Re: [nbos] AS2.0 Problem importing routes into sector
"Dan Williamson"
Thu Mar 10th, 2011
I just tested the "save as" option and it appears to work.

The data source for the perl script is the output from the CSV/SQL Exporter
script. For the version I am finishing up right now, I am starting with a
random sector generated by AS2.0 on which I ran the FastBang script to get
system contents. I did not want a huge sector for debugging purposes, it is
a 40 LY sphere with 906 Systems. Two of the systems qualify as major
systems according to my qualifications - huge population. The script takes
about 90 seconds to run on that data set. My original data set based on the
150Ly near star data set would take about 6 days to run on my computer.
Mainly due to the time involved generating routes between the 118 major
systems (6963 routes, If I'm doing my math right).

I will post it on NOX when I add a layer of user friendliness and write a
brief user guide. But first I have to finish my taxes.

Dan Williamson
Mountain View, CA

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Sent: Wednesday, March 09, 2011 10:25 PM
Subject: Re: [nbos] AS2.0 Problem importing routes into sector

>That would be awesome! At least I could try it out and provide NBOS
>with more information to hopefully get an aswer.

I suspect Alan is right - the routes arent flagged as being modifed.

What you *might* be able to do is do a 'Save As' when you save the file.
That should save everything to a 'new' file. You may have to do a regular
save first (the routes wont get saved, but they'll still stay loaded into
memory and can then be saved with a save-as).

Whats the data source for the Perl script? Are you loading an external data


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