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-The VilloNanny executable is packaged into the "VilloNanny.xxx.bin.zip" file (where xxx is the version number) that can be found on the SourceForge [[http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=222715|download page]].+The VilloNanny executable is packaged into the "VilloNanny.xxx.bin.zip" file (where xxx is the version number) that can be found on the [[:download|download page]].
If you want to modify or study the program you can also download the source files, packaged into the "VilloNanny.xxx.src.zip" archive or downloaded from the sourceforge CVS repository. If you want to modify or study the program you can also download the source files, packaged into the "VilloNanny.xxx.src.zip" archive or downloaded from the sourceforge CVS repository.
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===== Prerequisites ===== ===== Prerequisites =====
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We don't have a Mac so we don't know what we are talking about, but VilloNanny should work on a mac as well. You might encounter some initial setup problems though. If you can't run it, please read the We don't have a Mac so we don't know what we are talking about, but VilloNanny should work on a mac as well. You might encounter some initial setup problems though. If you can't run it, please read the
[[http://sourceforge.net/forum/?group_id=222715|Forum]] and eventually ask for help there. [[http://sourceforge.net/forum/?group_id=222715|Forum]] and eventually ask for help there.
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===== Configuration ===== ===== Configuration =====
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     </proxy>      </proxy>
     <server desc="Travian comx" enabled="true" language="en"      <server desc="Travian comx" enabled="true" language="en"
-             tribe="romans" version="v35b">+             tribe="romans" version="v35c">
        <loginUrl>http://speed.travian.com</loginUrl>         <loginUrl>http://speed.travian.com</loginUrl>
        <user>myuser</user>         <user>myuser</user>
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</proxy> </proxy>
</code> </code>
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==== server ==== ==== server ====
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    * desc = the server description, can be anything you want     * desc = the server description, can be anything you want
-    * language = the server [[languages:language code]], can be "en" for american english, "it" for italian and "bz" for brazilian portuguese+    * language = the server [[languages|language code]], can be "en" for american english, "it" for italian and "bz" for brazilian portuguese
    * enabled = the server on-off switch, "true" to enable this server or "false" to skip it     * enabled = the server on-off switch, "true" to enable this server or "false" to skip it
-    * constructionQueues = the number of construction queues in this account. Usually it is "1" for Gauls and Teutons and "2" for Romans, but can be different when using Gold points or Travian Plus+    * version = the "codename" of the server version. Once in a while the Travian developers create a new version of the game, and VilloNanny must be told which version it should expect. At the time of writing, the most common version is "v35c"
    * tribe = the account tribe, in the language of the server     * tribe = the account tribe, in the language of the server
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**village**: there should be one "village" tag for each village in this account. The "desc" and "enabled" attributes are similar to the ones defined on the server. **village**: there should be one "village" tag for each village in this account. The "desc" and "enabled" attributes are similar to the ones defined on the server.
 +The "uid" attribute is a "Unique IDentifier" that is needed to identify the village node in the configuration. It can be any alphanumeric string and it must be unique, so there shouldn't be another village with the same uid. See [[.:strategies:index|Strategies]] for a better description.
Inside each village tag there are other nested tags: Inside each village tag there are other nested tags:
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**url**: this is the internet address of the village. You must copy this value from the browser "address" box after displaying the village initial page, the one showing all fields (<html><a href="/img/ExampleVillageUrl.gif">see example</a></html>). If you have more than one village, the address should have a number at the end, like: http://speed.travian.com/dorf1.php?newdid=148361 **url**: this is the internet address of the village. You must copy this value from the browser "address" box after displaying the village initial page, the one showing all fields (<html><a href="/img/ExampleVillageUrl.gif">see example</a></html>). If you have more than one village, the address should have a number at the end, like: http://speed.travian.com/dorf1.php?newdid=148361
-**strategy**: each village can contain one or more strategy tags. Each strategy has a different set of configuration options, so you should check the [[.:strategies:strategy documentation]]. The first default strategy "FieldGrowth" will make your fields grow evenly. It doesn't need to be configured further. The second default strategy "GrowItem" will grow the main building to level 10. You can add more "item" tags inside the GrowItem strategy.+**strategy**: each village can contain one or more strategy tags. Each strategy has a different set of configuration options, so you should check the [[.:strategies:index|strategy documentation]]. The first default strategy "FieldGrowth" will make your fields grow evenly. It doesn't need to be configured further. The second default strategy "GrowItem" will grow the main building to level 10. You can add more "item" tags inside the GrowItem strategy.
===== Hot Reloading ===== ===== Hot Reloading =====
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For further help, go to the <html><a href="/forum">forums</a></html>. For further help, go to the <html><a href="/forum">forums</a></html>.
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