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http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Project:AboutImportant: The majority of this wiki's content (like SL itself) is Resident-created and while it may be helpful, we can't vouch for its accuracy

It's a wiki.  It's the best documentation there is.  It's maintained by residents.

Those residents may well be able to help, even if there's not published reference by date.

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2 hours ago, John445 Bachman said:

Sorry is this has been asked, is there is listing of scripts in reverse order, i.e. Text used to label the sit action in the pie menu: llSetSitText?

I don't quite understand your question, but the wiki is still up-to-date and accurate.

http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Category:LSL_Functions

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I think the question was referring to the older wiki (non-SL) which had a list of library functions, then another list of areas of activity with the corresponding library function against it. The intention seemed to be "I want to do A,B & C to JKM", "Oh right, you want llDoABCtoJKM"

The particular wiki has been gone for ages now but as I recall it only listed user-written library functions, not the Linden ones.

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30 minutes ago, Profaitchikenz Haiku said:

I think the question was referring to the older wiki (non-SL) which had a list of library functions, then another list of areas of activity with the corresponding library function against it. The intention seemed to be "I want to do A,B & C to JKM", "Oh right, you want llDoABCtoJKM"

The particular wiki has been gone for ages now but as I recall it only listed user-written library functions, not the Linden ones.

http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Category:LSL_User-Defined_Functions
(And from that page) http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Combined_Library

It could also be that @John445 Bachman is simply asking for a list of all the built-in commands with a short plain-English description of what it does.

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The wiki in question was not on the LSL Portal, I can't remember the URL or who hosted it, and I don't want to stamp on anybody's feet with claims about it being better/nicer, let's just say it had less white-space and consequently the pages were more densely-packed. And it did have a two-way table which I found extremely useful

24 minutes ago, Wulfie Reanimator said:

It could also be that @John445 Bachman is simply asking for a list of all the built-in commands with a short plain-English description of what it does.

Yes. One would be quite a nice addition to the portal..

 

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a short description of each LSL function, type, event, etc is in the viewer code editor hover tooltip.

where the tooltip description text is stored tho I dunno

maybe the texts could be extracted and put on a wiki page as a simple table, similar to the debug settings page

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30 minutes ago, Mollymews said:

where the description text is stored tho I dunno

On Linux they are in keywords.ini which is in the app-setting folder, but Windows will either have them in a similar folder in the Program Files level, or hide them in the appData roaming or local folders for the user..

 

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14 minutes ago, Profaitchikenz Haiku said:

On Linux they are in keywords.ini which is in the app-setting folder, but Windows will either have them in a similar folder in the Program Files level, or hide them in the appData roaming or local folders for the user..

 

thanks, i found it in Windows folder C:\Program Files\SecondLifeViewer\app_settings

seems the LSL language texts are in file: keywords.ini

and the library function texts are in file: keywords_lsl_default.xml

maybe somebody with wiki edit privileges and a bit of spare time might be able to pull it all out and publish it on the wiki

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