I'm writing a brand new Gracia Final/Epilogue extender, if you want to try it or have a look at sources, I'll put some development versions here: it's hosted on bitbucket.
Now it does almost nothing but I'll add some new stuff over time... I'm adding new stuff over time :)
What is MyExt64
MyExt64 is new opensource extender for l2off Gracia Final server (l2_off_gracia_final) supporting Gracia Final and Gracia Epilogue chronicles. It uses some knowledge from OSIE extender, MXC extender and maybe other extenders.
Supports protocols 83 (Gracia Final) and 152 (Gracia Epilogue update 1)
Protocol 87 (Gracia Final update 1) should be working but is not tested
Supports Gracia Epilogue skill enchanting + buy/sell
Supports Gracia Epilogue refund
Supports Gracia Epilogue mail system
Bunch of bugfixes (some ported from OSIE, some ported from MXC extender)
Voice commands - offline trade, experience gain on/off, server time, online player count
Configurable item enchant (safe/chances)
Custom drop/spoil rate algorithm
Custom event drop algorithm (flat chance based)
Players in the same command channel are treated as allies
Configurable max level for main/subclass
Configurable clan restriction (penalties)
Configurable buff slot count + max divine inspiration bonus
Configurable vitality level ranges
Configurable autoloot system
Embedded Gracia Final AI (NASC) compiler
How to use it
If you're not familiar with l2off, it will probably require learning some stuff (MXC forum is a good start).
To just use the last build, copy following files from server folder in this repository to your server folder:
* MyExt64.dll - main extender file
* MyExt64.ini - extender configuration
* MyExt64Loader.exe - extender loader
and run the server via MyExt64Loader.exe
If you're more experienced with messing around PE files, you can add MyExt64.dll to import table of L2Server.exe and add call to DllMain. How to compile it
You should get Visual Studio 2005. Maybe it would be possible to compile it on some newer Visual Studio, but you'll have to define your own templates for std::vector and std::map (and possibly more containers) to match memory layout of their VS2005 versions.
MyExt64 has no external dependencies and requires only standard libraries for Windows development.