[Mod] Throwing [0.13] [throwing]

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[Mod] Throwing [0.13] [throwing]

by Jeija » Sun Jan 01, 2012 15:26

Hey!

This mod adds simple bows and arrows to minetest.
There is no good texture for them yet... Send in yours if you want to and I'll add them to my mod.
Crafting Recipes:
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And some screenshots...
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You can use the code to add your own throwable things...
What about TNT/Grenades/whatever?

I think the scriptapi should have a possibility to get the name of an object, this gave me the possibility to make arrows disappear when they hit a mob. Would be nice if someone added that.

There still seems to be a bug: The bow sometimes disappears when shooting, especially when a game has just started, but this doesn't seem to be a mod issue.

Works from minetest 20111228 and better - you may have to compile this from github!
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V 0.1 as .tar.gz
V 0.11 as .tar.gz
V 0.12 as .tar.gz
V 0.13 as .tar.gz

Latest git as .zip
Latest git as .tar.gz

Dependencies: none


Cheers,
Jeija

License: WTFPL
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by sfan5 » Sun Jan 01, 2012 15:48

+2!! I like it
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by jordan4ibanez » Sun Jan 01, 2012 17:45

SEE?! i told you it was possible jeija! :D +9001
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by sdzen » Sun Jan 01, 2012 18:01

I ever so slightly altered the textures they might look a bit better
https://www.sugarsync.com/pf/D6068353_8269537_298551
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by Hackeridze » Sun Jan 01, 2012 18:23

Jeija, you can get strings from RTMMP's version of ROPE mod. RTMMP's ROPE mod depends on RTMMP's FLOWERS mod.
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by cosarara97 » Sun Jan 01, 2012 18:31

Good! +5
I've just killed a rat with it xD but it disappeared, so I can't eat it...
Idea: You don't shoot until you release the mouse button, and the velocity depends on how much time have you been pressing it (with a maximum)
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by Hackeridze » Sun Jan 01, 2012 18:34

Bad realization.
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by sfan5 » Sun Jan 01, 2012 18:49

Hackeridze wrote:Bad realization.

It's 75% the best possible realization
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by Hackeridze » Sun Jan 01, 2012 20:11

sfan5 wrote:
Hackeridze wrote:Bad realization.

It's 75% the best possible realization

Are you idiot?
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local objs = minetest.env:get_objects_inside_radius({x=playerpos.x,y=playerpos.y,z=playerpos.z}, 2)


He look to objects, but if 2 players shooting? Okay, we need a patch:
minetest.env:add_entity() should return objref to added entity. Just simple patch.
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by sfan5 » Sun Jan 01, 2012 20:16

Hackeridze wrote:
sfan5 wrote:
Hackeridze wrote:Bad realization.

It's 75% the best possible realization

Are you idiot?

No
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by sapier » Sun Jan 01, 2012 20:21

minetest.env:add_entity() should return objref to added entity. Just simple patch.


I agree with that, would need it in animals mod too

But i don't agree with those insultings, don't we all want to improove minetest? It would be strange if we all had the same opinion how to do that.
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by Hackeridze » Sun Jan 01, 2012 20:22

sfan5 wrote:
Hackeridze wrote:
sfan5 wrote:It's 75% the best possible realization

Are you idiot?

No

So you just mistaken in suggestion about code-quality?
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by sapier » Sun Jan 01, 2012 20:27

Code quality is important, but It doesn't justify calling anybody an idiot.

As well as I assume we do have different opinions on what is code quality too ;-)
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by Hackeridze » Sun Jan 01, 2012 20:34

Who I call an idiot?
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by sapier » Sun Jan 01, 2012 20:42

Are you idiot?


I appologize if I did translate it wrong but in my country asking this question is almost exactly the same as calling.
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by Tsumiman » Sun Jan 01, 2012 20:43

So you just mistaken in suggestion about code-quality?

And how does code-quality associated with calling sombody an idiot? And, it's really looks like good realisation, without modification of actual C++ code.

Who I call an idiot?


Are you idiot?


Вот из-за таких мудрецов как ты, русских и считают упоротыми бананами 95% иностранцев.

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by Jeija » Sun Jan 01, 2012 20:44

If you don't like the mod, Hackeridze, just ignore it!
It was, as sfan said, the 75% best possible solution without changing the minetest c++ source.
I don't want to have any dependencies for my mods, that's why I didn't use any other mods or create a custom minetest version...
RTMMMP's things can be added when creating a mod-pack.
Okay, we need a patch:
minetest.env:add_entity() should return objref to added entity.

I agree
And as I already said, there should also be a way to get the name of an object when you have the objref.
@sdzen: Gonna implement your textures. Thx!!
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by Hackeridze » Sun Jan 01, 2012 20:56

sapier wrote:
Are you idiot?


I appologize if I did translate it wrong but in my country asking this question is almost exactly the same as calling.

People in your country are wrong.

sapier wrote:If you don't like the mod, Hackeridze, just ignore it!

Im just find bad code and say it for you, so now you know how to fix your mistakes.

sapier wrote:It was, as sfan said, the 75% best possible solution without changing the minetest c++ source.

He said:
sfan5 wrote:It's 75% the best possible realization


sapier wrote:RTMMMP's things can be added when creating a mod-pack.

It will added then minetest.env:add_entity() will return objref of added entity.

Tsumiman, тебя никто не спрашивал. Я же не говорю, кем считаю их?

Tsumiman wrote:And how does code-quality associated with calling sombody an idiot?

Because we can forgive idiot's mistakes.
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by sapier » Sun Jan 01, 2012 21:03

Because we can forgive idiot's mistakes.


<ironic> Yes, I think we can do that</ironic>
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by Hackeridze » Sun Jan 01, 2012 21:04

sapier wrote:
Because we can forgive idiot's mistakes.


<ironic> Yes, I think we can do that</ironic>

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by Tsumiman » Sun Jan 01, 2012 21:05

It's 75% the best possible realization

"possible realization" means realization without changing C++ code, that's quite obviously. If minetest.env:add_entity() behavior would be changed, then there will be better realization.

Also, I should admit, that asking if somebody is an idiot only shows that you are a moron, who don't know how to lead a discussion. In any language and country.
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by sapier » Sun Jan 01, 2012 21:06

But this discussion is a little bit off-topic, without changes to minetest a really good solution is impossible so we should ask celeron to add at least the return value to add_entity
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by sfan5 » Sun Jan 01, 2012 21:07

sapier wrote:As well as I assume we do have different opinions on what is code quality too ;-)

Right
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by Jeija » Sun Jan 01, 2012 21:28

But this discussion is a little bit off-topic

Right, let's do something productive:
I added sdzen's textures and changed the code a little... but no new features.
The Download link is in the first post in this topic above.
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by Tsumiman » Sun Jan 01, 2012 21:51

Line 81, obj:getpos().y==self.object:getpos().y is checked two times. Seems quite strange. Maybe is should be z-coordinate check in third line?
 

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