ReadErr: did a hail marry and ran 'apt-get install -y make build-essential libssl-dev zlib1g-dev libbz2-dev libreadline-dev libsqlite3-dev wget curl llvm libncurses5-dev libncursesw5-dev xz-utils tk-dev'
ReadErr: and something there satisfied unittest (build-essential was already installed)
mircea_popescu: i suppose that made no sense as such, let's try again :
mircea_popescu: eulora is a game published by minigame, which is a game publisher listed on mpex (which is the bitcoin stock exchange) ; eulora constits of a server, which is closed, and a client, which is open. minigame has mostly been dedicated to fixing the server first ; client work is very much open in the sense of -- everyone is welcome to run with their own client ; there's been some push to get a text-only client going, etc. the idea
mircea_popescu: is to get the server in enough of a shape to have a proper api for it so the foregoing can proceed in earnest, which is what minigame's doing atm.
ReadErr: saw the lisp project but, is there a better way to interact with the CLI (fifo buffer or tcp)?
shinohai: I was recalling about a year ago or so was it, trying to help thestringpuller with the gcc thing ... 'twas worse than hand-holding a noob.
shinohai: ReadErr: I'm all ears if you want to experiment with CLI interactions, I was poking at it for a while but irl got in the way last year.
ReadErr: shinohai: i would like to go ircbot route
lobbesbot: Logged on 2018-01-09 21:56:45: <shinohai> The meta-game is just as much fun as actual game
lobbes: <danielpbarron> on related note, childhood friend who owns computer company, who i've been telling for years to get bitcoin, finally texts me the other day asking where to get a wallet << I had a friend tell me a few weeks ago "you oughta sell now before bubble pops!", to which I replied, "that's what you said when it was selling for $1k!"
lobbes: There's the whole "hey, this is just like crapple stock! a.k.a They expect to buy x BTC at t.1 time, sell for x*n USD at t.2 time" mentality. Most don't get that I intend to live and eventually -die- grasping tightly to whatever BTC I own
danielpbarron: and i did a couple paypals with BCB in otc sub 100
lobbesbot: Logged on 2016-12-28 17:47:41: <Framedragger> while compiling cs, "/usr/bin/ld: ./out/linux/optimize/plugins/engine/3d/engine.o: relocation R_X86_64_PC32 against undefined symbol `_ZThn24_N11csImageBase7SetNameEPKc' can not be used when making a shared object; recompile with -fPIC" blergh
shinohai: Well, I only have the information to go on given by operator. Had one fellow last year who came off and on for almost 6 months and never got it going, despite trying 1001 different flavors of linux.
lobbesbot: Logged on 2018-01-14 08:33:59: <diana_coman> I kind of doubt they were, more likely they were beans, so 197 bv
lobbes: I saw the 'bbb' in the auction description and just blindly entered that as that auction's 'item code'. I'll change it to 'bb' in the db and then all the other calcs should automatically re-adjust. one sec..
Birdman: with how quickly claims disappear you're very likely to end up wasting alot of xp. I get 9/10ths of a building level from one of my ords and bundles but if i find one towards the end of my rank i can either try to rank asap then build the ord and risk it disappearing or build it as i find it and waste most of the xp
Birdman: had 3 disappear on me yesterday in like 2 hours locked and unbuilt
danielpbarron: on a related note, one of nolan's small claims lasted several days unlocked and unbuilt, with him logged out even
Birdman: I've disconnected overnight and had them stay around, but as soon as i go to town they all disappear
shinohai: anyone want some phree q1 sb? otherwise im just gonna drop it on the ground, I don't think I feel like dragging this back manually to town.
Covale`: No, that´s why I ask. I must´ve misunderstood something when I first read.
danielpbarron: it's always been the case that you start with no skills, and you have to find or buy them
danielpbarron: i don't mean to make it sound like you have a good chance of finding them, but they used to appear abundantly
Covale`: As far as I remember, the blog post said that after some exploring you cuould go and train at the NPC, in exchange for some money. But I suppose I need to buya skill book first ? Not just grind-explore ?
danielpbarron: yeah that post is still true, but you need the skill first
danielpbarron: once you have the skill you can rank it up as far as you can
lobbesbot: --- end of auction list, 1mn total bids ---
Covale`: uhm, so... to actually get the tiny bits of grass by using the claims & tbn is there some way to automate ?
Covale`: been searching through the logs but so far I´m not clear on that
diana_coman: Covale`, bot used to do this; latest server update broke it; someone needs to fix it; so far nobody has
diana_coman: the glory awaits, the need hopefully pokes you in the behind, so go and be that someone!
Covale`: uhm... yeah. if I´d have the tiniest bit of clue about how *any* of this works I might. but since right now I´m trying to correctly handle the mouse so I can point and click on a stick on the map, that might take a while
Birdman: so far some great results from sr smalls, each one is giving me like 3x base value of bundle in output
Birdman: though when you factor in the cs cost it turns to garbage, but thats always been the case
Birdman: it also seems to me that as rarity increases the price should exponentially, when looking at the stark contrasts between tlc > wpl > sr
Birdman: the rares are just plain difficult to extract
Birdman: not to mention probably near impossible to find without a gathering lvl thats worth a damn
Birdman: i also wonder still if there is innate grasping of some skills better than others on a person to person basis. i assume char stats have that sort of effect, but wonder if theres something beyond the limits set by a char's stats. like two chars have mirrored stats but one is better at gathering than tinkering and the other the opposite. begs the question as to whether or not we will ever see our stats again too
diana_coman: heh, making 10 items per lapidary click, yay!
diana_coman: at the same time, higher rank in mcguyver still means...only 7 items per mcguyver click
diana_coman: either fox is clearly way worse at mcguyver or mcguyver is way harder than lapidary
Birdman: would like to see the instructions for two people with similar levels
Birdman: should be something to get from noobs, though im sure if it is the case the differences will be more distinguished at higherr levels