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How to port the heroprotocol to Python 3

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Let me start with saying that I’m not super experienced with Python yet but I’m learning gradually. Can you please assist when I am trying to port the heroprotocol to Python 3? I installed the required library and when I try to run header = protocol.decode_replay_header(mpq.header['user_data_header']['content']) I get this error: TypeError: ord() expected string of length 1, but int found. The error says that it’s in the file on the row 69. Just to clarify, I am using latest Anaconda release. Thanks for any help.

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  • State:closed
  • Created 6 years ago
  • Comments:17 (2 by maintainers)

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regnercommented, Nov 23, 2017

@Joko013 FYI you can put ``` around multiline code to make it more readable on GH:

for event in (events for events in tracker_events if events['_event'] == 'NNet.Replay.Tracker.SUnitDiedEvent'):
    for tr_event in (events2 for events2 in tracker_events2 if events2['_event'] == 'NNet.Replay.Tracker.SUnitBornEvent'):
        if event['m_unitTagIndex'] == tr_event['m_unitTagIndex'] and event['m_unitTagRecycle'] == tr_event['m_unitTagRecycle']:
            print tr_event['m_unitTypeName']

Also you you specify a language after the first ``` GH will style the code accordingly.

Agilhardtcommented, Apr 20, 2020

Fixed in the next update

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