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Comet - Open Source Conquer Online Server

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Introduction

Comet is a Conquer Online server project containing an account server and game server. The account server authenticates players, while the game server services players in the game world. This simple two-server architecture acts as a good introduction into server programming and networking. The server is interoperable with the Conquer Online game client, patch 5017 (not provided by this project).

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This project was initially created for an interview as a 3-week programming project. Now, it's a base source that I'm opening up to the community. Feel free to add to it and submit push requests. I'm mostly active on my GitLab account, but feel free to hit me up on Discord or Cooldown if I don't get to things soon enough.

Links

Source Control: https://gitlab.com/spirited/comet
Readme: https://gitlab.com/spirited/comet/blob/master/Readme.md
Issue Tracker: https://gitlab.com/spirited/comet/issues
Storyboard: https://trello.com/b/tb8ChBlF/comet 

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i have a problem with building it. I am new to visual studio code.

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@foxbat I do not understand the picture that you linked. You VSCode open in just a .vscode folder. This does not give any useable information. Examples of useful information might be build logs. I would start by learning how to create a C# project like hello world or something. 

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"recommended but optional. After installing both, open the top directory for Comet. You will be asked to install the C# extension for Visual"

 

I am confused with the above mention. Should I open the folder using VScode. or should i have to rightclick the luanch.json and open it using VScode?

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21 minutes ago, foxbat said:

"recommended but optional. After installing both, open the top directory for Comet. You will be asked to install the C# extension for Visual"

 

I am confused with the above mention. Should I open the folder using VScode. or should i have to rightclick the luanch.json and open it using VScode?

That should say "open the top directory in Visual Studio Code". I'll modify that part of the readme.

I kind of expected that people know how to use dotnet. Normally, open source projects don't really teach you how to use a language, they teach you how to configure the project. I'll try and incorporate as much of your feedback as I can into the readme, but just keep that in mind.

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