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ipairs() + getResources()

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Hey.

Today I was creating a CEGUI based resource system, that would allow easier start/stop of resources. I wanted to make more features, but I won't speak about that.

So, in serverside, I created a function that stores getResources() in a variable, and triggers it to client.

When I loop thru the table in clientside with ipairs(), nothing happens. I tried it with outputChatBox, and nah. No errors in debugscript.

-- server side
addEvent("getResourcesGUI", true)
function resourceGUI ()
	resursi = getResources()

	triggerClientEvent(client, "openGUI", resourceRoot, resursi)
end
addEventHandler("getResourcesGUI", resourceRoot, resourceGUI)
-- client side
addEvent("openGUI", true)
function init (resursi)
	for k, v in ipairs (resursi) do
		outputChatBox("hi, i spammer 100 resources")
	end
end
addEventHandler("openGUI", resourceRoot, init)

  

Oh, and ipairs() work serverside.

 

So, it doesn't work after passing to client. When I tried to outputChatBox the table ( know its dumb, just to check if it passed ), it shows that it tried to output table, so that's correct. And all events get passed, the serverside gets called by another function, but that's not revelant.

Edited by Gourmet.

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A resource-pointer doesn't exist on clientside - you can't send "resources" to clientside.

You can send resource root elements to clientside, but these will only work if the corresponding resource is running.

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@Gourmet. When I just started scripting I wrote this. You can't send the resources but you can send the data then display that in your gui.

function getResourceData()
	local resources = {}
	local res = getResources()
	for k, resource in ipairs(res) do
		if getResourceInfo(resource, "type") ~= "map" then
			table.insert(resources, {name=getResourceName(resource), state=getResourceState(resource)})
		end
	end
	triggerClientEvent("ResourcesTable", root, resources)
end
addEvent("ResourceList",true)
addEventHandler("ResourceList",root,getResourceData)

I'm assuming that's what you want.

Edited by Tails
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