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WPN and Gateway should be split #50

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Sembiance opened this Issue Aug 2, 2015 · 2 comments

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Sembiance commented Aug 2, 2015

WPN and Gateway were two separate programs, despite magiccards.info combining them into one. Yes, WPN replaced Gateway, but they are not the same program and right now as they are combined there is no way to determine which set each card is from as the years overlap.

So I should manually figure out which ones were part of which and separate them into pWPN and pGTW

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jenjia Aug 20, 2015

Since I also use magiccards.info to construct my database of images, therefore they are all with code pWPN. Could you share how did you separate them?

jenjia commented Aug 20, 2015

Since I also use magiccards.info to construct my database of images, therefore they are all with code pWPN. Could you share how did you separate them?

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The cards on magiccards.info are sorted correctly by release date. So cards numbered 20 or less are Gateway and those numbered 21 or higher are from WPN.

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Sembiance commented Aug 20, 2015

The cards on magiccards.info are sorted correctly by release date. So cards numbered 20 or less are Gateway and those numbered 21 or higher are from WPN.

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