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--- Day changed Wed Jan 16 2008
00:48 <guru3> zmanuel: what bug was there then? -_-
00:48 <zmanuel> It read over the end of the string to search.
00:48 -!- zmanuel is now known as z-man
01:00 <guru3> but that wasn't what was giving me segfaults
01:00 <guru3> it was dying on le
01:01 <guru3> *Len
01:05 <guru3> also what do you think about this c't" thing?
01:08 <z-man> I authorized them already :)
01:08 <z-man> It's a standard put-software-on-CD thing.
01:09 <guru3> ok
01:09 <guru3> i just today discovered my server was dumping email in .maildir
01:09 <guru3> so only discovered it now
01:09 <guru3> but mail aside
01:09 <z-man> me too.
01:09 <guru3> anyidea how i can initialize the strings so that it does segfault on Len?
01:10 <z-man> It's probably a different underlying error.
01:10 <z-man> on 0.2.8, I get crashes now because of nonexistent menu entries.
01:10 <guru3> but why does it backtrace to Len -_-
01:10 <z-man> Don't ask me, I did not apply the patch to the trunk.
01:10 <guru3> how i see it is when i go to the friends menu first
01:11 <guru3> it fills them all in when it does the menu items
01:11 <guru3> and then it works fine
01:11 <z-man> maybe something is deleted from under the ass of some function.
01:11 <guru3> hmm
01:11 <z-man> I can get it to work on 0.2.8, I think.
01:12 <z-man> It's just one tiny error :)
01:12 <guru3> one tiny error... that segfaults the game
01:12 <guru3> otherwise i think it works correctly
01:12 <z-man> That's what we've got debug recordings for. I'll get it eventually.
01:12 <guru3> oh that and when you hit the f key
01:12 <guru3> it doesn't immediately refresh the filtering
01:12 <z-man> the broser menu item -> server info mess is my mess.
01:12 <guru3> i imagine i just missed some trigger there though
01:13 <z-man> Yeah, you did.
01:13 <guru3> probably having ->show isn't the best idea
01:13 <z-man> And you also produced memory leaks by just tNEWing  config items.
01:13 <guru3> :<
01:13 <guru3> i had no idea how to work around that one
01:13 <z-man> I was thinking of just giving servers with friends on higher priority.
01:13 <guru3> i thought of that too afterwards
01:14 <guru3> but i sort of like the idea of filtering
01:14 <guru3> because then if the ping is > cutoff you can just chop those off the list
01:14 <guru3> it's sort of neat to see the not responding servers, but there are starting to be a lot of them
01:14 <z-man> They SHOULD be purged quickly.
01:15 <z-man> never figured out why that does not work for everyone as well as it does for me.
01:15 <guru3> the game respects you ;)
01:16 <z-man> Yeah, it knows that whenever it shows me a bug, I kick it until the bug is fixed :)
01:16  * z-man learned the russian school of programming
01:16 <guru3> i just wind up digging myself into bigger and bigger holes
01:16 <guru3> started out with nice simple idea... then i got a segfault so i changed it... now i keep getting more segfaults
01:17 <z-man> They are my fault, I'm sure.
01:17 <guru3> i was also wondering if i did it correct getting the sg_enableFriends var with a global function
01:17 <z-man> Yes, that bit works fine.
01:17 <guru3> i simply could not figure out how to get at it from gServerBrowser with out accidentally making two of them
01:18 <z-man> Oh, you do know that tString::Len() returns the length PLUS ONE?
01:18 <z-man> Silly legacy from pre-std::string days
01:18 <z-man> once 0.2.8 is dead, we should get rid of the function.
01:18 <guru3> it's... in a lot of places
01:18 <z-man> I think you have a test for tString::Len() != 0 somewhere that always passes
01:18 <guru3> a string.Len would always be > 0 then
01:19 <z-man> right.
01:19 <guru3> i have for > 0
01:19 <z-man> Yep. Always passes.
01:19 <guru3> friends[i].Len() > 0
01:19 <guru3> that would work better as a > 1
01:19 <z-man> :)
01:19 <guru3> with there actually being a bug in StrPos
01:20 <guru3> i wouldn't be surprised if it actually had to do with that
01:20 <guru3> as i'm pretty sure i didn't realize that when i wrote it
01:20 <guru3> oh lol, Len()-1
01:20 <guru3> i bet i just copied that from somewhere
01:23 <guru3> well i'm pleased to report that even with > 1 it still segfaults
01:26 <guru3> valgrind confirms that gFriends is loosing memory
01:26 <guru3> it also happily reports that SDL does it as well
01:28 <guru3> ah right i remember why i used tNEW there
01:28 <guru3> i couldn't figure out how to have an array of configuration items
01:30 <z-man> Yeah, that's not possible with a plain array
01:30 <z-man> I added an array of std::auto_ptrs for that.
01:30 <guru3> clever
01:30 <z-man> No, standard :)
01:31 <guru3> it's clever when you're not exactly on top of the ball for c++
01:31 <guru3> i'm not on the ball at all. the ball is rolling behind me and i'm running away
01:31 <z-man> heh
01:31 <z-man> but that means you got past the poison arrows
01:32 <guru3> i came up with the idea and wrote something that half works
01:32 <guru3> so it's like... i got the little statue
01:32 <z-man> It's my fault that it doesn't, really
01:32 <guru3> i didn't do any of the language stuff yet
01:32 <z-man> the problem is that the function that updates the menu is called from the menu rendering code
01:32  * z-man shall fix that, it may even crash without your friends code
01:33 <guru3> i'm sure there's something with initialization of those strings
01:34 <guru3> i just came up with a way to test that
01:34  * guru3 waits for it to compile with the debugging flag
01:34 <guru3> that takes a while -_-
01:36 <guru3> it still crashes anyway
01:36 <guru3> :<
01:36 <guru3> 0x00002b0abcbc9fa2 in __gnu_cxx::__exchange_and_add () from /usr/lib/gcc/x86_64-pc-linux-gnu/4.1.1/libstdc++.so.6
01:37 <guru3> doesn't crash in Len() anymore
01:38 <guru3> i like your menu idea more
01:38 <guru3> i don't understand at all how it's the case
01:38 <guru3> but i believe it now
01:41 <z-man> Well, its the classic bug of a list getting altered while someone else is trying to read it.
01:41 <z-man> the order of calls is:
01:41 <z-man> Menu gets rendered
01:41 <z-man> menu renders menu items
01:41 <z-man> menu item calls function in menu to update the list of menu items
01:41 <z-man> and if that kills the menu item that is just rendered, kaboom.
01:44 <guru3> so when it's building up the list of gServerMenuItms
01:44 <guru3> it's also trying to read that list
01:47 <z-man> right.
01:48 <z-man> I moved the call to the Update() function into a saner callstack and get no more crashes.
01:49 <z-man> Well, I think this is something for 0.2.8.3. Would make some people happy.
01:49 <guru3> ok by me
01:49 <guru3> i just was trying to avoid studying for exams
01:49 <z-man> heh
01:49 <guru3> and happened to have a good idea :>
01:49 <z-man> indeed.
01:49 <guru3> "good" in the sense that i could reasonably do it
01:50  * z-man makes "," his friend.
01:50 <z-man> and " ".
01:50 <z-man> Oh, one last problem, by default, f is bound to fullscreen toggle.
01:50 <guru3> yeah i saw that
01:51 <guru3> we could rename friends buddies
01:51 <z-man> b for buddy is taken too
01:51 <guru3> and put ourselves in for a lawsuit with aol
01:51 <z-man> for bookmark.
01:51 <guru3> but yes there's that
01:51 <guru3> i was thinking f for "filter"
01:51 <z-man> pals
01:51 <guru3> and then eventually could do other filters
01:51 <guru3> p pings the server
01:51 <z-man> darn, p = ping already
01:51 <guru3> and updates that particular one
01:51 <guru3> m for mates?
01:51 <z-man> homies?
01:51 <guru3> that'd work too
01:51 <z-man> mates is better.
01:52 <guru3> homies makes me smile more though ><
01:52 <guru3> the homies patch for armagetron :D
01:52 <guru3> ><
01:53 <z-man> We could do a poll :)
01:53 <guru3> is it on purpose that the keybinds don't work until the menu text pops up?
01:53 <z-man> No, those binds that should work before that should go to the menu event handler.
01:54  * z-man moved the friend toggle there already
01:54 <guru3> i see the troublesome Update call now
01:54 <guru3> i think
01:54 <guru3> in RenderBackground
01:54 <z-man> Yeah.
01:56 <guru3> so that gets called in the middle of the polling
01:57 <guru3> ahh yes i get it
01:57 <guru3> it does the update and then tries to write the menu
02:00 <guru3> i can't figure out where RenderBackground actually gets called
02:00 <guru3> -_-
02:01 <z-man> Put a breakpoint into it and see.
02:01 <z-man> It comes from gServerMenuItem::Renderbackground
02:02 <z-man> that comes from uMenu::Enter directly, I think.
02:02 <guru3> ah
02:03 <guru3> i'm going to try and write a lock
02:08 <z-man> lock?
02:08 <guru3> just a bool that makes all render functions return when it's set
02:08 <guru3> and set it when Update is being called
02:09 <z-man> no, don't do that
02:09 <z-man> I've already fixed the path over which the Update function is called.
02:09 <guru3> okay
02:09 <z-man> There is now an OnRender() virtual in uMenu that is called before the rendering process is started.
02:10 <z-man> And that is overridden in gServerMenu.
02:10 <guru3> gotcha
02:11 <guru3> is there a default global keybind for h?
02:11 <guru3> m for mates and the h for hiding unreachable servers
02:11 <guru3> *and then
02:12 <armabot> armagetronad: z-man * r7519 /armagetronad/branches/0.2.8/armagetronad/src/ui/ (uMenu.cpp uMenu.h): Added OnRender() function that is called before the menuitems are rendered.
02:12 <z-man> Both should be free.
02:19 <guru3> adding in the language stuff here
02:23 <z-man> So, shall I just commit what I have done so you can work directly on it?
02:25 <z-man> Hey, if the -tron ending makes trademark trouble, we could rename to Armagetrino :)
02:25 <guru3> lol
02:25 <guru3> ah yeah right, about comitting
02:25 <guru3> can i commit what i have first?
02:25 <guru3> i have trouble dealing with conflicts
02:25 <guru3> more like, i wouldn't understand some of your bits too
02:25 <z-man> Did you work on the trunk?
02:26 <guru3> yeah
02:26 <z-man> umm, I was working on 0.2.8 directly.
02:26 <guru3> well there wouldn't be any conflicts there -_-
02:26 <z-man> No :)
02:26 <z-man> can you just post another patch?
02:27 <z-man> I can handle things from there, then.
02:27 <z-man> But not tonight, needs to sleep.
02:27 <z-man> Why do evenings always end like this nowadays?
02:27 <guru3> yeah i'm staying up super late too
02:28 <guru3> oh here's a clever question
02:28 <guru3> in the GPL notice for gFriends.*
02:28 <guru3> should i change the copyright date?
02:28 <z-man> Yeah, sure.
02:28 <luke-jr> makes sense
02:29 <z-man> It's the start of the 75 years or so copyright period, so we should always update it or it will run out before we're finished :)
02:29 <luke-jr> haha
02:30 <luke-jr> z-man: !
02:30 <luke-jr> where should I store handles? :þ
02:30 <guru3> do one word language strings work?
02:31 <z-man> guru3: sure.
02:31 <z-man> luke-jr: what handles, and why do you ask me that at 2:30 in the morning, expecting a smart answer?
02:31 <guru3> it's not working for me -_-
02:31 <luke-jr> z-man: handles for the XMPP session
02:31 <luke-jr> so it would be per local player
02:31 <guru3> might be how i'm doing it though
02:32 <luke-jr> or per instance, in the case of no auth'd users or a server
02:32 <z-man> the server definitely needs a handle in ePlayerNetID.
02:32 <z-man> it's all it has.
02:33 <z-man> Can't see why the client can't use the same handle structure.
02:35 <guru3> name = "$friend "; <--- it doesn't like that
02:35 <z-man> ah, you need to do
02:35 <z-man> name = tOutput("$friend");
02:35 <z-man> the conversion is not automatic, sadly.
02:37 <guru3> well that was unexpected
02:37 <guru3> now istead of $friend
02:37 <guru3> it just shows friend
02:37 <luke-jr> z-man: is there 1 ePlayerNetID per player, or per connection?
02:37 <z-man> per player.
02:37 <z-man> guru3: have you updated the language file?
02:38 <guru3> ywa
02:38 <guru3> yes
02:38 <z-man> ooh, i don't know.
02:38  * z-man shuts down.
02:38 <guru3> im trying with a two word thing now instead
02:39 <guru3> well that worked
02:39 <guru3> i changed about 3 things at once
02:39 <guru3> so i don't know what did it really
02:39 <guru3> but it works
02:43 <guru3> i've posted the latest & greatest from here
02:44 <guru3> (onto the forums)
02:46  * z-man will look at it some time tomorrow
02:46 <guru3> grand
02:46 <guru3> finally i've written something again for armagetron :D
02:46 <guru3> i can go to sleep for another year now ;)
02:50 <luke-jr> lol
03:04 <luke-jr> is C++ smart enough to let me pass obj->func as a function pointer?
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03:09 <zmanuel> luke-jr: no. You'd need to use class::func, which will probably be the wrong kind of function pointer.
03:10 <luke-jr> that's what I thought
03:10 <zmanuel> in boost, there is a way to generate function pointer like objects from things like obj->func that would behave like you expect (the obj pointer is stored in them)
03:10 <luke-jr> so I'll just use the void* user data to pass 'this'
03:10 <zmanuel> yeah.
03:10 <zmanuel> however, those boost objects cannot be converted to function pointers.
03:10  * zmanuel powers off
03:11  * luke-jr mutters about C++ reserving 'this'
03:12  * zmanuel mutters back about C reserving "for" and "int"
03:13 <luke-jr> pretty sure you could redefine int at leasgt
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04:49 <luke-jr> ../aa_config.h:179:1: warning: "PACKAGE_VERSION" redefined
04:49 <luke-jr> that's annoying :x
04:58 <luke-jr> hey "ANONYMOUS", for unauthenticated guest access
04:58 <luke-jr> I wonder if any XMPP servers support that
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06:48 <Stewie-arma> hmmm, long time no see everyone
06:52 <luke-jr> O.o
06:55 <Stewie-arma> oh hai luke-jr
06:55 <luke-jr> hi
06:55 <Stewie-arma> did I miss many of your rambles?
06:56 <Stewie-arma> any religion talks?
06:56 <Stewie-arma> I am taking conformation classes...
06:57 <luke-jr> what are you conforming to?
07:12 <GodTodd> catholocism, silly :)
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08:04 <luke-jr> hm
08:05 <luke-jr> ePlayerNetID doesn't seem to be created for a servre
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10:36 <armabot> armagetronad: z-man * r7520 /armagetronad/branches/0.2.8/armagetronad/src/ui/uMenu.cpp: Better ordering for the OnRender() call.
10:56 <armabot> armagetronad: z-man * r7522 /armagetronad/trunk/armagetronad/src/macosx/English.lproj/: Merging from 0.2.8
11:24 <armabot> armagetronad: z-man * r7523 /armagetronad/trunk/armagetronad/ (22 files in 9 dirs): (log message trimmed)
11:24 <armabot> armagetronad: Merging branch 0.2.8 from revision 7453 to 7520:
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11:25 <armabot> armagetronad: z-man * r7524 /armagetronad/branches/0.2.8/armagetronad/src/ (4 files in 3 dirs): Rebeautified.
11:25 <z-man> Odd, svn told me the merge failed.
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14:04 <wrtlprnft> a crash in the server browser?
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14:17 <guru3> yeah
14:17 <guru3> that's my fault -_-
14:22 <wrtlprnft> was it in 0.2.8 or did it get introduced after 0.2.8.2?
14:24 <guru3> it was a by product of the way i did the server filtering
14:24 <guru3> so it's in 0.2.8 and trunk
14:24 <guru3> and everything probably going back to 0.2.5.2
14:24 <guru3> *0.2.5_alpha even
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14:32 <wrtlprnft> o_O
14:32 <wrtlprnft> the server browser never crashed for me, so it must have been well-hidden
14:32 <guru3> z-man described it as something along the lines of editing an array while reading it
14:33 <guru3> it just never crashed before because the array always stayed the same size
14:33 <guru3> i however went and changed its size
14:33 <guru3> promptly segfaulting it
14:42 <wrtlprnft> ah
14:43 <guru3> the big "Server Browser" title isn't a language string Oo
14:43 <wrtlprnft> if you keep pointers/references/iterators to the elements it'll segfault :)
14:44 <wrtlprnft> there's a couple of things that should be
14:56 <z-man> I only made those things language strings that needed a German translation :)
14:56 <guru3> ah
14:56 <z-man> Feel free to correct it.
14:57 <guru3> trying to sort out something on the server browser
14:57 <guru3> that tells you if filtering is on or not
14:58 <z-man> So people don't go "wtf? where are the servers gone?"?
14:58 <guru3> that and in the case of the list taking a long time to load
14:59 <guru3> it's just the best place, under "Server Browser" isn't very possible
14:59 <guru3> as that's a menu heading and it goes off into the uMenu code calculating position and whatnot, i think
14:59 <guru3> so i was thinking next to Server Name
14:59 <guru3> have a dash and then an enabled bit there
15:00 <z-man> That might mess up the table header layout
15:00 <guru3> it doesn't
15:00 <guru3> not at 640x480 or 1280x1024
15:00 <z-man> ah, right, plenty of space because we leave it for long server names :)
15:00 <guru3> yup
15:02 <guru3> the problem now is
15:02 <guru3> you can't really go from a tString to a tOutput
15:02 <guru3> and you can't use tOutputs with spaces in them
15:04 <guru3> and you can't << with tOutputs
15:22 <guru3> changed the function call instead
15:22 <guru3> now afk for food
15:29 <luke-jr> z-man: ePlayerNetID doesn't seem to be created for a servre
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15:34  * luke-jr ponders why arma ignores SIGTERM and SIGINT
15:39 <wrtlprnft> o_O
15:39 <wrtlprnft> didn't use to
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15:42 <luke-jr> wrtlprnft: only the server, maybe
15:42 <luke-jr> and only under certain conditions O.o
15:42 <luke-jr> I recall it being a problem with my old scripts, but only on Gentoo
15:42 <luke-jr> they SIGTERM'd the server fine on Debian
15:46 <luke-jr> wtf
15:46 <luke-jr> there's snow in trunk :þ
16:05 <luke-jr> z-man: what is a nBasicNetworkSystem supposed to represent?
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16:54 <z-man> luke-jr: ePlayerNetID only represents a player or AI, so naturally, none is created at the program start.
16:54 <z-man> nBasicNetworkSystem is a basic network system :)
16:55 <z-man> It holds the sockets server and clients communicate with.
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17:08 <z-man> And about the signals, I only register a handler for SIGCONT. The other signals are untouched, so should be at default behavior.
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17:57 <luke-jr> z-man: any easy way to get 1 per local player, with at least 1 globally? ☺
17:58 <luke-jr> #rating g5vc
17:58 <luke-jr> #rating luke-jr
17:58 <armabot> luke-jr: g5vc is 424th with a rating of 1542-1674 (from 1542-1673)
17:58 <armabot> luke-jr: luke-jr is 426th with a rating of 1542-1573 (from 1543-1574)
17:58 <luke-jr> g5vc: pwnt
17:58 <luke-jr> almost :x
17:58 <g5vc> i dont playing.
17:58 <g5vc> :)
17:58 <g5vc> so somebody used my nick :O
17:58 <luke-jr> g5vc: you never play?
17:58 <g5vc> nevah.
17:58 <g5vc> :)
17:59 <luke-jr> #aka g5vc
17:59 <armabot> luke-jr: ¿3954 g5vc
18:00 <z-man> luke-jr: nope.
18:06 <luke-jr> z-man: by "basic network system", is that inclusive of all network activity, or just client<->server?
18:07 <luke-jr> z-man: eg, when/if resource fetching becomes async, will it go in there?
18:08 <z-man> How should I know? It certainly can go there.
18:08 <z-man> Although I'd suggest putting advanced stuff in a derived class.
18:08 <z-man> I was planning to manage client connections and all the other now-static data in nNetwork in a derived class one day.
18:27 <luke-jr> well, my concern is how to get the XMPP stuff into the select/read loop
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19:57 <armabot> armagetronad: guru3 * r7528 /www/mainsite/ (archive.php index.php): some new news to show we're still alive
20:05 <armabot> armagetronad: guru3 * r7529 /www/mainsite/screenshots.php: screenshots page updated for shots in fortress, sumo, and ctf modes
20:34 <eddiefantastic> who
20:35 <eddiefantastic> guru3: you want some screenshots from ctwf, none of your screenshots show decent use of mapping
20:38 <guru3> sure i guess
20:46 <eddiefantastic> ok, give me a day or 2. I'll find you some styball ones too. Although you wont find a styball server up these days
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22:46 <madmax> http://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/compiler_complaint.png
23:01 <z-man> Heh, let's see how many players leave servers, their last word being "sohwhahtahnahssiam"
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23:13 <z-man> madmax: heh.
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23:23 <luke-jr> z-man: btw, software rendering kills ping somehow :þ
23:23 <z-man> really?
23:23 <luke-jr> and with hardware rendering, that quick-exit-crash bug is gone
23:23 <luke-jr> yeah
23:24  * z-man checks whether the multithreading network code is still active
23:24 <luke-jr> by "kills" I mean doubles
23:26 <vinavil> epsy: hello, how is it doing? should i draw th map?
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23:29 <vinavil> epsy:
23:30 <vinavil> did you work on it?
23:30 <z-man> luke-jr: could you try disabling the call to rSysDep::StartNetSyncThread() in gGame.cpp
23:31 <luke-jr> err?
23:31 <z-man> that disables the extra networking thread.
23:32 <luke-jr> o
23:32 <luke-jr> well, my development system is headless atm…
23:32 <luke-jr> :x
23:32 <epsy> vinavil, ah i couldn'T have time for it, but yeah, anyway, draw the map
23:32 <z-man> Well, then try it next time you get a chance :)
23:33 <vinavil> epsy: oh, ok. no problem
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