These are chat archives for 7yl4r/the-oregon-trajectory

29th
Mar 2015
Tylar
@7yl4r
Mar 29 2015 01:24
I don't know a good way around manual frame creation without using an animation tool, but if it's easier, I can modify the script to work with a directory of numbered png images.
though I guess you probably use something similar to make the gifs
Tylar
@7yl4r
Mar 29 2015 02:58
on the shop, let's just do rations and fuel for now and we'll add more later. I'm going to try to build up the gameplay around those two.
once we have something playable we can start adding more fun stuff.
updated that wiki page to reflect this decision
Brian Erikson
@BrianErikson
Mar 29 2015 09:09
Alright. That sounds like a good idea anyway
JrodManU
@JrodManU
Mar 29 2015 12:43
Uhg, message didnt send
Would a directory of pngs be better thana gif?
Brian Erikson
@BrianErikson
Mar 29 2015 12:45
I can't speak for @7yl4r, but if gifs were provided instead of a directory of images, we would have to break the gif apart into images anyway for it to be usable
Unless he's displaying them directly as gif images. I'm not sure
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JrodManU
@JrodManU
Mar 29 2015 12:46
Well, i made them into pngs and then gifs so it is fine
Tylar
@7yl4r
Mar 29 2015 15:57
png directory or gif are equally good. convert pulls apart gifs easily, and montage makes spritesheets out of pngs or the dissected gif easily. It's literally a 2s operation either way. Whatever is easiest on the production end is fine
I considered direct gif display, but I was a bit concerned about rendering gifs outside the "view window" div, and we'd have to be pushing and popping them from the html which sounded unclean to me. It's just easiest to stick pngs on the canvas with the basic sprite class I wrote.
Tylar
@7yl4r
Mar 29 2015 16:11
=/ I'm feeling this ddos attack today.
JrodManU
@JrodManU
Mar 29 2015 16:28
That was just on thursday dunno what it id today
Tylar
@7yl4r
Mar 29 2015 17:24
i think it's ongoing
i'm only getting minor issues though, no big deal.
Brian Erikson
@BrianErikson
Mar 29 2015 18:12
Wow I thought that was a joke
Who the hell would DDOS an open-source repository
Tylar
@7yl4r
Mar 29 2015 18:13
I heard someone in china is upset with them due to their non-oppressive treatment of greatFire
Brian Erikson
@BrianErikson
Mar 29 2015 18:15
I'm surprised that's not illegal?
I was looking for a government response on the issue but I haven't seen anything yet
Tylar
@7yl4r
Mar 29 2015 18:43
this is ill timed. =/ I have a paper due on the 31st! gotta push the latex! =P
oh well
Brian Erikson
@BrianErikson
Mar 29 2015 18:44
I haven't had a problem with GitHub ironically
JrodManU
@JrodManU
Mar 29 2015 22:21
Oh, scratch that reddit told me that it is still ongoing
JrodManU
@JrodManU
Mar 29 2015 22:48
What the heck i didnt see any of these messages since my other one when i put that
Anyway the attacks were directed specifically at two things that could bypass the great fire wall of china