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strontiumdog
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Plugin ID:
693
Plugin Version:
1.1.203
Plugin Category:
Server Management
Plugin Game:
Any
Plugin Dependencies:
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    Plugin Description:
    Force a map to change once a time limit is reached
    Old 12-28-2008 , 21:07   Time limit enforcer
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    What it does
    Some maps such as cp_toy_fort or
    ctf_snofort_final continually extend the map beyond the alloted time limit.
    This plugin forces the map to change to the next map once the time limit is reached.

    Requirements
    nextmap.smx

    Installation
    • Copy sm_forcetimelimit.smx to addons/sourcemod/plugins
    • Add sm_forcetimelimit_enable 1 to each map config that you want to force the map to obey the time limit
    Configuration
    • sm_forcetimelimit_enable 1
      default: 0

      When 1, forces a map to obey the time limit set
    Notes
    Has been tested with TF2 but should work with other mods.


    Changelog
    v1.1.100
    SourceMod release

    v1.1.200
    Fixed a stupid bug where plugin failed to recognize whether it was on or off

    v1.1.201
    Fixed minor bug

    v.1.1.202
    Changed method of ending the map

    V.1.1.203
    Small bug fixes

    v1.1.203b3
    Updated version by Bacardi and Stoone
    see post: https://forums.alliedmods.net/showpo...5&postcount=57
    Attached Files
    File Type: sp Get Plugin or Get Source (sm_forcetimelimit.sp - 4434 views - 4.5 KB)
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    bl4nk
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    Old 12-29-2008 , 01:29   Re: Time limit enforcer
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    http://forums.alliedmods.net/showthread.php?p=508233 ?
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    Old 12-29-2008 , 02:16   Re: Time limit enforcer
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    Team06's version doesn't work in TF2.

    This one uses a different method of ending the map and does not require SDK calls.
    It also takes into account if the map gets extended.
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    Old 12-29-2008 , 04:16   Re: Time limit enforcer
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    i remember asking for this a long while ago. glad it got done.
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    SuperShadow
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    Old 12-30-2008 , 07:40   Re: Time limit enforcer
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    Could you please post a link to the compiled version? I'd really like to add this to my TF2 server.

    I'm getting "Plugin failed to compile! Please try contacting the author." when clicking Get Plugin.
    I also have no luck with compiling on my computer:
    Code:
    //SourceMod Batch Compiler
    // by the SourceMod Dev Team
    // Could not find spcomp.exe
    Press enter to exit ...
    And when renaming spcomp to spcomp.exe:
    Code:
    //SourceMod Batch Compiler
    // by the SourceMod Dev Team
     
    //// sm_forcetimelimit.sp
    // Internal error.
    Press enter to exit ...
    Through the on-line compiler:
    Code:
    SourcePawn Compiler 1.0.4
    Copyright (c) 1997-2006, ITB CompuPhase, (C)2004-2008 AlliedModders, LLC
     
    /home/groups/sourcemod/upload_tmp/phpHAxVW1.sp(122) : error 017: undefined symbol "GetNextMap"
    /home/groups/sourcemod/upload_tmp/phpHAxVW1.sp(122) : error 092: number of arguments does not match definition
    /home/groups/sourcemod/upload_tmp/phpHAxVW1.sp(135) : error 017: undefined symbol "GetNextMap"
    /home/groups/sourcemod/upload_tmp/phpHAxVW1.sp(135) : error 092: number of arguments does not match definition
    /home/groups/sourcemod/upload_tmp/phpHAxVW1.sp(136) : error 017: undefined symbol "ForceChangeLevel"
    The server is Linux running the newly released 1.1. My machine is running Windows XP.

    Thanks Strontiumdog, I really love your work!
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    Old 12-30-2008 , 19:32   Re: Time limit enforcer
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    Ah crap.
    I wrote it using SM1.1 commands....GetNextMap and ForceChangeLevel are SM1.1

    The forum compiler is still 1.04, I think.

    Either
    Download SM1.1

    Or if you want, you can try the compiled version below.
    Attached Files
    File Type: smx sm_forcetimelimit.smx (3.2 KB, 321 views)
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    Old 12-30-2008 , 23:13   Re: Time limit enforcer
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    Thanks Strontiumdog, there's so much to remember with all of this, it's a wonder more of our heads haven't exploded.
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    Old 02-22-2009 , 06:05   Re: Time limit enforcer
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    thanks mate! i was looking for this exactly...works great in TF2
    cheers
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    Old 02-24-2009 , 10:58   Re: Time limit enforcer
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    Strontiumdog, I've tried this plugin a couple of times on my TF2 servers. Whenever it is installed, all maps just end when the timelimit (mp_timelimit "30") is reached.

    The default behavior on our servers without the plugin is that pl maps continue to the end of a round, ctf maps will go into overtime if an intell is out of it's starting position and cp maps will continue until a cap point is a solid color.

    Since the default value for sm_forcetimelimit_enable is 0, I would expect that just putting the plugin on the server should not change the behavior describe above. Instead, with the plugin installed, when 30 mintues are up, no end of map scoreboard just bang map change.

    I've tried putting sm_forcetimelimit_enable "0" into both the server.cfg and sourcemod.cfg files (seperately and at the same time, just to ensure it's getting read). Still after 30 minutes it's immediate map change.

    I've created map specific configs in the /cfgs folder with the correct map names for toyfort, snofort, cyberpunk and mario_kart. The only thing they contain is sm_forcetimelimit_enable "1". This really doesn't matter since all maps end with the plugin installed, but at least these don't go forever.

    I've been a programmer for years in other languages, but just starting to look at SM code. I was wondering, should there be an if (g_Enable) statement in all of the public functions, or at least in the MapChange one? I really don't know enough about timers yet to grasp if this would matter.

    When you get a chance, could you please check into this? I'm a fan of a lot of your work and I'd really like to have this one kill the endless maps, but leave the others alone. Thanks!
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    Old 02-27-2009 , 23:15   Re: Time limit enforcer
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    Oh God. Thanks for pointing out the bug.

    No. It wasn't that.
    g_enable is a handle, and I was trying to find if the handle == 1... *sigh*

    I should have done
    Code:
    if (GetConVarInt(g_enable) == 1)

    New version uploaded.
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