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As many as you care to write in your Java code But now you'll be able to debug them properly in an IDE (breakpoints, much )Wonder how many bugs this will bring.
Oh my, Oh my! Hurrah I can write missions in Coldfusion!!
Everyone also learn how to comment please! In my real life job I have to try and work out what a one line Java statement does when some wise guy has squeezed a 10,000 line program into one unmaintainable line of Java shortcode! Or worse a whole program which is just one big regular expression!
How is this working with sqf/sqs?
How very exciting!
funny is that the Cup full of Java hint in other thread wasn't taken enough seriously
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It would be good to see some example scripts when it does arrive so we can get the hang of it within the ToH environment.
Last edited by Dwarden; Dec 16 2011 at 12:05. Reason: fixing my own typo
IIRC Java was one of the most targeted software for security exploits even more than Flash. Just curious how you make sure that exploits/hacks/cheats/... don't break the gameplay of ToH/A3? Its nice to use a open game but this opens another can of worms too.
I'm not even talented in sqf. Now i have to learn Java
Anyway this is great news. A few days ago i actually thought this was going to be lua.
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But this is a very good point. Just like malicious Java apps are used for "drive-by attacks" on anyone who stumbles upon the attackers website, similar attacks could be perpetrated by people hosting a specially crafted mission on an MP server. It's not a pleasent thought.