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clean ini

March 5th, 03:30 PM
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CrisiusXIII
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would it hurt using a file if a line would hold 2 settings on 1 line like

SET_SPRITE_INFO 632 5 89 78 -23 -19 14 27
SET_SPRITE_INFO 634 5 81 75 -59 -17 30 19
SET_SPRITE_INFO 636 5 95 75 -22 -8 59 26SET_SPRITE_INFO 63 8 170 163 -156 -60 77 22
SET_SPRITE_INFO 32 9 34 263 -12 -200 0 114
SET_SPRITE_INFO 32 10 33 272 -12 -200 12 104
SET_SPRITE_INFO 32 8 133 69 -145 -18 80 25
SET_SPRITE_INFO 32 9 34 263 -28 -200 0 114
SET_SPRITE_INFO 32 10 33 272 -12 -200 21 106
SET_SPRITE_INFO 453 2 73 84 -43 -19 32 29
SET_SPRITE_INFO 63 8 170 163 -159 -57 79 27

If i look at clean ini from crwnston it is like that
while the engine just work or will it fail these 2 lines?
March 5th, 06:13 PM
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SlipDink
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2nd generation. No easy way to be free. 
@CrisiusXIII:

would it hurt using a file if a line would hold 2 settings on 1 line like

SET_SPRITE_INFO 636 5 95 75 -22 -8 59 26SET_SPRITE_INFO 63 8 170 163 -156 -60 77 22

If i look at clean ini from crwnston it is like that
while the engine just work or will it fail these 2 lines?

The clean.ini file is not read by the Dink engine. The dink.ini file is read by the Dink engine. If this line existed in dink.ini then it would (I assume) cause a problem. However, this problem does not exist in the crwnston/dink.ini file.

x@y:~/.wine32/drive_c/Program Files/Dink Smallwood/crwnston$ grep -i "info 636" dink.ini
SET_SPRITE_INFO 636 5 95 75 -22 -8 59 26
x@y:~/.wine32/drive_c/Program Files/Dink Smallwood/crwnston$ 


The clean.ini file in the crwnston directory is there as an artifact from the valhalla directory. It is just something Sabretrout left behind that I did not bother to delete.

(The text below is from the description dmod.diz file from crwnston.)
#1 This is based on an unfinished d-mod known as Sabretrout's "Valhalla" (which took the "Best D-Mod of Q4 2011" honor!). SlipDink has taken the game, made it his own and and finished it, accepting Sabretrout's invitation to do so.