number. This was inspired by a couple of functions in the TWT_Zombies code that GoPostal released
with his excellent DM-ATypicalMall map.
The code builds a list of possible spawnpoints for the pawns like this:
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for (N = Level.NavigationPointList; N != NONE; N = N.NextNavigationPoint)
if ((N.IsA('PathNode') || N.IsA('SpawnPoint')) && !N.Region.Zone.bWaterZone)
if (NavNodeCount <= 5000)
PNodes[NavNodeCount] = N;
N.bPlayerOnly = False;
The maximum value hardcoded here of 5000 seems awfully high. Function logs the number of spawnpoints if finds right
after the above code executes. Don't recall ever seeing it get over 1000, or even close to it during testing.
(In any gametype, any map, even huge SP maps....)
I want to have the maximum set a bit above whatever the maximum number that would be expected, but hate
to leave it as is, if the array is being defined at 5-10x the size it needs to be....
Anybody got any idea or educated guess on what that value might be? (Mr.Loathsome is not a mapper...... )