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Todd

Submit a git repo for a repository script.

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My idea is that instead of updating the repository manually, scripters should have a chance to alternatively add a link to their script repo, and adding a universal tribot git account or something similar.

 

I'm not too sure about the technical details behind this, I know this would be easy for public repos, but I'm sure it's possible to do with private repos as well. There are ways to check the last time a repository was updated. This would allow the tribot 'server' to grab and compile the source code from the repository once the repo was updated.

 

The benefits would be easier script updating and more incentives for scripters to update their scripts. 

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Maybe as an additional option. I'm not paying to have private repositories for premium scripts when the current system works fine.

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Maybe as an additional option. I'm not paying to have private repositories for premium scripts when the current system works fine.

Yes totally! but also bitbucket offers free private repositories

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Fully support, although I have no idea how the implementation would work.

 

^^ Implementation would probably be the most annoying thing, I think its something that if Tri had time for it they would do. If they weren't busy working on something else kinda thing.

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