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[vJASS] Costum Interface
HankyDate: Tuesday, 2008-11-18, 0:53 AM | Message # 1
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Hello, well I want to present a little system of mine today. I made it because I was to lazy to make for every periodic spell or other periodic stuff, where I used structs, a timer loop. So I created this. It's very easy to use. But I don't know if it is so effective like TimerUtils. For the updated version visit this thread: Costum Motion

Pros:
- Good speed
- Easy to use
- Can save time (because you don't have to write everytime a timer loop)

Cons:
- Well it just work for structs else I see no big cons

System Script

Code
//! textmacro CostumInterface takes Loop,End,path,periodic
library CostumInterface$path$ initializer init
       interface $path$Loop
         boolean active=false
         boolean paused=false

         method $Loop$ takes nothing returns nothing
         method $End$ takes nothing returns nothing
       endinterface
           
       globals
         private $path$Loop array $path$_loopObject
         private integer $path$_size=0
          
         private trigger $path$_loop
         constant real $path$_periodic=$periodic$
       endglobals
           
       function AddObjectTo$path$ takes $path$Loop loopObject returns integer
            set $path$_loopObject[$path$_size]=loopObject
            set $path$_loopObject[$path$_size].active=true
      set $path$_size=$path$_size+1
          
      if not IsTriggerEnabled($path$_loop) then
        call EnableTrigger($path$_loop)
      endif

         return $path$_size
       endfunction
           
       private function Loop$path$ takes nothing returns nothing
          local integer index=0
           
       loop
         exitwhen index==$path$_size
         if $path$_loopObject[index].active and not $path$_loopObject[index].paused then
       call $path$_loopObject[index].$Loop$.execute()
       set index=index+1
         elseif $path$_loopObject[index].paused then
                     set index=index+1
                else
       call $path$_loopObject[index].$End$()
       set $path$_size=$path$_size-1
       set $path$_loopObject[index]=$path$_loopObject[$path$_size]
                endif
       endloop
           
       if $path$_size<=0 then
         call DisableTrigger($path$_loop)
       endif
       endfunction
           
       private function init takes nothing returns nothing
         set $path$_loop=CreateTrigger()
         call TriggerRegisterTimerEvent($path$_loop,$path$_periodic,true)
         call TriggerAddAction($path$_loop,function Loop$path$)
         call DisableTrigger($path$_loop)
       endfunction
endlibrary
//! endtextmacro

How to use?

The first thing you do is to make a runtextmacro where you init the struct loop (like setting the periodic time amount). In this example I want to have the periodic time amount of 0.03. Also I name the loop Motion. The periodic function I name motion and the endfunction I name endmotion. Then it have to look like this:
Code
//! runtextmacro CostumInterface("motion","endmotion","Motion","0.03")

Well it's very easy to import in your struct. Well first you have to create a struct. In this example I call the struct whatever. So I start to write:
Code
struct whatever
endstruct

For that we just add "extends MotionLoop" and the two methods "motion" and "endmotion". Then it look like this:
Code
struct whatever extends MotionLoop
      method motion takes nothing returns nothing
      endmethod

      method endmotion takes nothing returns nothing
      endmethod
endstruct

Well now the struct is added to the periodic loop. Now there are several functions that let you start,pause and end the periodic execution:
Code
call AddObjectToMotion(struct)  //this is to add a struct to the loop
set whatever.active=true //this is default after you have added a function to the loop
set whatever.active=false //this end the loop and execute endmotion
set whatever.paused=true //this pause the execution of this struct but don't destory it
set whatever.paused=false //this enable again the periodic execution

If you want to have example how well it works just look, for example, at my Vast Plane spell. (Vast Plane) Well I hope you enjoy.



Made by Smoe reworked by GiR aka Darkt3mpl3r
 
Darkt3mpl3rDate: Tuesday, 2008-11-18, 11:50 PM | Message # 2
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Nice one.

Already used in our NgO Spellpack.

Future use: NgO's Burning Spellpack by me. Look forward it smile


 
HankyDate: Wednesday, 2008-11-19, 4:06 PM | Message # 3
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Well I gonna post today another system, that is more useable then this. How you already said in chat to me dark the periodic time is constant so this system is just useful for motions.


Made by Smoe reworked by GiR aka Darkt3mpl3r
 
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