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Basic Mod
#1
I want a mod with nothing in it. I want the init() onPlayerConnect() onPlayerSpawned() and that's it. I tried doing that myself but I got an error.
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#2
Code:
#include common_scripts\utility;
#include maps\mp\_utility;
#include maps\mp\gametypes\_hud_util;

init()
{    
    level thread onPlayerConnect();
    level.allowupdate = true;
}

onPlayerConnect()
{
    self endon("disconnect");
    for(;;)
    {
        level waittill( "connected", player);
        player thread onPlayerSpawned();
    }
}

onPlayerSpawned()
{
    self endon("disconnect");
    for(;;)
    {
        self waittill("spawned_player");
    }
}
That should do it.
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#3
(10-31-2013, 02:42)DidUknowiPwn Wrote:
Code:
#include common_scripts\utility;
#include maps\mp\_utility;
#include maps\mp\gametypes\_hud_util;

init()
{    
    level thread onPlayerConnect();
    level.allowupdate = true;
}

onPlayerConnect()
{
    self endon("disconnect");
    for(;;)
    {
        level waittill( "connected", player);
        player thread onPlayerSpawned();
    }
}

onPlayerSpawned()
{
    self endon("disconnect");
    for(;;)
    {
        self waittill("spawned_player");
    }
}
That should do it.

That's a bit wrong.
Code:
init()
{    
    level thread onPlayerConnect();
}

onPlayerConnect()
{
    level endon("game_ended");
    for(;;)
    {
        level waittill( "connected", player);
        player thread onPlayerSpawned();
    }
}

onPlayerSpawned()
{
    self endon("disconnect");
    for(;;)
    {
        self waittill("spawned_player");
    }
}

It's better to use 'level' struct, 'self' can redirect it wrong.
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#4
Meh oh well. This is what I use for most of my script gsc's works fine. But I get what you mean.
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#5
Self is the owner of the thread, which in that case was "level". Can't redirect wrong there, luckily, so both examples work perfectly well.
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#6
Both of those scripts give me an error.
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#7
(11-01-2013, 23:55)CheeseToast Wrote: Both of those scripts give me an error.

Could you tell us, - which error?
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#8
lol if it's giving you an error then you're doing some wrong, are you using that base and running it? Or did you edit some stuff and then run it?
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#9
It's unknown function. I found out why I got the error it's because I need all the rank scripts that are in every mod.
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#10
...huh?
You've been overriding _rank with the blank scirpt?
._.
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