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README.md

esx_doorlock

This is a door lock script for ESX, which is used to lock certain doors that shouldn't be accessable by normal citizens.

This script was originally developed by Darklandz, later modified by Miss_Behavin and others.

Features

  • Well optimized script
  • Supports mutliple jobs for each door

Download & Installation

Using fvm

fvm install --save --folder=esx esx-public/esx_doorlock

Using Git

cd resources
git clone https://github.com/ESX-PUBLIC/esx_doorlock [esx]/esx_doorlock

Manually

Installation

  • Add this to your server.cfg:
start esx_doorlock

For Developers

Developers may register their own doors via the esx_doorlock:registerDoors server event which expects a table of the door configuration to be appended to the door list. The following is an example of the layout of a table which could be appended.

	{
		textCoords = vector3(434.7, -982.0, 31.5),
		authorizedJobs = { 'police' },
		locked = false,
		distance = 2.5,
		doors = {
			{
				objName = 'v_ilev_ph_door01',
				objYaw = -90.0,
				objCoords = vector3(434.7, -980.6, 30.8)
			},

			{
				objName = 'v_ilev_ph_door002',
				objYaw = -90.0,
				objCoords = vector3(434.7, -983.2, 30.8)
			}
		}
	}

Legal

License

esx_doorlock - door locks for ESX

Copyright (C) 2015-2018 ElPumpo / Hawaii_Beach

This program Is free software: you can redistribute it And/Or modify it under the terms Of the GNU General Public License As published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 Of the License, Or (at your option) any later version.

This program Is distributed In the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty Of MERCHANTABILITY Or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License For more details.

You should have received a copy Of the GNU General Public License along with this program. If Not, see http://www.gnu.org/licenses/.

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