Hey Drow, I've been trying to use the fantasy map generator at donjon.bin.sh but I keep getting this error when it's generating:
Do you know of a work around?Quote:
Illegal division by zero at /home/drow/Sites/donjon/lib/world/image.pl line 94, line 20.
theodinspire: I never had that issue there...
Thanks for the font selection, drow! Although I think you didn't include the original one. :P
Also, remember my question about matching the sci-fi world generator's seed to the fantasy world generator's? I now ask the same thing about the system generator.
I create a world in the fantasy map generator, then use its seed in the sci-fi world generator; as per your saying, 25000 iterations in the latter make them match perfectly, but is a match also possible when a world is created in a random system?
I tried taking the seed from the world's page address ("donjon.bin.sh/scifi/world/?palette=Atlas&cmd=Create&name=Teme&pct_water=12&p ct_ice=23&seed=134345551&motif=SciFi") in a random system with a terrestrial planet and use it in the other two generators, but it didn't produce the same result. I also tried adding "iterations=25000", but either it's not the right command, or it has no effect.
Great work as always, by the way. :)
Found it. The correct syntax is iter=25000.
Kudos, drow. :)
One thing, though, since the distortion of the projection makes the use of hexagons problematic, why not provide an icosahedral option? A Travelleresque map style would fit the use of hexagons perfectly. If possible, with adjustable hex size, but it's not vital.
that's something i'd like to do, but haven't had time to take a proper whack at it yet.