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Ihnify

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33 minutes ago, Ihnify said:

Is there a difference in performance if the entire mod is in 1 resource, or consists of several. Or who is comfortable?

One resource:

No need for use exports (which are slow) or triggers.

Direct access to functions.

If you want to introduce/change something - you need to restart whole mod.

Several resources:

In order to have all functionality exports are needed or triggers.

Using functions through exports/triggers (if function is in other resource).

If you want to introduce/change something - you just restart desired resource.


In other words, one resource for best performance, or several resources for elasticity.

33 minutes ago, Ihnify said:

And how relevant is it https://luac.mtasa.com/

LUAC compiles (and obfuscates code if selected), compiling script converts it directly to Lua bytecode, therefore client/server doesn't need to do that.

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16 minutes ago, majqq said:

One resource:

No need for use exports (which are slow) or triggers.

Direct access to functions.

If you want to introduce/change something - you need to restart whole mod.

Several resources:

In order to have all functionality exports are needed or triggers.

Using functions through exports/triggers (if function is in other resource).

If you want to introduce/change something - you just restart desired resource.


In other words, one resource for best performance, or several resources for elasticity.

LUAC compiles (and obfuscates code if selected), compiling script converts it directly to Lua bytecode, therefore client/server doesn't need to do that.

how can I protect my scripts, if possible in more detail

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