raorn wrote:I've pushed my changes. Only stations with large pad are qualified for target, otherwise I am getting zero results. I did minor changes to your formatting and for "source poll" all systems with population above zero are counted.
I've also added some sorting and filtering options to hide sources with very large pool.
Deal wrote:The only thing I would say is that I don't recall ever seeing "ship too large" when flipping for pax missions. I suspect that they filter for large pads on the server side to promote the efficiency of mission running with larger ships. That being the case, (and since all systems with stations have pop > 0 - or so I would assume), filtering for large pads should give a representative source system pool.
Deal wrote:Edit: Just to be clear, I was joking about the formatting. I think the only thing I would want in that respect is a linefeed between each .format to make each block more easy to make out in the list, but even then, I can edit it as I like locally so by all means, change what you like.
raorn wrote:Yeah, I got the joke . Hope you like my changes. There's one more indentation level for source systems list and extra empty line.
*Al* wrote:I hope you both have a long and happy life together
No, you need Ruby interpreter and PostgreSQL database. But passenger missions are now nerfed, so this script is not really usable anymore...Kosh wrote:I must compile the file in order to run?
raorn wrote:No, you need Ruby interpreter and PostgreSQL database. But passenger missions are now nerfed, so this script is not really usable anymore...Kosh wrote:I must compile the file in order to run?
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