Re: [pcgen] I want to help
- Hi Scott!
PCGen is always looking for more LST Monkeys and your desire to help us is greatly appreciated. I'll pass you off to Andrew, the Data 2nd and Admin Silverback, to get you started down the right path but I know that one of the first steps to helping is to get a SourceForge account and then sign up for the PCGen project.
You might also pop over to the pcgen_experimental list here at Yahoo!. Thats where the data team hangs out. Ok, we hang out here, but we try to have our indepth nuts-and-bolts discussions for those really tricky lst solutions.
> PCGen Experimental: http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/pcgen_experimental/The general "How do I do . . . " questions on lst coding are fielded on the PCGenListFileHelp group.
> (for new official data source development)
> PCGen List File Help: http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/PCGenListFileHelp/On the PF front, the good news is that UM and UC are being worked on with UM being very nearly complete. Doug Limner is the principle data monkey working UM, and I am working the Eldrich Heritage feat chain, but have hit a tough spot in RL. (I get more free time in less than a week . . . :-) )
> (for assistance in creating new homebrew or official list files)
Eric C Smith
PCGen Doc 2nd
PR/PL Chimp, Data Chimp
Tracker Gibbon, Web Lemur
On Jul 9, 2012, at 8:23 AM, guru_scott@... wrote:
> I'm particularly interested in the Pathfinder data set. I've started working through the tutorials on creating .lst files and I've added a few feats and abilities that I noticed weren't included in the latest release. I don't want to step on anyone's toes so I'd like to know if anyone is working on Ultimate Magic, Ultimate Combat and the Adventurer's Armory. I have lots of free time.