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Version: 2.0r3.9
by: Randactyl, Baertram, ingeniousclown
LibFilters-2.0
Depends on the following libraries:
LibStub


This librray is not supported anymore. If you are still using this in your addon switch to LibFilters 3.0 NOW!

Attention - PLEASE READ
LibFilters-2.0 will be changing soon to LibFilters-3.0.
The needed library LibStub will be removed!
Please update your addons to NOT use LibFilters-2.0 anymore, instead use LibFilters-3.0!
Change your addons manifest TXT file to ##DependsOn: LibFilters-3.0 and be sure to update the call of your addon to LibFilters-3.0 global variable LibFilters3 instead of the old one (or LiBStub instanced one)!


Welcome to LibFilters-2.0!

The goal of LibFilters is to provide an easy interface for applying custom sorting rules to different lists of items found in the game. At the moment, you can filter the inventory, bank withdrawal, bank deposits, guild bank withdrawal, guild bank deposits, vendor buying, vendor selling, buyback, repair, guild store selling, mail sending, trading, smithing (refinement, deconstruction, improvement, research), alchemy creation, enchanting creation, enchanting extraction, fence selling, fence laundering, the craftbag, and the quickslot inventory.

To use LibFilters in your addon, you need to copy the LibStub (if you don't already have it from elsewhere) and LibFilters-2.0 folders from this directory to your addon's directory. In your manifest you need to load these files:

path\to\LibStub\LibStub.lua
path\to\LibFilters-2.0\LibFilters-2.0.lua
path\to\LibFilters-2.0\helper.lua
In your addon, you need to invoke LibFilters with LibStub and then initialize LibFilters:

local LibFilters = LibStub("LibFilters-2.0")
LibFilters:InitializeLibFilters()

This is the list of available filterType constants:
Code:
LF_INVENTORY                = 1
LF_BANK_WITHDRAW            = 2
LF_BANK_DEPOSIT             = 3
LF_GUILDBANK_WITHDRAW       = 4
LF_GUILDBANK_DEPOSIT        = 5
LF_VENDOR_BUY               = 6
LF_VENDOR_SELL              = 7
LF_VENDOR_BUYBACK           = 8
LF_VENDOR_REPAIR            = 9
LF_GUILDSTORE_BROWSE        = 10
LF_GUILDSTORE_SELL          = 11
LF_MAIL_SEND                = 12
LF_TRADE                    = 13
LF_SMITHING_REFINE          = 14
LF_SMITHING_CREATION        = 15
LF_SMITHING_DECONSTRUCT     = 16
LF_SMITHING_IMPROVEMENT     = 17
LF_SMITHING_RESEARCH        = 18
LF_ALCHEMY_CREATION         = 19
LF_ENCHANTING_CREATION      = 20
LF_ENCHANTING_EXTRACTION    = 21
LF_PROVISIONING_COOK        = 22
LF_PROVISIONING_BREW        = 23
LF_FENCE_SELL               = 24
LF_FENCE_LAUNDER            = 25
LF_CRAFTBAG                 = 26
LF_QUICKSLOT                = 27
LF_RETRAIT                  = 28
LF_HOUSE_BANK_WITHDRAW      = 29
LF_HOUSE_BANK_DEPOSIT       = 30
LF_JEWELRY_REFINE           = 31
LF_JEWELRY_CREATION         = 32
LF_JEWELRY_DECONSTRUCT      = 33
LF_JEWELRY_IMPROVEMENT      = 34
LF_JEWELRY_RESEARCH         = 35
LF_SMITHING_RESEARCH_DIALOG = 36
LF_JEWELRY_RESEARCH_DIALOG  = 37
LF_FILTER_MAX               = LF_JEWELRY_RESEARCH_DIALOG
The filterTypes will pass information from the bag&slotInde xor the inventorySlot to a filterCallback function registered to that filterType. For the slots, these are the keys available in the passed table:

Code:
inventory slot: age, bagId, condition, dataEntry, equipType, filterData,
  iconFile, inventory, isJunk, isPlayerLocked, itemInstanceId, itemType,
  launderPrice, locked, meetsUsageRequirement, name, quality, rawName,
  requiredLevel, searchData, sellPrice, slotControl, slotIndex,
  specializedItemType, stackCount, stackLaunderPrice, statValue, stolen,
  uniqueId

store slot: currencyQuantity1, currencyQuantity2, currencyType1,
  currencyType2, dataEntry, entryType, filterData, icon, isUnique,
  meetsRequirementsToBuy, meetsRequirementsToEquip, name, price, quality,
  questNameColor, sellPrice, slotIndex, stack, stackBuyPrice,
  stackBuyPriceCurrency1, stackBuyPriceCurrency2, statValue

buyback slot: icon, meetsRequirements, name, price, quality, slotIndex,
  stack, stackBuyPrice

repair slot: bagId, condition, dataEntry, icon, name, quality, repairCost,
  slotIndex, stackCount

quickslot slot: age, bagId, filterData, iconFile, locked,
  meetsUsageRequirement, name, quality, sellPrice, slotIndex, slotType,
  stackCount, stackSellPrice, stolen
LibFilters has the following functions available:

Code:
LibFilters:GetMaxFilter()
Returns the maximum filterType available

LibFilters:HookAdditionalFilter(filterType, inventory)
FilterType is one of the provided "LF_" prefixed constants. Inventory needs
  to be some construct which can make use of an additionalFilter to
  determine if an item is shown or not. Look in
  LibFilters:InitializeLibFilters and/or helper.lua for examples.

LibFilters:InitializeLibFilters()
Must be called after you've invoked LibFilters-2.0 with LibStub

LibFilters:GetCurrentFilterTypeForInventory(inventoryType)
Returns the filterType currently affecting the provided inventoryType.

LibFilters:GetFilterCallback(filterTag, filterType)
filterTag is the unique string that identifies your filter. filterType is
  the provided "LF_" prefixed constants your filter was registered for.
  Returns the filterCallback registered for the provided filterTag and
  filterType; returns nil otherwise.

LibFilters:IsFilterRegistered(filterTag, filterType)
filterTag is the unique string that identifies your filter. filterType is
  the provided "LF_" prefixed constants your filter was registered for.
  Returns true if there is a filter registered with the provided filterTag.
  Returns false if there is not a filter registered with the provided
  filterTag. filterType is optional. If a filterType is provided, will only
  return true if a filter is registered to that filterType under the
  provided filterTag.

LibFilters:RegisterFilter(filterTag, filterType, filterCallback)
filterTag is a unique string to identify your filter. filterType is one of
  the provided "LF_" prefixed constants. filterCallback is a function which
  accepts either one or two arguments; this is determined by the filterType.
  filterCallback should return true if an item is to be shown.
  filterCallback should return false if an item should not be shown.

LibFilters:RequestUpdate(filterType)
filterType is one of the provided "LF_" prefixed constants. Runs the updater
  appropriate for the provided filter type to pick up any filtering changes.

LibFilters:UnregisterFilter(filterTag, filterType)
filterTag is the unique string that identifies your filter. filterType the
  provided "LF_" prefixed constants your filter was registered for.
  filterType is optional. If a filterType is not provided, all filters
  registered with the provided filterTag will be unregistered.
v2.0 r3.9 - Baertram
-Fixed filters at crafting research popup dialog. The smithing research updater function will not be called for other ZO_ListDialog popups (enchant, charge, repair, ...) anymore.

v2.0 r3.8 - Baertram
- Added filters at crafting research popup dialog:
LF_SMITHING_RESEARCH_DIALOG = 36
LF_JEWELRY_RESEARCH_DIALOG = 37
LF_FILTER_MAX = LF_JEWELRY_RESEARCH_DIALOG
- updated minimum API version to 100025 (ESO 4.2 Murkmire)

v2.0 r3.7 - Baertram
- Fixed filters at jewelry crafting refine panel
- updated minimum API version to 100024 (ESO 4.1, Wolfhunter)

v2.0 r3.6 - Baertram
- added support for jewelry crafting
- updated minimum API version to 100023 (ESO 4.0, Summerset)

v2.0 r3.5 - Baertram
- added support for house bank
- updated minimum API version to 100022 (ESO 3.3.x, Dragon Bones)

v2.0 r3.3 - Randactyl
- added support for retrait stations with LF_RETRAIT
- updated research helper rules for locked and retraited items
- updated minimum API version to 100021 (ESO 3.2.x, Clockwork City)

v2.0 r3.2 - Randactyl, sirinsidiator
- fixed filtering for refining, deconstructing, and improvement
- updated helper function for filtering research

v2.0 r3.1 - Randactyl
- fixed filtering for alchemy, enchanting, refining, deconstructing, and improvement
- updated minimum API version to 100020 (ESO 3.1.x, Horns of the Reach)

v2.0 r3.0 - Randactyl, Baertram
- disabled test file
- fixed handling of Enchantment additional filter
- support API version 100018 (ESO 2.7)
- add versioning to helper functions (r3.0 is incompatible with previous revisions due to this change)
- known issue: see https://github.com/Randactyl/LibFilters-2.0/issues/3

v2.0r2.3 - merlight, votan, sirinsidiator
- SafeUpdateList optimization

v2.0r2.2 - Randactyl
- extended safe list update to all variations of object:UpdateList(...)

v2.0r2.1 - Randactyl, Sirinsidiator, Baertram
- fixed insecure "UseItem" error which occurred in specific situations. See http://www.esoui.com/forums/showpost.php?p=28829&postcount=9

v2.0r2 - Randactyl
- see description or README.md

v1.0r16.1 - Baertram
- corrected alchemy updater

v1.0r16 - Randactyl
- added LAF_ALCHEMY
- removed safety check before hooking BACKPACK_GUILD_BANK_LAYOUT_FRAGMENT

v1.0r15.2 - Randactyl
- fixed broken guild bank filters by hooking a new inventory fragment added in 2.1: BACKPACK_GUILD_BANK_LAYOUT_FRAGMENT

v1.0r15.1 - Randactyl
- reverted previous forceUpdate change
- addons are now responsible for calling RequestInventoryUpdate(filterType). See readme for details

v1.0r15 - Circonian
- added new forceUpdate parameter to RegisterFilter and UnregisterFilter. See readme for details

v1.0r14.1 - Randactyl
- reduced inventory update defer time to 10ms from 40ms
- made inventory update request function local (you shouldn't be using it right now anyway)

v1.0r14 - Randactyl
- added LAF_FENCE and LAF_LAUNDER for filtering at the new Fence NPC scenes
- removed LAF_ENCHANTING as an alias of LAF_ENCHANTING_EXTRACTION

v1.0r13 - Randactyl
- removed "version" variable that was mistakenly left in after debugging
- exposed internal function as "libFilters:HookAdditionalFilter(filterType, inventory)" in order to improve compatibility between libFilters addons and addons that create custom inventory fragments. (Thanks for the request, Baertram)

v1.0r12 - Randactyl
- Changed version to 12 from 11.2 to get around LibStub limitation. No code changes.

v1.0r11.2 - merlight and Baertram
- revised GetCurrentLAF() to be more reliable
- added LAF_IMPROVEMENT for completeness

v1.0r11 - merlight and Randactyl
- more polish from merlight
-> registering and unregistering filters now works very similarly to registering and unregistering for events.
-> replaced LAF_ENCHANTING and LAF_ENCHANTING2 with LAF_ENCHANTING_EXTRACTION and LAF_ENCHANTING_CREATION, respectively. LAF_ENCHANTING is included for this revision as an alias of LAF_ENCHANTING_EXTRACTION in order to keep a bit of backwards compatibility without breaking everything.
- added function libFilters:GetCurrentLAF() so you can access exactly which LAF is currently being used and apply filters appropriately (used in Advanced Filters)

v1.0r10 - merlight and Baertram
- major revision from merlight
- addition of second enchanting filter by Baertram

Huge thanks to all of the work done by Baertram, circonian, and merlight for this version of the library. You guys rock

v1.0r9 - Randactyl
- include update provided by eShinobu

v1.0r8.1 - Randactyl
- Fixed enchanting support so it does not touch the creation panel.

v1.0r8 - Randactyl
- Added filtering for enchanting extraction. Another special case had to be added because extraction doesn't follow the exact same pattern as normal deconstruction.


v1.0r7
-More init logic fixes. Everything should finally be sorted out thanks to ckaotik.
-Error message when registering filters is now much less misleading.


v1.0r6
-Another fix to the initialization logic. As a result, you NO LONGER need to call "libFilters:InitializeLibFilters()" in your add-on loaded function; libFilters is now lazily initialized.


v1.0r5
-Fixed the initialization logic. As a result, you now need to call "libFilters:InitializeLibFilters()" in your add-on loaded function.
-Updated the API version, just in case.


v1.0r4
-Minor change to how the "already registered" error message shows up. Should no longer complain about duplicates from the init.


v1.0r3
-Changed the version format
-Better support for multiple different versions existing; this should have also fixed the errors that popped up sometimes on a reload when you have multiple addons using libFilters.
-Shop filters should be a little more reliable
-Fixed libFilters:BagIdToLAF


v1.0.0b
-Fix for nil value error.


v1.0.0
-Initial release
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Thank you

Thank you so much ingen

Added to my list to review, your work is awesome!
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Do i need this now for my AdvancedFilters Addon?
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Originally Posted by Morwo
Do i need this now for my AdvancedFilters Addon?
Nope! Under normal circumstances, you shouldn't have to update the libraries an addon you use depends on.

Advanced Filters does not depend on any of the changes made in the latest version of libFilters, however the next time I update Advanced Filters it will include libFilters1.0r8 just so everything stays on the same page
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you are taklking about updates. i do not have this a yet.
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Let me put it this way: unless you're writing an addon, you don't need to worry about libFilters
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Bug of SetInventoryFilter

I am using "Advanced Filters" which is using this "Lib".
Thank you for the great add-on.

However, there is a bug.
Since processing of PLAYER_INVENTORY.inventories[xxx].additionalFilter has stopped by this "Lib", it cannot be used with other add-ons.

> [59] local function SetInventoryFilter( filterType )
...
> [67] if(PLAYER_INVENTORY and PLAYER_INVENTORY.appliedLayout) then
> [68] currentFilter = PLAYER_INVENTORY.appliedLayout.additionalFilter


Please correct this to the following code.

> [67] if(PLAYER_INVENTORY and PLAYER_INVENTORY.inventories[inventoryType]) then
> [68] currentFilter = PLAYER_INVENTORY.inventories[inventoryType].additionalFilter

Please correct. Thank you.
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Re: Bug of SetInventoryFilter

Originally Posted by eShinobu
I am using "Advanced Filters" which is using this "Lib".
Thank you for the great add-on.

However, there is a bug.
Since processing of PLAYER_INVENTORY.inventories[xxx].additionalFilter has stopped by this "Lib", it cannot be used with other add-ons.

Lua Code:
  1. local function SetInventoryFilter( filterType )
  2. ...
  3. if(PLAYER_INVENTORY and PLAYER_INVENTORY.appliedLayout) then
  4. currentFilter = PLAYER_INVENTORY.appliedLayout.additionalFilter


Please correct this to the following code.

Lua Code:
  1. if(PLAYER_INVENTORY and PLAYER_INVENTORY.inventories[inventoryType]) then
  2. currentFilter = PLAYER_INVENTORY.inventories[inventoryType].additionalFilter

Please correct. Thank you.
No problem, thanks for the suggestion!
I've made this change while testing all of my stuff on the PTS (I'll test on Live too). Once I'm sure everything is good, I'll push it out. If there's an issue I'll fix it and update libFilters when ESO 1.5.x gets to Live. Doesn't look like there should be a problem though
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Re: Re: Bug of SetInventoryFilter

Thank you for the change!
Another add-on was also able to use PLAYER_INVENTORY by this.

Thanks for you and libFilters.
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I'd like to make an improvement to how filterId works. Currently filterId -> filterType is a 1:1 mapping in libFilters. It could be changed to 1:N, making filterId more like a namespace, similar to how we use tags for events:
Lua Code:
  1. -- you can use different tags for different events
  2. EVENT_MANAGER:RegisterForEvent("FooAddonZoneChanged", EVENT_ZONE_CHANGED, ...)
  3. EVENT_MANAGER:RegisterForEvent("FooAddonPlayerActivated", EVENT_PLAYER_ACTIVATED, ...)
  4. -- or a common tag, works just as well
  5. EVENT_MANAGER:RegisterForEvent("FooAddon", EVENT_ZONE_CHANGED, ...)
  6. EVENT_MANAGER:RegisterForEvent("FooAddon", EVENT_PLAYER_ACTIVATED, ...)

Functions IfFilterRegistered() and UnregisterFilter() will need the additional filterType argument. Backward compatibility can simply be achieved by checking for any / unregistering all if filterType == nil.
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Thx for adding the custom fragment support!
I'll ask the developer of AwesomeGuildStore to add the library to his addon and fix the non working libFilters filters this way.
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Originally Posted by Baertram
Thx for adding the custom fragment support!
I'll ask the developer of AwesomeGuildStore to add the library to his addon and fix the non working libFilters filters this way.
I was just about to PM you, I already asked!
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Hey Randactyl,

I would like to have an update to libFilters so the new fence and launder backpacks can be used for the filters too.

I've send you a PM about it, including new source code lines for libFilters.
Would be cool if we can get this in soon.

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I'll just reply to your PM here.

I've actually been working on this today, as I noticed the filters weren't getting registered for the fence and launder fragments late last night.

There are new constants LAF_FENCE and LAF_LAUNDER in r14. Also, LAF_ENCHANTING has been removed as an alias for LAF_ENCHANTING_EXTRACTION. The latter should now always be used instead.\

libFilters is now on Github. In the future, if you'd like, you can submit pull requests for changes like this. You can also see any other progress that may have been made since the last release, though that wouldn't have helped today as I haven't pushed anything let alone even made commits locally

https://github.com/Randactyl/libFilters
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libFilters:RequestInventoryUpdate should be re-exposed. http://www.esoui.com/downloads/info6....html#comments is using it.

Now I finally remembered why it's really good having it exposed. You can register a filter once, but have the filter function check some toggles that by themselves don't need to re-register the filter - user clicks a button, add-on sets some internal variable and then requests an inventory refresh.
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Hi there,

I'm sad you pushed this update without notifying other addon authors using this library
Please make the function "libFilters:RequestInventoryUpdate" global again so FCO ItemSaver will work correct again.

I'm not at home this weekend and would be glad to talk about your needed changes and ideas after the weekend. But for now I'd like to keep the global "libFilters:RequestInventoryUpdate" function.
Imo, like merlight wrote, this is a good solution to just update some inventories.

Otherwise I'd have to unregister and re-register the filters with forceUpdate = true again just to refresh the inventories...
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