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00:17<DanMacK>hey all
00:17<DanMacK>@seen Pikka
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01:48<Rubidium>MagisterQuis: add the -d 0 after the -D
01:56<LSky>morning
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02:22<andythenorth>disabling 90’ turns is a BAD FEATURE
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02:52<@planetmaker>moin
02:53<Zsub>moin
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02:57<Eearslya>meow
03:04<supermop>hi
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03:08<Supercheese>Baaa
03:10<Rubidium>supermop: the main problem with day length patches is that something isn't scaled right according to some user
03:11<andythenorth>also there’s no need for them
03:11<andythenorth>is a problem
03:11<andythenorth>more code with no purpose, getting in the way, and having bugs
03:12<Rubidium>e.g. if you make a day longer, then a month and year get longer too. As a result per tick you pay less interest, less infrastructure costs and less vehicle maintenance. Also vehicles depreciate slower, so all in all the game gets significantly easier
03:12<andythenorth>Rubidium: I think the aim is to get the game into real time
03:12<andythenorth>one month = one month
03:12<andythenorth>so that a realistic model train can be built
03:13<Rubidium>also... some people think that industries/towns produce too much in their current state, and so that the tick based industry and town "production" need to be changed to something day-ish (in that particular use case)
03:13<supermop>Rubidium: my idea is to have costs happen per tick rather than per day
03:14<supermop>so that if i pay x cost every 30 days now, i still pay x cost every 2220 ticks after changing the speed at which the calendar increments
03:15<supermop>so that if i sit at my computer for 10 minutes, the same 'stuff' happens with or without daylength effects
03:15<andythenorth>ho ho, is Marklin’s site ‘mobile optimised’? http://www.marklin.com
03:15<andythenorth>:P
03:15<supermop>only difference is that if i want it to stay in the 1920's longer, those years are passing more slowly
03:16<Rubidium>so a vehicle model length of 10 (original) years, now at 740 ticks per day is old after just 1 (new) year?
03:16<supermop>i imagine things that change based on the calendar still would do so,
03:17<andythenorth>I have tried to figure out a few times, why don’t we just lie about the date?
03:17<supermop>andythenorth: thats basically what i am saying
03:18<@planetmaker>maybe one indeed could have vehicles get old after just 3 weeks. But introduce newer *types* of vehicles by the changed time flow. As the only concession.
03:18<andythenorth>just display the date as ‘date * multiplier’
03:18<andythenorth>problem solved
03:18<andythenorth>everything else untouched
03:18<@planetmaker>And ask for insane amounts of interest, thus coupling that to ticks
03:18<supermop>Rubidium: if a newgrf says this train is old after 10 years, lets say it takes 10 times as many ticks to get there
03:19<@planetmaker>supermop, but 'getting old' is part of difficulty. It costs money. Thus slower time makes it easier, if 'getting old' is delayed
03:19<andythenorth>hmm
03:19<andythenorth>this sounds hideous, let’s talk about breakfast instead
03:20<andythenorth>a world of possibilities awaits, what should I eat?
03:20<supermop>planetmaker: as stated in my post, it does not contribute enough to difficult as is
03:22<supermop>i get the impression that people mostly want two things from daylength: their trains (particularly steam trains) to last longer in real time, and to have more time to build out networks before they end up in the 30th century
03:22<@Alberth>andy, the finest breakfeast you can create before the morning ends?
03:22<Rubidium>a tompouce?
03:23<supermop>i personally don't mind using 80's DMUs in the 2500s
03:23<@Alberth>supermop: make a nice newgrf for it. Problem solved
03:23<Rubidium>mak
03:23<andythenorth>I have eggs, bacon, tomatoes, oat cereal, mushrooms, salmon, salami, porridge, melon, milk, bananas
03:23<Rubidium>a) don't mistype make, b) do it in the right window ;)
03:23<andythenorth>Alberth: +1
03:24<andythenorth>supermop: you just want vehicles available for longer?
03:24<@Alberth>Rb can make anything in any window :)
03:24<supermop>i want to stop seeing ideas for daylength pop up that keep hitting the same roadblock
03:24<supermop>i use never expire
03:25*NGC3982 enjoys the public servers for the first time in five years.
03:25<@Alberth>supermop: stop reading the suggestions forum :)
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03:25<supermop>i do want some kind of 24hr time though as it makes it easier for me to timetable
03:25<andythenorth>supermop: daylength is a fundamentally ‘not happening’ issue
03:25<andythenorth>it shouldn’t even be attempted
03:25<@Alberth>supermop: never expire doesn't prevent new models from appearing "too fast"
03:26<andythenorth>I have (in my deep past) made games with Flash
03:26<andythenorth>in Flash the equivalent of ticks is framerate
03:26<supermop>and if the problem has always been things get scaled wrong, why not just separate those things from the number that people want to scale
03:26<andythenorth>because it’s insanely difficult
03:26<andythenorth>literally I have tried this in *much* simpler games
03:27<andythenorth>you cannot easily decouple the different factors
03:28<andythenorth>you get a hideous intersection of issues like interaction, gameplay progression, animation, difficulty
03:29<andythenorth>games are fundamentally time-based media, you can’t fuck around with the timings trivially
03:30<@DorpsGek>Commit by rubidium :: r26517 /trunk/src (3 files in 2 dirs) (2014-04-26 07:30:15 UTC)
03:30<@DorpsGek>-Fix: Windows 9x (or rather non-unicode) compile failures
03:32<andythenorth>supermop: the basic goal I think you want could be met by lying about the date in the UI + newgrfs with scalable intro dates
03:32<andythenorth>i.e. a parameter for time scale = 1x, 2x, 4x etc
03:32<andythenorth>but no programmer is going to patch and commit that because it won’t seem like a ‘proper’ solution
03:33<Rubidium>it will mess up George's industries for sure ;)
03:33<supermop>is tht much different than having a set-able coefficient for changing number of ticks in a rendered date?
03:36<andythenorth>Rubidium: grfs have to explicitly declare support for it - grv v9 or something
03:37<LSky>distribution variety isnt related to industry placement, is it?
03:37<andythenorth>and if not supported, grf is disabled, or setting is 1x
03:37<@planetmaker>LSky, in map generation? That's only about landscape form
03:38<LSky>hi btw
03:38<@planetmaker>supermop, yes... maybe. The problem really is that there's many values which are used for both, per tick and real-life unit time.
03:39<LSky>its a shame that the daylength thing isnt happening btw, its much more fun in my experience
03:39<andythenorth>why?
03:39<@planetmaker>But, indeed, I do think if there can be a daylength thing it's in a sort similar to how you describe. Mostly de-coupling things. Keeping game-as-is and mostly display fixes to time
03:39<LSky>for multiplayer, you get to play a map for longer
03:40<@planetmaker>how that?
03:40<andythenorth>can’t you just play for longer?
03:40<@Alberth>LSky: 5000000 years not enough?
03:40<LSky>people kinda stop bothering after 2020
03:40<@Alberth>...
03:40<@planetmaker>there's virtually no end to a map other than "not playable anymore" and "everything connected and built-up"
03:40<andythenorth>LSky: so if time is 2x slower, they’ll stop bothering 1970?
03:40<@planetmaker>LSky, incidentially that's usually the date where everything is connected in multiplayer
03:41<LSky>from what ive seen, people enjoy the sweet spot 1940-2010 most
03:41<@planetmaker>if you start early enough and enough companies
03:41<supermop>i care less about length of game, more i would like to be less reliant on days as they are now for my gameplay
03:41<@planetmaker>So what would happen, if you made a small add-on NewGRF which stretches the introduction dates of the vehicles of your favourite set from the 100-year range to 1000 year range?
03:41<LSky>andy, youd think that, but every game regardless of when the game started, its about done when people played a day or so in 2000+
03:42<@Alberth>LSky: why do people stop playing? If you want a longer game play, that's what you're going to have to fix
03:43<LSky>well im not saying its an issue as such
03:43<LSky>i mean, its just a shame that it wont be officially supported
03:43<LSky>were doing fine on our server, where games last about 6 real days
03:43<LSky>and yeah, i suppose introduction dates of vehicles can be edited
03:44<LSky>but thats going to be editing quite a few newgrfs if you wanna do it right
03:44<LSky>the original reason for having this, for me, was so that when id play an mp game, my company wouldnt be gone/horribly outdated when id come back the next day
03:44<Rubidium>vice versa too; if you change the length of a day, then NewGRFs need to be updated to properly account for the repurcussions of that
03:45<LSky>yes
03:45<LSky>but just basecosts solves most of that
03:45<LSky>we've ran this server like this for 2 years now, never needed to edit newgrfs and its balanced well, imo
03:46<LSky>i mean, all im saying is that its a shame that it wont be officially supported
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03:46<supermop>also my opinion is sort of meaningless as a i rarely playthrough a game anymore
03:46<LSky>well whats 'playing through' in OpenTTD?
03:46<LSky>sandbox after all
03:47<Rubidium>the main problem of OpenTTD why features can't be added easily is because of backward compatability, and having to figure out what to do with that
03:48<LSky>i didnt really expect it to have been a feature any time soon, the daylength mods are kind of outdated as is
03:48<supermop>way i play now is: andy releases something new, so i get a nightly, download that set, plus updates of anything else i have downloaded, play a map between 64x128 and 256x512 for a few hours to see what neat things andy has made for me...
03:48<LSky>took us a lot of effort to get any mod working with recent nightlies
03:48<Rubidium>were we to drop support for the current NewGRFs, base sets, AIs and game scripts, then we can simplify a huge amount of code a ditch loads of somewhat pointless settings
03:49<LSky>well, if it cant work, it cant work, i have no issue with that
03:50<LSky>its usually managable with mods
03:51<andythenorth>Rubidium: we could do that…
03:51<andythenorth>version 2?
03:51<supermop>then get bothered by some little issue, stop playing to brainstorm a newgrf, get put off by doing work on it, go do something else
03:52<LSky>planetmaker, im looking at the 'apply for project' page btw, i have no idea what im supposed to be putting in the fields of tracker, status, priority, assignee, etc, etc
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04:02<@planetmaker>just leave it at defaults
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04:17<supermop>ooops
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04:17<supermop>accidentally started a wasteland game with a growth script running
04:17<supermop>can i turn off a GS in a running game?
04:18<LSky>which growth script
04:18<supermop>andythenorth: HEQs crawlers look good in a post apocalyptic setting
04:18<supermop>real growth
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04:25<andythenorth>supermop: :)
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04:28<Phreeze>no, it's me
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04:50<andythenorth>anyway
04:50<andythenorth>forbidding 90’ turns is a BAD FEATURE
04:52<@planetmaker>why is it BAD?
04:52<andythenorth>what does it achieve?
04:52<@planetmaker>90° turns must be forbidden by default :)
04:52<andythenorth>other than breaking routing for ships?
04:53<Phreeze>it's kind of...unrealistic
04:53<andythenorth>I had it forbidden for years
04:53<@planetmaker>oh, for ships not. For trains
04:53<__ln___>90' is 1 degree and 30 minutes?
04:53<Phreeze>when i was a kid and playing with trucks, even THEN i didnt do 90° turns
04:53<andythenorth>I just re-enabled it for my 4 year old, and now I’m looking at it as ‘wtf’
04:53<andythenorth>there’s nothing wrong with 90’ turns
04:53<@planetmaker>90' indeed is 1° 30'
04:53<Phreeze>for trains, it looks weiiiiiiird
04:54<@planetmaker>no way to show that slight angle change in OpenTTD :P
04:55<andythenorth>it’s not an improvemtn on original TTD
04:55<andythenorth>improvement *
04:55<andythenorth>it’s just a thing to please the train nerds
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04:57<Brumi>4 year old playing openttd?
04:57<Brumi>impressive :)
04:57<andythenorth>he’s been playing for about 18 months
04:57<Brumi>can he read?
04:57<andythenorth>unaided for about last 9 months
04:57<andythenorth>can’t read
04:58<Brumi>wow
04:58<andythenorth>he just builds train loops and sets them going
04:58<@planetmaker>:)
04:59*peter1139 hands andythenorth a supply of °°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°° symbols.
04:59<Brumi>I also couldn't build anything sensible when I first started playing
04:59<peter1139>alt-gr+shift+0, simple.
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05:00<andythenorth>peter1139: steve jobs didn’t approve of your funny symbol
05:00<andythenorth>not on my keyboard
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05:00<peter1139>Get a real computer.
05:00<peter1139>Or just put a real OS on it.
05:01<@planetmaker>andythenorth, my mac has the ° in the usual place... left of 1 by means of shift.
05:02<andythenorth>°°°°°°°°°°°
05:02<andythenorth>blearch
05:02<andythenorth>let’s make a farm
05:02<andythenorth>‡‡‡‡‡‡‡‡‡‡‡‡‡‡‡‡‡‡‡‡‡‡‡
05:02<andythenorth>keeps the cows in
05:03<andythenorth>≠≠≠≠≠≠≠≠≠≠≠≠≠≠≠≠≠≠≠≠≠≠≠≠≠≠≠≠
05:03<andythenorth>keeps the sheep in
05:03<andythenorth>sheep are not as strong as cows
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05:15<andythenorth>where is V453000
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05:23<@planetmaker>there's some object set which has a few nice fences. DWE? VAST? Dunno, but likely one of those two
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05:33<peter1139>Is there an option to stop towns building so many bridges?
05:36<@planetmaker>no
05:36<@planetmaker>except if you disable road building by towns altogether
05:37<@planetmaker>maybe a different road layout helps, but that's dubious
05:37<@planetmaker>depends on geography
05:39<peter1139>Should be quite simple to check for nearby bridges, I think?
05:40<peter1139>Take a point half-way along the bridge, then check perpendicular for a "few" tiles from there for other bridges.
05:40<@planetmaker>should not be more than two each way
05:40<@planetmaker>two tiles
05:41<peter1139>2? That wouldn't stop anything.
05:41<peter1139>Well depending on the layout I suppose.
05:44<peter1139>Hmm, ah, I'm thinking over water. Over track is not so ugly.
05:44<andythenorth>I like these stupid bridges that are unmovable and block my ships, stations etc
05:49<andythenorth>are rivers unmovable yet?
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05:50<andythenorth>quak
05:50<@Alberth>moin
05:50<peter1139>You can't move them.
05:50<andythenorth>must be fixed then
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05:52<frosch123>hola
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05:57<fonsinchen>If you're bored, make a timetable for conditional orders and watch the weirdness.
05:57<andythenorth>:o
05:58<andythenorth>that sounds like mixing sodium and water
05:59<andythenorth>why are conditional orders?
05:59<fonsinchen>It's possible and it does something remotely logical. It's just very hard to understand what it does.
06:00<andythenorth>do conditional orders have any purpose?
06:00<fonsinchen>Oh, ask V453000, he'll give you myriads of examples
06:01<andythenorth>oh if it’s V453000 we can ignore all the answers
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06:07<Wolf01>hi hi
06:09<@planetmaker>andythenorth, I use cond. orders for low-capcity things where I can have one train serve e.g. two mines
06:09<@planetmaker>if load% > 90 also try to pickup stuff from 2nd mine or so
06:11<andythenorth>hmm
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06:12<andythenorth>doesn’t cdist make all that redundant?
06:12<andythenorth>maybe not
06:13<andythenorth>planetmaker: how do you get the < 90% load?
06:13<andythenorth>timetable?
06:13<@planetmaker>andythenorth, don't use full load and just visit a low-throughput station
06:13<@planetmaker>where there waits less than the train can carry
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06:35<MagisterQuis>Rubidium: Still prints a few debug messages, though debuglevel reports net=0. Is there a way to compile it as default (without digging through the source) or a setting in the config file?
06:36<Rubidium>some of the messages can't be easily disabled
06:38<@planetmaker>MagisterQuis, did you see that you failed to attach the fix-OpenBSD patch?
06:39<MagisterQuis>planetmaker: I did. I attached it.
06:39<MagisterQuis>Like, commented and atteched.
06:39<MagisterQuis>attached*
06:39<MagisterQuis>http://sprunge.us/ALPO <- and put this in there.
06:42<Rubidium>though as far as I can see all stuff that's printed at debug level 0 is something odd happened
06:43<fonsinchen>Either I'm too stupid to understand it or timetabling of conditional orders makes no sense whatsoever.
06:44<MagisterQuis>Rubidium: Seems it prints some routine startup messages: http://sprunge.us/DMfg
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06:52<Rubidium>MagisterQuis: try http://rbijker.net/openttd/less_noisy.diff
06:53<MagisterQuis>Rubidium: Why are those messages debug messages (as opposed to, say, info)?
06:53<Rubidium>I'm not sure whether the version should or should not be shown regardless of anything
06:54<Rubidium>MagisterQuis: it's just the same; either you make a number of functions for "error", "warning", "info" and "debug"... or you just make one with different levels of importance
06:55<MagisterQuis>Ah, that makes sense.
06:55<Rubidium>only caveat is that some info is more important than some warnings, so you'd need to add levels to the four functions as well
06:55<MagisterQuis>So, in OpenTTD, DEBUG() is a bit like syslog()?
06:55<Rubidium>yup
06:55<MagisterQuis>That makes sense.
06:56<MagisterQuis>In that case, it'd make sense for those messages to be printed at level 0.
06:56<MagisterQuis>The [dbg] tag threw me.
06:56<MagisterQuis>Starting a server with no output would be odd.
06:57<Rubidium>that's kinda why the dedicated server does -dnet=6 in -D
06:57<MagisterQuis>Yeah, but then you get a message every time someone queries it.
06:58<Rubidium>it's always been doing that; I was never bothered much by it
06:59<MagisterQuis>I'll try net=1 and see how chatty it is.
06:59<MagisterQuis>I haven't played in years :D
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06:59<MagisterQuis>Last time I played much, I wrote a wrapper that allowed control via IRC.
06:59<MagisterQuis>It was nearly unauthenticated :D
07:00<@planetmaker>the new kid in town for that is usage of the admin port :)
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07:00<@planetmaker>Usually I recommend using SOAP to control OpenTTD (and bridge it to IRC - it's a supybot plug-in)
07:00<MagisterQuis>I saw that. I decided not to poke at it unless I actually need it.
07:01<MagisterQuis>Surprisingly, full-time employment kinda takes time away from messing with game servers.
07:01<@planetmaker>using soap made many things quite easy actually - I think
07:04<MagisterQuis>Given that I'll have all of four users, I'm not hugely worried about it.
07:05<MagisterQuis>Plus random people who wander in.
07:05<MagisterQuis>But, with the number of servers online, even that's not going to be a large number.
07:06<@planetmaker>well. The amount of online players and available servers tends to be the same numbers. Approximately
07:07<MagisterQuis>Lol.
07:07<MagisterQuis>Everybody runs his own server?
07:07<@planetmaker>well. Not really. Most probably play single-player. Just check-out servers.openttd.org
07:08<@planetmaker>and count server-no and connected clients
07:08<@planetmaker>average is one. But it's unequally distributed
07:08<MagisterQuis>Neat.
07:09<@planetmaker>I certainly didn't count in the last year, but I'll be surprised if it changed significantly
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07:13<Rubidium>it's more like half a player/server
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07:44<Eddi|zuHause>the peak time is probably more interesting than the average
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08:00<NGC3982>Oh hai.
08:02<Eddi|zuHause>"How do you explain to a foreigner that there are naked beaches and naked saunas, but in the pool belonging to a naked sauna you have to wear bathing clothes"
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08:05<@planetmaker>hehe
08:05<@planetmaker>try to explain the concept of 'FKK' in the first place. And how to know when / where / why :P
08:08<andythenorth>hmm
08:08<andythenorth>wasteland
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08:09<@planetmaker>it's an awesome idea, too :)
08:09<@planetmaker>and not badly made either
08:09*andythenorth ponders
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08:25<andythenorth>Road Hog alpha-1 now on banananananas
08:25<andythenorth>'needs' nightly ottd
08:51<fjb>Moin.
08:52<@planetmaker>hi fjb
08:52<fjb>Moin planetmaker
08:54<fjb>planetmaker: FKK when and where? You will find out when the police arrests you or not.
08:59<@planetmaker>lol
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11:53<LordAro>@seen Zuu
11:53<@DorpsGek>LordAro: Zuu was last seen in #openttd 2 weeks, 6 days, 18 hours, 12 minutes, and 1 second ago: <Zuu> Hello ZirconiumX
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12:33<George>Hi. Can running cost be negative?
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12:41<DanMacK>Hey all
12:52<Rubidium>George: I doubt it
12:52<George>Would it be hard to provide such a feature?
12:55<George>Electric locomotives with Regenerative brakes (also going down hill) in fact generate energy, thus could be represented as negative running cost
12:55<@DorpsGek>Commit by rubidium :: r26518 trunk/src/genworld.cpp (2014-04-26 16:55:30 UTC)
12:55<@DorpsGek>-Change: make genworld messages on the dedicated server disable-able by using -dnet=0
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12:55<Eddi|zuHause>you're probably modelling a few steps too far there
12:56<andythenorth>just lower the running costs generally?
12:56<andythenorth>same net effect
12:56<andythenorth>or zero them
12:56<andythenorth>when coasting
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12:57<andythenorth>the relevant cost is for a journey or round-trip,
12:57<andythenorth>not for any given tick
12:57<Eddi|zuHause>every bit of energy you save during braking you already spend through accelerating, so just reduce the acceleration costs
12:58<Eddi|zuHause>as to the difficulty: it would be trivial to interpret the property/return value as signed
12:58<Eddi|zuHause>but you can't change specs like that, someone could be using that range already
12:59<Eddi|zuHause>so you need an additional flag to switch the signedness
13:00<Eddi|zuHause>and there it starts being a mess
13:00*Rubidium wonders how much of the running costs are actually electricity
13:01<Eddi|zuHause>how much of your car's running cost is fuel?
13:01<Rubidium>I can't answer that question
13:02<Eddi|zuHause>it's probably significant, but if you include the driver time, it's not the majority
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13:03<Rubidium>lets assume a TRAXX engine, apparantly 4 MW of power output on 1.5 kV: EUR 0.03 / kWh -> 1 hour full whack costs EUR 120. They need to pay at least EUR for the train path if it's only the loc, and using 100% of the engines power with only the loc for an hour seems improbable
13:04<Rubidium>anyhow... top speed is 140 km/h, so lets assume it runs at top speed, that costs 140 EUR
13:04<Rubidium>(all on Dutch railways)
13:05<andythenorth>is that all?
13:05<andythenorth>that’s ridiculously cheap
13:05<fonsinchen>They have to pay the train driver also while the train is not going full power (or at least I hope so).
13:06<Rubidium>maybe do it the other way around... lets assume regenerative breaking is 100% efficient is converting momentum into electricity
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13:07<fonsinchen>But it's pretty surprising to do that math. I once calculated together with a friend that only the ICEs running in germany use the power output of 1 nuclear plant on average.
13:07<Eddi|zuHause>then you can ignore accelerating/decelerating but you still have to overcome rolling friction and wind resistance for travelling
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13:08<Eddi|zuHause>fonsinchen: but we closed 6 of those and it didn't even leave a dent in the statistics
13:10<fonsinchen>Still, those trains are burning a sizable share of the total electricity produced in Germany. Apparently they didn't really optimize them for power consumption back then.
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13:13<Phreeze>speaking of german trains, recently got a cool book for 10eur
13:13<Phreeze>Deutsche Eisenbahnen, Bassermann Verlag
13:13<Phreeze>got it on amazon
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13:17<Rubidium>the loc is 80 000 kg, going 140 km/h (40 m/s): 18 kWh -> EUR 0.54. With 270 kN traction, the train should be able to stop in 12 seconds. It would need 550 meter to stop, so EUR 0.55. So a kamikaze break would still cost money.
13:18<Rubidium>(under perfect conditions)
13:19<fonsinchen>Did you just prove that a train is no perpetuum mobile?
13:21<Phreeze>rubi, you know that the price for 1kw for heavy energy customers is ridiiiiiculously loooow
13:21<Phreeze>like if you pay 10cents, they pay lessen than 1
13:22<Rubidium>Phreeze: I'm using the prices that Prorail, the track owner here, puts in its document regarding running trains on their tracks
13:24<Rubidium>I reckon some fraction of the price per kWh is for maintenance of the actual catenary
13:27*Rubidium pays about EUR 0.06 per kWh for the electricity, then another EUR 0.15 in taxes and EUR 22.50 to get the electricit here, although I also get a EUR 385.5 refund on the "energy tax".
13:30<Rubidium>which is nice, as last year I paid like EUR 475 for electricity and gas of which EUR 375 were costs for having a connection to the electricity/gas networks
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13:34<frosch123>what triggers a refund on the tax?
13:35<frosch123>here you would usually only get refunds for stuff you need for work
13:35<Rubidium>the utilities company has to subtract it from the bill
13:38<Rubidium>though it's more something that sometime they decided that the poluter has to pay, but the taxes (on average) were not allowed to rise. So they increased the tax per kWh and subtract "average usage * (new tax per kWh - old tax per kWh)" from the total
13:38<frosch123>oh that kind of non-sense
13:42<Rubidium>well, I'm kinda happy about it
13:43<Rubidium>though those kind of constructs can be found everywhere in tax related stuff
13:44<Rubidium>but lets not digress into that mess
13:45<@DorpsGek>Commit by translators :: r26519 trunk/src/lang/korean.txt (2014-04-26 17:45:12 UTC)
13:45<@DorpsGek>-Update from WebTranslator v3.0:
13:45<@DorpsGek>korean - 2 changes by telk5093
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15:25<Eddi|zuHause>i didn't understand a word of that...
15:31<Supercheese>of which?
15:32*andythenorth looks for a ‘win now’ button in ottd
15:33<Supercheese>Ctrl+Alt+C
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15:35<Rubidium>andythenorth: the red dot in the top left corner of the window?
15:38<Supercheese>Top left?! Mac insanity
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15:45<frosch123>Alt+0 in debug builds?
15:48<Eddi|zuHause>i don't think i actually ever tried that
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16:09<alluke>dat feel when torrent gets stuck
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16:34<@DorpsGek>Commit by frosch :: r26520 trunk/src/lang/english.txt (2014-04-26 20:34:22 UTC)
16:34<@DorpsGek>-Change: Reword some texts, mostly setting names.
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16:55<@DorpsGek>Commit by rubidium :: r26521 trunk/src/strgen/strgen.cpp (2014-04-26 20:55:08 UTC)
16:55<@DorpsGek>-Fix-ish: prevent from ever reading huge (or negative) amounts of data in strgen
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16:59<fonsinchen>andythenorth: Feel like testing the better link capacity estimates for full load? https://github.com/ulfhermann/openttd/commits/capacity
17:00<andythenorth>trunk?
17:00<fonsinchen>You can apply the waybill patch on top of that
17:01<fonsinchen>Well, I've tested it myself a bit, but experience tells me that others find bugs where I don't find them.
17:01<andythenorth>hmm
17:02<andythenorth>is this a branch I can just switch to?
17:02<fonsinchen>Yes
17:02<fonsinchen>The ships/trains+waybill thing works pretty well with it. It just takes a fairly long time for the numbers to settle.
17:03<andythenorth>:)
17:03<andythenorth>I might not test tonight, need to sleep
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