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Re: Multitile depots

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Juanjo wrote: 10 Mar 2021 21:18 The binaries have been updated today. I think I fixed the reported problems and crashes.

I still haven't worked out proper names to differentiate the two depot types (the current ones/the bigger ones). "Normal depots"/"Advanced depots"? Or maybe "Depot"/"Advanced depot"?
Gadg8eer wrote: 10 Mar 2021 10:14 Did I misremember, or did someone say somewhere that this patch would be folded into trunk soon?
Sorry, but it is far from being a candidate for trunk inclusion. I posted about it in the forums because I need feedback from the players (bug hunting, suggestions...), which is really welcome.
Nice, I was waiting for fresh binaries, I’ll play a few games on it and let you know how I go.

As for naming, with things like acceleration model/and braking in JGR the wording is frequently ‘realistic’, I think that fits well for depots? Realistic Depots I think also helps to differentiate from drive through depots in JGR patch pack.
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Re: Multitile depots

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Just for the record, since years I'm using "longer depots" which are implemented by additional "waypoints", showing depot graphics, placed in front of the real depot:

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Re: Multitile depots

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Juanjo wrote: 10 Mar 2021 21:18 For big train depots, if you have a train with a length of 5 tiles, you have to build a depot platform of five tiles so it can leave the depot.
This and Aegir's thoughts on "realistic" raises an interesting question for me.
With larger maps, I have been building realistic trains with three or four engines pulling over 100 wagons. I think the maximum is 64 tiles.
That would be quite a length for even a large depot.
Reading your specification, would I need 100+ tiles ?
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Re: Multitile depots

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wallyweb wrote: 11 Mar 2021 13:44
Juanjo wrote: 10 Mar 2021 21:18 For big train depots, if you have a train with a length of 5 tiles, you have to build a depot platform of five tiles so it can leave the depot.
This and Aegir's thoughts on "realistic" raises an interesting question for me.
With larger maps, I have been building realistic trains with three or four engines pulling over 100 wagons. I think the maximum is 64 tiles.
That would be quite a length for even a large depot.
Reading your specification, would I need 100+ tiles ?
The "realistic" way to service a long freight train is to detach the locomotive(s) and send them to maintenance separately.
In real life it doesn't really make sense to for the locomotive(s) and all the wagons to have to fit in a single shed at the same time.
Actually doing that in game would be needlessly difficult though.

For passenger trains/MUs, it does make sense that the full train needs to fit in a shed at the same time, as to a first approximation these aren't typically uncoupled and are serviced as a complete unit.

In my own games I make liberal use of the through loading mode, and so don't have any platforms which are long enough for the longest trains I run to fully fit in at the same time.
(There is track either side for through loading to work, but that isn't necessarily straight or level as a depot would need to be).
All my depots are 4 tiles long as that seems a reasonable compromise between TARDIS cheating and physical placement constraints.
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Re: Multitile depots

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JGR wrote: 11 Mar 2021 17:45 The "realistic" way to service a long freight train is to detach the locomotive(s) and send them to maintenance separately.
I must try that with the shunting patch. Of course it wouldn't have multitile depots, but it should make for some interesting shunting yard activity.
In my own games I make liberal use of the through loading mode, and so don't have any platforms which are long enough for the longest trains I run to fully fit in at the same time.
That's what I use ... a 100 wagon train through loading it's way through a 4 or 5 tile platform.
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Re: Multitile depots

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Aegir wrote: 11 Mar 2021 11:48 Nice, I was waiting for fresh binaries, I’ll play a few games on it and let you know how I go.

As for naming, with things like acceleration model/and braking in JGR the wording is frequently ‘realistic’, I think that fits well for depots? Realistic Depots I think also helps to differentiate from drive through depots in JGR patch pack.
The problem I see with "realistic" is that they are not fully realistic. You can also build a lot of waggons in just a 1-tile depot, which unfortunately isn't realistic. They are more realistic than the default depots, but not enough to be named realistic.

And thanks for testing it so thoroughly. Remember that savegames made with this version aren't compatible with any other version of OpenTTD.
Unfortunately, I still have many changes and ideas to test, so it is not the last version at all.

wallyweb wrote: 10 Mar 2021 23:57 "Extended" can define several things such as "size" and "functionality".
kamnet wrote: 11 Mar 2021 00:54 Standard Depot, Enhanced Depot.
Thanks. Both enhanced and extended are good ideas for naming them. For default depots, just "depot" or "standard depot" could do.
Moreover, now I am toying with the idea of joining under the same depot the "standard depots" and the "enhanced" ones, which could make the choice of a name even more difficult. I will think more about it.

michael blunck wrote: 11 Mar 2021 13:31 Just for the record, since years I'm using "longer depots" which are implemented by additional "waypoints", showing depot graphics, placed in front of the real depot:

 viewtopic.php?p=1191359#p1191359
The idea of using waypoints with depot graphics looks really great. But I am trying to achieve something different with this proposal. Moreover, I like that there are so many graphics for depot platforms already made by you and the community.

wallyweb wrote: 11 Mar 2021 13:44 With larger maps, I have been building realistic trains with three or four engines pulling over 100 wagons. I think the maximum is 64 tiles.
That would be quite a length for even a large depot.
Reading your specification, would I need 100+ tiles ?
No, you wouldn't need a 100+ tiles depot platform. If the train is 64-tiles long (regardless of how many wagons it has), you will only need a 64-tile long platform. You can try it with the binaries provided.

By the way, thanks to your question I found 2 bugs, one of them being that now you can only build platforms up to a length of 63 tiles and that building long trains doesn't always show all the vehicles properly. It doesn't crash the game fortunately.

JGR wrote: 11 Mar 2021 17:45 The "realistic" way to service a long freight train is to detach the locomotive(s) and send them to maintenance separately.
In real life it doesn't really make sense to for the locomotive(s) and all the wagons to have to fit in a single shed at the same time.
Actually doing that in game would be needlessly difficult though.

For passenger trains/MUs, it does make sense that the full train needs to fit in a shed at the same time, as to a first approximation these aren't typically uncoupled and are serviced as a complete unit.

In my own games I make liberal use of the through loading mode, and so don't have any platforms which are long enough for the longest trains I run to fully fit in at the same time.
(There is track either side for through loading to work, but that isn't necessarily straight or level as a depot would need to be).
All my depots are 4 tiles long as that seems a reasonable compromise between TARDIS cheating and physical placement constraints.
My proposal also tries to tackle the black hole effect of depots and the addition of physical constraints, but in a different way.


Another question that arises from the current proposal is about hangars:
Currently, airports with two hangars allow the user to open one hangar window for each hangar. The players can decide if they buy the aircraft in one hangar or the other.
With the proposal, only one hangar window can be opened per airport (you see all aircraft in all the hangars of the airport in the same window). If the players buy a new aircraft, if is built always in the same hangar. Is this acceptable from the players' point of view? It is possible that newly built aircraft is always built in the hangar with less vehicles inside. Or I could even replicate the current behavior as well. But I am not sure which is better for players.
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Re: Multitile depots

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Juanjo wrote: 11 Mar 2021 21:42
Aegir wrote: 11 Mar 2021 11:48 Nice, I was waiting for fresh binaries, I’ll play a few games on it and let you know how I go.

As for naming, with things like acceleration model/and braking in JGR the wording is frequently ‘realistic’, I think that fits well for depots? Realistic Depots I think also helps to differentiate from drive through depots in JGR patch pack.
The problem I see with "realistic" is that they are not fully realistic. You can also build a lot of waggons in just a 1-tile depot, which unfortunately isn't realistic. They are more realistic than the default depots, but not enough to be named realistic.

And thanks for testing it so thoroughly. Remember that savegames made with this version aren't compatible with any other version of OpenTTD.
Unfortunately, I still have many changes and ideas to test, so it is not the last version at all.
That's fine, I tend to play really short snappy games (short attention span), and I usually play on JGR. Might be worth raising a PR with him for his branch? Would certainly get a *lot* more people testing the feature if he's interested in including it.

I mean, as far as names; it's a lot more 'realistic' than anything we have for depots at the moment. Still feels like a valid description to me.
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Re: Multitile depots

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No bueno! 3x6 depot, three 6tile long trains from Ironhorse, three different crashes. Now, one interesting detail, I stuffed up and built the depot as 3x5 and then expanded it to 3x6 after the first failed launch. I'll go back to this save and trim the trains down to 5tiles long and try again.

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Re: Multitile depots

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And here's what happened when trimming one of the locos down, instant crash at the same line, also, here's the OpenTTD Crash report:

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*** OpenTTD Crash Report ***

Crash at: Fri Mar 12 06:18:12 2021
In game date: 1930-10-23 (35)

Crash reason:
 Exception: E1212012
 Location:  00007FFE77D7D759
 Message:   Assertion failed at line 293 of ..\src\train_placement.cpp: IsBigRailDepotTile(t->tile)

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 Build date: Mar 10 2021 20:22:44

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AI Configuration (local: 0) (current: 0):
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 GS: Bee Reward (v600006)

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[00] KERNELBASE           0x00007FFE77D7D759 RaiseException + 105
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[02] openttd              0x00007FF79DD40E28
[03] openttd              0x00007FF79DB0350F
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[22] KERNEL32             0x00007FFE78F37034 BaseThreadInitThunk + 20
[23] ntdll                0x00007FFE7A3FD241 RtlUserThreadStart + 33

*** End of additional info ***
Lemme know when you get it sorted and I'll beat on it again :D
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Re: Multitile depots

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Aegir wrote: 12 Mar 2021 06:21 Message: Assertion failed at line 293 of ..\src\train_placement.cpp: IsBigRailDepotTile(t->tile)
...
Lemme know when you get it sorted and I'll beat on it again :D
I fixed the problem you reported and some other ones.

Moreover, now you can join standard and enhanced depots as well. This change is experimental, but I think removing the restriction shouldn't cause too many problems.

I won't ask for the binaries to be updated this time, but you can find the updated code in GitHub.
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Re: Multitile depots

Post by Aegir »

Juanjo wrote: 13 Mar 2021 20:57
Aegir wrote: 12 Mar 2021 06:21 Message: Assertion failed at line 293 of ..\src\train_placement.cpp: IsBigRailDepotTile(t->tile)
...
Lemme know when you get it sorted and I'll beat on it again :D
I fixed the problem you reported and some other ones.

Moreover, now you can join standard and enhanced depots as well. This change is experimental, but I think removing the restriction shouldn't cause too many problems.

I won't ask for the binaries to be updated this time, but you can find the updated code in GitHub.
Got it, I do need to sort out a new windows build environment here at some point.

Edit: Spoke to TrueBrain about windows/compiling nonsense and he said binaries is literally a single button push for him to spit out and you can bug him any time :-).
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