NOT HAPPY !!! (Was: Re: [pcgen][bug] Willpower vs. Will - NOT working)
- Ah....... OK now I see (apologies to the original poster)
OK, we've started a discussion on this on our dev list and with the
data monkeys. We'll probably have to start referring to items by a
key instead of their name or provide a (constantly updated) tool that
converts data for users.
Bugger and damn, should've seen this coming (I always recreate my
characters as a matter of course, so I didn't experience it myself) :-(.
--- In email@example.com, Benjamin Pew <benpew@...> wrote:
> No, the names of items are in core PCGen datasets. I have had the same
> experience, and I have never used a CMP dataset. For another example, a
> light warhorse has changed from "Horse (Light War)" to "Horse (War,
> to "Warhorse (Light)" or similar progression.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of
> Richard Bowers
> Sent: Wednesday, May 03, 2006 9:15 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: NOT HAPPY !!! (Was: Re: [pcgen][bug] Willpower vs. Will
> On the other stuff - the names of items - those sound like you're mixing
> commercial stuff (which the PCGen people CAN'T take into effect) with
> PCGen's list files. That's going to cause problems. PCGen's team
> team, just like Microsoft isn't Franklin Covey - commercial stuff
> written as an add on has to take the burden of making itself work.
- On May 4, 2006, at 4:41 AM, pkukwork wrote:
> Of course I'm mixing. Who is not ? I don't think many people run aBut if you're running the CMP files, you shouldn't ALSO be running
> "purely SRD" campaign, and I think that most people use at least the
> Complete Series from WotC in their campaign. At least this is what I
> find when I speak to most people I know or on mailing lists...
the SRD files. You should be using the PHB/DMG/MM sets from CMP as
well as whatever "addons" you're using.
It's that mixing of SRD and non-SRD (and PHB/DMG/MM in this context
are non-SRD as they're the CMP renditions of those books) that will
always always be a pain/nightmare/bugfest.