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  1. Sticky: Re: Discussion: Standards in relay over-ride scripts

    All parsed ASH scripts are kept in memory.
  2. Sticky: Re: Discussion: Standards in relay over-ride scripts

    The very root of this topic...the first post is about making 2 or more scripts work on the same page. In order for 2 or more scripts to work on the same page, they must not break each other. I'm lost...
  3. Sticky: Re: Discussion: Standards in relay over-ride scripts

    I can always implement a 'register' command which does exactly what method 1 does (except in a way that's less cryptic than a new file extension) which avoids the adding scripts weakness you speak...
  4. Sticky: Re: Discussion: Standards in relay over-ride scripts

    If I follow a Greasemonkey implementation model, method 1 = method 2, except method 1 uses register() and method 2 uses script comments.
  5. Sticky: Re: Discussion: Standards in relay over-ride scripts

    The idea would be to make it so that instead of making a set number of scripts work on one page, make it so every script can run on every page.

    Suppose, for example, you wanted to write a simple...
  6. Sticky: A Different Implementation?

    Would Greasemonkey-style annotations be useful?

    In other words, rather than relying on the name of the script, maybe add an additional capability where KoLmafia scans through the initial comment...
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