Excavator - gausie's spading script

gausie

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On the monster parts project, certain submissions seem a lot more like Anatomical Injuries than Monster Parts. In particular, looking at "giblets", "kidney", "solar plexus", "throat"...

I expect the wiki is wrong about one of the things we thought were monster parts (or one of the regexes is catching too much).

Hmm. This makes me worried - perhaps we should have tagged monster parts with which regex source we spaded them from. The sources are here and a once-over seems looks on the surface to be all in order. Perhaps one of these was accidentally connected to the wrong word bucket. Since we're getting those anatomical injuries in goo monsters we can assume its happening in one of the sources that is currently in standard.
 
It's the Bowlet, probably.

Against a crate, whose only part is "crate":
Code:
Tutchell flaps directly into your opponent's head, causing 12 damage!

Checking my logs, I see "groin", "kidney", "lower back" -- and the wiki page for Bowlet agrees it's anatomical injuries, not monster parts.
 

gausie

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It's the Bowlet, probably.

Against a crate, whose only part is "crate":
Code:
Tutchell flaps directly into your opponent's head, causing 12 damage!

Checking my logs, I see "groin", "kidney", "lower back" -- and the wiki page for Bowlet agrees it's anatomical injuries, not monster parts.

Well, removing Bowlet is easy but rooting out the bad data is not ��. I've submitted a bug report about this anyway, because that's clearly the wrong bucket.
 
Easiest thing to do is to remove anything that's an anatomical injury submitted before the update was made. Yes, this will remove valid parts like head, arm, leg but without knowing how they were generated you can't know the Bowlet wasn't involved.
 

gausie

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Staff member
What link are you looking at? It is still mainatined yes, though not very actively
 

fronobulax

Developer
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I think that happens with every github-hosted script, that trying to visit the URL in a web browser that is used for checkout gives a 404.

Trimming the URL to remove any trunk gives a useful page.
Does this mean the first post and svnrepo.json need to be updated or not?
 
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