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LibBabble-DigSites-3.0

Nov 28, 2014 Release
LibBabble-DigSites-3.0 Easily translate the dig site strings into all the locales. This won't return locations, distance, or anything else of the like, only the dig site names. How to Use: pkgmeta and Repository Libs/LibBabble-DigSites-3.0: svn://svn.wowace.com/wow/libbabble-digsites-3-0/mainline/trunk -- or wherever you wish to put it! MyAddon.toc Libs\LibBabble-DigSites-3.0\lib.xml MyAddon.lua local DS = LibStub("LibBabble-DigSites-3.0"):GetLookupTable() print(DS["Altar of Quetz'lun...
Shows obtaining a spell link.

Querier

Nov 22, 2014 Mature
What it does Querier is a small addon which will allow you to get Item and Spell links based off of ItemID or SpellID. There is basic error checking to ensure that you do not get disconnected. Where to get it WoWAce - Often Beta quality Curse - Most updated stable version WoWInterface - Stable Version How to get it to work You pass a SpellID or ItemID to the mod and it will print out the Spell Link or Item Link Donations Ackis has setup a donation site via Pledgie. Feel free to donate if you...

WoWUnit

Nov 20, 2014 Release
WoWUnit is a unit testing framework for addon developers to use when creating addons. What is Unit Testing? (quoted from Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unit_testing) In computer programming, unit testing is a method of testing that verifies the individual units of source code are working properly. A unit is the smallest testable part of an application. In procedural programming a unit may be an individual program, function, procedure, etc., while in object-oriented programming, the...

QuestsChanged

Nov 20, 2014 Release
Dev tool for tracking quests as you complete them... including the hidden behind the scenes tracking quests for objects/mobs.

Transcriptor

Nov 17, 2014 Release
Logging utility for boss encounters.
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Arbitrary Commands

Nov 06, 2014 Mature
Arbitrary Commands provides a popup menu containing player-programmable scripts or slash commands. The menu can be shown by any LDB launcher; by default a minimap-pimple icon is used. The scripts are gathered in nested menus, arranged by the player. The scripts can be either slash commands or snippets of Lua code, just like a long '/script'. I kept finding myself wanting to run the same bits of /script over and over, but didn't want to use up a macro slot OR find a place to store the macro...

AceGUI-3.0-FrameWithInput

Nov 06, 2014 Mature
This is a variant of AceGUI-3.0's Frame container, with some changes: The read-only status text bar at the bottom is replaced with an edit box for input. Additional buttons can easily be added across the bottom, outside the control of the container/widget scheme. The ':EnableResize()' method of the (undocumented) Window container is also present here, but not (yet?) in Frame. Documentation of new methods and AceGUI-style callbacks are at the top of the .lua file. Comments, bugs, etc, should...

LibPubSub-1.0

Nov 03, 2014 Mature
LibPubSub-1.0 Simple embeddable publish-subscribe implementation. Including LibPubSub functionality The easiest method for utilising LibPubSub is a mixin, like so: MyAddon = LibStub('AceAddon-3.0'):NewAddon('MyAddon', 'LibPubSub-1.0') If you're not using AceAddon, you can still embed LibPubSub in an object/table via LibPubSub's Embed() function: LibStub('LibPubSub-1.0'):Embed(MyObject) If you don't want to embed LibPubSub's methods in your objects, you can get a separate LibPubSub object:...

CPUThieves

Nov 03, 2014 Release
This addon makes an attempt at spotting CPU thieves live and reporting about them. You probably don't want to use this if you don't have WoW Lua developer experience. CPUThieves: Detected 182ms FPS hickup DURING COMBAT. (174ms = Lua) CPUThieves: 170 0.2s WowLua CPUThieves: 170 0.2s F:WowLuaButton_Config CPUThieves: .. and 3 more frames with same handler function CPUThieves: 170 0.2s F:WowLuaButton_Previous CPUThieves: 170 0.2s F:WowLuaButton_Next CPUThieves: 170 0.2s F:WowLuaButton_Redo...

OneCore-1.0

Nov 02, 2014 Mature
OneCore is a common library used by OneBag and it's related addons. Purpose OneBag and it's related addons have always been about sharing as much code as possible. This library was in fact embedded in previous versions of OneBag. I've decided to break it out into it's own project to improve the structure of OneBag's code and speed future development. This library currently provides OneBag's: Frame Creation Code Layout management Base Configuration options Locale information Slot coloring...
BugSack

BugSack

Oct 29, 2014 Release
BugSack eases the process of capturing bugs. It captures information about Lua errors that occurred during your play session, including the full debug stack. It aims to be invaluable to developers, and a useful tool for advanced players that use beta-quality addons. BugSack includes a LDB data broker plugin that displays the last 5 errors in the tooltip. It can also bring up a frame to display all other errors for the current session, or for any other session. The text of the error can then...

LibBackdrop-1.0

Oct 24, 2014 Release
LibBackdrop provides a 100% compatible replacement for SetBackDrop It also mixes in the following methods to the frame Mxin methods SetBackdropGradient(orient,minR,minG,minB,maxR,maxG,maxB) setup a gradient on the bg texture. SetBackdropGradientAlpha(orient,minR,minG,minB,minA,maxR,maxG,maxB,maxA) setup a gradient with alpha on the bg texture SetBackdropBorderGradient(orient,minR,minG,minB,maxR,maxG,maxB) setup a gradient on the border texture...
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Addon Control Panel

Oct 18, 2014 Release
Stop logging out of the game just to change your addons! ACP adds the "Addons" button to the game's main menu (The one you get when you hit ESC). It allows you to manage your addons in game, with an interface which looks similar to the blizzard addon manager. ACP will help you deal with the "Clutter" that multi-part addons and libraries introduce by displaying your addons in logical arrangements. ACP has many features to make your addon list easy to manage, help you with missing libraries,...

LibBabble-SubZone-3.0

Oct 18, 2014 Release
Overview The existing GetMapNameByID API or LibBabble-Zone-3.0 already provided the main zone names and most of the major sub-zone names, so it should be sufficient to fulfil most of the needs of looking-up the zone names' translation. But since above two methods still did not include all the sub-zones' information, that's why this library was created. What's Included Currently the location/zone/sub-zone names from below MPQ files are included: AchievementCriteria (Zone Info only) AreaTable...

Broker_WhoLib

Oct 15, 2014 Release
Debug tool for LibWho-2.0. Left-Click toggles WhoLib debug mode. Right-Click resets WhoLib.

LibTextTable-1.1

Oct 15, 2014 Release
Creates simple table controls for tabular text data. Primarily used for _NPCScan and its ilk - docs are in the code itself.

LibTextDump-1.0

Oct 15, 2014 Release
This library provides the ability to create a frame to dump text into, mainly for the purposes of copy/pasting to another medium. The frame does not automatically gain focus, can be banished with the Escape key, and has a button in the lower-right corner to highlight all text. API reference.
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BadBoy_History

Oct 14, 2014 Release
This is a plugin for BadBoy: http://www.curse.com/addons/wow/bad-boy Main features: Logs all chat removed by BadBoy and the BadBoy plugins.

!BugGrabber

Oct 14, 2014 Release
!BugGrabber is a small addon that simply grabs all Lua errors generated by WoW and makes them available to you through the /buggrabber slash command. Regular users should not use !BugGrabber. It is not designed to silence Lua errors - you can do that yourself from the Blizzard interface options. !BugGrabber is for developers. However, if you want to provide the developers of your favorite addon with useful bug reports, installing !BugGrabber and BugSack would be sensible. For casual...
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LibDDI-1.0

Oct 14, 2014 Release
Provides several dropdown item types that can be used with AceGUI-3.0's AceGUIWidget-DropDown in order to style font, statusbar and sound-dropdowns properly, making it easier for the user to select the preferred item. LibDDI can also be used with AceConfig option tables with the 'select' type, using the itemControl property. The following item types are available: DDI-Font, DDI-Statusbar, DDI-Sound and DDI-RaidIcon. Pull LibDDI-1.0 in via your TOC/embeds.xml and make sure it's loaded after...