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Started by reversengineer, February 21, 2014, 03:22:23 am
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Match Results Output?
#1  February 21, 2014, 03:22:23 am
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I am trying to capture the results of a Versus match (what character won) and output this data to something simple like a text file. After looking through the files, I haven't found anything that will allow me to easily accomplish this. At this point I am considering using a debug program and then finding the proper hex value to record this information, but there has got to be a better way!

Is there a way to monitor trigger states inside a character's CNS file? If I can detect a change in the "Win" trigger of a character, this might be able to accomplish what I'm trying to do. Otherwise I just have no idea where to look.

Thanks for any help you offer. Just any way of recording this simple data would be great. I am new to MUGEN development, so please forgive me if I missed something blatantly obvious here!
Re: Match Results Output?
#2  February 21, 2014, 05:33:26 am
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You'd need to make a frontend for MUGEN to accomplish that.
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#3  February 21, 2014, 05:45:43 am
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Re: Match Results Output?
#4  February 21, 2014, 05:58:05 am
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Quick VS has a logging feature, syntax is "-log [logfile]".

Sample:

[Match 1]
totalmatches = 1
team1.1 =
team2.1 =
stage = stages/ug_temple98.def

[Match 1 Round 1]
winningteam = 1
timeleft = 77.75
p1.name = Shingo Yabuki
p1.life = 1000
p1.power = 3438
p2.name = Shingo Yabuki
p2.life = 0
p2.power = 5000

[Match 1 Round 2]
winningteam = 0
timeleft = 99.35
p1.name = Shingo Yabuki
p1.life = 1000
p1.power = 3438
p2.name = Shingo Yabuki
p2.life = 1000
p2.power = 5000
Re: Match Results Output?
#5  February 21, 2014, 06:25:03 am
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Quick VS has a logging feature, syntax is "-log [logfile]".

Sample:

[Match 1]
totalmatches = 1
team1.1 =
team2.1 =
stage = stages/ug_temple98.def

[Match 1 Round 1]
winningteam = 1
timeleft = 77.75
p1.name = Shingo Yabuki
p1.life = 1000
p1.power = 3438
p2.name = Shingo Yabuki
p2.life = 0
p2.power = 5000

[Match 1 Round 2]
winningteam = 0
timeleft = 99.35
p1.name = Shingo Yabuki
p1.life = 1000
p1.power = 3438
p2.name = Shingo Yabuki
p2.life = 1000
p2.power = 5000


Thanks for this, Vans! Actually I thought this was exactly what I needed. However, I figured out the problem -- I was using MUGEN v1.1b1. It seems that the logging feature is not yet working on this version. I downgraded to v1.0 and it works perfectly. I am really happy to finally have this problem solved.