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  1. Thanks, i'll take a look LE: A.. they didn't get far Found this tho https://github.com/Ruk33/l2auth, someone is giving it a go in C, which i kinda dig.
  2. Thanks for understanding , that's what i want. :)
  3. I have no idea what you're talking about. But ok I guess. (Dunno what TFlow or AE CS and etc, also i thought 3d max was dead)
  4. But java is slow compared to a aot compiled language :D Also i'd just stick to open source software for 3d, so for asset creation it's blender and for a get up fast game engine its godot. Also not arguing buds, I'm actually hoping I can get someone as motivated to maybe watch or work with me :) LE: Here's a short presentation with blender
  5. But i did it before with other games, to some degree. Performance is in architecture not so much language, you can make it in asm and still underperform. And about languages: Kotlin = Java -> BUT! Its less verbose and has really nice utils and you can get up and running really fast, at times it can be slower than java since it has overhead runtime checks. Go -> is a machine language with a GC with sweeps under 0.5 ms. Rust -> is basically C but with an awesome compiler and a rich toolkit. (Voted most loved language) I'm not saying imma complete a mmo server by myself, i'll most probably hit a limit where I can't do it alone anymore. That's why my scope is little, and will be like interpreting of static data that we already have in l2off and l2j, combat & a completeness of client features, I'm not gonna do quests, epic bosses or elaborate systems, unless someone else wants to make up a team. Also take my veteran advice, dealing with a small scale server != designing architectures for finleap companies with 300+ people & collaborators & several banking service providers. And i really wanna get proficient with go thats why this motivates me, if it's gonna help someone fine, if not I learn more go, so i'll be happy at the end. Thanks for the concern tho :*
  6. HOLY SHIT! L2Elite is still on? I played there when i was a 15-16 yo boi, holy fuck! Yeah no promises, but i'm thinking of making a bare bones c4, but written in golang or rust. So far golang is winning altho rust is more memory efficient & speedy. I might abandon it like all my shit, but Im feeling a little excited about the challenge & the new shit i'll learn doing go. Plust C4 doesn't have all the extra bullshits and to a degree it can be streamlined in terms of development & if someone makes a server outta it, and you get a client dev like @Celestine & @deMEV, shit can get really interesting.
  7. Or is it just some fake shit im seeing in these BR/AR servers? I find it really hard to believe peeps still play that and in the thousands "online"
  8. Might have been drunk. But i used to have a issue with cyclomatic complexity in some methods, instead of breaking it up in multiple methods. For example: here, that update() function, has a cyclomatic complexity level ~14, it repeats some code and it could of been split better, it also has some bugs. A method should be good at like a complexity of 7, and it's pushing it. If you can split code and make it readable you don't need comments :P Exceptions: A line must be changed in the future(TODO), An alternative must be found but we lack in resources now(FIXME/TODO), This X code fixes an underlying issue with a library. And things like this, where it makes sense. The real problem about comments its that no one updates them anymore, take l2j for example which has comments about how something should work from 2005 1. Not true, you should of seen Nemessis & the guys when they made l2j & aion emu. And i dunno what l2j is up to today. 2. Never wanted to join l2j, and never will. All the cool guys left pre 2008 3. No one is maxed out, i still have shit to learn about things i'm proficient at be it kotlin or js, for example im really passionate about performant languages that are more or less functional & compile to machine code, i'm torn in between golang and rust now, but i think golang is the cutest. Also i never did proper ios development, only with react native, i would also wanna learn swift & make an ios app. See? always things to improve or learn. 4. Why would i do that, and mby remove that guy from the contributors if he's that bad. Also now that they have git, they don't do pull requests & review code?? 5. Im no ones groupie Why are u fanboying so hard Later edit: Why did i thought it was addressed to me? I'm getting old
  9. That sounds like the cancer i did with corvus-engine, making a runtime annotation processor like what spring boot was doing. Feedback from 2013: it can get really crappy and cause a really nasty.. eh.. habits.. don't do runtime annotations kids, definitely not on a game server, migrating made made quit.
  10. It's not his project, he's a maintainer.
  11. Oh, i actually forgot what l2jhellas even was, i know i fighted with @Tryskell and wanted to prove a point? then abandoned... similarities in this topic. Who's Maya? Anyhoo... Why are you guys fighting over whos a good dev or not? I mean we all have our different ways of coding stuff and this is L2J, you have the freedom to do w/e the fuck you want however you want. You can learn from the experience or you can stay on mxc and flame shit cause someone hurt your opinion, don't even know if that's even possible but you guys seem good at it. Imagine a code review if you guys were working on the same project, it's gonna take like 6 sprints and its still not gonna be merged haha Still tho, l2j is the best playground to learn and create cool shit, i don't understand why you guys have to compare your e-dick size.
  12. Were we talking about it? :P WHY DO U HAVE ALL THAT SHIT! I DON'T EVEN HAVE IT! Eh could of been better. <3 ya
  13. Kara sounds like that tsundere stereotype in animes. Yo
  14. Definitely 2010 vibes, i'd go with acis, since they strive to be clean and improve along the way, plus I think acis was the first pack with decent geodata and off-like features. Sometimes it feels like a perfectly tuned car, while switching to packs like mobius or this lucera, is like some patched up zombie car where the steering is off and gargles huge amounts of fuel. Hope I made sense. Also if you plan to make a server, you should at least be able to apply a patch, and acis community is helpful afaik. Pace Vouă <3
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