<!--quoteo(post=531974:date=Nov 20 2010, 02:58 PM:name=Arctides)--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (Arctides @ Nov 20 2010, 02:58 PM) <a href="index.php?act=findpost&pid=531974"></a></div><div class='quotemain'><!--quotec-->You could just let him use it so long as he credits the code to you, instead of the thief. After all, it's not like he shivved you or anything to get it (Though you seem to be acting like it). That and he's new to the hacking scene. ... Actually, scratch this, because I know this'll just go in one ear and out the other with you.<!--QuoteEnd--></div><!--QuoteEEnd--> Wow. Not only was that last bit totally unnecessary and completely uncalled for, but you obviously don't understand the concept of ownership. Megamix is a collaborative project; the code is not mine to give away as I please. If Stealth wanted other people using his homing attack code, he would have released it publicly with instructions on how to implement it in the game. He did not. End of. Besides that, even if it was my code to give away, I don't find it constructive to just give someone code without explaining how it works; you don't learn anything as a result, and all of your exploits from that point on are more often than not are going to rely entirely on the skill of others. Hacks using "open source" work usually end up being polluted by a complete lack of direction and the same exact features as other popular hacks. It becomes less flattering and more irritatingly bland. What I would be willing to do to someone who has shown competency in their field is explain how the logic works so they'd be able to code it themselves. I'm not holding peoples' hands, though, because it won't accomplish anything. Finally, I'd consider a joindate of February of 2009 (on SSRG) far from "new to the hacking scene." Please don't butt your head in on issues you know nothing about. All you did was make yourself look like an ass.