, but it will be backwards compatible so you should be good :)


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