SLIC-Reference : ChangeGlobalRegard
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SLIC-Reference : : ChangeGlobalRegard  

Arguments: player, delta, explain_id[, duration] Type: void

Change the players global regard by delta

Changes all players' regard for the player by delta. explain_id is a string id from dip2_str.txt (REGARD_EVENT_*), duration in turns is optional.

Source:

SFN_ERROR Slic_ChangeGlobalRegard::Call(SlicArgList *args)
{
	if (args->Count() < 3)
		return SFN_ERROR_NUM_ARGS;

	sint32 player;
	if(!args->GetPlayer(0, player))
		return SFN_ERROR_TYPE_ARGS;

	Assert(player > 0);
	Assert(player < k_MAX_PLAYERS);

	sint32 delta;
	if(!args->GetInt(1, delta))
		return SFN_ERROR_TYPE_ARGS;

	StringId explain;
	if(!args->GetStringId(2, explain))
		return SFN_ERROR_TYPE_ARGS;

	sint32 duration;
	if(!args->GetInt(3, duration))
		duration = -1;

	for (int i = 0; i < k_MAX_PLAYERS; i++)
	{
		if ( (g_player[i]) && (i != player) )
		{
			Diplomat::GetDiplomat(i).LogRegardEvent( 
						player, 
						delta, 
						REGARD_EVENT_SCENARIO, 
						explain,
						static_cast(duration));
		}
	}

	return SFN_ERROR_OK;

}

Information last updated by BureauBert on 23.11.2010

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