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Lysis: An experimental .smx decompiler


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Old 04-25-2012 , 18:29   Re: Lysis: An experimental .smx decompiler
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That does already, put the full path to the lysis.exe maybe.
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Old 04-25-2012 , 18:35   Re: Lysis: An experimental .smx decompiler
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That does already, put the full path to the lysis.exe maybe.
Thanks, i was using another script [i dont know why so dont ask].

i modified your code:
Code:
@echo off
title Enhanced Decompiler
cls
echo Welcome to Enhanced Decompiler.
echo.
echo Decompiling %1.
"Lysis.exe" %1 > %1.sp
pause
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Old 04-25-2012 , 22:48   Re: Lysis: An experimental .smx decompiler
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Would there ever be a "justincase" line where we could put in the code that will block the decompile? I know that the licences blah blah, but im just saying would this ever beable to be implemented? ive tried decompiling my own plugins and if they are long enough then it stops at line 7.

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Originally Posted by snbx.smx
new PlVers:__version = 5;
new Float:NULL_VECTOR[3];
new String:NULL_STRING[1];
new Extension:__ext_core = 64;
new MaxClients;
new Extension:__ext_sdktools = 696;
new Extension:__ext_sdkhooks = 1028;
found out what stops it, its our from SMLib!
Code:
#include <smlib>
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Old 04-25-2012 , 22:55   Re: Lysis: An experimental .smx decompiler
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Would there ever be a "justincase" line where we could put in the code that will block the decompile? I know that the licences blah blah, but im just saying would this ever beable to be implemented? ive tried decompiling my own plugins and if they are long enough then it stops at line 7.
Why would you want to block decompilation?
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Old 04-25-2012 , 23:41   Re: Lysis: An experimental .smx decompiler
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Would there ever be a "justincase" line where we could put in the code that will block the decompile? I know that the licences blah blah, but im just saying would this ever beable to be implemented? ive tried decompiling my own plugins and if they are long enough then it stops at line 7.
No. The license isn't intended to be a "blah blah" concept. If we wanted that, we would not have attached a license to SM.


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found out what stops it, its our from SMLib!
Code:
#include <smlib>
If Lysis has issues with that, we will fix it.

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Old 04-28-2012 , 17:32  
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I found this plugin in google and tried decomfile it
but some error in here
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File Type: smx StrengthenTF2.5.smx (38.4 KB, 73 views)
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Old 05-02-2012 , 12:26   Re: Lysis: An experimental .smx decompiler
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I found this plugin in google and tried decomfile it
but some error in here
Where do you find these random smx files on the internet without a sp file?

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Old 05-02-2012 , 12:49   Re: Lysis: An experimental .smx decompiler
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Where do you find these random smx files on the internet without a sp file?
Looks like some private plugin from http://cssnef.x-y.net/ ? How did you get hold of that one?

You can get some quick info here.
http://wcfan.de/diverse/spfile.php
Code:
Plugin:myinfo:

Array
(
    [name] => Billy's Strengthen System plugin
    [description] => You can strengthen the knife! and You can add damage for knife
    [author] => NEF.K.Guren._. 
    [version] => 2.5.0
    [url] => http://cssnef.x-y.net/
)
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Old 05-02-2012 , 17:59   Re: Lysis: An experimental .smx decompiler
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You can get some quick info here.
http://wcfan.de/diverse/spfile.php
that's handy
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Old 06-23-2012 , 05:55   Re: Lysis: An experimental .smx decompiler
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Error: bad file

Who can get source code?
https://bugs.alliedmods.net/show_bug.cgi?id=5358
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File Type: smx x.smx (2.9 KB, 60 views)
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