You mentioned I could use function interfaces for overwritable methods, but I'm curious, is there a simple way to do it? I know "extends" or "delegates" grant default methods, but I don't know if there's such a shortcut for function interfaces.
Because if it requires a lot of effort on the user's part to make it work, I don't think too many people would be interested in using my system that I'm developing.
I'm gonna use a saying that I learned from my good pal Romek:
"Talking to kinkykingy is like talking to a brick wall; It's boring, and neither of you will get anything from it."
@your conversation from may 24th
btw, I just recognized kinky never gave me any rep. One reason more not to talk to him but let him live in his fine little world of nonsense.
I guess it's okay, they know him there.
btw in the meantime i'm going to write some debugging code and try to figure out a way to code up something to force aids to take back the indexes of units you never wanted it to index. or somthing like that...unless there's a simple and easy way in the system already. it kinda looks like there might be...i don't know what everything does yet. :/ (which has nothing to do with the bug i found, i should repeat that)
found the offending trigger! turns out it's an isolated incident...but yeah anyway i don't really understand how to fix the problem without deleting the trigger. i guess it's not a big deal to say goodbye to some old spell that someone else made, but if it's easy for you to figure out then have at it, and thanks. i don't understand the code in that spell.
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