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Interesting article about MTA

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I´d assume the 0.4 core is the core used for 0.4 but you´d know.

Unlike the boat picture that wouldn´t be misleading at all

lol

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I´d assume the 0.4 core is the core used for 0.4 but you´d know.

Well they don't invent a new core for each new version of MTA so the core will always have a lower version number. I remember there was a bit of confusion about that a long time ago which is probably why they changed the name to Blue.

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"the 0.4 core" , do you mean the core used in 0.4 or the 04. core

The core 0.4

The 0.4 core

lol

Misleading pfft , coders would know the difference

If he was talking about the core 0.4 the quote lost its point

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For some bizzare reason, our core blue core is versioned as 0.4, which really confuses anyone and everyone, hence the code name, blue.

eAi

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That's a pretty interesting article; I found it very entertaining during the class I read it in.

My question is: a part of it talks about running code as if it was originally in the exe. Does the client just modify the exe once as its loaded into ram, or does it persistently have to change the games memory to keep the effect of the program running code that was never there? I've known about this technique, but as I've never written a mod my self, I find it an interesting concept.

Also, I was playing gta mta 0.5, and realized that I had forgotten how much MTA kicks ass, and want to thank and congratulate everyone on the mta team for sticking and working together on an astonishing mod.

)>-GTAtari-<(

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.........wow

that was a pretty cool article

Aye. Kent is getting famous :D

I noticed hes not in the team description part though

So thats what hes been doin lately, thats why hes gone ;)

j/k i know college finals n stuff

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Its an interview with most of the devlopment team members, Kent's part was liasing with the author.

eAi

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