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Mostly non-functional changes #156

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slipher commented Feb 4, 2019

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slipher added some commits Jan 29, 2019

Replace 'long' with other integral types in various places
It's no good to use long since it has different meaning per OS.
Split FS_ComparePaks into 2 functions
One of them deletes paks with a mismatched checksum. The other returns
the list paks that need to be downloaded (encoded into a string for no
reason). Also raise an error if a file can't be deleted.

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illwieckz commented Feb 4, 2019

Quote from IRC:

<illwieckz> I wonder for what the MinimumDelay class was useful for. is it a kind of cron?
or does it just prevent to not do too early something that may be already done recently?
<perturbed`> the latter, i made it for preventing a log message from being printed too
many times, but then i made spammy log messages be automatically silinced so it was
no longer needed
<illwieckz> oh I see, great then
<illwieckz> so the com_missingFiles cvar was not used at all?
<perturbed`> no, and it would not be usable at all since there was no separator between
the names
<illwieckz> I see

I'm OK with what the PR claims to do but I don't have the brain ready enough to proofread the code at this time. So it LGTM if a second pair of eyes looks at it.

@slipher slipher merged commit be89425 into DaemonEngine:master Feb 9, 2019

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