Mar 15, 2011 Inactive
LibCombatLogEvent-1.0 dispatchs combat log events using CallbackHandler-1.0, passing along a table with the event arguments. It integrates nicely with AceAddon-3.0 addons and use an efficient argument parsing. AceAddon-3.0 integration Quite simple, here is a basic sample: local myAddon = LibStub('AceAddon-3.0'):NewAddon("foo", "LibCombatLogEvent-1.0") function myAddon:OnEnable() self:RegisterCombatLogEvent("UNIT_DIED") end function myAddon:UNIT_DIED(event, eventArgs) print("Oh noes !",...
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Aug 31, 2016 Release
Left clicking on the addon causes the addon to try to set the lag tolerance fitting to your current latency. Right clicking opens the addon’s options. This can be done automatically every X seconds as well. Theory “Lag tolerance” is the term Blizzard uses in their game setting for setting the cvar “maxSpellStartRecoveryoffset”. All this is described e.g. here: The addon is (quite frankly) an experiment to try to find out weather setting...


Sep 06, 2016 Release
LibBodyguard-1.0 A WoW AddOn library to query information about the player's current bodyguard (if any). This is still in early progress, the plan is to be able to query any feasible information about bodyguards. For now, only name, health and last known GUID are available. Usage The public API methods have LuaDoc comments, the rest of the code has some stray comments here and there. To load library if you're using it embedded, specify the load.xml file in your TOC. Use LibStub to consume the...


Sep 26, 2016 Mature
LoggerHead Lite is a an automated combat log enabler. The "Lite" means it only cares about when you are in a raid or mythic+ instance and is greatly simplified /lh for options. Only instances you've entered will show. The first time you enter a raid or start a mythic keystone dungeon, you'll get a popup asking if you'd like to log that instance/difficulty. /log to manually toggle logging. If you want to clear out old entries, you can reset the database in Profiles.


Mar 12, 2013 Mature
A library with reusable code to detect failure at certain raid tasks. At last count there are 107 different "fails" that are tracked (updated for ToC/Icecrown courtesy of Maat/sztanpet/MysticalOS). Please note, this list is not always up-to-date. The Icecrown Citadel list includes: Fail_Rotface_OozeExplosion Fail_Rotface_StickyOoze Fail_Marrowgar_Whirlwind Fail_Marrowgar_Coldflame Fail_Marrowgar_SaberLash Fail_Festergut_VileGas Fail_Festergut_PungentBlight Fail_Deathwhisper_DeathNDecay...