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Kewl, a new n'group

Feb 4, 1999, 4:51pm
Just warn Facter before you release that bot!!


[View Quote] > Cool
>
> I outta start up figuring out how to make my bot kill birds without killing
> himself! 8-)
>
> cheese
>
> ps, thanks roland!

SQL Bot Notes

Feb 7, 1999, 4:52pm
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Do you access the cell.dat and the cell.idx files while the world server is running? I could use this knowledge :)
Andras


[View Quote] > I have an SQL bot running... it works both ways between a World and SQLserver. I am converting it to work with ODBC. LP
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Do you access the cell.dat and the cell.idx files while the world server
is running? I could use this knowledge :)
<br>Andras
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Looks over someone's shoulder to keep database in synch with world.</li>

<li>
Queries data base and creates objects.</li>

<li>
No change should be required to the existing AW servers.</li>

<li>
A round-trip test is needed from the AW Browser to the AW server with a
parallel link to the database server and then back to a web browser with
web feedback into the AW Browser.</li>

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mSQL seems like a natural given people's interest in open source projects.</li>

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See also <a href="http://www.objectshare.com">http://www.objectshare.com</a></li>
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&nbsp;Jim FlemingUnir CorporationUNIR, COM, and UNETY worlds in AW&nbsp;</blockquote>
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Deer Bot

Feb 8, 1999, 1:14pm
I know one breed of such a dog :o)
Andras


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Bots get boring...

Feb 6, 1999, 9:35pm
Why increase the line length? It is perfect ro the 640x480 screen!!!


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Bots get boring...

Feb 9, 1999, 6:37am
[View Quote] > Assuming that the dozen people in the world remaining on a 640x480 screen
> are using AW, considering they're probably also still in 256 colour mode.
> *wink*
>
> Rjinswand

Which is more then perfect for the newsreader <nudge>
Andras

Bots or Object Agents ?

Feb 6, 1999, 9:37pm
[View Quote] > If you only want programmers being able to use it, then I guess that's fine. However, most programmers write for end-users (NON-programmers). Infant book authors write for their audience: infants.
>

And to you too.

>
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ODBC Driver for AW db?

Feb 6, 1999, 4:46am
No - there is NO way to access the server database while it is running.
Andras


[View Quote] > I understand and appreciate your SQL bot design and intend to use it as soon
> as possible. My question was unrelated and remains unanswered, though. . .I
> would like to access the AW Server database of my world directly. Is there a
> known ODBC (or related) driver that will allow me to do this?
>
> Archon Manus
> Vizier D'Magienne

Scanning objects

Feb 8, 1999, 6:23pm
I disagree with you Turbulence.
I think it is the place to discuss future bots, bot ideas and how to use bots. The SDK is NOT a bot creation/discussion ng and tool. The SDK is an API for the AW server where you CAN create bots and many other things. The reason the "bots" ng was born is to discuss bot issues :o)
Andras


[View Quote] > May I remind folks that there is a SDK ng available for bot _builders_, most
> (or all) of whom are using SDK.
>
> The intention of this 'bots' ng is for bot _users_. If there are comments
> and suggestions on how to build scripts, or questions on how to use a bot
> program, this is the place; dialogues on building bots (or suggestions for
> future bots) should be in the SDK ng, IMO.
>
> Thank you, and have a virtual day!
> -Turbulence
>
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Cool stuff...

Feb 9, 1999, 6:32pm
LOL!!

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Weather algorithm.

Feb 10, 1999, 11:40am
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I have a feeling son that you mix apples with oranges. Object Registry (the registry.txt) has nothing to do with citizens.

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>
> You could make clouds in the Object Registry as 0 so when citizens build thay dont get Building Inspector... And To Stop Vandiles make them like z signs ... only serten pple can use them

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I have a feeling son that you mix apples with oranges. Object Registry
(the registry.txt) has nothing to do with citizens.
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Cloud bot answered

Feb 22, 1999, 10:01am
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If the registry is in place - even the world owner can't ADD NEW objects to anyone's property:(
Andras


[View Quote] > No need for programming there. The bot uses the privillege password of the world owner, so if the world owner can build everywhere, the bot can, too. At least in my understanding.... Rolu
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If the registry is in place - even the world owner can't ADD NEW objects
to anyone's property:(
<br>Andras
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Cloud bot answered

Feb 22, 1999, 10:03am
The "avatar" concept has a significant fallback - avatars are rendered out of scene! Of course it will make them render faster - but thye will be shonw through the walls too :(
Andras

[View Quote] > Perhaps the one avatar should include many clouds over a large space? I don't know the pieces-parts of avatars too well, but I don't think there are size or distance restrictions, right?
> Remember the giant CY? heh heh
> - Ædificator
>
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Simple error converter(13.8K): win32 app that asks for reason # and outputs the reason.

Nov 5, 1998, 10:09pm
how about the "Not too simple MCF40D.DLL" which is missing from your uplo=
ad?


[View Quote] > This is a simple program for looking up reasons. 13.8K
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Bot running as NT-Service

Jul 28, 1999, 2:39pm
Strongly disagree! Any program can run as a service. Borland CBuilder 4 comes with all needed dlls and libraries to write your own service.
Andras


[View Quote] > hi fun :)
>
> you can only run programms without GUI as services i think
>
> Funatic <"Funatic" at (nospam).gmx.de> schrieb in im Newsbeitrag:
> 379e10e4.0 at homer...
> 379de2b9.0 at homer...
> implemented.

Ultra BOT Web Site, almost complete . . .

Aug 1, 1999, 2:46pm
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As he stated he doesn't have the FTP account yet - so there is NO URL.
BUT - you are right - a little warning would be nice :))
Andras


[View Quote] > Why, in the name of all that exists, did you had to mail the complete website??!!?? Is an URL not enough??
>
> Rolu
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As he stated he doesn't have the FTP account yet - so there is NO URL.
<br>BUT - you are right - a little warning would be nice :))
<br>Andras
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[View Quote] <div style="MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px"><font size=-1>Why, in the name of all that
exists, did you had to mail the complete website??!!?? Is an URL not enough??</font></div>

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<div style="MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px"><font size=-1>Rolu</font></div>

<blockquote
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M. Coleman &lt;<a href="mailto:gizmo98 at earthlink.net">gizmo98 at earthlink.net</a>>
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Re: how do you goto another universe?

Aug 6, 1999, 4:25pm
Another free one is VMENTA
host=www.vmenta.com

Galileo is closed for the public - tho it is free :)
Andras


[View Quote] > You have to edit your aworld.ini configuration file.
>
> Here is the configuration information for some universes. My notes are a
> little old so they may not all work now. City4All was a free one last I was
> there.
>
> AW on auth.activeworlds.com 5670
> Galileo on auth.activeworlds.com 5675
> Ultraworld on auth.activeworlds.com 5671
> City4All on 193.186.168.162 5670
>
> Add these lines to your configuration file and change the IP and port as
> appropriate.
>
> [universe]
> host=193.186.168.162
> port=5670
>
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how do you goto another universe?

Aug 6, 1999, 10:13pm
Then you are not running AW at all:). It is NOT AW.ini but aworld.ini and you should have it!!
Andras


[View Quote] > I dont have an AW.ini file in my AW folder.....can someone send me the
> AW.ini file? or something

Bot Business

Nov 15, 1998, 9:24pm
There is a little problem to give away the bot-programs:
<an excerpt from the licence agreement for the SDK>
BETA LIMITATIONS. The Active Worlds SDK is currently Beta Software and is provided as is for the purposes of
evaluation and testing only. By downloading the beta version of the SDK, you agree to not distribute the
SDK, nor any applications based on the SDK, to any person for any reason.
:(((

[View Quote] > Should we give away our bot-programs? Or should we offer to run them
> on someone else's behalf (getting their citizen# and
> privilege-password)? There are serious technical problems for either
> approach. (No, this is not a discussion of "how to make money from VR
> programming", which rightly belongs in the wishful thinking newsgroup.)
> If I were a non-programmer citizen, I'd hesitate to run a bot-program on
> my computer, if it came from some virtual person, free or not. And
> expecting ordinary citizens to scan open-source code looking for
> viruses, when even programmers can't figure out other programmers' code,
> is hopeless.
> So should we offer to run our bot-programs on our own machines? All
> builder-bot services, including the DJ Bot of Sample 2, can only be
> given away if the recipient lends us a citizen# and a
> privilege-password. The problem with the privilege-password is that it
> is too broad. Until the citizen revokes it, a privilege-password can be
> used to build or demolish objects owned by the citizen in any location
> in any World. If all I want is to have the programmer run a builderbot
> to build me a lawn and garden at x,z on AW, I don't want to put all my
> other objects on AW and other worlds at jeopardy. It's like having to
> give passwords to all my bank accounts in cities all over the world just
> to withdraw money from one account in Chicago.
> There should be SDK methods in support of secure transactions. The
> problem here is trying to use a universal password for a particular
> account. Is there some way that a privilege password can say which Zone
> on which World it applies to? Or is there some other way to get round
> this problem?

Bot Business

Nov 20, 1998, 9:27pm
read the fine print - "to ANY person for ANY reason" :((

[View Quote] > Is it okay for programmers to exchange program code designed for the SDK?
>
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New Universe is comming soon...

Oct 7, 2006, 3:39am
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New Universe is comming soon...

Oct 7, 2006, 3:39am
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New Universe is comming soon...

Oct 7, 2006, 3:39am
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Re: Spy WB's Bot Department

Dec 2, 1998, 9:50pm
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That was a nasty thing not to warn you have a BIG attachement :((


[View Quote] > Spy Has a SDK/HamBot/Etc Bot Department used to patrol worlds.We
> currently have only three members of the Bot department but we need
> more!!!!The url is
> www.Geocities.com/SiliconValley/Bridge/4191/Spy.html
> --
> **************************************************************
> Spy WorldBuilders Offer:
> Hosting
> All Avatars On Request
> All Objects On Request
> Reasonable Pricing
> *Trial* worlds(ie:Sample)
> Bot Scripts
> Monitering(Ie:We Moniter the world for Spammers Vandals Etc)
> Etc
>
> Spy WorldBuilders Asks:
> That We Be allowed to have (and keep) Build,PS,Eject,CareTaker,Etc
>
> **Spy Reserves the right to decline any application for any reason.**
> Telegram FastWalker2 Or Email Fast2 at Bellsouth.net
> for details.
> Spy Logo,Fast's Avatar Bar,The Alliance,Etc (c) 1998 By Fast.
> **************************************************************
>

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That was a nasty thing not to warn you have a BIG attachement :((
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WorldBuilders World

Dec 5, 1998, 11:39am
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I would nominate him to the "Borest sig" Cy Award


[View Quote] > Certainly not!! I know Facter's way of expressing himself, take it as
> a compliment. He's just saying you may win at the "longest sig" Cy
> Award.
>
>
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I would nominate him to the "Borest sig" Cy Award
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<br>Spy WorldBuilders Offer:
<br>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Hosting
<br>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; All Avatars On Request
<br>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; All Objects On Request
<br>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Reasonable Pricing
<br>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; *Trial* worlds(ie:Sample)
<br>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Bot Scripts
<br>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Monitering(Ie:We Moniter
the world for Spammers Vandals Etc)
<br>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Etc
<p>Spy WorldBuilders Asks:
<br>That We Be allowed to have (and keep) Build,PS,Eject,CareTaker,Etc
<p>**Spy Reserves the right to decline any application for any reason.**
<br>Telegram FastWalker2 Or Email Fast2 at Bellsouth.net
<br>for details.
<br>Spy Logo,Fast's Avatar Bar,The Alliance,Etc (c) 1998 By Fast.
<br>**************************************************************
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Collision Detection

Dec 13, 1998, 10:23pm
If you have an access to the .rwx file - you prolly have the access to the registry.txt too. That is the simplest way to get the info. If you insist to get all 3 coos, try rwxtract.exe from www.storage.co.hu/tools.html. You'll get the bounding box dimension from it.
Andras


[View Quote] > Thanks, Eep². So until the SDK has a method that gives us access to the bounding box dimensions, is there a way for an AWAPI program to read the same information from an *.rwx file, such as in the AW cache files?
>
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Collision Detection

Dec 15, 1998, 6:19pm
Too bad you did not ask because I would correct it. I learned this "alphabet soup" stuff in AW and Englis is my second language. Yes - I meant coordinates :o)
Thanks Eep.


[View Quote] > Uh, Andras? What's "coos"? Do you mean "coords"? Heh...I've been meaning to ask you ever since your readme.txt in rwxtract.zip. ;P
>
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Collision Detection

Dec 16, 1998, 5:44pm
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Need help to build a AW Universe

Dec 13, 1998, 10:24pm
And the other one??


[View Quote] > Because SDK bots require 2.1 universes which aren't released yet. There's
> only two 2.1 universes, one being AW.
> - Ima
>
> dean <challagar at hotmail.com> wrote in article
> <367427E0.9D5CB199 at hotmail.com>...
> maker
> to
> design
> or
> project and

Gesture problems

Dec 15, 1998, 6:37pm
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I tested this case - to change to a different than zero gesture will init=
iate properly the new gesture, while resetting to zero will not cause cha=
nge in the avatar movement. It is needed only for the SAME gesture than t=
he last one..


[View Quote] > Just one more question for you Roland.
>
> The browser is deciding on the gesture to initiate if the number from t=
he world server is different from the gesture it just performed?
>
> We have said that we need to reset the gesture to zero 5 seconds after =
the initial gesture is sent. Could that rule be rephrased as "to initiate=
a sequence of gestures, each successive gesture must be DIFFERENT from t=
he last."
>
> The difference between these statements is of coarse that instead of ze=
ro we could set gesture 4, then 5 seconds later, set gesture 3, then 5 se=
conds later back to gesture 4 again. Would this sequence cause the browse=
r to correctly initiate each sequence?
>
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I tested this case - to change to a different than zero gesture will initiate
properly the new gesture, while resetting to zero will not cause change
in the avatar movement. It is needed only for the SAME gesture than the
last one..
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Gesture problems

Dec 16, 1998, 6:13am
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If we are at this topic :
My test involved 9 instances of the bots by Edward and it consumed %66 of=
my Dual 300 MHz P2 processor. Anyone know any explanation for it?

[View Quote] > Again, yes, this is correct. But the beginning of this thread I belie=
ve was about the case of someone wanting an avatar to repeat the same ges=
ture over and over again in response to chat events. In this case changi=
ng AW_MY_GESTURE specifically to zero is required in order to ?reset? the=
gesture. Of course you could set it to some other gesture instead of ze=
ro, but then you would have more than one gesture going on. -Roland
>
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If we are at this topic :
<br>My test involved 9 instances of the bots by Edward and it consumed
%66 of my Dual 300 MHz P2 processor. Anyone know any explanation for it?
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