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movabletype | MovableType is a two player word game for Android | Game Engine library

 by   andrewpmsmith Java Version: Current License: No License

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movabletype is a Java library typically used in Gaming, Game Engine applications. movabletype has no bugs and it has high support. However movabletype has 16 vulnerabilities and it build file is not available. You can download it from GitHub.
MovableType is a two player word game for Android. It is based on the iPhone game LetterPress which is available on the iTunes store at https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/letterpress-word-game/id526619424?mt=8. The main difference is that both players use the same device, therefore it can be played without an internet connection.
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  • movabletype has a highly active ecosystem.
  • It has 12 star(s) with 7 fork(s). There are 2 watchers for this library.
  • It had no major release in the last 12 months.
  • There are 1 open issues and 4 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 131 days. There are no pull requests.
  • It has a positive sentiment in the developer community.
  • The latest version of movabletype is current.
movabletype Support
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quality kandi Quality

  • movabletype has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.
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securitySecurity

  • movabletype has 16 vulnerability issues reported (1 critical, 5 high, 10 medium, 0 low).
  • movabletype code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
  • There are 0 security hotspots that need review.
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  • movabletype does not have a standard license declared.
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  • Without a license, all rights are reserved, and you cannot use the library in your applications.
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  • movabletype releases are not available. You will need to build from source code and install.
  • movabletype has no build file. You will be need to create the build yourself to build the component from source.
  • movabletype saves you 1117 person hours of effort in developing the same functionality from scratch.
  • It has 2526 lines of code, 181 functions and 37 files.
  • It has medium code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.
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  • Initialize the game model
    • Makes the tile captures .
      • Handles a touch event .
        • Show a saved item
          • Adds words to the database .
            • Adds a word to the tree .
              • Animates the animation based on the specified time .
                • Serialize an object to a byte array
                  • Get all the registered game keys .
                    • Override this method to change the size of the text

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                      movabletype Key Features

                      MovableType is a two player word game for Android.

                      movabletype Examples and Code Snippets

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                      Multiple if conditions in Movable Type

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                      <mt:Var name="foo" value="bar">
                      <mt:Var name="foo1" value="bar1">
                      
                      <mt:If test="$foo eq 'bar' && $foo1 eq 'bar1'">true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      <mt:If test="$foo eq 'bar1' && $foo1 eq 'bar'">true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      
                      <mt:If test='"$foo$foo1" eq "barbar1"'>true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      <mt:If test='"$foo$foo1" eq "bar1bar"'>true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      
                      <mt:SetVarBlock name="meta1"><mt:Var name="foo"><mt:Var name="foo1"></mt:SetVarBlock>
                      <mt:If name="meta1" eq="barbar1">true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      <mt:If name="meta1" eq="bar1bar">true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      
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                      <mt:Var name="foo" value="bar">
                      <mt:Var name="foo1" value="bar1">
                      
                      <mt:If test="$foo eq 'bar' && $foo1 eq 'bar1'">true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      <mt:If test="$foo eq 'bar1' && $foo1 eq 'bar'">true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      
                      <mt:If test='"$foo$foo1" eq "barbar1"'>true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      <mt:If test='"$foo$foo1" eq "bar1bar"'>true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      
                      <mt:SetVarBlock name="meta1"><mt:Var name="foo"><mt:Var name="foo1"></mt:SetVarBlock>
                      <mt:If name="meta1" eq="barbar1">true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      <mt:If name="meta1" eq="bar1bar">true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      
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                      <mt:Var name="foo" value="bar">
                      <mt:Var name="foo1" value="bar1">
                      
                      <mt:If test="$foo eq 'bar' && $foo1 eq 'bar1'">true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      <mt:If test="$foo eq 'bar1' && $foo1 eq 'bar'">true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      
                      <mt:If test='"$foo$foo1" eq "barbar1"'>true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      <mt:If test='"$foo$foo1" eq "bar1bar"'>true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      
                      <mt:SetVarBlock name="meta1"><mt:Var name="foo"><mt:Var name="foo1"></mt:SetVarBlock>
                      <mt:If name="meta1" eq="barbar1">true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      <mt:If name="meta1" eq="bar1bar">true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      
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                      <mt:Var name="foo" value="bar">
                      <mt:Var name="foo1" value="bar1">
                      
                      <mt:If test="$foo eq 'bar' && $foo1 eq 'bar1'">true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      <mt:If test="$foo eq 'bar1' && $foo1 eq 'bar'">true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      
                      <mt:If test='"$foo$foo1" eq "barbar1"'>true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      <mt:If test='"$foo$foo1" eq "bar1bar"'>true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      
                      <mt:SetVarBlock name="meta1"><mt:Var name="foo"><mt:Var name="foo1"></mt:SetVarBlock>
                      <mt:If name="meta1" eq="barbar1">true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      <mt:If name="meta1" eq="bar1bar">true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      
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                      <mt:Var name="foo" value="bar">
                      <mt:Var name="foo1" value="bar1">
                      
                      <mt:If test="$foo eq 'bar' && $foo1 eq 'bar1'">true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      <mt:If test="$foo eq 'bar1' && $foo1 eq 'bar'">true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      
                      <mt:If test='"$foo$foo1" eq "barbar1"'>true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      <mt:If test='"$foo$foo1" eq "bar1bar"'>true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      
                      <mt:SetVarBlock name="meta1"><mt:Var name="foo"><mt:Var name="foo1"></mt:SetVarBlock>
                      <mt:If name="meta1" eq="barbar1">true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      <mt:If name="meta1" eq="bar1bar">true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      
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                      Community Discussions

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                      • Multiple if conditions in Movable Type
                      Trending Discussions on movabletype

                      QUESTION

                      Multiple if conditions in Movable Type

                      Asked 2018-Mar-22 at 06:25

                      I'm working on a blog project in Movable Type and I'm absolutely stuck trying to get multiple conditions in an if statement to work.

                      The end goal is something the equivalent of this:

                      <mt:SetVar name="foo" value="bar">
                      <mt:SetVar name="foo1" value="bar1">
                      <mt:If name="foo" eq="bar">
                          <mt:If name="foo1" eq="bar1">
                              <div>Foobar Hooray</div>
                          </mt:If>
                      </mt:If>
                      

                      I have tried as many of the usual combinations as I could think of, but is there one that I am missing? Or is this just not possible in MT?

                      Even the documentation doesn't reference multiple conditions. https://movabletype.org/documentation/appendices/tags/if.html

                      These are the attempts made (not in order of attempt) and all will show as true, even though the first condition is false:

                      <mt:If name="foo" eq="barf" && name="foo1" eq="bar1">
                      <mt:If (name="foo" eq="barf") && (name="foo1" eq="bar1")>
                      <mt:If name="foo" eq="barf" & name="foo1" eq="bar1">
                      <mt:If (name="foo" eq="barf") & (name="foo1" eq="bar1")>
                      <mt:If name="foo" eq="barf" AND name="foo1" eq="bar1">
                      <mt:If (name="foo" eq="barf") AND (name="foo1" eq="bar1")>
                      <mt:If name="foo" eq="barf" And name="foo1" eq="bar1">
                      <mt:If (name="foo" eq="barf") And (name="foo1" eq="bar1")>
                      <mt:If name="foo" eq="barf" + name="foo1" eq="bar1">
                      <mt:If (name="foo" eq="barf") + (name="foo1" eq="bar1")>
                      

                      ANSWER

                      Answered 2018-Mar-22 at 06:25

                      Your first example with nested conditionals is most commonly used in my experience, but there are a couple ways you can achieve multiple tests in a single condition block.

                      First, we set the variables as you did:

                      <mt:Var name="foo" value="bar">
                      <mt:Var name="foo1" value="bar1">
                      

                      The simplest test might be in Perl using the test attribute:

                      <mt:If test="$foo eq 'bar' && $foo1 eq 'bar1'">true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      <mt:If test="$foo eq 'bar1' && $foo1 eq 'bar'">true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      

                      Extra caution would be prudent when using Perl in templates, and doing so will also require the server to have installed the Perl module Safe.

                      That said, you could perhaps make that slightly easier to maintain if you have a large number of variables to test by relying on interpolation:

                      <mt:If test='"$foo$foo1" eq "barbar1"'>true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      <mt:If test='"$foo$foo1" eq "bar1bar"'>true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      

                      Or you can do something similar with normal template tags by first combining the variables (or not setting foo and foo1 in the first place, depending where their values come from):

                      <mt:SetVarBlock name="meta1"><mt:Var name="foo"><mt:Var name="foo1"></mt:SetVarBlock>
                      <mt:If name="meta1" eq="barbar1">true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      <mt:If name="meta1" eq="bar1bar">true<mt:Else>false</mt:If>
                      

                      The output of those tests should be:

                      true
                      false
                      true
                      false
                      true
                      false
                      

                      You should even be able to construct a SetVarBlock with each component variable on separate lines for readability with judicious use of modifiers like strip_linefeeds and trim.

                      It has been quite some time since I have written much Movable Type code, so there are probably other ways. MT (and Perl) is quite flexible, and usually There Is More Than One Way To Do It. Hope that gets you closer!

                      Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/49406858

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                      Vulnerabilities

                      Cross-site scripting vulnerability in Movable Type series (Movable Type 7 r.4606 (7.2.1) and earlier (Movable Type 7), Movable Type Advanced 7 r.4606 (7.2.1) and earlier (Movable Type Advanced 7), Movable Type for AWS 7 r.4606 (7.2.1) and earlier (Movable Type for AWS 7), Movable Type 6.5.3 and earlier (Movable Type 6.5), Movable Type Advanced 6.5.3 and earlier (Movable Type Advanced 6.5), Movable Type 6.3.11 and earlier (Movable Type 6.3), Movable Type Advanced 6.3.11 and earlier (Movable Type 6.3), Movable Type Premium 1.29 and earlier, and Movable Type Premium Advanced 1.29 and earlier) allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary script or HTML via unspecified vectors.
                      Cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerability in Movable Type series (Movable Type 7 r.4606 (7.2.1) and earlier (Movable Type 7), Movable Type Advanced 7 r.4606 (7.2.1) and earlier (Movable Type Advanced 7), Movable Type for AWS 7 r.4606 (7.2.1) and earlier (Movable Type for AWS 7), Movable Type 6.5.3 and earlier (Movable Type 6.5), Movable Type Advanced 6.5.3 and earlier (Movable Type Advanced 6.5), Movable Type 6.3.11 and earlier (Movable Type 6.3), Movable Type Advanced 6.3.11 and earlier (Movable Type 6.3), Movable Type Premium 1.29 and earlier, and Movable Type Premium Advanced 1.29 and earlier) allows remote attackers to hijack the authentication of administrators via unspecified vectors.
                      Movable Type series (Movable Type 7 r.4606 (7.2.1) and earlier (Movable Type 7), Movable Type Advanced 7 r.4606 (7.2.1) and earlier (Movable Type Advanced 7), Movable Type for AWS 7 r.4606 (7.2.1) and earlier (Movable Type for AWS 7), Movable Type 6.5.3 and earlier (Movable Type 6.5), Movable Type Advanced 6.5.3 and earlier (Movable Type Advanced 6.5), Movable Type 6.3.11 and earlier (Movable Type 6.3), Movable Type Advanced 6.3.11 and earlier (Movable Type 6.3), Movable Type Premium 1.29 and earlier, and Movable Type Premium Advanced 1.29 and earlier) allow remote authenticated attackers to upload arbitrary files and execute a php script via unspecified vectors.
                      HTML attribute value injection vulnerability in Movable Type series (Movable Type 7 r.4606 (7.2.1) and earlier (Movable Type 7), Movable Type Advanced 7 r.4606 (7.2.1) and earlier (Movable Type Advanced 7), Movable Type for AWS 7 r.4606 (7.2.1) and earlier (Movable Type for AWS 7), Movable Type 6.5.3 and earlier (Movable Type 6.5), Movable Type Advanced 6.5.3 and earlier (Movable Type Advanced 6.5), Movable Type 6.3.11 and earlier (Movable Type 6.3), Movable Type Advanced 6.3.11 and earlier (Movable Type 6.3), Movable Type Premium 1.29 and earlier, and Movable Type Premium Advanced 1.29 and earlier) allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary HTML attribute value via unspecified vectors.
                      Cross-site scripting vulnerability in Movable Type series (Movable Type 7 r.4603 and earlier (Movable Type 7), Movable Type 6.5.2 and earlier (Movable Type 6.5), Movable Type Advanced 7 r.4603 and earlier (Movable Type Advanced 7), Movable Type Advanced 6.5.2 and earlier (Movable Type Advanced 6.5), Movable Type Premium 1.26 and earlier (Movable Type Premium), and Movable Type Premium Advanced 1.26 and earlier (Movable Type Premium Advanced)) allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary web script or HTML in the block editor and the rich text editor via a specially crafted URL.
                      Open redirect vulnerability in Movable Type series Movable Type 7 r.4602 (7.1.3) and earlier (Movable Type 7), Movable Type 6.5.0 and 6.5.1 (Movable Type 6.5), Movable Type 6.3.9 and earlier (Movable Type 6.3.x, 6.2.x, 6.1.x, 6.0.x), Movable Type Advanced 7 r.4602 (7.1.3) and earlier (Movable Type 7), Movable Type Advanced 6.5.0 and 6.5.1 (Movable Type 6.5), Movable Type Advanced 6.3.9 and earlier (Movable Type 6.3.x, 6.2.x, 6.1.x, 6.0.x), Movable Type Premium 1.24 and earlier (Movable Type Premium), and Movable Type Premium (Advanced Edition) 1.24 and earlier (Movable Type Premium) allows remote attackers to redirect users to arbitrary web sites and conduct phishing attacks via a specially crafted URL.
                      Movable Type Pro, Open Source, and Advanced before 5.2.12 and Pro and Advanced 6.0.x before 6.0.7 does not properly use the Perl Storable::thaw function, which allows remote attackers to include and execute arbitrary local Perl files and possibly execute arbitrary code via unspecified vectors.
                      Multiple cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities in Movable Type (MT) before 3.34 allow remote attackers to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via comments that have (1) a malformed SGML numeric character reference with a '\0' (0x00) character in a javascript: URI or (2) an attribute in an element that lacks the '>' character at the end of the start tag, a different vulnerability than CVE-2007-0231.
                      Movable Type before 4.38, 5.0x before 5.07, and 5.1x before 5.13 allows remote attackers to take control of sessions via unspecified vectors related to the (1) commenting feature and (2) community script.
                      Multiple cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerabilities in Movable Type before 4.38, 5.0x before 5.07, and 5.1x before 5.13 allow remote attackers to hijack the authentication of arbitrary users for requests that modify data via the (1) commenting feature or (2) community script.
                      Unspecified vulnerability in Movable Type 4.x before 4.36 and 5.x before 5.05 allows remote attackers to read or modify data via unknown vectors.
                      Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in Movable Type 4.x before 4.36 and 5.x before 5.05 allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via unspecified vectors.
                      CVE-2016-5742 CRITICAL
                      SQL injection vulnerability in the XML-RPC interface in Movable Type Pro and Advanced 6.x before 6.1.3 and 6.2.x before 6.2.6 and Movable Type Open Source 5.2.13 and earlier allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary SQL commands via unspecified vectors.
                      Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in the Rich Text Editor in Movable Type 5.0x, 5.1x before 5.161, 5.2.x before 5.2.9, and 6.0.x before 6.0.1 allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via unspecified vectors.

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                      You can use movabletype like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the movabletype component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .

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