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Minecraft / Re: map shrinker
« Last post by Tom on Yesterday at 10:20:28 AM »
Hm, ok. procmap is the newer luaified version, that isn't finished yet. sadly. let you do a number of things to a map. trimmap is the hard coded one that just trims.
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Minecraft / Re: map shrinker
« Last post by Mr. Analog on Yesterday at 10:16:26 AM »
It may have worked the last time I looked at it... but I bet with the updates lately no chance. It'd take some time to fix as well. so he may not want to wait.

Dang, ok, I'll let her know
Mostly its that the script to generate the right defines and strings requires some manual updates when they change things. Normally its not too bad, but if theres been a bunch of breaking changes like different types of blocks that map weirdly, it takes some trial and error to get it working properly. 1:1 additions are simple enough.

That said, thats for the older version.. it has a perl script that does things semi manually.. a newer version I am/was working on uses some fancy java reflection magic but it requires MCP which can lag behind quite a bit so it can't always be up to date.

You should open source it :D I'm sure others could use it too (I know too many projects, but still!) :D
It is ;)

https://github.com/Tomasu/libmcmap for the library, and
https://github.com/Tomasu/mctools/tree/master/trimmap for the utility.

libmcmap seems to not be updated to the latest version, whups. It's not on this laptop, and my desktop is turned off atm so I can't log into it. that said, this hotel has 192.168/16 mapped to itself so I can't properly access my lan over my vpn ANYHOW. ugh. Could forward ssh some place and get in that way... but eh. maybe I'll look into it after i get back and see what kind of work is needed.

Appreciated!! Thanks!
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Minecraft / Re: map shrinker
« Last post by Tom on Yesterday at 10:12:12 AM »
It may have worked the last time I looked at it... but I bet with the updates lately no chance. It'd take some time to fix as well. so he may not want to wait.

Dang, ok, I'll let her know
Mostly its that the script to generate the right defines and strings requires some manual updates when they change things. Normally its not too bad, but if theres been a bunch of breaking changes like different types of blocks that map weirdly, it takes some trial and error to get it working properly. 1:1 additions are simple enough.

That said, thats for the older version.. it has a perl script that does things semi manually.. a newer version I am/was working on uses some fancy java reflection magic but it requires MCP which can lag behind quite a bit so it can't always be up to date.

You should open source it :D I'm sure others could use it too (I know too many projects, but still!) :D
It is ;)

https://github.com/Tomasu/libmcmap for the library, and
https://github.com/Tomasu/mctools/tree/master/trimmap for the utility.

libmcmap seems to not be updated to the latest version, whups. It's not on this laptop, and my desktop is turned off atm so I can't log into it. that said, this hotel has 192.168/16 mapped to itself so I can't properly access my lan over my vpn ANYHOW. ugh. Could forward ssh some place and get in that way... but eh. maybe I'll look into it after i get back and see what kind of work is needed.
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Minecraft / Re: map shrinker
« Last post by Mr. Analog on Yesterday at 09:55:56 AM »
It may have worked the last time I looked at it... but I bet with the updates lately no chance. It'd take some time to fix as well. so he may not want to wait.

Dang, ok, I'll let her know
Mostly its that the script to generate the right defines and strings requires some manual updates when they change things. Normally its not too bad, but if theres been a bunch of breaking changes like different types of blocks that map weirdly, it takes some trial and error to get it working properly. 1:1 additions are simple enough.

That said, thats for the older version.. it has a perl script that does things semi manually.. a newer version I am/was working on uses some fancy java reflection magic but it requires MCP which can lag behind quite a bit so it can't always be up to date.

You should open source it :D I'm sure others could use it too (I know too many projects, but still!) :D
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Minecraft / Re: map shrinker
« Last post by Tom on Yesterday at 09:48:49 AM »
It may have worked the last time I looked at it... but I bet with the updates lately no chance. It'd take some time to fix as well. so he may not want to wait.

Dang, ok, I'll let her know
Mostly its that the script to generate the right defines and strings requires some manual updates when they change things. Normally its not too bad, but if theres been a bunch of breaking changes like different types of blocks that map weirdly, it takes some trial and error to get it working properly. 1:1 additions are simple enough.

That said, thats for the older version.. it has a perl script that does things semi manually.. a newer version I am/was working on uses some fancy java reflection magic but it requires MCP which can lag behind quite a bit so it can't always be up to date.
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Minecraft / Re: map shrinker
« Last post by Mr. Analog on February 16, 2018, 05:08:44 PM »
It may have worked the last time I looked at it... but I bet with the updates lately no chance. It'd take some time to fix as well. so he may not want to wait.

Dang, ok, I'll let her know
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Minecraft / Re: map shrinker
« Last post by Tom on February 16, 2018, 04:45:15 PM »
It may have worked the last time I looked at it... but I bet with the updates lately no chance. It'd take some time to fix as well. so he may not want to wait.
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Minecraft / Re: map shrinker
« Last post by Mr. Analog on February 16, 2018, 03:58:28 PM »
Heya a friend of mine is running a server and is looking forward to the new marine update but wants to trim the map a bit. Was wondering if you ever got this working again?

Thanks
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Video / Re: OK WTF
« Last post by Melbosa on February 16, 2018, 10:10:13 AM »
There's a bunch of ads like this, I'm sure I've posted the Skeletor one before
I thought you might have, but just couldn't find it.
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Video / Re: OK WTF
« Last post by Darren Dirt on February 16, 2018, 10:03:20 AM »
https://www.facebook.com/musicademmerd/videos/1544769045573942/

I'm just ... WTF?

He-Man what are you doing!?

That was terrible, first there was a weird Uncanny Valley thing happening with He-People, and also what kind of bar was it implied to be? Plus, sorry, nothing can outdo the cringe classic https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=he-man+what%27s+going+on


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