Oct 15 2016

EVE ShipInfo v2.0

Ships database and EFT fitting integration

A new release of the EVE ShipInfo WordPress plugin is available with the following changes:

  • Modified the bundled data files to be smaller
  • Fixed the memory issues by switching to custom database tables
  • Added an update checker and updater for the data files
  • Added support for ammo in EFT fittings
  • Fixed a number of bugs
  • Fixed options being set twice in the db
  • Added a ship detail view in the database reference screen

After this big update, I’m planning to resume a more regular update schedule. This update was long in the making mainly because of the big underlying changes for the data file conversion.

Dowload it via the offical plugin website, or upgrade via WordPress.

The screenshots gallery was also updated, with the following screenshots either modified or added:


Nov 30 2015

EVE ShipInfo v1.9

Ships database and EFT fitting integration

A new release of the EVE ShipInfo WordPress plugin is available with the following changes:

  • A new stylish theme for the ship info popup windows (preview here: Abaddon, Stratios)
  • Found a solution for the screenshots package being deleted with every upgrade \o/
  • A number of bugfixes

Dowload it via the offical plugin website, or upgrade via WordPress.


Nov 25 2015

EVE ShipInfo v1.8

EVE ShipInfo WordPress plugin

A new release of the EVE ShipInfo WordPress plugin is available with the following changes:

  • Data files for the Parallax expansion

Dowload it via the offical plugin website, or upgrade via WordPress.

Note: Upgrading via WordPress unfortunately deletes the screenshots package, so you will have to reinstall it afterwards. I am looking for ways to prevent this.


Sep 2 2015

EVE ShipInfo v1.6

EVE ShipInfo WordPress plugin

A new release of the EVE ShipInfo WordPress plugin is available. I spent quite some time polishing big chunks of the backend, as well as integrate a simple modules database. When I started improving the EFT fittings manager, I quickly realized that it needed to know at least into which slot which module goes – throwing my simplistic approach of just using EFT fit strings out the window. I do not regret making the effort though: having a small modules database opens up a lot of other possibilities down the line, and makes the whole tool more reliable.

Frontend-wise there is not much new in this release yet, but the next release I am already working on will focus on that, namely several frontend styles to choose from and more.

New in this version:

  • Galatea data files
  • Improved EFT fittings manager
  • Screenshots for the new ships

Dowload it via the offical plugin website, or upgrade via WordPress.

Note: Upgrading via WordPress unfortunately deletes the screenshots package, so you will have to reinstall it afterwards. I am looking for ways to prevent this.

P.S.: Check out this crazy fit: Unkillable lolfit Load it up in EFT, and see what it does.