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Postby Monkeymook » Sat Apr 12, 2014 12:04 pm

Apparently, I couldn't pull up any of his pages at work, for whatever reason. As soon as I got home, I could see his bandcamp by looking it up on my home domain.

Anyway, I think the idea of having formats in zip and vgm7z would be great ideas. It'd be nice to have the options of different pack formats.

This would be something that would have to be coded into the site. Unfortunately, that is something I haven't the capabilities for.

ValleyBell suggested the original idea to have zips on the site instead of vgm7z, since the website can't yet parse vgm7z packs.
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Postby dissident93 » Thu Apr 17, 2014 4:54 pm

Work is currently being done on the SQL database. Major thanks to Valleybell for quickly making a custom tool that makes this drastically easier (other editors read the .sql file like garbage)

There might be a few errors with Japanese kanji though, so could somebody look over them once it's finally applied to the site?
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Postby Monkeymook » Thu Apr 17, 2014 8:55 pm

Awesome to hear.

I'll continue updating the new additions and editing packs on the FTP as normal.

Do you want me to provide you a listing of all the zip files I have that will be mirrored onto the FTP?
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Postby dissident93 » Thu Apr 17, 2014 9:17 pm

Actually I need them all physically for the tool to automatically assign some info. (filesize among other things)

leave them all in a folder in Dropbox and I should be done by tomorrow at the latest.
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Postby Monkeymook » Thu Apr 17, 2014 10:00 pm

dissident93 wrote:Actually I need them all physically for the tool to automatically assign some info. (filesize among other things)

leave them all in a folder in Dropbox and I should be done by tomorrow at the latest.


Got that taken care of. Let me know if you need anything else. I just got the newest stuff updated on the FTP, and edited a few details in some posts I made.
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Postby dissident93 » Fri Apr 18, 2014 11:36 am

SQL database editing is now complete. I won't be handling the actual implementation of it back on the site however, so hopefully nothing was broken in the process.
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Postby donluca » Sat May 03, 2014 9:33 am

Can I kindly ask to update the news with the set you've changed/added so far?
So I can have the changelog through RSS.

That would really help. :)
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Postby dissident93 » Sat May 03, 2014 4:17 pm

The list of new sets is on the first page.

But here is a composer changelog on Pastebin.

BTW, both Monkeymook and Valleybell have been busy recently, which is why the site still has yet to be updated to reflect all the changes.
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Postby TEOL » Sun May 11, 2014 7:37 am

So basiclly modship gave you the ability to upload those new sets to the server and modify the SQL Database a bit but you don't have the access with modship to be able to update the site itself as you can only do that part of the SQL in full admin mode?

Sounds logical I guess. I'm sure it won't be much longer now until we finally can see it so thanks for the update on it.
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Postby ValleyBell » Sun May 11, 2014 8:56 am

TEOL wrote:upload those new sets to the server
Monkeymook and me can upload to the server. dissident93 just uses a shared Dropbox folder to work with Monkeymook. (please correct me if I'm wrong)
Also, being a mod or admin at the forums has nothing to do with the site itself. There are separate accounts for the site's backend.

TEOL wrote:modify the SQL Database a bit
modify a dump of the SQL database

So far I'm the only one (of the currently active admins) with direct access to the SQL database. And I'm still not sure what the home page will do when you try to post >600 updates at once.
But I'll look into that when I have enough time.
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