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QuestHelper2

Jul 24, 2011 smariot Inactive
Oh noes! I'm not working on QH2 at the moment, and probably won't be again until sometime after May. Sorry for the inconvenience. About If you would like to leave a comment (not report a bug or request a feature), please do so at the CurseForge project page. Of course, I'll personally be demonstrating what not to do by filling the comments page with inane banter, but I expect more from you. Bug reports and feature requests should be posted to the CurseForge Tickets page. Mostly working...
Debugging a co-routine.

LibDebug

Nov 10, 2010 smariot Inactive
LibDebug is a tool to aid with debugging AddOns. It does the following: Generates errors when using undefined variables. Generates errors when setting global variables. Replaces the print function. Prints the file and line the print function was called from, colours values by their type, escapes unprintable characters in strings, and turns tables into clickable links. Replaces the coroutine.resume function. If the resumed coroutine generates an error, it invokes the global error handler with...
Me still losing to the computer.

Chess

Oct 13, 2010 smariot Inactive
A Chess program written in Lua for World of Warcraft. Why? Because I could. Installing Completely exit World of Warcraft, and copy the Chess directory from the Chess.zip archive to the Interface/AddOns directory where World of Warcraft was installed. In Windows, this will usually be: C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Interface\AddOns In a Macintosh, this will usually be: /Applications/World of Warcraft/Interface/AddOns Usage Menu Type '/chess' to display a menu for starting chess games. VS...

wowcat

Oct 18, 2009 smariot Alpha
Yeah, I admit it, there are easier to use MPQ viewers out there. Huge Warning This project contains executable code. Given the huge potential for abuse, I encourage you to treat this project as if it were carrying the plague. Stay far the hell away from it unless you have a very good reason not to. I signed the executables with my GPG key, but that of course requires you to go out of your way to verify the signatures and ensure the files haven't been tampered with... and also know my GPG...