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4 minutes ago, Kara` said:

We said the same thing using different words. Seem like hikari is the way to go in terms of management of connection but speaking of speed the difference is small i don't see why you wrote "if thats what you understood". I didn't say it's trash i said back when i tried it, it had many problems. (in 2016 or so i can't remember exactly) and i didn't notice any difference. Maybe i didn't knew for the con handling performance and i just tried to compare speed.

No we did not say the same thing. It is faster. Way faster. You need scale to see the difference. An l2 server is not scale. It merely scratches the surface because it's fairly conservative with it's sql connections. You also won't see a noticeable (or any) difference if you remove the CP all together and you add proper connector configuration.

 

The fact that you had problems doesn't mean that it doesn't work. You also can't understand Go but that doesn't make it a bad programming language. You clearly had no clue in configuring it. Sometimes, it's better to say "I don't know" instead of spitting false statements.

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Just now, Elfocrash said:

No we did not say the same thing. It is faster. Way faster. You need scale to see the difference. An l2 server is not scale. It merely scratches the surface because it's fairly conservative with it's sql connections. You also won't see a difference if you remove the CP all together and you add proper connector configuration.

 

The fact that you had problems doesn't mean that it doesn't work. You also can't understand Go but that doesn't make it a bad programming language. You clearly had no clue in configuring it. Sometimes, it's better to say "I don't know" instead of spitting false statements.

You need to re-read again what i said. I wrote exactly that i didn't check configurations which mean back then i wasn't aware of it (Yes in your language i wasn't experienced with this custom library and didn't make research), and i just check the speed. And in a platform like L2 the results are less than 2%. Maybe or for sure in a web-app which handles huge amount of connections per second would make huge difference but Lineage barely handles any sql executions (Unelss it's trash server).

 

Still my opinion around L2 is not "out of the question" from my perspective cause the usage is small. For sure hikari seems to handle performance way better even in details like warnings e.t.c)

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i cant register in forum it says "The letters you typed don't match the letters that were shown in the picture."

but i write everything correct

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19 minutes ago, aris96 said:

i cant register in forum it says "The letters you typed don't match the letters that were shown in the picture."

but i write everything correct

well the forum is a bit outdated i think it will be fixed soon.

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1 hour ago, aris96 said:

i cant register in forum it says "The letters you typed don't match the letters that were shown in the picture."

but i write everything correct

try now :) 

 

 

thanks guys :)

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You copied the GNU licence of L2JUnity when you copied-pasted the knownlist system.

 

https://app.assembla.com/spaces/l2hellas/subversion/commits/535

 

L2WorldRegion.java

This file is part of L2J Unity.

 

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5 minutes ago, Tryskell said:

You copied the GNU licence of L2JUnity when you copied-pasted the knownlist system.

 

https://app.assembla.com/spaces/l2hellas/subversion/commits/535

 

L2WorldRegion.java


This file is part of L2J Unity.

 

You can leave a comment in the forum or in assembla commit, this topic is only for updates, and news, you should know that.

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Just now, Nightw0lf said:

You can leave a comment in the forum or in assembla commit this topic is only for updates, and news, you should know that.

I'd say the mxc topic is a fairly good place to leave comments for such things as well. Highly doubt anybody would log in 2 other platforms for some feedback.

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13 minutes ago, Nightw0lf said:

You can leave a comment in the forum or in assembla commit, this topic is only for updates, and news, you should know that.

 

There's 95% of posts to delete in this topic if I can't make a remark about the project. And I don't have time to create a forum account and a post which will be instantly deleted.

 

Also, since your timeline is public : you should split updates per revision for easier rollback . It's actually wrong to commit one big load of changes per revision. I was doing it myself for historical revision (and I did it wrong for a long time), in order one revision = one changeset, but it's actually a burden if you got things to rollback, or to analyze what you commit.

 

Since few years already, I commit one idea per revision, and a changeset is a bundle of multiple revisions. It's way easier to find back issues, or revert a specific feature. If you give decent SVN description for each of your commit, you can easily track down things.

 

It also avoids issues, since things are seperated/compartmentalized.

 

Just an hint.

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7 hours ago, Tryskell said:

 

There's 95% of posts to delete in this topic if I can't make a remark about the project. And I don't have time to create a forum account and a post which will be instantly deleted.

 

Also, since your timeline is public : you should split updates per revision for easier rollback . It's actually wrong to commit one big load of changes per revision. I was doing it myself for historical revision (and I did it wrong for a long time), in order one revision = one changeset, but it's actually a burden if you got things to rollback, or to analyze what you commit.

 

Since few years already, I commit one idea per revision, and a changeset is a bundle of multiple revisions. It's way easier to find back issues, or revert a specific feature. If you give decent SVN description for each of your commit, you can easily track down things.

 

It also avoids issues, since things are seperated/compartmentalized.

 

Just an hint.

i never delete or i will delete any post. :) i will think about your suggestion. thanks tk :)

 

 

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