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  1. Follow the installation guide at https://trinitycore.atlassian.net/wiki/display/tc/Installation+Guide The guide explains how to properly set up the databases.
  2. Disable your anti-virus software temporarly and check if that is the reason of the "file is in use" errors. You want 0 failed.
  3. Yes, pick 5.6. Or MariaDB. Or anything else. There are a lot of setups that work. Make sure that you get the 64 bits version. About Python... no idea, check the MySQL installer documentation.
  4. If you did that as described in the wiki, then it will work. You must make sure that you select the C++ compilers (Common Tools for Visual Studio C++ 2015) in the Custom install step (Next, Next, Next won't work). Once you install VS 2015, you should use the CMake Visual Studio 14 2015 Win64 generator.
  5. [Probably very late.] Current supported build is 7.1.0.22995. Do not change the builds in the DB manually, only through the SQL updates (which should be enabled automatically).
  6. By reading Achievement_Criteria.dbc with https://github.com/tomrus88/dbcviewer or similar.
  7. @Sirius: you are linking with the wrong libmysql.lib. You need to change to the one that matches your compiling architecture (32 bits vs 64 bits). Change the CMake variable MYSQL_LIBRARY.
  8. Perhaps using revision_data.h https://github.com/TrinityCore/TrinityCore/blob/master/revision_data.h.in.cmake#L10
  9. I've been around few years and I never saw those spell tooltip strings documented.
  10. For Windows, AppVeyor builds pre-compiled TC for 64 bits https://ci.appveyor.com/project/DDuarte/trinitycore/branch/3.3.5/artifacts and https://ci.appveyor.com/project/DDuarte/trinitycore/branch/master/artifacts P.S Pinned and featured this post.
  11. A great tool to use when working with Trinity is "Finding in files" or basically being able to find uses of variables, names, etc in the code. If you search for "maxSuccessOpens" (current name of TYPE_CHEST Data5) you will find this comment: "Deprecated, pre 3.0 was used for mining nodes but since WotLK all mining nodes are usable once and grant all loot with a single use" and you will also see that it is never used.
  12. No, 3.3.5 does not have a bnetserver, it has authserver and worldserver. Do not mix DBs and executables of different branches.
  13. While at it, it would be great to have the code for the homepage in a Github repo where each commit gets deployed (a la github.io pages), so that issues like this can be fixed by "us". P.S The homepage can be hosted by Github pages with a custom domain.
  14. If you mean TC fixes from Cata and Draenor, most of them are already on current TDB. If you mean custom fixes, one of the few ways you to do that is manually fixing the SQL queries.
  15. TDB 720.00 & TDB 335.63 released.
  16. Yes, there is. https://github.com/TrinityCore/WowPacketParser
  17. The errors are in the small section at the bottom of the window you screenshotted. Scroll up.
  18. There are multiple open source sniffs for multiple wow builds. And worldserver can also create .pkt files (https://github.com/TrinityCore/TrinityCore/blob/3.3.5/src/server/worldserver/worldserver.conf.dist#L519) https://github.com/DrEhsan/Whiff https://github.com/Anubisss/SzimatSzatyor
  19. You can definitely do fine grained permissions. Check RBAC https://trinitycore.atlassian.net/wiki/display/tc/RBAC%3A+Role+based+Access+Control
  20. Nay

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