Piqueserver still supports scripting just as PySnip did! However, since Piqueserver has had much refactoring and improvements since forking from PySnip, some scripts that work with PySnip, may not work immediately with Piqueserver. Never fear! The piqueserver team has avoided breaking changes regarding scripts as much as possible, and here are some details on some points that could be breaking changes.
Do reach out to the piqueserver team we can help you out!
Automated port to Python 3¶
Since Piqueserver doesn’t support Python 2 anymore we have to port the scripts to Python 3. Most of the porting can be automated with tools like 2to3. We can later fix issues related to py2->py3 as they arise.
Fix feature_server module imports¶
# OLD from map import ... from commands import ... from scheduler import ... # NEW from piqueserver.map import ... from piqueserver.commands import ... from piqueserver.scheduler import ... from piqueserver.map import ...
map.DEFAULT_LOAD_DIR and other constants¶
This constant in
feature_server/map.py is no longer, along with potentially others. Now, if you wish to get the map directory, you can use something like:
import os from piqueserver.config import config map_dir = os.path.join(config.config_dir, 'maps')
Fix packet imports¶
pyspades (and PySnip) have various packet instances in
pyspades.server and those instances were used/shared by multiple scripts.
Which can get messy and cause bugs. In piqueserver those instances are no longer present and scripts have to create those instances themselves.
# OLD from pyspades.server import grenade_packet, block_action, set_color # NEW from pyspades.contained import GrenadePacket, BlockAction, SetColor # lazy fix: package level global like below grenade_packet, block_action, set_color = GrenadePacket(), BlockAction(), SetColor() # proper fix: create them wherever they get used
Debugging import errors¶
Import errors in scripts causes piqueserver to throw
NotImplementedError which is vague(sorry!).
For debugging those import errors use python(shell) or ipython they’ll point you to which exact import is causing issues.
In : import buildandsplat --------------------------------------------------------------------------- ImportError Traceback (most recent call last) <ipython-input-1-01d8c693f582> in <module> ----> 1 import buildandsplat ~/piqueserver/piqueserver/game_modes/buildandsplat.py in <module> 25 from pyspades.common import Vertex3, make_color, get_color 26 from pyspades.constants import * ---> 27 from subprocess import add, admin, get_player, name 28 from pyspades import contained as loaders 29 from pyspades.weapon import WEAPONS ImportError: cannot import name 'add' from 'subprocess' (/usr/local/lib/python3.7/subprocess.py)