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  1. I suppose that is possible, but that would be a...

    I suppose that is possible, but that would be a really crude way of doing it. Is there really no other option?
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    Bug - Not A Bug KoLmafia definitely uses more CPU than I would...

    KoLmafia definitely uses more CPU than I would expect it to, but that is just a result of using Java. Java is inefficient, so that’s par for the course unfortunately. I love programming in it, but I...
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    Bug - Not A Bug 32-bit software can only use numbers as large as...

    32-bit software can only use numbers as large as 2^32. That includes memory addressing, so 32-bit programs can only directly access up to 4GiB of RAM.

    64-bit software, on the other hand, can work...
  4. Thread: Exe builds?

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    You can compile your own executable, but I’m...

    You can compile your own executable, but I’m fairly sure you cannot do that on Windows, ironically. You could always install Linux or something. That’s what I would do.

    If you want to take the...
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    Sort of the opposite of vi syntax, then.

    Sort of the opposite of vi syntax, then.
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    Of course. Iím just saying that if you are going...

    Of course. Iím just saying that if you are going to change it anyway, you should change it to match the POSIX shell.

    How exactly do aliases work, anyway? Would they be incompatible?
  7. Sounds and Alerts in ASH Scripts and CLI

    Is there a way to trigger a beep or other feedback in scripts? Iím thinking along the lines of
    tput bel in ncurses. It would be very helpful to know when a script finishes or needs my attention.
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    I’m sorry if it seemed like I was complaining. I...

    I’m sorry if it seemed like I was complaining. I often modify scripts to suit my needs, and I could do so here.

    The reason I was asking if someone could assume maintenance is that problems like...
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    I sort of just assume everything uses POSIX shell...

    I sort of just assume everything uses POSIX shell syntax until I learn otherwise. If you want to change the syntax, I recommend using that as a model.
  10. Feature - Rejected Fair enough.

    Fair enough.
  11. Feature - Rejected I don’t, which is why I opened this bug report...

    I don’t, which is why I opened this bug report instead of filing a patch.
  12. Feature - Rejected No, the current Daily Dungeon Daily Deed just...

    No, the current Daily Dungeon Daily Deed just runs “adv * Daily Dungeon”. I meant that other more complicated Daily Deeds like Demon Summoning say they are “Special”.
  13. Feature - Rejected I know that would work, my question is whether...

    I know that would work, my question is whether that would be acceptable for a patch. I already have multiple custom Daily Deeds like that.
  14. Feature - Rejected My initial suggestion is pretty much code...

    My initial suggestion is pretty much code already. As I said then, the only reason I haven’t submitted a patch is that I am not sure what the appropriate style of implementation is.

    Should I embed...
  15. Feature - Rejected I use the relay myself. The reason I am asking...

    I use the relay myself. The reason I am asking for the prompt to be removed is that it leads to the assumption that it would also appear when using the Daily Deed. It does more harm than good, in...
  16. Feature - Rejected Or even better, redesign Daily Deeds to make them...

    Or even better, redesign Daily Deeds to make them reference ASH scripts instead of being hardcoded.
  17. Feature - Rejected In the interim, while the conditions I outlined...

    In the interim, while the conditions I outlined are met, could you have it abort as if a counter expired? Or just remove the aforementioned relay prompt, since it is the reason the current behavior...
  18. Feature - Rejected The reason this should be implemented is that...

    The reason this should be implemented is that doing the Daily Dungeon manually appears to automatically prompt you to equip the Ring of Detect Boring Doors already. The expected behavior is that...
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    I solved it for myself in the least elegant way...

    I solved it for myself in the least elegant way possible: by adding “steal();” to the start of the main method in WHAM.

    Works like an extremely crude charm.
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    I am trying to use a mime army infiltration glove...

    I am trying to use a mime army infiltration glove with WHAM, and it isnít pickpocketing whenever possible like I want it to. After going through the code, I think the issue lies with SmartStasis. I...
  21. Feature - Rejected Equip Ring of Detect Boring Doors while running Daily Dungeon Daily Deed

    Unlike other Daily Dungeon items, the Ring of Detect Boring Doors must be equipped before you reach rooms with a chest. Since the Daily Deed to run through the dungeon merely runs
    adv * Daily...
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    Yes, and while I haven’t tried using them, it...

    Yes, and while I haven’t tried using them, it doesn’t sound like either will help at all. I don’t want it to obey my price limit, and I want it to consider items that are not priced at double their...
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    I don’t suppose anyone could take over...

    I don’t suppose anyone could take over maintaining this? It’s an incredibly useful script, after all, and I’m tired of getting recommendations involving wrapping paper.
  24. Bug - Fixed I suppose you should revert it. I donít see how...

    I suppose you should revert it. I donít see how the glitch can still be the case, since I was fairly sure I had figured out what the root cause was. Is it working for you?

    The problem with testing...
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    Thank you, thatís exactly what I was looking for....

    Thank you, thatís exactly what I was looking for.

    The syntax is rather bizarre, though. Is that documented anywhere I missed?
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