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Where can I find a decent opensource script project

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Wasn't sure where to post this as the tutorial section for scripts is filled with well, tutorials so I assume new threads asking questions isn't allowed.

 

Anyways, I was curious if anyone knows of a decent opensource script, so I can hopefully familiarize myself with a generalized architecture, and flow of scripting project. Unfortunately, most of the tutorials talk about the basics but are a little shallow when it comes to intermediate or advanced topics. I did read into the tasks, and node frameworks, which were excellent reads, but I am still lacking a general foundation on best practices when it comes to the scope of script development.

 

Thanks for taking the time to read this,

 

-Hyperr

 

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15 minutes ago, YoHoJo said:

Thanks but, unfortunately, there is no filter or keyword that would assist in narrowing down quality of the code in the open source project itself.

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Another good resource are the approved scripter applications. 

Oh good idea, thanks,

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1 minute ago, hyperr222 said:

Thanks but, unfortunately, there is no filter or keyword that would assist in narrowing down quality of the code in the open source project itself.

Could check through the thread real quick. If any of the script are still actively used, they are probably worth learning something from.

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35 minutes ago, hyperr222 said:

Wasn't sure where to post this as the tutorial section for scripts is filled with well, tutorials so I assume new threads asking questions isn't allowed.

https://tribot.org/forums/forum/125-scripting-help/

 

36 minutes ago, hyperr222 said:

Anyways, I was curious if anyone knows of a decent opensource script, so I can hopefully familiarize myself with a generalized architecture, and flow of scripting project. Unfortunately, most of the tutorials talk about the basics but are a little shallow when it comes to intermediate or advanced topics. I did read into the tasks, and node frameworks, which were excellent reads, but I am still lacking a general foundation on best practices when it comes to the scope of script development.

I've covered some intermediate concepts in this guide, but you are definitely going to benefit from reading actual source code. I would recommend the following:

 

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@hyperr222 Hey man! I myself was searching for open source scripts yesterday. Here are two that I found to be extremely helpful for the architecture ideas! Both are active in the free scripts repository!

Fluffee's Red Dragon Killer:

https://bitbucket.org/Fluffee/fluffeesreddragonkiller/src/master/

Assume's Assume-Chopper

https://github.com/Assume/Assume-Chopper

Lastly, going through the free scripts repository may lead you to find some open source scripts if you check their threads. I also searched the repository by "open source" which is how I found Fluffee's RDK. Scripter applications is maybe the best recommendation!

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On 11/25/2018 at 3:43 AM, Einstein said:

https://tribot.org/forums/forum/125-scripting-help/

 

I've covered some intermediate concepts in this guide, but you are definitely going to benefit from reading actual source code. I would recommend the following:

 

Thank you, I took a look at your guide already, it was really well written and it gave great modular ideas. I'll take a look at these thank you again.

14 hours ago, reinstalled said:

@hyperr222 Hey man! I myself was searching for open source scripts yesterday. Here are two that I found to be extremely helpful for the architecture ideas! Both are active in the free scripts repository!

Fluffee's Red Dragon Killer:

https://bitbucket.org/Fluffee/fluffeesreddragonkiller/src/master/

Assume's Assume-Chopper

https://github.com/Assume/Assume-Chopper

Lastly, going through the free scripts repository may lead you to find some open source scripts if you check their threads. I also searched the repository by "open source" which is how I found Fluffee's RDK. Scripter applications is maybe the best recommendation!

Thanks! I'll check these dudes out as well.

 

I forgot how helpful this community is thanks again, guys!

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