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reddragon

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I have a vayne script from BOL which is around 9k lines. i am looking for a partner which has a little experience on here to help me xfer the script from BOL to here because BOL is dying and this seems to be growing

 

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would anyone instead of converting be interested in making an internal vayne script, for free users together with me? using parts of the vayne script i have from BOL. the BOL script has every feature you could wish for (nearly) in it but it might be slightly outdated


Edited by reddragon, 21 March 2018 - 07:15 .

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Trying to 'convert' a script of that length is likely a waste of time. 

 

Better to read through it and use general ideas and logic from it that are better than existing vayne scripts. You'd spend less time writing a script that fit the peculiarities and limitations of external than you would trying to convert and test 9k lines of code that weren't designed with those limitations in mind.


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^ this, external is widely different then bol as far as features, and to do the same thing requires various work arounds.


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Lol just because its the same language does not mean it works the same way. The script literally runs off a different api. Meaning the inputs and calls are completely different. You are definitely way better off rewriting it with the same logic. 

 

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reddragon

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Lol just because its the same language does not mean it works the same way. The script literally runs off a different api. Meaning the inputs and calls are completely different. You are definitely way better off rewriting it with the same logic. 

 

<-- Software dev (Not exclusively to scripting.)

 

i know its based on a different API im not an idiot, i have some experience with programming python , c# and a little java. currently also working on developing an IOS application.

I want to rewrite it but i just wrote the post in a wrong way to make that clear. but i am still looking for a partner to make it easier. especially if they have more knowledge of this API


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i know its based on a different API im not an idiot, i have some experience with programming python , c# and a little java. currently also working on developing an IOS application.

I want to rewrite it but i just wrote the post in a wrong way to make that clear. but i am still looking for a partner to make it easier. especially if they have more knowledge of this API

 

You will be able to update most of the functions, they are just internal LoL function that are accessed through injection (BoL uses the same functions, just different names)

But since its a 9k LoC script, it might be better to start from scratch.


Edited by ReverseMisaya, 23 March 2018 - 08:05 .

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You will be able to update most of the functions, they are just internal LoL function that are accessed through injection (BoL uses the same functions, just uses different names)

But since its a 9k LoC script, it might be better to start from scratch.

 

yea i figured. but i would rather have a duo partner since im spending time on more important things aswell and i wouldnt want this to be a 2 year project


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I would not recommend rewriting that script. I would maybe copy the logic draws, and handler. If you were a programmer, you would understand that 9k lines is wayyyy to cumbersome. Especially since vaynes logic is very linear. The only extra lines I can think is if the script were to have its own evade and junk. Or piggyback off another vayne script here and play with it. I wouldn't bother converting 9k lines of code at all. I don't think anyone would bother to do so. Unless they were paid maybe. 


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Lol just because its the same language does not mean it works the same way. The script literally runs off a different api. Meaning the inputs and calls are completely different. You are definitely way better off rewriting it with the same logic. 

 

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I think that was his intent in the first place anyways.

Adapting to bad english is a skill.


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I think that was his intent in the first place anyways.

Adapting to bad english is a skill.

 

thank god someone understands, the first post i made before edditing was indeed written awfully and way to short not making clear what and how i wanted it


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