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[2016-08-20] Configuration files converted to libconfig

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You have to override the global settings from inter-server.conf.

 

You need to copy the content of global/sql_connections.conf and paste it inside the "log: { }" block that you see in inter-server.conf (and delete the @include directive that you find there).

 

Please see doc/global_configuration.txt for more details and an example.

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this update make me crazy.

 

i had already changes userid and passw in char_conf, map_conf, and login table,

but when i ran run_server.bat, char-serv disconnected because char-server read USER S1 AND PASSWORD P1 !

i dunno what is wrong, totally changed all S1 AND P1 to my userid and password.

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- Did you edit them in conf/char/char-server.conf?

- What do you have in your conf/import/char-server.conf?

- Any [Error] or [Warning] messages in the char server console?

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- Did you edit them in conf/char/char-server.conf?

- What do you have in your conf/import/char-server.conf?

- Any [Error] or [Warning] messages in the char server console?

 

 

 

- Did you edit them in conf/char/char-server.conf?

- What do you have in your conf/import/char-server.conf?

- Any [Error] or [Warning] messages in the char server console?

Haru, he already solved.

http://herc.ws/board/topic/13389-new-hercules-configuration/#entry76629

 

and i got this problem.

the problem is in this line :

 

 

 

 

// Set the letters/symbols that you want use with the 'char_name_option' option. // Note: Don't add spaces unless you mean to add 'space' to the list.

name_letters: "abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ1234567890"

 

i got that error if i changed that to this :

 

// Set the letters/symbols that you want use with the 'char_name_option' option. // Note: Don't add spaces unless you mean to add 'space' to the list.

name_letters: "abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ1234567890~`~!@#$%%^&*()_+":?>}"

 

so, in herc, we cannot create a nickname with "

 

sorry Haru, ... rly i feel sorry

Edited by Lilori

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In order to specify the " character, please prefix it with a backspace (\").

 

This is from the libconfig documentation at http://www.hyperrealm.com/libconfig/libconfig_manual.html#String-Values :

String values consist of arbitrary text delimited by double quotes. Literal double quotes can be escaped by preceding them with a backslash: ‘\"’. The escape sequences ‘\\’, ‘\f’, ‘\n’, ‘\r’, and ‘\t’ are also recognized, and have the usual meaning.

 

In addition, the ‘\x’ escape sequence is supported; this sequence must be followed by exactly two hexadecimal digits, which represent an 8-bit ASCII value. For example, ‘\xFF’ represents the character with ASCII code 0xFF.

 

No other escape sequences are currently supported.

 

Adjacent strings are automatically concatenated, as in C/C++ source code. This is useful for formatting very long strings as sequences of shorter strings. For example, the following constructs are equivalent:

 

"The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog."

"The quick brown fox"

" jumped over the lazy dog."

"The quick" /* comment */ " brown fox " // another comment

"jumped over the lazy dog."

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In order to specify the " character, please prefix it with a backspace (\").

 

This is from the libconfig documentation at http://www.hyperrealm.com/libconfig/libconfig_manual.html#String-Values :

String values consist of arbitrary text delimited by double quotes. Literal double quotes can be escaped by preceding them with a backslash: ‘\"’. The escape sequences ‘\\’, ‘\f’, ‘\n’, ‘\r’, and ‘\t’ are also recognized, and have the usual meaning.

 

In addition, the ‘\x’ escape sequence is supported; this sequence must be followed by exactly two hexadecimal digits, which represent an 8-bit ASCII value. For example, ‘\xFF’ represents the character with ASCII code 0xFF.

 

No other escape sequences are currently supported.

 

Adjacent strings are automatically concatenated, as in C/C++ source code. This is useful for formatting very long strings as sequences of shorter strings. For example, the following constructs are equivalent:

 

"The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog."

"The quick brown fox"

" jumped over the lazy dog."

"The quick" /* comment */ " brown fox " // another comment

"jumped over the lazy dog."

 

 

Supppeeerrrr !!!

thx Haru, ur da best :D

 

sad, i have no experience with programming language :(

sorryyy and thankyou :D

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Hello, sorry for make this topic alive again! LOL, but even replacing the @include sql global connection, it's still appearing the SQL loginlog issue, so my question is the following: can i merged ragnarok_log database with my "xxxxxragnarok_rag" database? or i'll make some kind of mess by redundant data. 

 

I'm just kinda newbie in hercules server stuff, so if you guys can help me i'll be thankfully to you a lot! 

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