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# 61

by

Moniq

3 months ago


I see no use in more gold, unless you want to catch Hummm. Want mine?

btw: 'Play together' bonus is available every day, as well as a new mission... ehm...


# 62

by

Moniq

3 months ago


However, besides all other my ideas that were not implemented yet :), I can add these about the web:
- List animals in a tables (one animal per line, more animals per page)
- Filter and sorting for animals ("I want to see just bears now by number of kills...")
- Maybe some hunting statistics ("which animal do I hunt most often?")
- Please, better friends management (like I suggest for animals), also a note would be useful ("my alt", "Hummm's alt"...)
- Can I see list of accounts registered on my e-mail?


# 63

by

Hummm

3 months ago


@Moniq: I have some Python/selenium scripts that pull all your creatures (from the web site) into a flat text file (perfect for creating the lists you asked for) I have shared them w/ Firefly. If you PM me your email address I'll share them w/ you. (they run best from the command line Linux/MacOSX) I can also share my generic flat files if you'd like.


FF no longer stores your email address (actually because of your input.) He turns your email into a (oneway) hash and only stores the hash .. he might be able to provide a list of all the accounts with a given hash.


# 64

by

Hummm

3 months ago


@FF .. one possible solution that would prevent hackers ... after you login, have a button that displays all account (names only) that have the same hash as the currently logged in account.


# 65

by

Moniq

3 months ago


@Hummm
I can suck those data from the web myself and allow others to use such app as well, however I would prefer to have it part of the web.

It is not important if he stores address as plain text or a hash. All addresses are same, thus same hash for each one (as you also mention in your following post).


# 66

by

Hummm

3 months ago


Yes, it would great to be part of the web... but I'd rather FF work on getting 3.2 released ;) ... also, not that FF doesn't write great code or not have great UI's ... but I doubt he'd get a presentation exactly how you/everyone would agree is perfect. flat files, OTOH let you put the data how it BEST suits your needs.


# 67

by

Moniq

3 months ago


Or what about an API to read character details? Based on some hash-keys or something.


# 68

by

Moniq

3 months ago


What you mean by flat files Hummm?


# 69

by

Hummm

3 months ago


This might be WAY more than what you wanted ...

I put a ton of AD data into directories and files ... so I have a directory called areas .. and under that a file per area (spaces in file names is bad)

$ ls areas/*
areas/ArcticWastes areas/DiamondValley areas/NeonWilderness areas/Tundra
areas/AuroraGlaciers areas/FloatingSands areas/Pinewood areas/WonderwellOasis
areas/BlackrockDunes areas/Forest areas/Rainforest areas/ZenMarsh
areas/ChaosJungle areas/FrostbiteBarrens areas/RazorFen areas/discover
areas/ChilledWoods areas/FrozenShards areas/Savannah areas/loa
areas/CottonGreenwood areas/Grasslands areas/SnowyMounds areas/trees
areas/CrystalHighlands areas/IcyTimberland areas/SplinteredWoodland
areas/Desert areas/MarbleHills areas/Swamp

within each file there is one creature file line ...
$ head area/Forrest
Forest: Rock, Dirt, Grass, Elm, Birch, Oak

Gray grouse
Pheasant
Frog
Trapper
Tarpan
Beatlebird
Bronc
Sterling wolf

so if I want to know where to find Sterling wolf .. I do this:
$ grep Ster area/*
areas/ArcticWastes:Sterling wolf
areas/AuroraGlaciers:Sterling wolf
areas/ChilledWoods:Sterling wolf
areas/CottonGreenwood:Sterling wolf
areas/CrystalHighlands:Sterling wolf
areas/DiamondValley:Sterling wolf
areas/Forest:Sterling wolf
areas/FrozenShards:Sterling wolf
areas/Grasslands:Sterling wolf
areas/IcyTimberland:Sterling wolf
areas/MarbleHills:Sterling wolf
areas/Pinewood:Sterling wolf
areas/Savannah:Sterling wolf
areas/SplinteredWoodland:Sterling wolf
areas/WonderwellOasis:Sterling wolf

of course you could clean it up a bit (eg to post in youtube chat when FF asks where they're found)

echo $(grep Ster areas/* | cut -d/ -f2 | cut -d: -f1)
ArcticWastes AuroraGlaciers ChilledWoods CottonGreenwood CrystalHighlands DiamondValley Forest FrozenShards Grasslands IcyTimberland MarbleHills Pinewood Savannah SplinteredWoodland WonderwellOasis

I also keep track of mobs killed on each account ... I have a directory per account, then a file (timestamped file name with a symbolic link 'l' to the the most recent file) per "session" if I diff any two files I can tell how many of and what creatures I killed ...
here's Hummmster's diff output: (the last column is the number killed of tha type, the second to last number is the discovery bonus, which also identifies legendaries)

$ ../dl2
Hummmster tot 2519000 gain 15997 onhand 1957750 spent 561250 Level 615 gain 3
page 1 2 Pheasant 690 1
page 1 3 Frog 310 4
page 1 6 Trapper 710 7
page 1 11 Tarpan 570 4
page 1 15 Bronc 570 4
page 2 19 Nihicorn 1020 2
page 2 29 Sterling wolf 690 16
page 2 30 Cave bear 630 13
page 2 34 Grave raven 710 3
page 2 36 Rock roamer 630 2
page 3 37 Jaguar 470 21
page 3 39 Late bloomer 670 11
page 3 40 Leap frog 630 1
page 3 41 Mountain moa 630 1
page 3 42 Garden snake 610 1
page 3 44 Thundercat 550 3
page 3 46 Wood raven 410 1
page 3 48 King lion 1020 1
page 3 49 Fox wolf 570 2
page 4 55 Rabid wolf 650 9
page 4 59 Callisto bear 1020 2
page 4 62 Plain roamer 690 1
page 4 64 Rabid bear 330 1
page 5 81 Bullfrog 570 1
page 5 89 Trump snake 630 1
page 6 98 Boulderdasher 630 1
page 6 102 Raven 450 1
page 7 111 Snow moa 550 1
page 7 116 Night watch trapper 730 3
page 7 119 Shock roamer 650 2
page 8 130 Shock croc 690 3
page 8 132 Shock weedler 550 1
page 8 135 Overgrower 570 2
page 8 141 Black mamba 530 2
page 9 150 Smolder frog 290 2
page 10 171 Waste roamer 370 2
page 12 207 Kombat Scorpion 290 1
page 15 260 Shockling 290 2

also ... I can quickly tell what account needs (hasn't discovered yet) any specific creature...

$ grep 'Ele' */l | grep '???'
roadsterq/l:page 13 223 Elephantastic ??? Level 0 not yet x 0
roadsterr/l:page 13 223 Elephantastic ??? Level 0 not yet x 0
roadsters/l:page 13 223 Elephantastic ??? Level 0 not yet x 0
roadstert/l:page 13 223 Elephantastic ??? Level 0 not yet x 0
roadsteru/l:page 13 223 Elephantastic ??? Level 0 not yet x 0
roadsterv/l:page 13 223 Elephantastic ??? Level 0 not yet x 0


anyway, this way more info than you wanted.. but it demonstrates the power of flat files


# 70

by

Moniq

3 months ago


So by 'flat files' you mean data you have collected in files?


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