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Aug 07, 2015 Jamash Release
On Hiatus I'm not currently subscribed to World of Warcraft. I just moved, I am transitioning jobs and also earning a Bachelor of Science in Software Development from Western Governors University. I'm sorry, because I really want to maintain and improve Learning Aid. I just don't have enough time and money to spare to play WoW right now. I'd like to keep Learning Aid alive, but I only have the ability to play on my sub-20 characters and the PTR (when that's up). If anyone wants to contribute...


Jan 10, 2015 Phanx Release
LibRealmInfo Library to provide information about realms. If you only need to know the names of realms connected to the player's current realm, you should just use GetAutoCompleteRealms instead of this library. If you only need to know which region the player is currently on, you can use GetCurrentRegion, but you should be aware that this function is not always reliable. Download: Curse or WoWInterface Source, Issues, and Documentation: GitHub Embedding If you are the CurseForge/WowAce...


Dec 17, 2014 Phanx Release
Library to provide information about resurrections cast in your group. LibResInfo-1.0 detects resurrection spells being cast by group members, and identifies who they are being cast on. Information is provided to addons through callbacks and API functions. LibResInfo-1.0 supports all player resurrection spells, plus Mass Resurrection. It is fully embeddable, completely locale-independent, and does not require any other players in your group to have anything installed. It requires LibStub and...


Apr 25, 2012 Phanx Mature
LibTagCompiler-2.0 is a library allowing configuration via tags, specifically useful for display components, allowing easy arrangement and modification of said display. It is currently used in Assessment and Aloft. Syntax TextTag := { Statement } @ RawTag := RValue @ NumberTag := RValue @ Statement := literal | "[" RValue "]" RValue := Logical Logical := Relation { "&" | "|" } Relation Relation := Concat [ ("==" | "~=" | ">" | "<" | "<=" | ">=") Concat ] Concat := Expression { ("." | "..")...