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trunk/broker_leveltime/broker_leveltime.toc New file
0,0 → 1,16
## Interface: 30300
## Title: Broker Leveltime
## Notes: Records time for each level while levelling
## Author: Michael Irving
## X-Category: Broker
## SavedVariables: LeveltimeDB
 
 
libs\LibStub\LibStub.lua
libs\CallbackHandler-1.0\CallbackHandler-1.0.xml
libs\libdatabroker\LibDataBroker-1.1.lua
libs\AceAddon-3.0\AceAddon-3.0.xml
libs\AceDB-3.0\AceDB-3.0.xml
libs\AceEvent-3.0\AceEvent-3.0.xml
libs\AceTimer-3.0\AceTimer-3.0.xml
Leveltime.lua
trunk/broker_leveltime/Leveltime.lua New file
0,0 → 1,109
local addon = LibStub("AceAddon-3.0"):NewAddon("Broker_Leveltime","AceTimer-3.0","AceEvent-3.0")
addon.totaltime = 0
addon.playedthislevel = 0
addon.basetime = 0
addon.difftime = 0
local f = CreateFrame("frame")
local ldb = LibStub:GetLibrary("LibDataBroker-1.1")
local dataobj = ldb:NewDataObject("Broker_Leveltime", {
type = "data source",
icon = "Interface\\Icons\\Spell_Holy_BorrowedTime",
text = "Broker_Leveltime",
})
 
function dataobj:OnTooltipShow()
local tottime = addon.totaltime + addon.difftime
local lvltime = addon.playedthislevel + addon.difftime
local totdays = floor( tottime / (60*60*24))
local tothours = floor( (tottime-(totdays*60*60*24)) / (60*60))
local totmins = floor( (tottime-(totdays*60*60*24)-(tothours*60*60)) / 60 )
if totdays > 0 then
self:AddLine("Total time played: " .. totdays .. " day(s) " .. tothours .. " hour(s) " .. totmins .. " min(s)")
elseif tothours > 0 then
self:AddLine("Total time played: " .. tothours .. " hour(s) " .. totmins .. " min(s)")
else
self:AddLine("Total time played: " .. totmins .. " min(s)")
end
local lvldays = floor( lvltime / (60*60*24))
local lvlhours = floor( (lvltime-(lvldays*60*60*24)) / (60*60))
local lvlmins = floor( (lvltime-(lvldays*60*60*24)-(lvlhours*60*60)) / 60 )
if lvldays > 0 then
self:AddLine("Time played this level: " .. lvldays .. " day(s) " .. lvlhours .. " hour(s) " .. lvlmins .. " min(s)")
elseif lvlhours > 0 then
self:AddLine("Time played this level: " .. lvlhours .. " hour(s) " .. lvlmins .. " min(s)")
else
self:AddLine("Time played this level: " .. lvlmins .. " min(s)")
end
if addon.db.char.level then
if addon.db.char.level[UnitLevel("player")] then
if addon.db.char.level[UnitLevel("player")].time then
self:AddLine("Current level was achieved ".. date("%c",addon.db.char.level[UnitLevel("player")].time))
end
end
local printlevel=UnitLevel("player") - 1
if printlevel < 0 then printlevel = 1 end
local printtolevel = UnitLevel("player") - 5
if printtolevel < 0 then printtolevel = 1 end
while printlevel >= printtolevel do
if addon.db.char.level[printlevel] then
if addon.db.char.level[printlevel].time then
self:AddLine("Level "..printlevel.." was achieved ".. date("%c",addon.db.char.level[printlevel].time))
end
if addon.db.char.level[printlevel].playtime then
local tmptime = addon.db.char.level[printlevel].playtime
local ptdays = floor(tmptime / (60*60*24))
local pthours = floor((tmptime - (ptdays * 60*60*24)) / (60*60))
local ptmins = floor((tmptime - (ptdays * 60*60*24) - (pthours *60*60)) / 60)
local ptstr = ""
if ptdays>0 then ptstr = ptdays.." day(s) " end
if pthours>0 then ptstr = ptstr..pthours.." hour(s) " end
ptstr = ptstr..ptmins.." min(s)"
self:AddLine("Level "..printlevel.." playtime was "..ptstr)
end
end
 
printlevel = printlevel-1
end
end
 
 
end
 
function dataobj:OnEnter()
GameTooltip:SetOwner(self, "ANCHOR_NONE")
GameTooltip:SetPoint("TOPLEFT", self, "BOTTOMLEFT")
GameTooltip:ClearLines()
dataobj.OnTooltipShow(GameTooltip)
GameTooltip:Show()
end
 
function dataobj:OnLeave()
GameTooltip:Hide()
end
 
function addon:TIME_PLAYED_MSG(eventName, total, level)
self.totaltime = total
self.playedthislevel = level
self.basetime = time()
end
 
function addon:PLAYER_LEVEL_UP(eventName,level, hp, mp, talentPoints, strength, agility, stamina, intellect, spirit)
if not self.db.char.level then self.db.char.level={} end
if not self.db.char.level[level] then self.db.char.level[level]={} end
if not self.db.char.level[level-1] then self.db.char.level[level-1]={} end
self.db.char.level[level].time = time()
self.db.char.level[level-1].playtime = self.playedthislevel + self.difftime
RequestTimePlayed()
end
 
function addon:MinTimer()
self.difftime = time() - self.basetime
end
 
function addon:OnInitialize()
self.db = LibStub("AceDB-3.0"):New("LeveltimeDB")
self:RegisterEvent("TIME_PLAYED_MSG")
self:RegisterEvent("PLAYER_LEVEL_UP")
self.minuteTimer = self:ScheduleRepeatingTimer("MinTimer", 1)
RequestTimePlayed()
end
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trunk/broker_leveltime/libs/LibStub/tests/test.lua New file
0,0 → 1,41
debugstack = debug.traceback
strmatch = string.match
 
loadfile("../LibStub.lua")()
 
local lib, oldMinor = LibStub:NewLibrary("Pants", 1) -- make a new thingy
assert(lib) -- should return the library table
assert(not oldMinor) -- should not return the old minor, since it didn't exist
 
-- the following is to create data and then be able to check if the same data exists after the fact
function lib:MyMethod()
end
local MyMethod = lib.MyMethod
lib.MyTable = {}
local MyTable = lib.MyTable
 
local newLib, newOldMinor = LibStub:NewLibrary("Pants", 1) -- try to register a library with the same version, should silently fail
assert(not newLib) -- should not return since out of date
 
local newLib, newOldMinor = LibStub:NewLibrary("Pants", 0) -- try to register a library with a previous, should silently fail
assert(not newLib) -- should not return since out of date
 
local newLib, newOldMinor = LibStub:NewLibrary("Pants", 2) -- register a new version
assert(newLib) -- library table
assert(rawequal(newLib, lib)) -- should be the same reference as the previous
assert(newOldMinor == 1) -- should return the minor version of the previous version
 
assert(rawequal(lib.MyMethod, MyMethod)) -- verify that values were saved
assert(rawequal(lib.MyTable, MyTable)) -- verify that values were saved
 
local newLib, newOldMinor = LibStub:NewLibrary("Pants", "Blah 3 Blah") -- register a new version with a string minor version (instead of a number)
assert(newLib) -- library table
assert(newOldMinor == 2) -- previous version was 2
 
local newLib, newOldMinor = LibStub:NewLibrary("Pants", "Blah 4 and please ignore 15 Blah") -- register a new version with a string minor version (instead of a number)
assert(newLib)
assert(newOldMinor == 3) -- previous version was 3 (even though it gave a string)
 
local newLib, newOldMinor = LibStub:NewLibrary("Pants", 5) -- register a new library, using a normal number instead of a string
assert(newLib)
assert(newOldMinor == 4) -- previous version was 4 (even though it gave a string)
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trunk/broker_leveltime/libs/LibStub/tests/test2.lua New file
0,0 → 1,27
debugstack = debug.traceback
strmatch = string.match
 
loadfile("../LibStub.lua")()
 
for major, library in LibStub:IterateLibraries() do
-- check that MyLib doesn't exist yet, by iterating through all the libraries
assert(major ~= "MyLib")
end
 
assert(not LibStub:GetLibrary("MyLib", true)) -- check that MyLib doesn't exist yet by direct checking
assert(not pcall(LibStub.GetLibrary, LibStub, "MyLib")) -- don't silently fail, thus it should raise an error.
local lib = LibStub:NewLibrary("MyLib", 1) -- create the lib
assert(lib) -- check it exists
assert(rawequal(LibStub:GetLibrary("MyLib"), lib)) -- verify that :GetLibrary("MyLib") properly equals the lib reference
 
assert(LibStub:NewLibrary("MyLib", 2)) -- create a new version
 
local count=0
for major, library in LibStub:IterateLibraries() do
-- check that MyLib exists somewhere in the libraries, by iterating through all the libraries
if major == "MyLib" then -- we found it!
count = count +1
assert(rawequal(library, lib)) -- verify that the references are equal
end
end
assert(count == 1) -- verify that we actually found it, and only once
trunk/broker_leveltime/libs/LibStub/tests/test3.lua New file
0,0 → 1,14
debugstack = debug.traceback
strmatch = string.match
 
loadfile("../LibStub.lua")()
 
local proxy = newproxy() -- non-string
 
assert(not pcall(LibStub.NewLibrary, LibStub, proxy, 1)) -- should error, proxy is not a string, it's userdata
local success, ret = pcall(LibStub.GetLibrary, proxy, true)
assert(not success or not ret) -- either error because proxy is not a string or because it's not actually registered.
 
assert(not pcall(LibStub.NewLibrary, LibStub, "Something", "No number in here")) -- should error, minor has no string in it.
 
assert(not LibStub:GetLibrary("Something", true)) -- shouldn't've created it from the above statement
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trunk/broker_leveltime/libs/LibStub/tests/test4.lua New file
0,0 → 1,41
debugstack = debug.traceback
strmatch = string.match
 
loadfile("../LibStub.lua")()
 
 
-- Pretend like loaded libstub is old and doesn't have :IterateLibraries
assert(LibStub.minor)
LibStub.minor = LibStub.minor - 0.0001
LibStub.IterateLibraries = nil
 
loadfile("../LibStub.lua")()
 
assert(type(LibStub.IterateLibraries)=="function")
 
 
-- Now pretend that we're the same version -- :IterateLibraries should NOT be re-created
LibStub.IterateLibraries = 123
 
loadfile("../LibStub.lua")()
 
assert(LibStub.IterateLibraries == 123)
 
 
-- Now pretend that a newer version is loaded -- :IterateLibraries should NOT be re-created
LibStub.minor = LibStub.minor + 0.0001
 
loadfile("../LibStub.lua")()
 
assert(LibStub.IterateLibraries == 123)
 
 
-- Again with a huge number
LibStub.minor = LibStub.minor + 1234567890
 
loadfile("../LibStub.lua")()
 
assert(LibStub.IterateLibraries == 123)
 
 
print("OK")
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trunk/broker_leveltime/libs/LibStub/LibStub.lua New file
0,0 → 1,51
-- $Id: LibStub.lua 76 2007-09-03 01:50:17Z mikk $
-- LibStub is a simple versioning stub meant for use in Libraries. http://www.wowace.com/wiki/LibStub for more info
-- LibStub is hereby placed in the Public Domain
-- Credits: Kaelten, Cladhaire, ckknight, Mikk, Ammo, Nevcairiel, joshborke
local LIBSTUB_MAJOR, LIBSTUB_MINOR = "LibStub", 2 -- NEVER MAKE THIS AN SVN REVISION! IT NEEDS TO BE USABLE IN ALL REPOS!
local LibStub = _G[LIBSTUB_MAJOR]
 
-- Check to see is this version of the stub is obsolete
if not LibStub or LibStub.minor < LIBSTUB_MINOR then
LibStub = LibStub or {libs = {}, minors = {} }
_G[LIBSTUB_MAJOR] = LibStub
LibStub.minor = LIBSTUB_MINOR
 
-- LibStub:NewLibrary(major, minor)
-- major (string) - the major version of the library
-- minor (string or number ) - the minor version of the library
--
-- returns nil if a newer or same version of the lib is already present
-- returns empty library object or old library object if upgrade is needed
function LibStub:NewLibrary(major, minor)
assert(type(major) == "string", "Bad argument #2 to `NewLibrary' (string expected)")
minor = assert(tonumber(strmatch(minor, "%d+")), "Minor version must either be a number or contain a number.")
 
local oldminor = self.minors[major]
if oldminor and oldminor >= minor then return nil end
self.minors[major], self.libs[major] = minor, self.libs[major] or {}
return self.libs[major], oldminor
end
 
-- LibStub:GetLibrary(major, [silent])
-- major (string) - the major version of the library
-- silent (boolean) - if true, library is optional, silently return nil if its not found
--
-- throws an error if the library can not be found (except silent is set)
-- returns the library object if found
function LibStub:GetLibrary(major, silent)
if not self.libs[major] and not silent then
error(("Cannot find a library instance of %q."):format(tostring(major)), 2)
end
return self.libs[major], self.minors[major]
end
 
-- LibStub:IterateLibraries()
--
-- Returns an iterator for the currently registered libraries
function LibStub:IterateLibraries()
return pairs(self.libs)
end
 
setmetatable(LibStub, { __call = LibStub.GetLibrary })
end
trunk/broker_leveltime/libs/LibStub/.pkgmeta New file
0,0 → 1,51
package-as: LibStub
trunk/broker_leveltime/libs/LibStub/LibStub.toc New file
0,0 → 1,9
## Interface: 20400
## Title: Lib: LibStub
## Notes: Universal Library Stub
## Credits: Kaelten, Cladhaire, ckknight, Mikk, Ammo, Nevcairiel
## X-Website: http://jira.wowace.com/browse/LS
## X-Category: Library
## X-License: Public Domain
 
LibStub.lua
trunk/broker_leveltime/libs/LibDataBroker/README.textile New file
0,0 → 1,13
LibDataBroker is a small WoW addon library designed to provide a "MVC":http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Model-view-controller interface for use in various addons.
LDB's primary goal is to "detach" plugins for TitanPanel and FuBar from the display addon.
Plugins can provide data into a simple table, and display addons can receive callbacks to refresh their display of this data.
LDB also provides a place for addons to register "quicklaunch" functions, removing the need for authors to embed many large libraries to create minimap buttons.
Users who do not wish to be "plagued" by these buttons simply do not install an addon to render them.
 
Due to it's simple generic design, LDB can be used for any design where you wish to have an addon notified of changes to a table.
 
h2. Links
 
* "API documentation":http://github.com/tekkub/libdatabroker-1-1/wikis/api
* "Data specifications":http://github.com/tekkub/libdatabroker-1-1/wikis/data-specifications
* "Addons using LDB":http://github.com/tekkub/libdatabroker-1-1/wikis/addons-using-ldb
trunk/broker_leveltime/libs/LibDataBroker/LibDataBroker-1.1.lua New file
0,0 → 1,90
 
assert(LibStub, "LibDataBroker-1.1 requires LibStub")
assert(LibStub:GetLibrary("CallbackHandler-1.0", true), "LibDataBroker-1.1 requires CallbackHandler-1.0")
 
local lib, oldminor = LibStub:NewLibrary("LibDataBroker-1.1", 4)
if not lib then return end
oldminor = oldminor or 0
 
 
lib.callbacks = lib.callbacks or LibStub:GetLibrary("CallbackHandler-1.0"):New(lib)
lib.attributestorage, lib.namestorage, lib.proxystorage = lib.attributestorage or {}, lib.namestorage or {}, lib.proxystorage or {}
local attributestorage, namestorage, callbacks = lib.attributestorage, lib.namestorage, lib.callbacks
 
if oldminor < 2 then
lib.domt = {
__metatable = "access denied",
__index = function(self, key) return attributestorage[self] and attributestorage[self][key] end,
}
end
 
if oldminor < 3 then
lib.domt.__newindex = function(self, key, value)
if not attributestorage[self] then attributestorage[self] = {} end
if attributestorage[self][key] == value then return end
attributestorage[self][key] = value
local name = namestorage[self]
if not name then return end
callbacks:Fire("LibDataBroker_AttributeChanged", name, key, value, self)
callbacks:Fire("LibDataBroker_AttributeChanged_"..name, name, key, value, self)
callbacks:Fire("LibDataBroker_AttributeChanged_"..name.."_"..key, name, key, value, self)
callbacks:Fire("LibDataBroker_AttributeChanged__"..key, name, key, value, self)
end
end
 
if oldminor < 2 then
function lib:NewDataObject(name, dataobj)
if self.proxystorage[name] then return end
 
if dataobj then
assert(type(dataobj) == "table", "Invalid dataobj, must be nil or a table")
self.attributestorage[dataobj] = {}
for i,v in pairs(dataobj) do
self.attributestorage[dataobj][i] = v
dataobj[i] = nil
end
end
dataobj = setmetatable(dataobj or {}, self.domt)
self.proxystorage[name], self.namestorage[dataobj] = dataobj, name
self.callbacks:Fire("LibDataBroker_DataObjectCreated", name, dataobj)
return dataobj
end
end
 
if oldminor < 1 then
function lib:DataObjectIterator()
return pairs(self.proxystorage)
end
 
function lib:GetDataObjectByName(dataobjectname)
return self.proxystorage[dataobjectname]
end
 
function lib:GetNameByDataObject(dataobject)
return self.namestorage[dataobject]
end
end
 
if oldminor < 4 then
local next = pairs(attributestorage)
function lib:pairs(dataobject_or_name)
local t = type(dataobject_or_name)
assert(t == "string" or t == "table", "Usage: ldb:pairs('dataobjectname') or ldb:pairs(dataobject)")
 
local dataobj = self.proxystorage[dataobject_or_name] or dataobject_or_name
assert(attributestorage[dataobj], "Data object not found")
 
return next, attributestorage[dataobj], nil
end
 
local ipairs_iter = ipairs(attributestorage)
function lib:ipairs(dataobject_or_name)
local t = type(dataobject_or_name)
assert(t == "string" or t == "table", "Usage: ldb:ipairs('dataobjectname') or ldb:ipairs(dataobject)")
 
local dataobj = self.proxystorage[dataobject_or_name] or dataobject_or_name
assert(attributestorage[dataobj], "Data object not found")
 
return ipairs_iter, attributestorage[dataobj], 0
end
end
trunk/broker_leveltime/libs/CallbackHandler-1.0/CallbackHandler-1.0.xml New file
0,0 → 1,4
<Ui xmlns="http://www.blizzard.com/wow/ui/" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:schemaLocation="http://www.blizzard.com/wow/ui/
..\FrameXML\UI.xsd">
<Script file="CallbackHandler-1.0.lua"/>
</Ui>
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trunk/broker_leveltime/libs/CallbackHandler-1.0/CallbackHandler-1.0.lua New file
0,0 → 1,240
--[[ $Id: CallbackHandler-1.0.lua 13 2009-12-06 21:56:53Z nevcairiel $ ]]
local MAJOR, MINOR = "CallbackHandler-1.0", 5
local CallbackHandler = LibStub:NewLibrary(MAJOR, MINOR)
 
if not CallbackHandler then return end -- No upgrade needed
 
local meta = {__index = function(tbl, key) tbl[key] = {} return tbl[key] end}
 
-- Lua APIs
local tconcat = table.concat
local assert, error, loadstring = assert, error, loadstring
local setmetatable, rawset, rawget = setmetatable, rawset, rawget
local next, select, pairs, type, tostring = next, select, pairs, type, tostring
 
-- Global vars/functions that we don't upvalue since they might get hooked, or upgraded
-- List them here for Mikk's FindGlobals script
-- GLOBALS: geterrorhandler
 
local xpcall = xpcall
 
local function errorhandler(err)
return geterrorhandler()(err)
end
 
local function CreateDispatcher(argCount)
local code = [[
local next, xpcall, eh = ...
 
local method, ARGS
local function call() method(ARGS) end
 
local function dispatch(handlers, ...)
local index
index, method = next(handlers)
if not method then return end
local OLD_ARGS = ARGS
ARGS = ...
repeat
xpcall(call, eh)
index, method = next(handlers, index)
until not method
ARGS = OLD_ARGS
end
 
return dispatch
]]
 
local ARGS, OLD_ARGS = {}, {}
for i = 1, argCount do ARGS[i], OLD_ARGS[i] = "arg"..i, "old_arg"..i end
code = code:gsub("OLD_ARGS", tconcat(OLD_ARGS, ", ")):gsub("ARGS", tconcat(ARGS, ", "))
return assert(loadstring(code, "safecall Dispatcher["..argCount.."]"))(next, xpcall, errorhandler)
end
 
local Dispatchers = setmetatable({}, {__index=function(self, argCount)
local dispatcher = CreateDispatcher(argCount)
rawset(self, argCount, dispatcher)
return dispatcher
end})
 
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- CallbackHandler:New
--
-- target - target object to embed public APIs in
-- RegisterName - name of the callback registration API, default "RegisterCallback"
-- UnregisterName - name of the callback unregistration API, default "UnregisterCallback"
-- UnregisterAllName - name of the API to unregister all callbacks, default "UnregisterAllCallbacks". false == don't publish this API.
 
function CallbackHandler:New(target, RegisterName, UnregisterName, UnregisterAllName, OnUsed, OnUnused)
-- TODO: Remove this after beta has gone out
assert(not OnUsed and not OnUnused, "ACE-80: OnUsed/OnUnused are deprecated. Callbacks are now done to registry.OnUsed and registry.OnUnused")
 
RegisterName = RegisterName or "RegisterCallback"
UnregisterName = UnregisterName or "UnregisterCallback"
if UnregisterAllName==nil then -- false is used to indicate "don't want this method"
UnregisterAllName = "UnregisterAllCallbacks"
end
 
-- we declare all objects and exported APIs inside this closure to quickly gain access
-- to e.g. function names, the "target" parameter, etc
 
 
-- Create the registry object
local events = setmetatable({}, meta)
local registry = { recurse=0, events=events }
 
-- registry:Fire() - fires the given event/message into the registry
function registry:Fire(eventname, ...)
if not rawget(events, eventname) or not next(events[eventname]) then return end
local oldrecurse = registry.recurse
registry.recurse = oldrecurse + 1
 
Dispatchers[select('#', ...) + 1](events[eventname], eventname, ...)
 
registry.recurse = oldrecurse
 
if registry.insertQueue and oldrecurse==0 then
-- Something in one of our callbacks wanted to register more callbacks; they got queued
for eventname,callbacks in pairs(registry.insertQueue) do
local first = not rawget(events, eventname) or not next(events[eventname]) -- test for empty before. not test for one member after. that one member may have been overwritten.
for self,func in pairs(callbacks) do
events[eventname][self] = func
-- fire OnUsed callback?
if first and registry.OnUsed then
registry.OnUsed(registry, target, eventname)
first = nil
end
end
end
registry.insertQueue = nil
end
end
 
-- Registration of a callback, handles:
-- self["method"], leads to self["method"](self, ...)
-- self with function ref, leads to functionref(...)
-- "addonId" (instead of self) with function ref, leads to functionref(...)
-- all with an optional arg, which, if present, gets passed as first argument (after self if present)
target[RegisterName] = function(self, eventname, method, ... --[[actually just a single arg]])
if type(eventname) ~= "string" then
error("Usage: "..RegisterName.."(eventname, method[, arg]): 'eventname' - string expected.", 2)
end
 
method = method or eventname
 
local first = not rawget(events, eventname) or not next(events[eventname]) -- test for empty before. not test for one member after. that one member may have been overwritten.
 
if type(method) ~= "string" and type(method) ~= "function" then
error("Usage: "..RegisterName.."(\"eventname\", \"methodname\"): 'methodname' - string or function expected.", 2)
end
 
local regfunc
 
if type(method) == "string" then
-- self["method"] calling style
if type(self) ~= "table" then
error("Usage: "..RegisterName.."(\"eventname\", \"methodname\"): self was not a table?", 2)
elseif self==target then
error("Usage: "..RegisterName.."(\"eventname\", \"methodname\"): do not use Library:"..RegisterName.."(), use your own 'self'", 2)
elseif type(self[method]) ~= "function" then
error("Usage: "..RegisterName.."(\"eventname\", \"methodname\"): 'methodname' - method '"..tostring(method).."' not found on self.", 2)
end
 
if select("#",...)>=1 then -- this is not the same as testing for arg==nil!
local arg=select(1,...)
regfunc = function(...) self[method](self,arg,...) end
else
regfunc = function(...) self[method](self,...) end
end
else
-- function ref with self=object or self="addonId"
if type(self)~="table" and type(self)~="string" then
error("Usage: "..RegisterName.."(self or \"addonId\", eventname, method): 'self or addonId': table or string expected.", 2)
end
 
if select("#",...)>=1 then -- this is not the same as testing for arg==nil!
local arg=select(1,...)
regfunc = function(...) method(arg,...) end
else
regfunc = method
end
end
 
 
if events[eventname][self] or registry.recurse<1 then
-- if registry.recurse<1 then
-- we're overwriting an existing entry, or not currently recursing. just set it.
events[eventname][self] = regfunc
-- fire OnUsed callback?
if registry.OnUsed and first then
registry.OnUsed(registry, target, eventname)
end
else
-- we're currently processing a callback in this registry, so delay the registration of this new entry!
-- yes, we're a bit wasteful on garbage, but this is a fringe case, so we're picking low implementation overhead over garbage efficiency
registry.insertQueue = registry.insertQueue or setmetatable({},meta)
registry.insertQueue[eventname][self] = regfunc
end
end
 
-- Unregister a callback
target[UnregisterName] = function(self, eventname)
if not self or self==target then
error("Usage: "..UnregisterName.."(eventname): bad 'self'", 2)
end
if type(eventname) ~= "string" then
error("Usage: "..UnregisterName.."(eventname): 'eventname' - string expected.", 2)
end
if rawget(events, eventname) and events[eventname][self] then
events[eventname][self] = nil
-- Fire OnUnused callback?
if registry.OnUnused and not next(events[eventname]) then
registry.OnUnused(registry, target, eventname)
end
end
if registry.insertQueue and rawget(registry.insertQueue, eventname) and registry.insertQueue[eventname][self] then
registry.insertQueue[eventname][self] = nil
end
end
 
-- OPTIONAL: Unregister all callbacks for given selfs/addonIds
if UnregisterAllName then
target[UnregisterAllName] = function(...)
if select("#",...)<1 then
error("Usage: "..UnregisterAllName.."([whatFor]): missing 'self' or \"addonId\" to unregister events for.", 2)
end
if select("#",...)==1 and ...==target then
error("Usage: "..UnregisterAllName.."([whatFor]): supply a meaningful 'self' or \"addonId\"", 2)
end
 
 
for i=1,select("#",...) do
local self = select(i,...)
if registry.insertQueue then
for eventname, callbacks in pairs(registry.insertQueue) do
if callbacks[self] then
callbacks[self] = nil
end
end
end
for eventname, callbacks in pairs(events) do
if callbacks[self] then
callbacks[self] = nil
-- Fire OnUnused callback?
if registry.OnUnused and not next(callbacks) then
registry.OnUnused(registry, target, eventname)
end
end
end
end
end
end
 
return registry
end
 
 
-- CallbackHandler purposefully does NOT do explicit embedding. Nor does it
-- try to upgrade old implicit embeds since the system is selfcontained and
-- relies on closures to work.
 
trunk/broker_leveltime/libs/AceTimer-3.0/AceTimer-3.0.xml New file
0,0 → 1,4
<Ui xmlns="http://www.blizzard.com/wow/ui/" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:schemaLocation="http://www.blizzard.com/wow/ui/
..\FrameXML\UI.xsd">
<Script file="AceTimer-3.0.lua"/>
</Ui>
\ No newline at end of file
trunk/broker_leveltime/libs/AceTimer-3.0/AceTimer-3.0.lua New file
0,0 → 1,473
--- **AceTimer-3.0** provides a central facility for registering timers.
-- AceTimer supports one-shot timers and repeating timers. All timers are stored in an efficient
-- data structure that allows easy dispatching and fast rescheduling. Timers can be registered, rescheduled
-- or canceled at any time, even from within a running timer, without conflict or large overhead.\\
-- AceTimer is currently limited to firing timers at a frequency of 0.1s. This constant may change
-- in the future, but for now it seemed like a good compromise in efficiency and accuracy.
--
-- All `:Schedule` functions will return a handle to the current timer, which you will need to store if you
-- need to cancel or reschedule the timer you just registered.
--
-- **AceTimer-3.0** can be embeded into your addon, either explicitly by calling AceTimer:Embed(MyAddon) or by
-- specifying it as an embeded library in your AceAddon. All functions will be available on your addon object
-- and can be accessed directly, without having to explicitly call AceTimer itself.\\
-- It is recommended to embed AceTimer, otherwise you'll have to specify a custom `self` on all calls you
-- make into AceTimer.
-- @class file
-- @name AceTimer-3.0
-- @release $Id: AceTimer-3.0.lua 895 2009-12-06 16:28:55Z nevcairiel $
 
--[[
Basic assumptions:
* In a typical system, we do more re-scheduling per second than there are timer pulses per second
* Regardless of timer implementation, we cannot guarantee timely delivery due to FPS restriction (may be as low as 10)
 
This implementation:
CON: The smallest timer interval is constrained by HZ (currently 1/10s).
PRO: It will still correctly fire any timer slower than HZ over a length of time, e.g. 0.11s interval -> 90 times over 10 seconds
PRO: In lag bursts, the system simly skips missed timer intervals to decrease load
CON: Algorithms depending on a timer firing "N times per minute" will fail
PRO: (Re-)scheduling is O(1) with a VERY small constant. It's a simple linked list insertion in a hash bucket.
CAUTION: The BUCKETS constant constrains how many timers can be efficiently handled. With too many hash collisions, performance will decrease.
 
Major assumptions upheld:
- ALLOWS scheduling multiple timers with the same funcref/method
- ALLOWS scheduling more timers during OnUpdate processing
- ALLOWS unscheduling ANY timer (including the current running one) at any time, including during OnUpdate processing
]]
 
local MAJOR, MINOR = "AceTimer-3.0", 5
local AceTimer, oldminor = LibStub:NewLibrary(MAJOR, MINOR)
 
if not AceTimer then return end -- No upgrade needed
 
AceTimer.hash = AceTimer.hash or {} -- Array of [0..BUCKET-1] = linked list of timers (using .next member)
-- Linked list gets around ACE-88 and ACE-90.
AceTimer.selfs = AceTimer.selfs or {} -- Array of [self]={[handle]=timerobj, [handle2]=timerobj2, ...}
AceTimer.frame = AceTimer.frame or CreateFrame("Frame", "AceTimer30Frame")
 
-- Lua APIs
local assert, error, loadstring = assert, error, loadstring
local setmetatable, rawset, rawget = setmetatable, rawset, rawget
local select, pairs, type, next, tostring = select, pairs, type, next, tostring
local floor, max, min = math.floor, math.max, math.min
local tconcat = table.concat
 
-- WoW APIs
local GetTime = GetTime
 
-- Global vars/functions that we don't upvalue since they might get hooked, or upgraded
-- List them here for Mikk's FindGlobals script
-- GLOBALS: DEFAULT_CHAT_FRAME, geterrorhandler
 
-- Simple ONE-SHOT timer cache. Much more efficient than a full compost for our purposes.
local timerCache = nil
 
--[[
Timers will not be fired more often than HZ-1 times per second.
Keep at intended speed PLUS ONE or we get bitten by floating point rounding errors (n.5 + 0.1 can be n.599999)
If this is ever LOWERED, all existing timers need to be enforced to have a delay >= 1/HZ on lib upgrade.
If this number is ever changed, all entries need to be rehashed on lib upgrade.
]]
local HZ = 11
 
--[[
Prime for good distribution
If this number is ever changed, all entries need to be rehashed on lib upgrade.
]]
local BUCKETS = 131
 
local hash = AceTimer.hash
for i=1,BUCKETS do
hash[i] = hash[i] or false -- make it an integer-indexed array; it's faster than hashes
end
 
--[[
xpcall safecall implementation
]]
local xpcall = xpcall
 
local function errorhandler(err)
return geterrorhandler()(err)
end
 
local function CreateDispatcher(argCount)
local code = [[
local xpcall, eh = ... -- our arguments are received as unnamed values in "..." since we don't have a proper function declaration
local method, ARGS
local function call() return method(ARGS) end
 
local function dispatch(func, ...)
method = func
if not method then return end
ARGS = ...
return xpcall(call, eh)
end
 
return dispatch
]]
 
local ARGS = {}
for i = 1, argCount do ARGS[i] = "arg"..i end
code = code:gsub("ARGS", tconcat(ARGS, ", "))
return assert(loadstring(code, "safecall Dispatcher["..argCount.."]"))(xpcall, errorhandler)
end
 
local Dispatchers = setmetatable({}, {
__index=function(self, argCount)
local dispatcher = CreateDispatcher(argCount)
rawset(self, argCount, dispatcher)
return dispatcher
end
})
Dispatchers[0] = function(func)
return xpcall(func, errorhandler)
end
 
local function safecall(func, ...)
return Dispatchers[select('#', ...)](func, ...)
end
 
local lastint = floor(GetTime() * HZ)
 
-- --------------------------------------------------------------------
-- OnUpdate handler
--
-- traverse buckets, always chasing "now", and fire timers that have expired
 
local function OnUpdate()
local now = GetTime()
local nowint = floor(now * HZ)
 
-- Have we passed into a new hash bucket?
if nowint == lastint then return end
 
local soon = now + 1 -- +1 is safe as long as 1 < HZ < BUCKETS/2
 
-- Pass through each bucket at most once
-- Happens on e.g. instance loads, but COULD happen on high local load situations also
for curint = (max(lastint, nowint - BUCKETS) + 1), nowint do -- loop until we catch up with "now", usually only 1 iteration
local curbucket = (curint % BUCKETS)+1
-- Yank the list of timers out of the bucket and empty it. This allows reinsertion in the currently-processed bucket from callbacks.
local nexttimer = hash[curbucket]
hash[curbucket] = false -- false rather than nil to prevent the array from becoming a hash
 
while nexttimer do
local timer = nexttimer
nexttimer = timer.next
local when = timer.when
 
if when < soon then
-- Call the timer func, either as a method on given object, or a straight function ref
local callback = timer.callback
if type(callback) == "string" then
safecall(timer.object[callback], timer.object, timer.arg)
elseif callback then
safecall(callback, timer.arg)
else
-- probably nilled out by CancelTimer
timer.delay = nil -- don't reschedule it
end
 
local delay = timer.delay -- NOW make a local copy, can't do it earlier in case the timer cancelled itself in the callback
 
if not delay then
-- single-shot timer (or cancelled)
AceTimer.selfs[timer.object][tostring(timer)] = nil
timerCache = timer
else
-- repeating timer
local newtime = when + delay
if newtime < now then -- Keep lag from making us firing a timer unnecessarily. (Note that this still won't catch too-short-delay timers though.)
newtime = now + delay
end
timer.when = newtime
 
-- add next timer execution to the correct bucket
local bucket = (floor(newtime * HZ) % BUCKETS) + 1
timer.next = hash[bucket]
hash[bucket] = timer
end
else -- if when>=soon
-- reinsert (yeah, somewhat expensive, but shouldn't be happening too often either due to hash distribution)
timer.next = hash[curbucket]
hash[curbucket] = timer
end -- if when<soon ... else
end -- while nexttimer do
end -- for curint=lastint,nowint
 
lastint = nowint
end
 
-- ---------------------------------------------------------------------
-- Reg( callback, delay, arg, repeating )
--
-- callback( function or string ) - direct function ref or method name in our object for the callback
-- delay(int) - delay for the timer
-- arg(variant) - any argument to be passed to the callback function
-- repeating(boolean) - repeating timer, or oneshot
--
-- returns the handle of the timer for later processing (canceling etc)
local function Reg(self, callback, delay, arg, repeating)
if type(callback) ~= "string" and type(callback) ~= "function" then
local error_origin = repeating and "ScheduleRepeatingTimer" or "ScheduleTimer"
error(MAJOR..": " .. error_origin .. "(callback, delay, arg): 'callback' - function or method name expected.", 3)
end
if type(callback) == "string" then
if type(self)~="table" then
local error_origin = repeating and "ScheduleRepeatingTimer" or "ScheduleTimer"
error(MAJOR..": " .. error_origin .. "(\"methodName\", delay, arg): 'self' - must be a table.", 3)
end
if type(self[callback]) ~= "function" then
local error_origin = repeating and "ScheduleRepeatingTimer" or "ScheduleTimer"
error(MAJOR..": " .. error_origin .. "(\"methodName\", delay, arg): 'methodName' - method not found on target object.", 3)
end
end
 
if delay < (1 / (HZ - 1)) then
delay = 1 / (HZ - 1)
end
 
-- Create and stuff timer in the correct hash bucket
local now = GetTime()
 
local timer = timerCache or {} -- Get new timer object (from cache if available)
timerCache = nil
 
timer.object = self
timer.callback = callback
timer.delay = (repeating and delay)
timer.arg = arg
timer.when = now + delay
 
local bucket = (floor((now+delay)*HZ) % BUCKETS) + 1
timer.next = hash[bucket]
hash[bucket] = timer
 
-- Insert timer in our self->handle->timer registry
local handle = tostring(timer)
 
local selftimers = AceTimer.selfs[self]
if not selftimers then
selftimers = {}
AceTimer.selfs[self] = selftimers
end
selftimers[handle] = timer
selftimers.__ops = (selftimers.__ops or 0) + 1
 
return handle
end
 
--- Schedule a new one-shot timer.
-- The timer will fire once in `delay` seconds, unless canceled before.
-- @param callback Callback function for the timer pulse (funcref or method name).
-- @param delay Delay for the timer, in seconds.
-- @param arg An optional argument to be passed to the callback function.
-- @usage
-- MyAddon = LibStub("AceAddon-3.0"):NewAddon("TimerTest", "AceTimer-3.0")
--
-- function MyAddon:OnEnable()
-- self:ScheduleTimer("TimerFeedback", 5)
-- end
--
-- function MyAddon:TimerFeedback()
-- print("5 seconds passed")
-- end
function AceTimer:ScheduleTimer(callback, delay, arg)
return Reg(self, callback, delay, arg)
end
 
--- Schedule a repeating timer.
-- The timer will fire every `delay` seconds, until canceled.
-- @param callback Callback function for the timer pulse (funcref or method name).
-- @param delay Delay for the timer, in seconds.
-- @param arg An optional argument to be passed to the callback function.
-- @usage
-- MyAddon = LibStub("AceAddon-3.0"):NewAddon("TimerTest", "AceTimer-3.0")
--
-- function MyAddon:OnEnable()
-- self.timerCount = 0
-- self.testTimer = self:ScheduleRepeatingTimer("TimerFeedback", 5)
-- end
--
-- function MyAddon:TimerFeedback()
-- self.timerCount = self.timerCount + 1
-- print(("%d seconds passed"):format(5 * self.timerCount))
-- -- run 30 seconds in total
-- if self.timerCount == 6 then
-- self:CancelTimer(self.testTimer)
-- end
-- end
function AceTimer:ScheduleRepeatingTimer(callback, delay, arg)
return Reg(self, callback, delay, arg, true)
end
 
--- Cancels a timer with the given handle, registered by the same addon object as used for `:ScheduleTimer`
-- Both one-shot and repeating timers can be canceled with this function, as long as the `handle` is valid
-- and the timer has not fired yet or was canceled before.
-- @param handle The handle of the timer, as returned by `:ScheduleTimer` or `:ScheduleRepeatingTimer`
-- @param silent If true, no error is raised if the timer handle is invalid (expired or already canceled)
-- @return True if the timer was successfully cancelled.
function AceTimer:CancelTimer(handle, silent)
if not handle then return end -- nil handle -> bail out without erroring
if type(handle) ~= "string" then
error(MAJOR..": CancelTimer(handle): 'handle' - expected a string", 2) -- for now, anyway
end
local selftimers = AceTimer.selfs[self]
local timer = selftimers and selftimers[handle]
if silent then
if timer then
timer.callback = nil -- don't run it again
timer.delay = nil -- if this is the currently-executing one: don't even reschedule
-- The timer object is removed in the OnUpdate loop
end
return not not timer -- might return "true" even if we double-cancel. we'll live.
else
if not timer then
geterrorhandler()(MAJOR..": CancelTimer(handle[, silent]): '"..tostring(handle).."' - no such timer registered")
return false
end
if not timer.callback then
geterrorhandler()(MAJOR..": CancelTimer(handle[, silent]): '"..tostring(handle).."' - timer already cancelled or expired")
return false
end
timer.callback = nil -- don't run it again
timer.delay = nil -- if this is the currently-executing one: don't even reschedule
return true
end
end
 
--- Cancels all timers registered to the current addon object ('self')
function AceTimer:CancelAllTimers()
if not(type(self) == "string" or type(self) == "table") then
error(MAJOR..": CancelAllTimers(): 'self' - must be a string or a table",2)
end
if self == AceTimer then
error(MAJOR..": CancelAllTimers(): supply a meaningful 'self'", 2)
end
 
local selftimers = AceTimer.selfs[self]
if selftimers then
for handle,v in pairs(selftimers) do
if type(v) == "table" then -- avoid __ops, etc
AceTimer.CancelTimer(self, handle, true)
end
end
end
end
 
--- Returns the time left for a timer with the given handle, registered by the current addon object ('self').
-- This function will raise a warning when the handle is invalid, but not stop execution.
-- @param handle The handle of the timer, as returned by `:ScheduleTimer` or `:ScheduleRepeatingTimer`
-- @return The time left on the timer, or false if the handle is invalid.
function AceTimer:TimeLeft(handle)
if not handle then return end
if type(handle) ~= "string" then
error(MAJOR..": TimeLeft(handle): 'handle' - expected a string", 2) -- for now, anyway
end
local selftimers = AceTimer.selfs[self]
local timer = selftimers and selftimers[handle]
if not timer then
geterrorhandler()(MAJOR..": TimeLeft(handle): '"..tostring(handle).."' - no such timer registered")
return false
end
return timer.when - GetTime()
end
 
 
-- ---------------------------------------------------------------------
-- PLAYER_REGEN_ENABLED: Run through our .selfs[] array step by step
-- and clean it out - otherwise the table indices can grow indefinitely
-- if an addon starts and stops a lot of timers. AceBucket does this!
--
-- See ACE-94 and tests/AceTimer-3.0-ACE-94.lua
 
local lastCleaned = nil
 
local function OnEvent(this, event)
if event~="PLAYER_REGEN_ENABLED" then
return
end
 
-- Get the next 'self' to process
local selfs = AceTimer.selfs
local self = next(selfs, lastCleaned)
if not self then
self = next(selfs)
end
lastCleaned = self
if not self then -- should only happen if .selfs[] is empty
return
end
 
-- Time to clean it out?
local list = selfs[self]
if (list.__ops or 0) < 250 then -- 250 slosh indices = ~10KB wasted (max!). For one 'self'.
return
end
 
-- Create a new table and copy all members over
local newlist = {}
local n=0
for k,v in pairs(list) do
newlist[k] = v
n=n+1
end
newlist.__ops = 0 -- Reset operation count
 
-- And since we now have a count of the number of live timers, check that it's reasonable. Emit a warning if not.
if n>BUCKETS then
DEFAULT_CHAT_FRAME:AddMessage(MAJOR..": Warning: The addon/module '"..tostring(self).."' has "..n.." live timers. Surely that's not intended?")
end
 
selfs[self] = newlist
end
 
-- ---------------------------------------------------------------------
-- Embed handling
 
AceTimer.embeds = AceTimer.embeds or {}
 
local mixins = {
"ScheduleTimer", "ScheduleRepeatingTimer",
"CancelTimer", "CancelAllTimers",
"TimeLeft"
}
 
function AceTimer:Embed(target)
AceTimer.embeds[target] = true
for _,v in pairs(mixins) do
target[v] = AceTimer[v]
end
return target
end
 
-- AceTimer:OnEmbedDisable( target )
-- target (object) - target object that AceTimer is embedded in.
--
-- cancel all timers registered for the object
function AceTimer:OnEmbedDisable( target )
target:CancelAllTimers()
end
 
 
for addon in pairs(AceTimer.embeds) do
AceTimer:Embed(addon)
end
 
-- ---------------------------------------------------------------------
-- Debug tools (expose copies of internals to test suites)
AceTimer.debug = AceTimer.debug or {}
AceTimer.debug.HZ = HZ
AceTimer.debug.BUCKETS = BUCKETS
 
-- ---------------------------------------------------------------------
-- Finishing touchups
 
AceTimer.frame:SetScript("OnUpdate", OnUpdate)
AceTimer.frame:SetScript("OnEvent", OnEvent)
AceTimer.frame:RegisterEvent("PLAYER_REGEN_ENABLED")
 
-- In theory, we should hide&show the frame based on there being timers or not.
-- However, this job is fairly expensive, and the chance that there will
-- actually be zero timers running is diminuitive to say the lest.
trunk/broker_leveltime/libs/AceEvent-3.0/AceEvent-3.0.xml New file
0,0 → 1,4
<Ui xmlns="http://www.blizzard.com/wow/ui/" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:schemaLocation="http://www.blizzard.com/wow/ui/
..\FrameXML\UI.xsd">
<Script file="AceEvent-3.0.lua"/>
</Ui>
\ No newline at end of file
trunk/broker_leveltime/libs/AceEvent-3.0/AceEvent-3.0.lua New file
0,0 → 1,126
--- AceEvent-3.0 provides event registration and secure dispatching.
-- All dispatching is done using **CallbackHandler-1.0**. AceEvent is a simple wrapper around
-- CallbackHandler, and dispatches all game events or addon message to the registrees.
--
-- **AceEvent-3.0** can be embeded into your addon, either explicitly by calling AceEvent:Embed(MyAddon) or by
-- specifying it as an embeded library in your AceAddon. All functions will be available on your addon object
-- and can be accessed directly, without having to explicitly call AceEvent itself.\\
-- It is recommended to embed AceEvent, otherwise you'll have to specify a custom `self` on all calls you
-- make into AceEvent.
-- @class file
-- @name AceEvent-3.0
-- @release $Id: AceEvent-3.0.lua 877 2009-11-02 15:56:50Z nevcairiel $
local MAJOR, MINOR = "AceEvent-3.0", 3
local AceEvent = LibStub:NewLibrary(MAJOR, MINOR)
 
if not AceEvent then return end
 
-- Lua APIs
local pairs = pairs
 
local CallbackHandler = LibStub:GetLibrary("CallbackHandler-1.0")
 
AceEvent.frame = AceEvent.frame or CreateFrame("Frame", "AceEvent30Frame") -- our event frame
AceEvent.embeds = AceEvent.embeds or {} -- what objects embed this lib
 
-- APIs and registry for blizzard events, using CallbackHandler lib
if not AceEvent.events then
AceEvent.events = CallbackHandler:New(AceEvent,
"RegisterEvent", "UnregisterEvent", "UnregisterAllEvents")
end
 
function AceEvent.events:OnUsed(target, eventname)
AceEvent.frame:RegisterEvent(eventname)
end
 
function AceEvent.events:OnUnused(target, eventname)
AceEvent.frame:UnregisterEvent(eventname)
end
 
 
-- APIs and registry for IPC messages, using CallbackHandler lib
if not AceEvent.messages then
AceEvent.messages = CallbackHandler:New(AceEvent,
"RegisterMessage", "UnregisterMessage", "UnregisterAllMessages"
)
AceEvent.SendMessage = AceEvent.messages.Fire
end
 
--- embedding and embed handling
local mixins = {
"RegisterEvent", "UnregisterEvent",
"RegisterMessage", "UnregisterMessage",
"SendMessage",
"UnregisterAllEvents", "UnregisterAllMessages",
}
 
--- Register for a Blizzard Event.
-- The callback will always be called with the event as the first argument, and if supplied, the `arg` as second argument.
-- Any arguments to the event will be passed on after that.
-- @name AceEvent:RegisterEvent
-- @class function
-- @paramsig event[, callback [, arg]]
-- @param event The event to register for
-- @param callback The callback function to call when the event is triggered (funcref or method, defaults to a method with the event name)
-- @param arg An optional argument to pass to the callback function
 
--- Unregister an event.
-- @name AceEvent:UnregisterEvent
-- @class function
-- @paramsig event
-- @param event The event to unregister
 
--- Register for a custom AceEvent-internal message.
-- The callback will always be called with the event as the first argument, and if supplied, the `arg` as second argument.
-- Any arguments to the event will be passed on after that.
-- @name AceEvent:RegisterMessage
-- @class function
-- @paramsig message[, callback [, arg]]
-- @param message The message to register for
-- @param callback The callback function to call when the message is triggered (funcref or method, defaults to a method with the event name)
-- @param arg An optional argument to pass to the callback function
 
--- Unregister a message
-- @name AceEvent:UnregisterMessage
-- @class function
-- @paramsig message
-- @param message The message to unregister
 
--- Send a message over the AceEvent-3.0 internal message system to other addons registered for this message.
-- @name AceEvent:SendMessage
-- @class function
-- @paramsig message, ...
-- @param message The message to send
-- @param ... Any arguments to the message
 
 
-- Embeds AceEvent into the target object making the functions from the mixins list available on target:..
-- @param target target object to embed AceEvent in
function AceEvent:Embed(target)
for k, v in pairs(mixins) do
target[v] = self[v]
end
self.embeds[target] = true
return target
end
 
-- AceEvent:OnEmbedDisable( target )
-- target (object) - target object that is being disabled
--
-- Unregister all events messages etc when the target disables.
-- this method should be called by the target manually or by an addon framework
function AceEvent:OnEmbedDisable(target)
target:UnregisterAllEvents()
target:UnregisterAllMessages()
end
 
-- Script to fire blizzard events into the event listeners
local events = AceEvent.events
AceEvent.frame:SetScript("OnEvent", function(this, event, ...)
events:Fire(event, ...)
end)
 
--- Finally: upgrade our old embeds
for target, v in pairs(AceEvent.embeds) do
AceEvent:Embed(target)
end
trunk/broker_leveltime/libs/AceAddon-3.0/AceAddon-3.0.xml New file
0,0 → 1,4
<Ui xmlns="http://www.blizzard.com/wow/ui/" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:schemaLocation="http://www.blizzard.com/wow/ui/
..\FrameXML\UI.xsd">
<Script file="AceAddon-3.0.lua"/>
</Ui>
\ No newline at end of file
trunk/broker_leveltime/libs/AceAddon-3.0/AceAddon-3.0.lua New file
0,0 → 1,642
--- **AceAddon-3.0** provides a template for creating addon objects.
-- It'll provide you with a set of callback functions that allow you to simplify the loading
-- process of your addon.\\
-- Callbacks provided are:\\
-- * **OnInitialize**, which is called directly after the addon is fully loaded.
-- * **OnEnable** which gets called during the PLAYER_LOGIN event, when most of the data provided by the game is already present.
-- * **OnDisable**, which is only called when your addon is manually being disabled.
-- @usage
-- -- A small (but complete) addon, that doesn't do anything,
-- -- but shows usage of the callbacks.
-- local MyAddon = LibStub("AceAddon-3.0"):NewAddon("MyAddon")
--
-- function MyAddon:OnInitialize()
-- -- do init tasks here, like loading the Saved Variables,
-- -- or setting up slash commands.
-- end
--
-- function MyAddon:OnEnable()
-- -- Do more initialization here, that really enables the use of your addon.
-- -- Register Events, Hook functions, Create Frames, Get information from
-- -- the game that wasn't available in OnInitialize
-- end
--
-- function MyAddon:OnDisable()
-- -- Unhook, Unregister Events, Hide frames that you created.
-- -- You would probably only use an OnDisable if you want to
-- -- build a "standby" mode, or be able to toggle modules on/off.
-- end
-- @class file
-- @name AceAddon-3.0.lua
-- @release $Id: AceAddon-3.0.lua 895 2009-12-06 16:28:55Z nevcairiel $
 
local MAJOR, MINOR = "AceAddon-3.0", 5
local AceAddon, oldminor = LibStub:NewLibrary(MAJOR, MINOR)
 
if not AceAddon then return end -- No Upgrade needed.
 
AceAddon.frame = AceAddon.frame or CreateFrame("Frame", "AceAddon30Frame") -- Our very own frame
AceAddon.addons = AceAddon.addons or {} -- addons in general
AceAddon.statuses = AceAddon.statuses or {} -- statuses of addon.
AceAddon.initializequeue = AceAddon.initializequeue or {} -- addons that are new and not initialized
AceAddon.enablequeue = AceAddon.enablequeue or {} -- addons that are initialized and waiting to be enabled
AceAddon.embeds = AceAddon.embeds or setmetatable({}, {__index = function(tbl, key) tbl[key] = {} return tbl[key] end }) -- contains a list of libraries embedded in an addon
 
-- Lua APIs
local tinsert, tconcat, tremove = table.insert, table.concat, table.remove
local fmt, tostring = string.format, tostring
local select, pairs, next, type, unpack = select, pairs, next, type, unpack
local loadstring, assert, error = loadstring, assert, error
local setmetatable, getmetatable, rawset, rawget = setmetatable, getmetatable, rawset, rawget
 
-- Global vars/functions that we don't upvalue since they might get hooked, or upgraded
-- List them here for Mikk's FindGlobals script
-- GLOBALS: LibStub, IsLoggedIn, geterrorhandler
 
--[[
xpcall safecall implementation
]]
local xpcall = xpcall
 
local function errorhandler(err)
return geterrorhandler()(err)
end
 
local function CreateDispatcher(argCount)
local code = [[
local xpcall, eh = ...
local method, ARGS
local function call() return method(ARGS) end
 
local function dispatch(func, ...)
method = func
if not method then return end
ARGS = ...
return xpcall(call, eh)
end
 
return dispatch
]]
 
local ARGS = {}
for i = 1, argCount do ARGS[i] = "arg"..i end
code = code:gsub("ARGS", tconcat(ARGS, ", "))
return assert(loadstring(code, "safecall Dispatcher["..argCount.."]"))(xpcall, errorhandler)
end
 
local Dispatchers = setmetatable({}, {__index=function(self, argCount)
local dispatcher = CreateDispatcher(argCount)
rawset(self, argCount, dispatcher)
return dispatcher
end})
Dispatchers[0] = function(func)
return xpcall(func, errorhandler)
end
 
local function safecall(func, ...)
-- we check to see if the func is passed is actually a function here and don't error when it isn't
-- this safecall is used for optional functions like OnInitialize OnEnable etc. When they are not
-- present execution should continue without hinderance
if type(func) == "function" then
return Dispatchers[select('#', ...)](func, ...)
end
end
 
-- local functions that will be implemented further down
local Enable, Disable, EnableModule, DisableModule, Embed, NewModule, GetModule, GetName, SetDefaultModuleState, SetDefaultModuleLibraries, SetEnabledState, SetDefaultModulePrototype
 
-- used in the addon metatable
local function addontostring( self ) return self.name end
 
--- Create a new AceAddon-3.0 addon.
-- Any libraries you specified will be embeded, and the addon will be scheduled for
-- its OnInitialize and OnEnable callbacks.
-- The final addon object, with all libraries embeded, will be returned.
-- @paramsig [object ,]name[, lib, ...]
-- @param object Table to use as a base for the addon (optional)
-- @param name Name of the addon object to create
-- @param lib List of libraries to embed into the addon
-- @usage
-- -- Create a simple addon object
-- MyAddon = LibStub("AceAddon-3.0"):NewAddon("MyAddon", "AceEvent-3.0")
--
-- -- Create a Addon object based on the table of a frame
-- local MyFrame = CreateFrame("Frame")
-- MyAddon = LibStub("AceAddon-3.0"):NewAddon(MyFrame, "MyAddon", "AceEvent-3.0")
function AceAddon:NewAddon(objectorname, ...)
local object,name
local i=1
if type(objectorname)=="table" then
object=objectorname
name=...
i=2
else
name=objectorname
end
if type(name)~="string" then
error(("Usage: NewAddon([object,] name, [lib, lib, lib, ...]): 'name' - string expected got '%s'."):format(type(name)), 2)
end
if self.addons[name] then
error(("Usage: NewAddon([object,] name, [lib, lib, lib, ...]): 'name' - Addon '%s' already exists."):format(name), 2)
end
 
object = object or {}
object.name = name
 
local addonmeta = {}
local oldmeta = getmetatable(object)
if oldmeta then
for k, v in pairs(oldmeta) do addonmeta[k] = v end
end
addonmeta.__tostring = addontostring
 
setmetatable( object, addonmeta )
self.addons[name] = object
object.modules = {}
object.defaultModuleLibraries = {}
Embed( object ) -- embed NewModule, GetModule methods
self:EmbedLibraries(object, select(i,...))
 
-- add to queue of addons to be initialized upon ADDON_LOADED
tinsert(self.initializequeue, object)
return object
end
 
 
--- Get the addon object by its name from the internal AceAddon registry.
-- Throws an error if the addon object cannot be found (except if silent is set).
-- @param name unique name of the addon object
-- @param silent if true, the addon is optional, silently return nil if its not found
-- @usage
-- -- Get the Addon
-- MyAddon = LibStub("AceAddon-3.0"):GetAddon("MyAddon")
function AceAddon:GetAddon(name, silent)
if not silent and not self.addons[name] then
error(("Usage: GetAddon(name): 'name' - Cannot find an AceAddon '%s'."):format(tostring(name)), 2)
end
return self.addons[name]
end
 
-- - Embed a list of libraries into the specified addon.
-- This function will try to embed all of the listed libraries into the addon
-- and error if a single one fails.
--
-- **Note:** This function is for internal use by :NewAddon/:NewModule
-- @paramsig addon, [lib, ...]
-- @param addon addon object to embed the libs in
-- @param lib List of libraries to embed into the addon
function AceAddon:EmbedLibraries(addon, ...)
for i=1,select("#", ... ) do
local libname = select(i, ...)
self:EmbedLibrary(addon, libname, false, 4)
end
end
 
-- - Embed a library into the addon object.
-- This function will check if the specified library is registered with LibStub
-- and if it has a :Embed function to call. It'll error if any of those conditions
-- fails.
--
-- **Note:** This function is for internal use by :EmbedLibraries
-- @paramsig addon, libname[, silent[, offset]]
-- @param addon addon object to embed the library in
-- @param libname name of the library to embed
-- @param silent marks an embed to fail silently if the library doesn't exist (optional)
-- @param offset will push the error messages back to said offset, defaults to 2 (optional)
function AceAddon:EmbedLibrary(addon, libname, silent, offset)
local lib = LibStub:GetLibrary(libname, true)
if not lib and not silent then
error(("Usage: EmbedLibrary(addon, libname, silent, offset): 'libname' - Cannot find a library instance of %q."):format(tostring(libname)), offset or 2)
elseif lib and type(lib.Embed) == "function" then
lib:Embed(addon)
tinsert(self.embeds[addon], libname)
return true
elseif lib then
error(("Usage: EmbedLibrary(addon, libname, silent, offset): 'libname' - Library '%s' is not Embed capable"):format(libname), offset or 2)
end
end
 
--- Return the specified module from an addon object.
-- Throws an error if the addon object cannot be found (except if silent is set)
-- @name //addon//:GetModule
-- @paramsig name[, silent]
-- @param name unique name of the module
-- @param silent if true, the module is optional, silently return nil if its not found (optional)
-- @usage
-- -- Get the Addon
-- MyAddon = LibStub("AceAddon-3.0"):GetAddon("MyAddon")
-- -- Get the Module
-- MyModule = MyAddon:GetModule("MyModule")
function GetModule(self, name, silent)
if not self.modules[name] and not silent then
error(("Usage: GetModule(name, silent): 'name' - Cannot find module '%s'."):format(tostring(name)), 2)
end
return self.modules[name]
end
 
local function IsModuleTrue(self) return true end
 
--- Create a new module for the addon.
-- The new module can have its own embeded libraries and/or use a module prototype to be mixed into the module.\\
-- A module has the same functionality as a real addon, it can have modules of its own, and has the same API as
-- an addon object.
-- @name //addon//:NewModule
-- @paramsig name[, prototype|lib[, lib, ...]]
-- @param name unique name of the module
-- @param prototype object to derive this module from, methods and values from this table will be mixed into the module (optional)
-- @param lib List of libraries to embed into the addon
-- @usage
-- -- Create a module with some embeded libraries
-- MyModule = MyAddon:NewModule("MyModule", "AceEvent-3.0", "AceHook-3.0")
--
-- -- Create a module with a prototype
-- local prototype = { OnEnable = function(self) print("OnEnable called!") end }
-- MyModule = MyAddon:NewModule("MyModule", prototype, "AceEvent-3.0", "AceHook-3.0")
function NewModule(self, name, prototype, ...)
if type(name) ~= "string" then error(("Usage: NewModule(name, [prototype, [lib, lib, lib, ...]): 'name' - string expected got '%s'."):format(type(name)), 2) end
if type(prototype) ~= "string" and type(prototype) ~= "table" and type(prototype) ~= "nil" then error(("Usage: NewModule(name, [prototype, [lib, lib, lib, ...]): 'prototype' - table (prototype), string (lib) or nil expected got '%s'."):format(type(prototype)), 2) end
 
if self.modules[name] then error(("Usage: NewModule(name, [prototype, [lib, lib, lib, ...]): 'name' - Module '%s' already exists."):format(name), 2) end
 
-- modules are basically addons. We treat them as such. They will be added to the initializequeue properly as well.
-- NewModule can only be called after the parent addon is present thus the modules will be initialized after their parent is.
local module = AceAddon:NewAddon(fmt("%s_%s", self.name or tostring(self), name))
 
module.IsModule = IsModuleTrue
module:SetEnabledState(self.defaultModuleState)
module.moduleName = name
 
if type(prototype) == "string" then
AceAddon:EmbedLibraries(module, prototype, ...)
else
AceAddon:EmbedLibraries(module, ...)
end
AceAddon:EmbedLibraries(module, unpack(self.defaultModuleLibraries))
 
if not prototype or type(prototype) == "string" then
prototype = self.defaultModulePrototype or nil
end
 
if type(prototype) == "table" then
local mt = getmetatable(module)
mt.__index = prototype
setmetatable(module, mt) -- More of a Base class type feel.
end
 
safecall(self.OnModuleCreated, self, module) -- Was in Ace2 and I think it could be a cool thing to have handy.
self.modules[name] = module
 
return module
end
 
--- Returns the real name of the addon or module, without any prefix.
-- @name //addon//:GetName
-- @paramsig
-- @usage
-- print(MyAddon:GetName())
-- -- prints "MyAddon"
function GetName(self)
return self.moduleName or self.name
end
 
--- Enables the Addon, if possible, return true or false depending on success.
-- This internally calls AceAddon:EnableAddon(), thus dispatching a OnEnable callback
-- and enabling all modules of the addon (unless explicitly disabled).\\
-- :Enable() also sets the internal `enableState` variable to true
-- @name //addon//:Enable
-- @paramsig
-- @usage
-- -- Enable MyModule
-- MyAddon = LibStub("AceAddon-3.0"):GetAddon("MyAddon")
-- MyModule = MyAddon:GetModule("MyModule")
-- MyModule:Enable()
function Enable(self)
self:SetEnabledState(true)
return AceAddon:EnableAddon(self)
end
 
--- Disables the Addon, if possible, return true or false depending on success.
-- This internally calls AceAddon:DisableAddon(), thus dispatching a OnDisable callback
-- and disabling all modules of the addon.\\
-- :Disable() also sets the internal `enableState` variable to false
-- @name //addon//:Disable
-- @paramsig
-- @usage
-- -- Disable MyAddon
-- MyAddon = LibStub("AceAddon-3.0"):GetAddon("MyAddon")
-- MyAddon:Disable()
function Disable(self)
self:SetEnabledState(false)
return AceAddon:DisableAddon(self)
end
 
--- Enables the Module, if possible, return true or false depending on success.
-- Short-hand function that retrieves the module via `:GetModule` and calls `:Enable` on the module object.
-- @name //addon//:EnableModule
-- @paramsig name
-- @usage
-- -- Enable MyModule using :GetModule
-- MyAddon = LibStub("AceAddon-3.0"):GetAddon("MyAddon")
-- MyModule = MyAddon:GetModule("MyModule")
-- MyModule:Enable()
--
-- -- Enable MyModule using the short-hand
-- MyAddon = LibStub("AceAddon-3.0"):GetAddon("MyAddon")
-- MyAddon:EnableModule("MyModule")
function EnableModule(self, name)
local module = self:GetModule( name )
return module:Enable()
end
 
--- Disables the Module, if possible, return true or false depending on success.
-- Short-hand function that retrieves the module via `:GetModule` and calls `:Disable` on the module object.
-- @name //addon//:DisableModule
-- @paramsig name
-- @usage
-- -- Disable MyModule using :GetModule
-- MyAddon = LibStub("AceAddon-3.0"):GetAddon("MyAddon")
-- MyModule = MyAddon:GetModule("MyModule")
-- MyModule:Disable()
--
-- -- Disable MyModule using the short-hand
-- MyAddon = LibStub("AceAddon-3.0"):GetAddon("MyAddon")
-- MyAddon:DisableModule("MyModule")
function DisableModule(self, name)
local module = self:GetModule( name )
return module:Disable()
end
 
--- Set the default libraries to be mixed into all modules created by this object.
-- Note that you can only change the default module libraries before any module is created.
-- @name //addon//:SetDefaultModuleLibraries
-- @paramsig lib[, lib, ...]
-- @param lib List of libraries to embed into the addon
-- @usage
-- -- Create the addon object
-- MyAddon = LibStub("AceAddon-3.0"):NewAddon("MyAddon")
-- -- Configure default libraries for modules (all modules need AceEvent-3.0)
-- MyAddon:SetDefaultModuleLibraries("AceEvent-3.0")
-- -- Create a module
-- MyModule = MyAddon:NewModule("MyModule")
function SetDefaultModuleLibraries(self, ...)
if next(self.modules) then
error("Usage: SetDefaultModuleLibraries(...): cannot change the module defaults after a module has been registered.", 2)
end
self.defaultModuleLibraries = {...}
end
 
--- Set the default state in which new modules are being created.
-- Note that you can only change the default state before any module is created.
-- @name //addon//:SetDefaultModuleState
-- @paramsig state
-- @param state Default state for new modules, true for enabled, false for disabled
-- @usage
-- -- Create the addon object
-- MyAddon = LibStub("AceAddon-3.0"):NewAddon("MyAddon")
-- -- Set the default state to "disabled"
-- MyAddon:SetDefaultModuleState(false)
-- -- Create a module and explicilty enable it
-- MyModule = MyAddon:NewModule("MyModule")
-- MyModule:Enable()
function SetDefaultModuleState(self, state)
if next(self.modules) then
error("Usage: SetDefaultModuleState(state): cannot change the module defaults after a module has been registered.", 2)
end
self.defaultModuleState = state
end
 
--- Set the default prototype to use for new modules on creation.
-- Note that you can only change the default prototype before any module is created.
-- @name //addon//:SetDefaultModulePrototype
-- @paramsig prototype
-- @param prototype Default prototype for the new modules (table)
-- @usage
-- -- Define a prototype
-- local prototype = { OnEnable = function(self) print("OnEnable called!") end }
-- -- Set the default prototype
-- MyAddon:SetDefaultModulePrototype(prototype)
-- -- Create a module and explicitly Enable it
-- MyModule = MyAddon:NewModule("MyModule")
-- MyModule:Enable()
-- -- should print "OnEnable called!" now
-- @see NewModule
function SetDefaultModulePrototype(self, prototype)
if next(self.modules) then
error("Usage: SetDefaultModulePrototype(prototype): cannot change the module defaults after a module has been registered.", 2)
end
if type(prototype) ~= "table" then
error(("Usage: SetDefaultModulePrototype(prototype): 'prototype' - table expected got '%s'."):format(type(prototype)), 2)
end
self.defaultModulePrototype = prototype
end
 
--- Set the state of an addon or module
-- This should only be called before any enabling actually happend, e.g. in/before OnInitialize.
-- @name //addon//:SetEnabledState
-- @paramsig state
-- @param state the state of an addon or module (enabled=true, disabled=false)
function SetEnabledState(self, state)
self.enabledState = state
end
 
 
--- Return an iterator of all modules associated to the addon.
-- @name //addon//:IterateModules
-- @paramsig
-- @usage
-- -- Enable all modules
-- for name, module in MyAddon:IterateModules() do
-- module:Enable()
-- end
local function IterateModules(self) return pairs(self.modules) end
 
-- Returns an iterator of all embeds in the addon
-- @name //addon//:IterateEmbeds
-- @paramsig
local function IterateEmbeds(self) return pairs(AceAddon.embeds[self]) end
 
--- Query the enabledState of an addon.
-- @name //addon//:IsEnabled
-- @paramsig
-- @usage
-- if MyAddon:IsEnabled() then
-- MyAddon:Disable()
-- end
local function IsEnabled(self) return self.enabledState end
local mixins = {
NewModule = NewModule,
GetModule = GetModule,
Enable = Enable,
Disable = Disable,
EnableModule = EnableModule,
DisableModule = DisableModule,
IsEnabled = IsEnabled,
SetDefaultModuleLibraries = SetDefaultModuleLibraries,
SetDefaultModuleState = SetDefaultModuleState,
SetDefaultModulePrototype = SetDefaultModulePrototype,
SetEnabledState = SetEnabledState,
IterateModules = IterateModules,
IterateEmbeds = IterateEmbeds,
GetName = GetName,
}
local function IsModule(self) return false end
local pmixins = {
defaultModuleState = true,
enabledState = true,
IsModule = IsModule,
}
-- Embed( target )
-- target (object) - target object to embed aceaddon in
--
-- this is a local function specifically since it's meant to be only called internally
function Embed(target)
for k, v in pairs(mixins) do
target[k] = v
end
for k, v in pairs(pmixins) do
target[k] = target[k] or v
end
end
 
 
-- - Initialize the addon after creation.
-- This function is only used internally during the ADDON_LOADED event
-- It will call the **OnInitialize** function on the addon object (if present),
-- and the **OnEmbedInitialize** function on all embeded libraries.
--
-- **Note:** Do not call this function manually, unless you're absolutely sure that you know what you are doing.
-- @param addon addon object to intialize
function AceAddon:InitializeAddon(addon)
safecall(addon.OnInitialize, addon)
 
local embeds = self.embeds[addon]
for i = 1, #embeds do
local lib = LibStub:GetLibrary(embeds[i], true)
if lib then safecall(lib.OnEmbedInitialize, lib, addon) end
end
 
-- we don't call InitializeAddon on modules specifically, this is handled
-- from the event handler and only done _once_
end
 
-- - Enable the addon after creation.
-- Note: This function is only used internally during the PLAYER_LOGIN event, or during ADDON_LOADED,
-- if IsLoggedIn() already returns true at that point, e.g. for LoD Addons.
-- It will call the **OnEnable** function on the addon object (if present),
-- and the **OnEmbedEnable** function on all embeded libraries.\\
-- This function does not toggle the enable state of the addon itself, and will return early if the addon is disabled.
--
-- **Note:** Do not call this function manually, unless you're absolutely sure that you know what you are doing.
-- Use :Enable on the addon itself instead.
-- @param addon addon object to enable
function AceAddon:EnableAddon(addon)
if type(addon) == "string" then addon = AceAddon:GetAddon(addon) end
if self.statuses[addon.name] or not addon.enabledState then return false end
 
-- set the statuses first, before calling the OnEnable. this allows for Disabling of the addon in OnEnable.
self.statuses[addon.name] = true
 
safecall(addon.OnEnable, addon)
 
-- make sure we're still enabled before continueing
if self.statuses[addon.name] then
local embeds = self.embeds[addon]
for i = 1, #embeds do
local lib = LibStub:GetLibrary(embeds[i], true)
if lib then safecall(lib.OnEmbedEnable, lib, addon) end
end
 
-- enable possible modules.
for name, module in pairs(addon.modules) do
self:EnableAddon(module)
end
end
return self.statuses[addon.name] -- return true if we're disabled
end
 
-- - Disable the addon
-- Note: This function is only used internally.
-- It will call the **OnDisable** function on the addon object (if present),
-- and the **OnEmbedDisable** function on all embeded libraries.\\
-- This function does not toggle the enable state of the addon itself, and will return early if the addon is still enabled.
--
-- **Note:** Do not call this function manually, unless you're absolutely sure that you know what you are doing.
-- Use :Disable on the addon itself instead.
-- @param addon addon object to enable
function AceAddon:DisableAddon(addon)
if type(addon) == "string" then addon = AceAddon:GetAddon(addon) end
if not self.statuses[addon.name] then return false end
 
-- set statuses first before calling OnDisable, this allows for aborting the disable in OnDisable.
self.statuses[addon.name] = false
 
safecall( addon.OnDisable, addon )
 
-- make sure we're still disabling...
if not self.statuses[addon.name] then
local embeds = self.embeds[addon]
for i = 1, #embeds do
local lib = LibStub:GetLibrary(embeds[i], true)
if lib then safecall(lib.OnEmbedDisable, lib, addon) end
end
-- disable possible modules.
for name, module in pairs(addon.modules) do
self:DisableAddon(module)
end
end
 
return not self.statuses[addon.name] -- return true if we're disabled
end
 
--- Get an iterator over all registered addons.
-- @usage
-- -- Print a list of all installed AceAddon's
-- for name, addon in AceAddon:IterateAddons() do
-- print("Addon: " .. name)
-- end
function AceAddon:IterateAddons() return pairs(self.addons) end
 
--- Get an iterator over the internal status registry.
-- @usage
-- -- Print a list of all enabled addons
-- for name, status in AceAddon:IterateAddonStatus() do
-- if status then
-- print("EnabledAddon: " .. name)
-- end
-- end
function AceAddon:IterateAddonStatus() return pairs(self.statuses) end
 
-- Following Iterators are deprecated, and their addon specific versions should be used
-- e.g. addon:IterateEmbeds() instead of :IterateEmbedsOnAddon(addon)
function AceAddon:IterateEmbedsOnAddon(addon) return pairs(self.embeds[addon]) end
function AceAddon:IterateModulesOfAddon(addon) return pairs(addon.modules) end
 
-- Event Handling
local function onEvent(this, event, arg1)
if event == "ADDON_LOADED" or event == "PLAYER_LOGIN" then
-- if a addon loads another addon, recursion could happen here, so we need to validate the table on every iteration
while(#AceAddon.initializequeue > 0) do
local addon = tremove(AceAddon.initializequeue, 1)
-- this might be an issue with recursion - TODO: validate
if event == "ADDON_LOADED" then addon.baseName = arg1 end
AceAddon:InitializeAddon(addon)
tinsert(AceAddon.enablequeue, addon)
end
 
if IsLoggedIn() then
while(#AceAddon.enablequeue > 0) do
local addon = tremove(AceAddon.enablequeue, 1)
AceAddon:EnableAddon(addon)
end
end
end
end
 
AceAddon.frame:RegisterEvent("ADDON_LOADED")
AceAddon.frame:RegisterEvent("PLAYER_LOGIN")
AceAddon.frame:SetScript("OnEvent", onEvent)
 
-- upgrade embeded
for name, addon in pairs(AceAddon.addons) do
Embed(addon)
end
trunk/broker_leveltime/libs/AceDB-3.0/AceDB-3.0.xml New file
0,0 → 1,4
<Ui xmlns="http://www.blizzard.com/wow/ui/" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:schemaLocation="http://www.blizzard.com/wow/ui/
..\FrameXML\UI.xsd">
<Script file="AceDB-3.0.lua"/>
</Ui>
\ No newline at end of file
trunk/broker_leveltime/libs/AceDB-3.0/AceDB-3.0.lua New file
0,0 → 1,728
--- **AceDB-3.0** manages the SavedVariables of your addon.
-- It offers profile management, smart defaults and namespaces for modules.\\
-- Data can be saved in different data-types, depending on its intended usage.
-- The most common data-type is the `profile` type, which allows the user to choose
-- the active profile, and manage the profiles of all of his characters.\\
-- The following data types are available:
-- * **char** Character-specific data. Every character has its own database.
-- * **realm** Realm-specific data. All of the players characters on the same realm share this database.
-- * **class** Class-specific data. All of the players characters of the same class share this database.
-- * **race** Race-specific data. All of the players characters of the same race share this database.
-- * **faction** Faction-specific data. All of the players characters of the same faction share this database.
-- * **factionrealm** Faction and realm specific data. All of the players characters on the same realm and of the same faction share this database.
-- * **global** Global Data. All characters on the same account share this database.
-- * **profile** Profile-specific data. All characters using the same profile share this database. The user can control which profile should be used.
--
-- Creating a new Database using the `:New` function will return a new DBObject. A database will inherit all functions
-- of the DBObjectLib listed here. \\
-- If you create a new namespaced child-database (`:RegisterNamespace`), you'll get a DBObject as well, but note
-- that the child-databases cannot individually change their profile, and are linked to their parents profile - and because of that,
-- the profile related APIs are not available. Only `:RegisterDefaults` and `:ResetProfile` are available on child-databases.
--
-- For more details on how to use AceDB-3.0, see the [[AceDB-3.0 Tutorial]].
--
-- You may also be interested in [[libdualspec-1-0|LibDualSpec-1.0]] to do profile switching automatically when switching specs.
--
-- @usage
-- MyAddon = LibStub("AceAddon-3.0"):NewAddon("DBExample")
--
-- -- declare defaults to be used in the DB
-- local defaults = {
-- profile = {
-- setting = true,
-- }
-- }
--
-- function MyAddon:OnInitialize()
-- -- Assuming the .toc says ## SavedVariables: MyAddonDB
-- self.db = LibStub("AceDB-3.0"):New("MyAddonDB", defaults, true)
-- end
-- @class file
-- @name AceDB-3.0.lua
-- @release $Id: AceDB-3.0.lua 940 2010-06-19 08:01:47Z nevcairiel $
local ACEDB_MAJOR, ACEDB_MINOR = "AceDB-3.0", 21
local AceDB, oldminor = LibStub:NewLibrary(ACEDB_MAJOR, ACEDB_MINOR)
 
if not AceDB then return end -- No upgrade needed
 
-- Lua APIs
local type, pairs, next, error = type, pairs, next, error
local setmetatable, getmetatable, rawset, rawget = setmetatable, getmetatable, rawset, rawget
 
-- WoW APIs
local _G = _G
 
-- Global vars/functions that we don't upvalue since they might get hooked, or upgraded
-- List them here for Mikk's FindGlobals script
-- GLOBALS: LibStub
 
AceDB.db_registry = AceDB.db_registry or {}
AceDB.frame = AceDB.frame or CreateFrame("Frame")
 
local CallbackHandler
local CallbackDummy = { Fire = function() end }
 
local DBObjectLib = {}
 
--[[-------------------------------------------------------------------------
AceDB Utility Functions
---------------------------------------------------------------------------]]
 
-- Simple shallow copy for copying defaults
local function copyTable(src, dest)
if type(dest) ~= "table" then dest = {} end
if type(src) == "table" then
for k,v in pairs(src) do
if type(v) == "table" then
-- try to index the key first so that the metatable creates the defaults, if set, and use that table
v = copyTable(v, dest[k])
end
dest[k] = v
end
end
return dest
end
 
-- Called to add defaults to a section of the database
--
-- When a ["*"] default section is indexed with a new key, a table is returned
-- and set in the host table. These tables must be cleaned up by removeDefaults
-- in order to ensure we don't write empty default tables.
local function copyDefaults(dest, src)
-- this happens if some value in the SV overwrites our default value with a non-table
--if type(dest) ~= "table" then return end
for k, v in pairs(src) do
if k == "*" or k == "**" then
if type(v) == "table" then
-- This is a metatable used for table defaults
local mt = {
-- This handles the lookup and creation of new subtables
__index = function(t,k)
if k == nil then return nil end
local tbl = {}
copyDefaults(tbl, v)
rawset(t, k, tbl)
return tbl
end,
}
setmetatable(dest, mt)
-- handle already existing tables in the SV
for dk, dv in pairs(dest) do
if not rawget(src, dk) and type(dv) == "table" then
copyDefaults(dv, v)
end
end
else
-- Values are not tables, so this is just a simple return
local mt = {__index = function(t,k) return k~=nil and v or nil end}
setmetatable(dest, mt)
end
elseif type(v) == "table" then
if not rawget(dest, k) then rawset(dest, k, {}) end
if type(dest[k]) == "table" then
copyDefaults(dest[k], v)
if src['**'] then
copyDefaults(dest[k], src['**'])
end
end
else
if rawget(dest, k) == nil then
rawset(dest, k, v)
end
end
end
end
 
-- Called to remove all defaults in the default table from the database
local function removeDefaults(db, defaults, blocker)
-- remove all metatables from the db, so we don't accidentally create new sub-tables through them
setmetatable(db, nil)
-- loop through the defaults and remove their content
for k,v in pairs(defaults) do
if k == "*" or k == "**" then
if type(v) == "table" then
-- Loop through all the actual k,v pairs and remove
for key, value in pairs(db) do
if type(value) == "table" then
-- if the key was not explicitly specified in the defaults table, just strip everything from * and ** tables
if defaults[key] == nil and (not blocker or blocker[key] == nil) then
removeDefaults(value, v)
-- if the table is empty afterwards, remove it
if next(value) == nil then
db[key] = nil
end
-- if it was specified, only strip ** content, but block values which were set in the key table
elseif k == "**" then
removeDefaults(value, v, defaults[key])
end
end
end
elseif k == "*" then
-- check for non-table default
for key, value in pairs(db) do
if defaults[key] == nil and v == value then
db[key] = nil
end
end
end
elseif type(v) == "table" and type(db[k]) == "table" then
-- if a blocker was set, dive into it, to allow multi-level defaults
removeDefaults(db[k], v, blocker and blocker[k])
if next(db[k]) == nil then
db[k] = nil
end
else
-- check if the current value matches the default, and that its not blocked by another defaults table
if db[k] == defaults[k] and (not blocker or blocker[k] == nil) then
db[k] = nil
end
end
end
end
 
-- This is called when a table section is first accessed, to set up the defaults
local function initSection(db, section, svstore, key, defaults)
local sv = rawget(db, "sv")
 
local tableCreated
if not sv[svstore] then sv[svstore] = {} end
if not sv[svstore][key] then
sv[svstore][key] = {}
tableCreated = true
end
 
local tbl = sv[svstore][key]
 
if defaults then
copyDefaults(tbl, defaults)
end
rawset(db, section, tbl)
 
return tableCreated, tbl
end
 
-- Metatable to handle the dynamic creation of sections and copying of sections.
local dbmt = {
__index = function(t, section)
local keys = rawget(t, "keys")
local key = keys[section]
if key then
local defaultTbl = rawget(t, "defaults")
local defaults = defaultTbl and defaultTbl[section]
 
if section == "profile" then
local new = initSection(t, section, "profiles", key, defaults)
if new then
-- Callback: OnNewProfile, database, newProfileKey
t.callbacks:Fire("OnNewProfile", t, key)
end
elseif section == "profiles" then
local sv = rawget(t, "sv")
if not sv.profiles then sv.profiles = {} end
rawset(t, "profiles", sv.profiles)
elseif section == "global" then
local sv = rawget(t, "sv")
if not sv.global then sv.global = {} end
if defaults then
copyDefaults(sv.global, defaults)
end
rawset(t, section, sv.global)
else
initSection(t, section, section, key, defaults)
end
end
 
return rawget(t, section)
end
}
 
local function validateDefaults(defaults, keyTbl, offset)
if not defaults then return end
offset = offset or 0
for k in pairs(defaults) do
if not keyTbl[k] or k == "profiles" then
error(("Usage: AceDBObject:RegisterDefaults(defaults): '%s' is not a valid datatype."):format(k), 3 + offset)
end
end
end
 
local preserve_keys = {
["callbacks"] = true,
["RegisterCallback"] = true,
["UnregisterCallback"] = true,
["UnregisterAllCallbacks"] = true,
["children"] = true,
}
 
local realmKey = GetRealmName()
local charKey = UnitName("player") .. " - " .. realmKey
local _, classKey = UnitClass("player")
local _, raceKey = UnitRace("player")
local factionKey = UnitFactionGroup("player")
local factionrealmKey = factionKey .. " - " .. realmKey
-- Actual database initialization function
local function initdb(sv, defaults, defaultProfile, olddb, parent)
-- Generate the database keys for each section
 
-- map "true" to our "Default" profile
if defaultProfile == true then defaultProfile = "Default" end
 
local profileKey
if not parent then
-- Make a container for profile keys
if not sv.profileKeys then sv.profileKeys = {} end
 
-- Try to get the profile selected from the char db
profileKey = sv.profileKeys[charKey] or defaultProfile or charKey
 
-- save the selected profile for later
sv.profileKeys[charKey] = profileKey
else
-- Use the profile of the parents DB
profileKey = parent.keys.profile or defaultProfile or charKey
 
-- clear the profileKeys in the DB, namespaces don't need to store them
sv.profileKeys = nil
end
 
-- This table contains keys that enable the dynamic creation
-- of each section of the table. The 'global' and 'profiles'
-- have a key of true, since they are handled in a special case
local keyTbl= {
["char"] = charKey,
["realm"] = realmKey,
["class"] = classKey,
["race"] = raceKey,
["faction"] = factionKey,
["factionrealm"] = factionrealmKey,
["profile"] = profileKey,
["global"] = true,
["profiles"] = true,
}
 
validateDefaults(defaults, keyTbl, 1)
 
-- This allows us to use this function to reset an entire database
-- Clear out the old database
if olddb then
for k,v in pairs(olddb) do if not preserve_keys[k] then olddb[k] = nil end end
end
 
-- Give this database the metatable so it initializes dynamically
local db = setmetatable(olddb or {}, dbmt)
 
if not rawget(db, "callbacks") then
-- try to load CallbackHandler-1.0 if it loaded after our library
if not CallbackHandler then CallbackHandler = LibStub:GetLibrary("CallbackHandler-1.0", true) end
db.callbacks = CallbackHandler and CallbackHandler:New(db) or CallbackDummy
end
 
-- Copy methods locally into the database object, to avoid hitting
-- the metatable when calling methods
 
if not parent then
for name, func in pairs(DBObjectLib) do
db[name] = func
end
else
-- hack this one in
db.RegisterDefaults = DBObjectLib.RegisterDefaults
db.ResetProfile = DBObjectLib.ResetProfile
end
 
-- Set some properties in the database object
db.profiles = sv.profiles
db.keys = keyTbl
db.sv = sv
--db.sv_name = name
db.defaults = defaults
db.parent = parent
 
-- store the DB in the registry
AceDB.db_registry[db] = true
 
return db
end
 
-- handle PLAYER_LOGOUT
-- strip all defaults from all databases
-- and cleans up empty sections
local function logoutHandler(frame, event)
if event == "PLAYER_LOGOUT" then
for db in pairs(AceDB.db_registry) do
db.callbacks:Fire("OnDatabaseShutdown", db)
db:RegisterDefaults(nil)
 
-- cleanup sections that are empty without defaults
local sv = rawget(db, "sv")
for section in pairs(db.keys) do
if rawget(sv, section) then
-- global is special, all other sections have sub-entrys
-- also don't delete empty profiles on main dbs, only on namespaces
if section ~= "global" and (section ~= "profiles" or rawget(db, "parent")) then
for key in pairs(sv[section]) do
if not next(sv[section][key]) then
sv[section][key] = nil
end
end
end
if not next(sv[section]) then
sv[section] = nil
end
end
end
end
end
end
 
AceDB.frame:RegisterEvent("PLAYER_LOGOUT")
AceDB.frame:SetScript("OnEvent", logoutHandler)
 
 
--[[-------------------------------------------------------------------------
AceDB Object Method Definitions
---------------------------------------------------------------------------]]
 
--- Sets the defaults table for the given database object by clearing any
-- that are currently set, and then setting the new defaults.
-- @param defaults A table of defaults for this database
function DBObjectLib:RegisterDefaults(defaults)
if defaults and type(defaults) ~= "table" then
error("Usage: AceDBObject:RegisterDefaults(defaults): 'defaults' - table or nil expected.", 2)
end
 
validateDefaults(defaults, self.keys)
 
-- Remove any currently set defaults
if self.defaults then
for section,key in pairs(self.keys) do
if self.defaults[section] and rawget(self, section) then
removeDefaults(self[section], self.defaults[section])
end
end
end
 
-- Set the DBObject.defaults table
self.defaults = defaults
 
-- Copy in any defaults, only touching those sections already created
if defaults then
for section,key in pairs(self.keys) do
if defaults[section] and rawget(self, section) then
copyDefaults(self[section], defaults[section])
end
end
end
end
 
--- Changes the profile of the database and all of it's namespaces to the
-- supplied named profile
-- @param name The name of the profile to set as the current profile
function DBObjectLib:SetProfile(name)
if type(name) ~= "string" then
error("Usage: AceDBObject:SetProfile(name): 'name' - string expected.", 2)
end
 
-- changing to the same profile, dont do anything
if name == self.keys.profile then return end
 
local oldProfile = self.profile
local defaults = self.defaults and self.defaults.profile
 
-- Callback: OnProfileShutdown, database
self.callbacks:Fire("OnProfileShutdown", self)
 
if oldProfile and defaults then
-- Remove the defaults from the old profile
removeDefaults(oldProfile, defaults)
end
 
self.profile = nil
self.keys["profile"] = name
 
-- if the storage exists, save the new profile
-- this won't exist on namespaces.
if self.sv.profileKeys then
self.sv.profileKeys[charKey] = name
end
 
-- populate to child namespaces
if self.children then
for _, db in pairs(self.children) do
DBObjectLib.SetProfile(db, name)
end
end
 
-- Callback: OnProfileChanged, database, newProfileKey
self.callbacks:Fire("OnProfileChanged", self, name)
end
 
--- Returns a table with the names of the existing profiles in the database.
-- You can optionally supply a table to re-use for this purpose.
-- @param tbl A table to store the profile names in (optional)
function DBObjectLib:GetProfiles(tbl)
if tbl and type(tbl) ~= "table" then
error("Usage: AceDBObject:GetProfiles(tbl): 'tbl' - table or nil expected.", 2)
end
 
-- Clear the container table
if tbl then
for k,v in pairs(tbl) do tbl[k] = nil end
else
tbl = {}
end
 
local curProfile = self.keys.profile
 
local i = 0
for profileKey in pairs(self.profiles) do
i = i + 1
tbl[i] = profileKey
if curProfile and profileKey == curProfile then curProfile = nil end
end
 
-- Add the current profile, if it hasn't been created yet
if curProfile then
i = i + 1
tbl[i] = curProfile
end
 
return tbl, i
end
 
--- Returns the current profile name used by the database
function DBObjectLib:GetCurrentProfile()
return self.keys.profile
end
 
--- Deletes a named profile. This profile must not be the active profile.
-- @param name The name of the profile to be deleted
-- @param silent If true, do not raise an error when the profile does not exist
function DBObjectLib:DeleteProfile(name, silent)
if type(name) ~= "string" then
error("Usage: AceDBObject:DeleteProfile(name): 'name' - string expected.", 2)
end
 
if self.keys.profile == name then
error("Cannot delete the active profile in an AceDBObject.", 2)
end
 
if not rawget(self.profiles, name) and not silent then
error("Cannot delete profile '" .. name .. "'. It does not exist.", 2)
end
 
self.profiles[name] = nil
 
-- populate to child namespaces
if self.children then
for _, db in pairs(self.children) do
DBObjectLib.DeleteProfile(db, name, true)
end
end
 
-- Callback: OnProfileDeleted, database, profileKey
self.callbacks:Fire("OnProfileDeleted", self, name)
end
 
--- Copies a named profile into the current profile, overwriting any conflicting
-- settings.
-- @param name The name of the profile to be copied into the current profile
-- @param silent If true, do not raise an error when the profile does not exist
function DBObjectLib:CopyProfile(name, silent)
if type(name) ~= "string" then
error("Usage: AceDBObject:CopyProfile(name): 'name' - string expected.", 2)
end
 
if name == self.keys.profile then
error("Cannot have the same source and destination profiles.", 2)
end
 
if not rawget(self.profiles, name) and not silent then
error("Cannot copy profile '" .. name .. "'. It does not exist.", 2)
end
 
-- Reset the profile before copying
DBObjectLib.ResetProfile(self, nil, true)
 
local profile = self.profile
local source = self.profiles[name]
 
copyTable(source, profile)
 
-- populate to child namespaces
if self.children then
for _, db in pairs(self.children) do
DBObjectLib.CopyProfile(db, name, true)
end
end
 
-- Callback: OnProfileCopied, database, sourceProfileKey
self.callbacks:Fire("OnProfileCopied", self, name)
end
 
--- Resets the current profile to the default values (if specified).
-- @param noChildren if set to true, the reset will not be populated to the child namespaces of this DB object
-- @param noCallbacks if set to true, won't fire the OnProfileReset callback
function DBObjectLib:ResetProfile(noChildren, noCallbacks)
local profile = self.profile
 
for k,v in pairs(profile) do
profile[k] = nil
end
 
local defaults = self.defaults and self.defaults.profile
if defaults then
copyDefaults(profile, defaults)
end
 
-- populate to child namespaces
if self.children and not noChildren then
for _, db in pairs(self.children) do
DBObjectLib.ResetProfile(db, nil, noCallbacks)
end
end
 
-- Callback: OnProfileReset, database
if not noCallbacks then
self.callbacks:Fire("OnProfileReset", self)
end
end
 
--- Resets the entire database, using the string defaultProfile as the new default
-- profile.
-- @param defaultProfile The profile name to use as the default
function DBObjectLib:ResetDB(defaultProfile)
if defaultProfile and type(defaultProfile) ~= "string" then
error("Usage: AceDBObject:ResetDB(defaultProfile): 'defaultProfile' - string or nil expected.", 2)
end
 
local sv = self.sv
for k,v in pairs(sv) do
sv[k] = nil
end
 
local parent = self.parent
 
initdb(sv, self.defaults, defaultProfile, self)
 
-- fix the child namespaces
if self.children then
if not sv.namespaces then sv.namespaces = {} end
for name, db in pairs(self.children) do
if not sv.namespaces[name] then sv.namespaces[name] = {} end
initdb(sv.namespaces[name], db.defaults, self.keys.profile, db, self)
end
end
 
-- Callback: OnDatabaseReset, database
self.callbacks:Fire("OnDatabaseReset", self)
-- Callback: OnProfileChanged, database, profileKey
self.callbacks:Fire("OnProfileChanged", self, self.keys["profile"])
 
return self
end
 
--- Creates a new database namespace, directly tied to the database. This
-- is a full scale database in it's own rights other than the fact that
-- it cannot control its profile individually
-- @param name The name of the new namespace
-- @param defaults A table of values to use as defaults
function DBObjectLib:RegisterNamespace(name, defaults)
if type(name) ~= "string" then
error("Usage: AceDBObject:RegisterNamespace(name, defaults): 'name' - string expected.", 2)
end
if defaults and type(defaults) ~= "table" then
error("Usage: AceDBObject:RegisterNamespace(name, defaults): 'defaults' - table or nil expected.", 2)
end
if self.children and self.children[name] then
error ("Usage: AceDBObject:RegisterNamespace(name, defaults): 'name' - a namespace with that name already exists.", 2)
end
 
local sv = self.sv
if not sv.namespaces then sv.namespaces = {} end
if not sv.namespaces[name] then
sv.namespaces[name] = {}
end
 
local newDB = initdb(sv.namespaces[name], defaults, self.keys.profile, nil, self)
 
if not self.children then self.children = {} end
self.children[name] = newDB
return newDB
end
 
--- Returns an already existing namespace from the database object.
-- @param name The name of the new namespace
-- @param silent if true, the addon is optional, silently return nil if its not found
-- @usage
-- local namespace = self.db:GetNamespace('namespace')
-- @return the namespace object if found
function DBObjectLib:GetNamespace(name, silent)
if type(name) ~= "string" then
error("Usage: AceDBObject:GetNamespace(name): 'name' - string expected.", 2)
end
if not silent and not (self.children and self.children[name]) then
error ("Usage: AceDBObject:GetNamespace(name): 'name' - namespace does not exist.", 2)
end
if not self.children then self.children = {} end
return self.children[name]
end
 
--[[-------------------------------------------------------------------------
AceDB Exposed Methods
---------------------------------------------------------------------------]]
 
--- Creates a new database object that can be used to handle database settings and profiles.
-- By default, an empty DB is created, using a character specific profile.
--
-- You can override the default profile used by passing any profile name as the third argument,
-- or by passing //true// as the third argument to use a globally shared profile called "Default".
--
-- Note that there is no token replacement in the default profile name, passing a defaultProfile as "char"
-- will use a profile named "char", and not a character-specific profile.
-- @param tbl The name of variable, or table to use for the database
-- @param defaults A table of database defaults
-- @param defaultProfile The name of the default profile. If not set, a character specific profile will be used as the default.
-- You can also pass //true// to use a shared global profile called "Default".
-- @usage
-- -- Create an empty DB using a character-specific default profile.
-- self.db = LibStub("AceDB-3.0"):New("MyAddonDB")
-- @usage
-- -- Create a DB using defaults and using a shared default profile
-- self.db = LibStub("AceDB-3.0"):New("MyAddonDB", defaults, true)
function AceDB:New(tbl, defaults, defaultProfile)
if type(tbl) == "string" then
local name = tbl
tbl = _G[name]
if not tbl then
tbl = {}
_G[name] = tbl
end
end
 
if type(tbl) ~= "table" then
error("Usage: AceDB:New(tbl, defaults, defaultProfile): 'tbl' - table expected.", 2)
end
 
if defaults and type(defaults) ~= "table" then
error("Usage: AceDB:New(tbl, defaults, defaultProfile): 'defaults' - table expected.", 2)
end
 
if defaultProfile and type(defaultProfile) ~= "string" and defaultProfile ~= true then
error("Usage: AceDB:New(tbl, defaults, defaultProfile): 'defaultProfile' - string or true expected.", 2)
end
 
return initdb(tbl, defaults, defaultProfile)
end
 
-- upgrade existing databases
for db in pairs(AceDB.db_registry) do
if not db.parent then
for name,func in pairs(DBObjectLib) do
db[name] = func
end
else
db.RegisterDefaults = DBObjectLib.RegisterDefaults
db.ResetProfile = DBObjectLib.ResetProfile
end
end