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Be the MvM Tank!


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Seamusmario
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Join Date: Jun 2017
Plugin ID:
5851
Plugin Version:
1.0
Plugin Category:
General Purpose
Plugin Game:
Team Fortress 2
Plugin Dependencies:
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    Plugin Description:
    Lets you become a MvM Tank without using entities!
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    Old 10-02-2017 , 14:00   Be the MvM Tank!
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    This plugin is unaproved! no plugin 4 u!

    Last edited by Seamusmario; 11-19-2017 at 10:04.
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    sneaK
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    Join Date: Feb 2015
    Location: USA
    Old 10-02-2017 , 14:34   Re: Be the MvM Tank!
    Reply With Quote #2

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by 404UserNotFound View Post
    Wonder if this is just Pelipoika's Be The Tank plugin ripped off...

    And if there isn't a download, then why even make a thread?
    There was, I didn't actually download it this time.

    Unapproved, no plugin.
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    Benoist3012
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    Old 10-02-2017 , 14:37   Re: Be the MvM Tank!
    Reply With Quote #3

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Seamusmario View Post
    Commands:
    !betank
    !betank2
    !kant


    I allow you to edit the sourcecode, if you know what your doing...


    Original Plugin is in My TF2 Server.



    Community: http://steamcommunity.com/groups/SEAMServer

    If you want to let admins only use this,
    Go to sourcemod -> configs
    and paste this into "admin_overrides.cfg"
    "sm_betank" "FLAG"
    "sm_betank2" "FLAG"
    "sm_kant" "FLAG"
    Replace the "FLAG" into a admin flag you want.

    Unfortently i have to work on the plugin again, won't be downloadable untill done.

    Removing attached files, and leaving a plugin post blank is not allowed, now let's break down into the code you posted earlier, for those who are curious the sourcecode is attached on my post.

    So we start with missing author desc field, even if it's optional it's always nice to have these filled so server owners know what they are running and from who when using "sm plugins list"
    Code:
    public Plugin:myinfo = {     name = "Be the Tank",     author = "Unknown",     description = "Unknown",     version = "1.0",     url = "unknown" }

    The only commands in your plugin are sm_bebuster & sm_retsub
    Code:
    RegConsoleCmd("sm_bebuster", Command_scout, "Lets you become a Spy that is so powerfull.");     RegConsoleCmd("sm_retsub", Command_scout, "Lets you become a Spy that is so powerfull.");

    These commands are not the ones you mentioned in your post, and doesn't server the intended plugin's goal.

    The symbol for Event_SkeletonDeath is undefined, making your code uncompilable, so what's inside the smx you had attached on your post earlier?
    Code:
    HookEvent("player_death", Event_SkeletonDeath, EventHookMode_Pre);

    You are saying:
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Seamusmario View Post
    I allow you to edit the sourcecode, if you know what your doing...
    but you don't seem to know what you are really doing, the code seems to be ripped code part from others plugins.
    Attached Files
    File Type: sp Get Plugin or Get Source (bethetank.sp - 189 views - 5.5 KB)
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    Seamusmario
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    Old 11-19-2017 , 10:07   Re: Be the MvM Tank!
    Reply With Quote #4

    thanks very much, didn't know about this.
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