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    Mafia SVN for Scripts?

    Seems like a side-effect of this would be to declare script dependencies and have those dependencies auto-download.
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    Mafia SVN for Scripts?

    I created the lib folder so I could differentiate between source code that I was modifying from some other library and source code that originated in KoLmafia. Also avoids the problem where JARs are built using a later version of Java, making it not useful when you're trying to get things to...
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    The future of Java and impacts on KoLmafia

    As far as legacy Mac operating systems go, OS X 10.3 is Panther (supports up to Java 4), OS X 10.4 is Tiger (supports up to Java 5), OS X 10.5 is Leopard (supports up to Java 5), OS X 10.6 is Snow Leopard (supports up to Java 6). The two vetoes to the update beyond Java 5 were jasonharper and I...
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    Problems with the diff link in latest SVN update posts.

    Just as I was about to push the button, I saw: "Note that the URLs used to access your code repositories will change, and an email will be sent to all project developers with the new URLs after the upgrade is complete." So, I'll hold off until 2013.
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    Problems with the diff link in latest SVN update posts.

    I recently got an email from Sourceforge that they were going to change something in the near future, so they may be deprecating it early. I haven't pushed the button to upgrade yet since I have no idea what would happen to the existing tools that people have built out related to KoLmafia's SVN...
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    Feature Allow user input more advanced than "yes or no" in ash scripts

    Well, it wouldn't make the alt-tab problem go away, but at least the UI will be responsive after some time. If the current developers are comfortable with that, then the original concern is unnecessary. :)
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    Feature Allow user input more advanced than "yes or no" in ash scripts

    In case it's relevant, we avoided it in the past because if you alt-tab away from KoLmafia and a script prompts you for something, when you click back (as opposed to alt-tab back), you will never be able to find the prompt (it will never be given focus) and KoLmafia will not respond to input...
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    11605: On Windows, if the preferred browser name contains a space or a percent sign (

    When I type in start "iexplore" http://www.google.com/ in command prompt, it launches my default browser instead of Internet Explorer, while typing in start iexplore http://www.google.com launches Internet Explorer. So the logic is necessary, at least for me. I honestly have no idea why you...
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    Bug - Fixed Linux relay browser launching broken

    Awesome, looks like switching the order on xdg-open and sensible-browser made things work the way you expected them to, or the original logic which used to return false for the AWT browser and forcing the fallback logic is now magically working and returning true. Either way, I'll mark this as...
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    11603: Move sensible-browser to the end of the Unix browser list, in case people have

    On Windows XP, the shell expands environment variables but doesn't search against the start menu or the App Path key, yielding this result: C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator>iexpore http://www.google.com 'iexpore' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or...
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    Feature - Implemented Bare Bones Browser Launch

    No, I actually checked the key itself in regedit. There is no key there for Chrome and no key there for Firefox. I'll try adding quotes around the browser if it detects a space or % signs. Update: Preliminary testing with setting the value to %programfiles%\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe looks...
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    Bug - Fixed Linux relay browser launching broken

    I'll go ahead and go with the recommendation to rollback 11598, but I'm not convinced that everything won't just quietly fail again. That being said, to see what's going on with loading the default browser via fallback methods, can you go ahead and enter the following commands into your...
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    Feature - Implemented Bare Bones Browser Launch

    How long does it take to run dir /b /s %LocalAppData% chrome.exe? Edit: I'm avoiding the registry because I'm not sure reg will actually work when people are running as non-administrators on a wonky group policy. If your testing reveals that adding a filename doesn't help the search time at...
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    Feature - Implemented Bare Bones Browser Launch

    I'm not a huge fan of parsing through registry data, but using environment variables makes sense over iterating over all folders on a computer. As such, I'm going to try committing something that uses dir /s against the appropriate environment variables (which should allow Theraze to use iexplore).
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