Since the release of SunwellCore, more and more Wrath of The Lich King private servers are considering to migrate from TrinityCore 3.3.5 to a SunwellCore-based solution. This article will introduce the key differences between TrinityCore (branch 3.3.5) and AzerothCore (the open source SunwellCore-based project). Continue reading
New implementation of Blink
A new PR for TrinityCore authored by kvipka introduced several improvements to the Blink mage spell:
- blink in abyss
- blink by path ( rechecking each step )
- where player can walk – blink will available there
- implemented check on dynamic objects ( locked doors, etc… )
- implemented total path of blink
TrinityCore 6.x vs 3.3.5 branch usage
The 6.x branch of TrinityCore has been created almost 11 months ago and according to the TrinityCore forum download counter, the 3.3.5 is still the most used branch by the TrinityCore community.
In fact, all of the download counters (week, month and year) are showing that the 3.3.5 database has (the more or less) twice of the downloads of the 6.x one.
PvPstats for AzerothCore, CMaNGOS and TrinityCore
AzerothCore, CMaNGOS, and TrinityCore have a great feature that retail hasn’t, a true PvP statistical system.
PvPstats is a tool written by Shin, released under the GNU-AGPL3 license, that allows to store and display data about Battleground scores.
It consists of two parts: a core modification and a web application.
Core-part of PvPstats
TrinityCore removes 4.3.4 branch
TrinityCore goes forward with its plan of focusing the development on the 6.x branch by deleting the 4.3.4 branch.
Now there are two official branches, the stable 3.3.5 and the newest 6.x.
The 4.3.4 branch was not stable nor new, but the deletion of it caused malcontent and led to the creation of a separated repository at GitLab which aims to continue the development of the 4.3.4 game version. Behind it there are some TrinityCore DB developers:
The DB releases for 4.3.4 will be published in another repository located at GitHub: