Re: Does EXCLASS get overwritten in a MOD?
As posted here: http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/pcgen_experimental/message/14657
> Can PRECAMPAIGN be used to exclude or include a FILE call in a pcc?Not sure if this actually works, but how about if you have one PCC, that then
includes two sub PCC's, each with an opposing PRECAMPAIGN (and each then
includes the appropriate FILE)
So essentially you can always include the top level source, and it then includes
an appropriate subsource (lst) depending on what other PCC's you've also
Or is the PRECAMPAIGN only parsed at the selection screen, rather than at load?
I can see some situations in my homebrew where such 'conditional includes' would
be useful (i.e. do I need to .MOD the original, or define it as new, dependant on other sources already defining (or not) something?)
--- In email@example.com, Andrew <drew0500@...> wrote:
> Hi Folks,
> I've come across an interesting situation sparked by DATA-526. We have paladins that can become
> ex-paladins or Anti-paladins.
> Our Anti-paladins are only in the APG, the paladins are in the core.
> So I have two thoughts but am not sure how this would work:
> First Solution - Might be the easiest.
> In the APG Mod the Paladin Class to make the EXCLASS:Antipaladin; Question, does the EXCLASS get
> overwritten in this case?
> Second Solution -
> Allow PRECAMPAIGN to be used upon the CLASS file itself and dictate which version is loaded based
> upon pcc files loaded. Not sure if that would be feasible.
> Can PRECAMPAIGN be used to exclude or include a FILE call in a pcc?
> Andrew Maitland (LegacyKing)
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