Hero Lab 4e

Herolab D&D 4e Development => Herolab 4e Development => Topic started by: Cryptoknight on March 04, 2016, 12:19:47 PM

Title: Would somebody like to take this over?
Post by: Cryptoknight on March 04, 2016, 12:19:47 PM
Real life continues to pound me in the head and between that and my semi-loss of interest in 4e (my friends all went to 5e), and finally my self-perceived lack of skill in actual script writing, I'd like to hand over the job to somebody else to compile and update the download.

I can setup an ftp account so you just have to put the files out there after using the Herolab bundler, and I can share the password with you to modify the LoneWolf data that lets HL know there's a new version.

If so... send me an email (c r y p t o at c r y p t o k n i g h t d o t o r g) and we can get you setup.
Title: Re: Would somebody like to take this over?
Post by: SAbel on March 04, 2016, 05:12:05 PM
I do not have the ability to do this but if someone can give me an idea of what I should look for in training I will start working towards it, is there a corsera video out there or some other classes I can take to become more proficient.
Title: Re: Would somebody like to take this over?
Post by: Cryptoknight on March 04, 2016, 05:59:48 PM
If said classes existed... I think we'd all be coding this stuff..
Title: Re: Would somebody like to take this over?
Post by: Charlie on March 04, 2016, 10:36:47 PM
There are some links and videos on using the Hero Lab Editor in the program itself and on the Hero Lab forums, but the little bit of work I've done (mostly in Pathfinder) I mostly did by looking at how similar stuff worked and going from there.
Title: Re: Would somebody like to take this over?
Post by: Paragon on March 23, 2016, 09:14:47 PM
Same with me.  I've been doing some work with the files for the local group, but its been, at best, by finding a parallel piece of code and kitbashing it together.  When I haven't been able to find anything parallel, I've been stumped.
Title: Re: Would somebody like to take this over?
Post by: dmayhew469 on June 09, 2017, 02:02:12 PM
It would help if Lone Wolf would provide an Object model for the scripting.