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FS#983 - High Sea Level Patch, Done

Attached to Project: OpenTTD
Opened by BoekaBart (boekabart) - Tuesday, 03 July 2007, 14:00 GMT
Last edited by andythenorth (andythenorth) - Monday, 14 August 2017, 20:12 GMT
Type Patch
Category Core
Status Closed
Assigned To andythenorth (andythenorth)
Operating System All
Severity Low
Priority Normal
Reported Version trunk
Due in Version Undecided
Due Date Undecided
Percent Complete 0%
Votes 0
Private No

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Hi guys, I think the highsealevel patch is pretty much finished now that it has a user-friendly gui for 'new games' (http://www.tt-forums.net/viewtopic.php?p=603836#603836). Please seriously consider it, it'll be a bitch to update again after the 6 weeks I will be away for... ;) Have a nice summer and TTY in august!
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Closed by  andythenorth (andythenorth)
Monday, 14 August 2017, 20:12 GMT
Reason for closing:  Won't implement
Additional comments about closing:  Mass closure of patch tickets with no commentary for >5 years. Goal is to reduce patch queue as an experiment to see if it aids faster reviewing and rejection/acceptance (it may not). If this offends you and the patch is maintained and compiles with current trunk, discuss with andythenorth in irc. (andythenorth has no ability to review patches but can re-open tickets). Also, Tsunamis! ;)
Comment by BoekaBart (boekabart) - Friday, 05 October 2007, 10:36 GMT
So it wasn't that much of a bitch to update it after all :)

It has been in ChrisIn for a small while now, no complaints... So, hereby an update and let's see if this can go into trunk before we split of 0.6.0
Note that after this, adding rivers is a breeze - if the gfx are ever made.
Comment by Remko Bijker (Rubidium) - Friday, 05 October 2007, 22:25 GMT
I'd move the assertions from IsCoast/IsSea to GetWaterTileType.

+ // This used to check TileSlope == flat too.
+ // But none of the uses actually requires flat water, just (clear)Water (canal, river, sea)
Use the /* ... */ style here.

+extern uint8 _map_sealevel;
+extern uint GetSlopeZ_WaterSurface(TileIndex tile, uint x, uint y);
+extern Slope GetSlopeTileh_WaterSurface(TileIndex tile, Slope tileh);
Those are not map accessors. Probably best to move them to water.h

+/* water_cmd.cpp */
+extern uint8 _map_sealevel;
+
Kind of duplicate, just include water.h in misc.cpp

+ switch(GetTileType(tile))
+ {
+ case MP_INDUSTRY:
the { should be on the line with switch, the case should be indented one more level.

+extern uint8 _map_sealevel;
+
+static inline bool IsSeaBuoyTile(TileIndex t)
+{
I'd move the extern inside the function, as it is only intended to be used by that function.

+/* water_cmd.cpp */
+extern uint8 _map_sealevel;
+extern void LowerSeaLevel();
+extern void RaiseSeaLevel();
+
Don't we use include files to keep that?
Comment by BoekaBart (boekabart) - Monday, 08 October 2007, 09:32 GMT
Thanks for the comments - I think I've got them all in this new version.
Added water.h ( not in projects, but added in source.list )
Comment by BoekaBart (boekabart) - Monday, 08 October 2007, 11:43 GMT
All by myself without any feedback from TrueBrainLight, I fixed some minor coding style issues.
Comment by BoekaBart (boekabart) - Monday, 08 October 2007, 15:03 GMT
Maybe, there will come a day where there will be no comments left to make.
* Changed the order of check IsSea, and the comment there, to be better understandable.
* Fixed a typo (wrong '(' location) made in the previous 2 versions.
Comment by BoekaBart (boekabart) - Tuesday, 09 October 2007, 21:56 GMT
'svn up' (savegame version to 81)
Comment by BoekaBart (boekabart) - Wednesday, 10 October 2007, 08:52 GMT
'svn up' conflicted once again.
Comment by BoekaBart (boekabart) - Tuesday, 16 October 2007, 16:30 GMT
I've split the diff in 3 parts - but with svn I can't really make 3 diffs that come one-after-the-other, so here's just the first one.
It fixes the fact that OpenTTD still supports above-sea level canals with owner WATER - the fix done by Rubidium in r10230 (Implemented IsCanal() and use it to disallow terraforming) doesn't work for those canals. For an example, load opntitle.dat as a savegame and terraform around the canals there.
This diff fixes that and uses the IsCanal (and some other accessors) in all places where IsCanal needs to be checked.

Next step: use _map_sealevel for all 'water level' checks, and store it in the savegame - but no sealevel modification UI/functions yet.
Last step: Add Sealevel GUIs.
Comment by BoekaBart (boekabart) - Tuesday, 16 October 2007, 22:25 GMT
OK, step 1 in trunk (r11276)

Hereby, the biggest step:
* the introduction of _map_sealevel in water.h
* using this value everywhere where relevant
* storing it in savegames
* modified the flooding algorithm to work with now-possible situations (but behave the same when water is at 0, and behave visually the same ate higher sealevels.
* ships follow the water level, not the sea floor
* industries, bouys, docks and depots must be built on shallow water (added error string)
* towns won't terraform away dikes that will cause floods
* draw steep slopes with one corner under water with the right 'shore' equivalent
* draw an extra sea floor sprite during flooding if not drawing it would cause a 'hole in the map'-glitch.
I consider all those steps essential for the move towards mainly deep water, but adding the variable is imho an important step towards implementing rivers in a nice way.

Not in here yet, but ready to go in in step 3 or 4:
* All GUIs to actually raise the sea level (scenario editor and during random map generation)
* Transparent water option (draws the sea floor in the form of a 'dark blue selection grid' where it's deeper than 0)

Another option for step 3 or 4:
* Rivers code (as in TTDPatch currently - without drawing borders)
Comment by Remko Bijker (Rubidium) - Saturday, 20 October 2007, 08:40 GMT
+ return IsBuoyTile(t) && IsTileOwner(t, OWNER_WATER) && TileHeight(t) <= _map_sealevel;
This is going to cause trouble (I think) with canals that are below sealevel (in polders).

+ if (IsTileType(target, MP_WATER)) {
+ if (IsSea(target)) return;
+ }
The following is in my opinion "easier" to read (there are several similar cases)
if (IsTileType(target, MP_WATER) && IsSea(target)) return;


NOTE: to myself... run project/generate before committing ;)

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