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flaviojs 7571144845 Implemented @mapflag. 10 years ago
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battle * Fixed monsters above Lv99 displaying a Lv99 aura (bugreport:3986). 11 years ago
import-tmpl * Removed ladmin (remote administration tool), all related support code and the checkversion.pl tool with it's support code, which was shared with ladmin (topic:262934, related bugreport:1147, bugreport:1889, r9408 and r9610). 12 years ago
mapflag * Added missing svn:eol-style properties. 10 years ago
Changelog.txt * Updated mapcache. 10 years ago
atcommand_athena.conf * Removed @aw/@away which duplicates and collides with client's /am (away message) (bugreport:1235, topic:163083, since r4351). 11 years ago
battle_athena.conf * Fixed 'feature.conf' not getting loaded and a typo buying store feature setting name (follow up to r14713). 11 years ago
char_athena.conf * Added support for new delayed character deletion. 11 years ago
charhelp.txt * Applied update to charhelp.txt provided by EvilPuncker to match current charcommand behavior (bugreport:4632, follow up to r13403). 12 years ago
grf-files.txt * Limited manual detection of data truncation to string/enum/blob columns. 15 years ago
help.txt Implemented @mapflag. 10 years ago
help2.txt Some more txt/sql login server synchronization: 14 years ago
inter_athena.conf * Some updates of Quest Log system 13 years ago
log_athena.conf * Merged log settings for SQL tables and TXT flat files (meaning depends on sql_logs setting). 11 years ago
login_athena.conf * Removed ladmin (remote administration tool), all related support code and the checkversion.pl tool with it's support code, which was shared with ladmin (topic:262934, related bugreport:1147, bugreport:1889, r9408 and r9610). 12 years ago
map_athena.conf - Removed .gat from map names. 11 years ago
maps_athena.conf * Updated mapcache. 10 years ago
motd.txt * Limited manual detection of data truncation to string/enum/blob columns. 15 years ago
msg_athena.conf * Removed map-server private message telling players upon login the obvious; that it's night. 10 years ago
packet_athena.conf * Too large client packets, which would otherwise cause the client to crash, are now dropped and reported (bugreport:4391). 12 years ago
plugin_athena.conf Removed the 'upnp' plugin (see bugreport:1000). 14 years ago
readme.txt * Limited manual detection of data truncation to string/enum/blob columns. 15 years ago
script_athena.conf * Added support for checking argument data type of built-in script functions (bugreport:1701, topic:261833, related r14573). 12 years ago
subnet_athena.conf * Limited manual detection of data truncation to string/enum/blob columns. 15 years ago

readme.txt

What is the import folder for?

Most people don't know the real use of the import folder. After you do, you will wonder
what you ever did without it.

The main thing it does, is provide a way for you to change your config settings without
having to update the files every time you update your server. You store your changes, and
the rest are updated with eA (usually though SVN).

How does this work?

Well, you place only the settings you have changed in the import files. I'll use
battle_athena.conf and battle_conf.txt for my example. Everytime you update you conf
folder, using the normal method, you have to go and edit the configs again. So, you have to
redo your rates, redo your ip addresses, you have to redo it all. Well, not with the import
system.

Say you want to change your base experience rate from the default (100)to 7x (700). Well
then you would place this in your import/battle_conf.txt:

// Rate at which exp. is given. (Note 2)
base_exp_rate: 700

You don't need the comment (duh, it's a commnet), but I usually leave them for clarity
sake.

So, now this new setting take place over the setting in battle_athena.conf. You just keep
this file everytime you update, and your setting will always be there. Neat, isn't it?

So, yeah, that's what the import folder is for. I hope to see a lot more people use it, to
make my life as a managed server runer better.

Semi-guide by Ajarn