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Old 10-07-2011, 07:27 PM
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clientr multidimensional arrays not syncing

Multidimensional array values in clientr are not synced to the clientside when manipulated directly.

In the following example, after the code has run, the client still reads player.clientr.something as {{1, 1}}
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player.clientr.something = {{11}};
player.clientr.something[0][1] = 2// this line's changes are not synced to clientside 
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Old 10-07-2011, 10:58 PM
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I've replicated this. Looks like it's not being saved in the player's attributes (not shown in "/open account", even after reconnecting).

Testing code:

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function onCreated() {
  
temp.pl findPlayer("YOUR_ACCOUNT");
  
  
temp.pl.clientr.test = {{"one""two"}};
  
temp.pl.clientr.test[0][1] = "three";
  
  echo(
"server: " temp.pl.clientr.test);
  
  
temp.pl.addWeapon(this.name);
  
temp.pl.triggerClient("gui"this.name"check");
}

function 
onActionServerSide(temp.cmdtemp.data) {
  if (
temp.cmd == "returnCheck") {
    echo(
"client: " temp.data);
  }
}

//#CLIENTSIDE
function onActionClientSide(temp.cmd) {
  if (
temp.cmd == "check") {
    
triggerServer("gui"this.name"returnCheck"player.clientr.test);
  }

Output on Ol' West:
PHP Code:
Weapon/GUI-script wtf added/updated by cbk1994
server
"one,three",
client"one,two"
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Old 10-08-2011, 01:27 PM
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Yes, not sure if it should be supported. When you have complex data then just assign it one time to the client./clientr. variable so that it's not sent ten times to the client.
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Yes, not sure if it should be supported. When you have complex data then just assign it one time to the client./clientr. variable so that it's not sent ten times to the client.
Does this mean that data is being sent to the client (or multiple clients when it comes to attr[] values) upon every single assignment?
I'd have imagined it would be happening just the one time at the end of the script process to avoid this.
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Old 10-08-2011, 06:33 PM
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Each time you change it yes, to be in sync with triggers and such stuff.
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Old 10-25-2011, 07:18 PM
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Each time you change it yes, to be in sync with triggers and such stuff.
Is this also the case with modifying serverr. variables?
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Is this also the case with modifying serverr. variables?
Yes.
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Old 10-09-2011, 12:03 AM
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I was thinking the same as Thor. That's good to know. It would be very helpful if there was an event for when clientr variables get updated.
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