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New Bot names

#1
I dug out the "Bots.txt" from the xonotic>data>xonotic-data.pk3dir and renamed all the bots. The old ones didn't have much rhyme or reason, and so the theme of these is "Greek Mythology", obviously expanding off of the player models' names.

Bot names:

Hades
Ares
Hermes
Apollo
Dionysus
Eros
Hephaestus
Poseidon
Zeus
Chaos
Erebos
Chronos
Aether
Aphrodite
Pontos
Artemis
Athena
Hestia

To install this, go into your xonotic>data>xonotic-data.pk3dir and replace the Bots.txt with mine.


.txt   bots.txt (Size: 1.35 KB / Downloads: 44)

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#2
no chooky bot.....

Sad

:^
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#3
You can easily edit it yourself if you want, just open the file, it's pretty self-explanatory.

Chooksta
Chooky
Chookster...
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#4
I don't want the bots to be named like hosts in the computer science department of the uni I was in Wink
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#5
(11-20-2010, 03:38 PM)divVerent Wrote: I don't want the bots to be named like hosts in the computer science department of the uni I was in Wink

lol, div0 , but still , these names are better than naming a cray XT5 'Rosa' , like a cow...
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#6
Standard bot names: old/busted
New bot names: GREEK MYTHOLOGY = MOAR L33T/KEWL
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#7
Funny stuff. How about adding ancient greek philosophers?
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#8
How about adding president names to the bots Tongue
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#9
maybe I can generate text files based on urban dictionary's words of the day :-P
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#10
(11-27-2010, 01:52 PM)-z- Wrote: maybe I can generate text files based on urban dictionary's words of the day :-P

+1 Heart Big Grin
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#11
hmm, well I can only grab 7 words from UD
(requires xml2)
Code:
wget -q -O- http://feeds.urbandictionary.com/UrbanWordOfTheDay | xml2 | grep "/rss/channel/item/title" | awk -F "=" '{ print $2 }' | tr -d '[:punct:]'

11 from merriam webster
Code:
wget -q -O- http://www.merriam-webster.com/word/index.xml | xml2 | grep "/rss/channel/item/title" | awk -F "=" '{ print $2 }' | tr -d '[:punct:]'
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#12
(11-27-2010, 01:52 PM)-z- Wrote: maybe I can generate text files based on urban dictionary's words of the day :-P

That would make the bot names similar to what you would expect in an actual match. lol
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#13
Code:
#!/bin/bash
# Bot file generation with names based on words of the day from Urban Dictionary and Merriam Webster
# Written by Tyler "-z-" Mulligan
# Notes: Wtf is wrong with me?

# GET ME DEM WORDS!
for s in "http://feeds.urbandictionary.com/UrbanWordOfTheDay" "http://www.merriam-webster.com/word/index.xml"; do
    while read -r; do array+=("$REPLY"); done < <(wget -q -O- $s | xml2 | grep "/rss/channel/item/title" | awk -F "=" '{ print $2 }' | tr -d '[:punct:]')
done

IFS=$'\n' # Set IFS to break up array based on newlines
#printf '\n%s ' "${array[@]}"

cp bot-file-template.txt bots.txt

i=1;
for s in ${array[@]}; do # who can shorten this to one sed statement?
    sed -i "s/{b${i}}/$s/" bots.txt
    i=$(($i+1));
done

The template file "bot-file-template.txt":

Code:
//bot configuration: name    model    skin    shirt    pants    team    keyboard use    moving    dodging    ping    weapon use    aggressivity    range    aiming    calmhand    mouse    fightthink    aithink
//default team values (team-override): 1 = red, 2 = blue, 3 = yellow, 4 = pink                                                                    
//use -1 for shirt-color or pants-color to get random colors                                                                    
{b1}    ignis    0    4    0    0    0    0    -0.5    -1    1    1    -0.5    -1    -1    2    0.5    -1
{b2}    gakarmored    0    14    7    0    -1    -1.5    -0.5    0    1    0    0    0    2    -0.5    -0.5    1
{b3}    erebus    0    2    6    0    0    -1    -0.5    -0.5    1    -0.5    0.5    1.5    -0.5    -1    1    0.5
{b4}    umbra    0    13    11    0    1    1    1    1    -1    0    0.5    0    -2    0    -1    0
{b5}    umbra    0    12    7    0    0    0    -1.5    -0.5    -0.5    0    0    0    0    -0.5    1.5    1.5
{b6}    ignis    0    11    1    0    -1    -1.5    -1    -0.5    1    1    -1    1    -0.5    1    0.5    0
{b7}    gak    0    3    10    0    0    1    0    0.5    -0.5    0.5    -0.5    -1    0    0    -0.5    0
{b8}    gakmasked    0    8    12    0    0    -1    -1    -1    0    2    0    1    0    2    -1    -1
{b9}    gakmasked    0    4    11    0    -0.5    0    0    1    -0.5    0    1    0    0    0    0    0
{b10}    ignishalfmasked    0    13    13    0    0    -1    0    -0.5    0.5    1    0    1    -2    1    0    0
{b11}    nyx    0    12    14    0    0    0    0    1    0    -1    -0.5    -1    1    0    0    0
{b12}    nyx    0    3    9    0    0    0    0    2    -1    0    0    0    -1    0    0    0
{b13}    erebus    0    13    6    0    0    0    0    -0.5    -1    1    0.5    0.5    -0.5    0    0.5    0
{b14}    pyria    0    9    14    0    1    1    1    1    -1    -1    0    1    1    -2    -1    -1
{b15}    ignismasked    0    0    4    0    1    1.5    2    -1    -1    -1    1    0    1    -0.5    -1    -1
{b16}    seraphina    0    9    9    0    0    0    0.5    -1    0    -1    0    -1    2.5    -1.5    1    0.5
{b17}    seraphinamasked    0    4    8    0    -0.5    2    1    0    0    -1    0    -1    0    1    -1    -0.5
{b18}    umbra    0    1    1    0    0    -0.5    -0.5    0    2    -1    -1    -1    0    -1    1    1


THIS CODE IS PROBABLY NOT SUITABLE FOR A PRODUCTION ENVIRONMENT, USE AT YOUR OWN RISK. Maybe someone can refine based on this proof of concept.
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#14
Okay, this is probably better, though I'm assuming some values and not handling floats.

Code:
#!/bin/bash
# Bot file generation with names based on words of the day from Urban Dictionary and Merriam Webster
# Written by Tyler "-z-" Mulligan
# Notes: Wtf is wrong with me?

# GET ME DEM WORDS!
for s in "http://feeds.urbandictionary.com/UrbanWordOfTheDay" "http://www.merriam-webster.com/word/index.xml"; do
    while read -r; do array+=("$REPLY"); done < <(wget -q -O- $s | xml2 | grep "/rss/channel/item/title" | awk -F "=" '{ print $2 }' | tr -d '[:punct:]')
done

IFS=$'\n' # Set IFS to break up array based on newlines
#printf '\n%s ' "${array[@]}"

bots=( erebus ignis ignishalfmasked gak gakarmored nyx seraphina seraphinamasked umbra )
rm bots.txt
echo "//bot configuration: name model   skin    shirt   pants   team    keyboard use    moving  dodging ping    weapon use  aggressivity    range   aiming  calmhand    mouse   fightthink  aithink
//default team values (team-override): 1 = red, 2 = blue, 3 = yellow, 4 = pink                                                                  
//use -1 for shirt-color or pants-color to get random colors" >> bots.txt
for s in ${array[@]}; do # who can shorten this to one sed statement?
    echo -e "$s\t${bots[$((RANDOM%${#bots[@]}))]}\t$((RANDOM%14))\t$((RANDOM%14))\t$((RANDOM%14))\t$((RANDOM%4))\t$((RANDOM%4-2))\t$((RANDOM%4-2))\t$((RANDOM%4-2))\t$((RANDOM%4-2))\t$((RANDOM%4-2))\t$((RANDOM%4-2))\t$((RANDOM%4-2))\t$((RANDOM%4-2))\t$((RANDOM%4-2))\t$((RANDOM%4-2))\t$((RANDOM%4-2))\t$((RANDOM%4-2))" >> bots.txt
done    

cat bots.txt

Apparently I do not need to strip the punctuation (tr -d '[:punct:]') but I do not have an environment to test this at the moment.
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#15
Yes, I highly doubt that this would be GPL compatible Tongue but would it be possible to have the game fetch random names form a predetermined list? (just a .txt file with every name we could think of in it). Also "Word of the Day" would require internet access even for singleplayer.

Fun idea though Exclamation
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#16
You can write any sort of bot file generator and put it on a cron to update and replace it, or load it in a different different game folder for your server, so different"game types" can use different bot files.

My script for "words of the day" would be run daily, not on every game.

Here's a screenshot btw

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I believe to load the bots file separately, you would have to run xonotic with a new directory along side the data directory and an extra flag when running xonotic.
Code:
cd /path/to/xonotic
mkdir coolideas
cd coolideas
cp /path/to/my/new/bots.txt .
./all run -game data -game coolideas
this would load the "data" game first, then load your "game" files on top of it. I don't know if there is a better way as I don't think -userdir reads the bot file.

Theoretically, bots can even have a "personality" generated and saved on a server, a random unique name, set of cloths, skillset saved with a unique id (Xonotic ID system?) and their statistics can be databased over time for fun or testing different bot criteria over time.
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#17
I have to say, the aggregate awesomness of what I encounter on this forum is stunning. Another splendid idea in action! Thank you!
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#18
Version 2: Devs and Contributers! Angel

bot names:

-z-
divVerent
merlijn
Morphed
mand1nga
tZork
FruitieX
Diabolik
Dokujisan
kojn^
esteel
C.Brutial
Rad Ished
Mirio
Mr. Bougo
MiceaKitsune
Halogene
chooksta

Of course, not all these people are Devs, but we don't have enough to fill the bot file. So I selected a couple of the most active/most contributing people to fill the other slots. If your name's on the list and you don't want it to be, just say so.

And to all the people that want to be on the list but aren't: edit your own bots.txt!


.txt   bots.txt (Size: 1.37 KB / Downloads: 1)

Happy holidays, Devs!
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#19
Hey, what about me? :'(

I SEE HOW IT IS
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#20
that would be confusing if you were actually playing with the person(s)

I had a friend that made bots for red faction along the lines of cheese, zombie, coconut, etc.

also, apparently I am nto a contributor Sad
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#21
Yes I'm sure I left out a lot of people who should be on it (you guys included), but I did warn about this in Article 3, Section 8, Paragraph 2.
Article 3 Section 8 Paragraph 2 Wrote:And to all the people that want to be on the list but aren't: edit your own bots.txt!

and again in Article 8, Section 1, Paragraph 7.

Article 8 Section 1 Paragraph 7 Wrote:Do it yourself, or stop complaining.

Big Grin Tongue

But anyway, does anybody think these (my first file) should be made official? Or maybe we should hold a contest to see who can make the best! (well, -Z- would win, but anyway) that would be fun, even if rather unproductive.
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#22
Greek gods sound amazing, but then the [BOT] tag should be renamed to [GOD] Tongue
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#23
Only problem is that I know a bunch of people who use greek gods as their gamer tag.... Like myself Tongue (Ares) -- So maybe greek gods wouldn't be the best to use. Tongue
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#24
Name them after body parts instead... Man would I laugh when Penis starts shooting rocket-headshots. =)
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#25
* Halogene coughs
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