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Correct way you use a common functions script


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Old 10-23-2019 , 10:49   Correct way you use a common functions script
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Say I develop multiple plugins with different features but each of those scripts use common functions, I want to make a common / base file that all the separate plugins can access, what is the correct way to set it up?

I imagine making an uncompiled include file that is referenced by the main plugins might work.

But what if I want to use that base file to execute some code when it's loaded to store data about the game that other plugins can access? I guess an uncompiled include file won't be able to run in that way.

Perhaps I need a base plugin to run some common code when it loads that other plugins can access. And I would also need an include file containing just a bunch of functions that all the plugins could include and call functions from.
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Old 10-26-2019 , 14:39   Re: Correct way you use a common functions script
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Perhaps I need a base plugin to run some common code when it loads that other plugins can access. And I would also need an include file containing just a bunch of functions that all the plugins could include and call functions from.
There's documentation on how to do this here: https://wiki.alliedmods.net/Creating...eMod_Scripting)

Perhaps also check out: https://wiki.alliedmods.net/Function...eMod_Scripting)
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Old 10-28-2019 , 14:52   Re: Correct way you use a common functions script
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Thanks for the reply, I did manage to get a common plugin working using natives and a basic include file to store common functions. - #include "include/extra.sp"
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