Sep 12, 2012 stolenlegacy Alpha
LCA provides an interface for addons to register their own achievement categories into the default achievement UI. Features include: Achievement tracking 'Recent achievements' integration Achievement announcements to guild members with the library (Optional) Chat message announcements to guild members without the library Full support of achievement comparisons for custom categories Full chat linking support of achievements over Tool-tip support for achievements not known to the...


Sep 04, 2012 stolenlegacy Mature
LibShorterSlash is a slash command library that allows the end user to shorten their slash command input to the shortest possible match. For example, /youraddon config might be entered as /youraddon c as long as there is no other sub-command that starts with a 'c'. See the API page for details.


Sep 03, 2012 stolenlegacy Mature
LibSyncTime-1.0 is a light-weight solution that provides a server-side UNIX timestamp useful for synchronizing data across clients in multiple timezones or with non-synchronized system clocks. LibSyncTime uses a single, simple API call: LibSyncTime-1.0 API curtime, uncertain = LibStub("LibSyncTime-1.0"):synctime() Returns curtime This is the current server-side UNIX timestamp uncertain This boolean being true indicates that no second-level precision is guaranteed on the return value. This...


Sep 08, 2011 stolenlegacy Alpha
A library designed to generalize sending of pseudo-addon-messages over the real id system. See the API page for details.


Aug 11, 2011 stolenlegacy Planning
It seems Blizzard fixed this issue in the 4.2.0a bugfix patch.You can still use LibStringStorage to reduce static memory usage and loading screen length, as well as saving a bit of HDD space with your SavedVar files. LibStringStorage is designed to circumvent a limitation of the Blizzard SavedVar system - the SV system only allows a maximum of 2^16 lines for SavedVar files, and creates a new line for every table key-value pair. Some addons - especially logging utilities - often run into...