jj2srvinfo 1.0

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18 Jan 2002 at 06:00 (Minor update on 18 Jan 2002)

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Description

This is the first release of jj2srvinfo. It was a fun little script i made to retrieve the current level and people playing in a server.

It is written in Ruby, so an interpreter is needed to run the script. You can check Ruby out at www.ruby-lang.org or download the windoze binary at http://dev.rubycentral.com/downloads/files/ruby165-2.exe

The project is hosted at http://sourceforge.net/projects/jj2server

Check there for more updates, and (maybe) a jj2server program in the future.

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User Reviews (Sort by Helpful Index or Date Posted) Average: 7.8

Review by Link

Posted:
Posted more than 18 years ago
Frog (12 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings12 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness0
Rating
8.2

This is the most useful tool I’ve ever seen for JJ2. Thank you Cheeze, for making this :)

Basically, this script connects to a JJ2 server and finds out what level is currently playing as well as all the players online. It is very easy to use, with a simple menu interface. You can select what list server you want to use, and then you can view the server list and pick a server right from it. Then it will connect to the server, and retrieve the level filename and the names of the players on it.

I only found one bug: When a server has timed out or something, if you try to connect to it with jj2srvinfo, the program will just sort of freeze (requires a Ctrl+C to get out of it on Linux; I haven’t tried it on Windows yet). But other than that, it is good! An upcoming J2HG project, codenamed XJJ2-2 will probably incorporate this into it, for ease of use without an interpreter, and a nice “Windows” look instead of text-based.

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Review by Newspaz

Posted:
Posted more than 18 years ago
Spaz Slackrabbit (140 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings132 Featured reviews2 Average helpfulness68%
Rating
7.7

Nice! It took me a while to figure out how this worked but I must say it’s cool! Although, it does not seem to work well on 1.24 servers.

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Review by Overlord

Posted:
Posted more than 18 years ago
Frog (18 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings18 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness85%
Rating
8.7

Congrats, Cheeze!
One of the most interesting programs I’ve yet seen!
I wonder if you could teach us how to do such things in VB :P
Hehe.

J2HG! We have the POWER!

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Review by Spotty

Posted:
Posted more than 18 years ago
Turtle Goon (87 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings87 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness73%
Rating
5.7

This is a very nifty program that I like very much except for one thing, it makes test bots go into servers which really are starting to get TO ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I tried to ban it in the game, but it’s to darn fast and somehow I ended up banning some other foo. ( :P )
My solution was to add Test to banlist of course, but as long as u can live the rest of ur jj2 life with tests entering and leaving very quickly
you should be fine……..!!![This review has been edited by Spotty]

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Review by ÍpÐøpé

Posted:
Posted more than 18 years ago
Turtle Goon (61 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings61 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness100%
Rating
N/A

A bit hard to rate it if you haven’t even installed it yet…

I copied all the files into the Jazz direcotry..but I still doesn’t get it working..Could you please submit a “How to install it”? Thanks :-)

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Review by blurredd

Posted:
Posted more than 18 years ago
Spaz Slackrabbit (198 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings198 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness90%
Rating
7.7

Ok, so I got it to work, and I saw how it works. It’s nice, but annoying, especially when you see that “Test joined/left the game” thing. I see it every 3 seconds at battle server! It’s not that bad though. I would rather not see Test joining the server every once in a while, so I suggest using “§§” so nothing shows up (instead, just a mysterious space pops up in between conversations). Is that a good idea?

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Review by Cheeze

Posted:
Posted more than 18 years ago
CTF Bug (1 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings1 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness0%
Rating
N/A

Would using “§§” eliminate a “Joined the game/left the game” altogether? I would think it would still say that someone joined and left. I can try it, tho.

And keep giving me ideas and bug fixes…i might release a new version with bugs fixed, or a tk interface for the more graphical user.

As for installing it, i said that there’s a windoze intepreter for ruby here. You just install that, then double-click on the ruby file.

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Review by White Rabbit

Posted:
Posted more than 18 years ago
Auto-Reviewing Zombie (435 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings268 Featured reviews15 Average helpfulness85%
Rating
8.5

Wow! This is one of the most useful programd I’ve ever stumbled across over!! You can do a lot of stuff like check out which servers are up, how many ppl there are in the server and who they are. Also, you can see the lvl the server is hosting. Neat! (-D This is worth downloading folks… Here, take this 8.5.

Cheers,

White Rabbit.

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Review by Super Saiyan

Posted:
Posted more than 18 years ago
Spaz Slackrabbit (197 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings197 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness11%
Rating
N/A

I’ll review this when i have 1.23 and 1.24 installed again on my comp…so till then no review from me :-)

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Review by Taz

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Posted more than 18 years ago
Jazz Jackrabbit (279 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings279 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness37%
Rating
8.0

Cool Programma.
It works.
But one -point is that it during too long for you recieve the semeone in the server
Tnx fot make this progamma :P
Taz

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Review by American

Posted:
Posted more than 18 years ago
I might as well work here (708 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings577 Featured reviews5 Average helpfulness85%
Rating
8.0

There are plenty of list server capture programs currently available, and this is one of my favorites. However, it is aging quickly. It does not provide information on the server that is as in-depth as many of the other options, nor does it feature as much customizability, but it is a good old stand-by. It provides in-depth server information about servers that are currently up via a MS-DOS interface. Those who are frightened by command lines need not apply – this program has no interface other than the one MSDOS supplies. The default join name is “Test”, and while not the perfect option, it’s better than the annoyingly colorful join name that graced the original JazzTool. Still, despite its hard use, this script is worthwhile. However, new options such as JazzTool and J2SU are quickly passing it, and it is destined to be left eating new tools’ dust if there is not an update soon.[This review has been edited by Trafton AT][This review has been edited by Trafton AT]

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Review by JJ Tublear

Posted:
Posted more than 18 years ago
Turtle Goon (74 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings74 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness50%
Rating
8.5

It’s cool and easy to use, and the icons are nice looking. But you should make it so it’ll run JJ2 if you like right click and select play or something. And I am so darned use to the X to close in the corner so please add that.

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Review by spazz

Posted:
Posted more than 18 years ago
Spaz Slackrabbit (166 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings166 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness25%
Rating
8.0

It’s usefull. :)

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Review by DaPete10

Posted:
Posted more than 18 years ago
Frog (17 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings13 Featured reviews1 Average helpfulness58%
Rating
8.0

This blows the roof :)

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Review by Lamer

Posted:
Posted more than 18 years ago
Frog (22 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings22 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness33%
Rating
7.0

First prog I’ve tried that uses Ruby. You’re the protocol master, Cheeze. :)

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