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No Zeblote is saying that most engine methods cannot be packaged, they are protected

Didn't I say that I just packaged fxDTSBrick::plant?

I did a package on plant [...]

But yes, some, but not all, engine methods are package-protected. Plant, however, is not one of them.

I mean you can package them but most of the time they work normally as they have by default and they do not spit anything out in the console (function declaration failed message is just something in torque you cannot package)
echo has infinite arguments for an example so there's no reason to package this anyways
« Last Edit: February 15, 2017, 05:27:57 PM by Kyuande »

mctwist, do you mean you packaged fxDTSBrick::onPlant? or fxDTSBrick::plant?

mctwist, do you mean you packaged fxDTSBrick::onPlant? or fxDTSBrick::plant?

I packaged fxDTSBrick::plant. It's that one that you use to plant a brick. The other one should be used when you want to know when something i planted. I guess you already know this as you asked. Why do you ask?

just wanted to clarify if there was possibly any issue with communication here.

No Zeblote is saying that most engine methods cannot be packaged, they are protected

That's not what I said though. The functionality of plant can't be implemented in ts - you must call the original plant or nothing happens.