Alpha 15 develop-2876

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Release[edit source]

Alpha 15 develop build 2876 was the fifth release of the Alpha 15 develop code base. It was released on March 07, 2016.

Patch Notes[edit source]

Patch notes are copied from the official Stonehearth development blog.

More bug fixes! And another step closer to releasing Alpha 15!

Here’s what you’ll find in this release:

  • Resource counts now update properly on template and building summary screens
  • Fix error on load involving ladders
  • Tweaks to pasture resources
  • Fallow fields no longer try to update the score service
  • Pastures now contribute to agriculture score
  • Update score correctly when entity is destroyed
  • Farmer field net worth based on crop net worth
  • Agriculture, buildings, and inventory are subcategories of net worth
  • Clarify the score UI, also show that raw resources do not (and have never) contributed to net worth
  • Handle point2 and point 3 maps in a more efficient way
  • Abandoned animals now de-spawn after a day
  • Fix bugs in grow-columns to roof
  • Do not attempt to calculate the area of a wall that has no area
  • Prevent broken items from contributing to score
  • Buildings with negative area have gotten into the game somehow! Negative area would result in NaN scores! Which is bad! Do not add nan Scores
  • Update building costs correctly!
  • Fix for nan values causing the UI to break because the numbers cause things to be invalid json
  • Fix up attributes components that had nan for one of their value
  • Make building ladders be part of job so that we can disable it for hearthling workers
  • Make max craftable not be larger than max for input
  • Activity strings are now guaranteed to fit in the UI
  • Fixes to animations and combat target tables on load
  • When clicking on minus count button in Craft Orders UI, if below minimum, we will wrap around to max possible number you could make based on your current resources
  • Fix for AI spinning in combat
  • Hearthlings build less scaffolding, and can build more complex structures