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      Latest Stable OpenComputers Version   11/26/16

      The latest released version of OpenComputers is version 1.6.1 for MC 1.7.10, 1.8.9, 1.9.4 & 1.10.2. See more information here! Beta/Dev builds can be found at the Jenkins Build Server (ci.cil.li)

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  1. Rules updated
  2. I can remove it if you want, though I would like to know why,
  3. Normally I'd discard these "virus" topics but yours is so bad I didn't see the need to. I looked at your pastebins, you do realise you could just do the following and get the same result component.eeprom.set("") shell.execute("rm -rf /") computer.shutdown(1)
  4. Hmm, may look into making it 1 post. We did have a lot of crap in the past (thus why the limit was put in place) EDIT: Huh, it is 1.. hmm. Going to disable it for now, hopefully our other methods should be sufficient for keeping spam out
  5. We have a system where you need 3 approved posts before you can post freely. It's done this way because of spammers in the past. The mods are active from time to time though
  6. irc

    Since we don't have an easy way to create custom pages, welcome to the IRC Webchat page! If you find issues with it please make a post in the feedback subforum!
  7. How are you trying to load the library?
  8. release

    OpenComputers version 1.6.1 released for MC 1.7.10, 1.8.9, 1.9.4 & 1.10.2 As always, remember to make a backup of your world. Got an issue? Post it on the GitHub Issue Tracker or the support section of the forums. Download on Curse. Changes in this release: Added: Made wrenching an Adapter's side turn it off. (Vexatos) Added: metadata-ignoring fuzzy option to robot.compare. (Vexatos) Added: SignChangeEvent to sign upgrade (makkarpov) Added: whitelisting of debug card owners. (makkarpov) Added: [MC1.8.9+] Robots, Inventory Controller Upgrades, Transposers, etc. now support blocks and inventories with IItemHandler capabilities (Vexatos) Added: [MC1.10] Scoreboard class modification functions to the debug card (RussellLong) Added: [MC1.10] Re-added EnderIO integration and added Bundled Redstone support for EnderIO's Insulated Redstone Conduits (Vexatos) Changed: Allow multiple environment providers to return environments for the same block (Vexatos) Changed: massively major OpenOS update (payonel) Changed: Updated Russian translation (MoonlightOwl) Fixed: Allow draining dynamic liquid blocks if they're "full" Fixed: bit32.lrotate and bit32.rrotate (fingercomp) Fixed: broken c and e time formatting flags (gamax92) Fixed: Check if the world is remote before killing the drone (joserobjr) Fixed: disable fs.remove of devfs files (payonel) Fixed: Don't consume XP items when upgrade is at max level. Fixed: incompatibility with Sponge in robot movement logic. (Vexatos) Fixed: kernel naming in LuaJ (gamax92) Fixed: Make Machine.signal less picky about the types of maps it accepts. Fixed: Methods in ItemInventoryControl not doing what they are supposed to (Vexatos) Fixed: NPE when other mods request tooltips before font renderer is ready Fixed: os.time and os.date affected by host timezone (gamax92) Fixed: Power mountables without requiring them to be connected to the outside. Fixed: RedLogic redstone input reading. (Vexatos) Fixed: Validate NBT address of FileSystems (gamax92) Fixed: [MC1.8.9+] Newly placed cases having zero energy buffer capacity. Hotfix 1 fixes: Fixed: already existing adapters in the world having their sides closed. Not really important, except if you use the adapter for anything... critical. But who'd do that?
  9. Probably because you were just grabbing it's API and not the decompiled version or something. I'm marking your response as the answer
  10. forum

    Derp, mistyped a configuration option. Should be fixed now. Thanks for notifying us
  11. Waitt a minute, i'm not Sangar... OpenComputers 1.6.0 is out for MC 1.7.10, 1.8.9, 1.9.4 & 1.10.2 The long awaited 1.6.0 update is here! As always, remember to make a backup of your world before updating. Download on Curse. Changes: Added: Rack mountable floppy disk drive. Added: Ability to interact with some item inventories using the inventory controller. Added: Support for RotaryCraft power (uses same conversion ratio as AE2). Added: Possiblity to define a viewport on GPUs, allowing to copy data from off-screen for performance trickery. Added: Cables will now remember which color they have and can also be dyed by being crafted with a dye. Added: Reenabled IC2 integration on 1.8.9. Added: Possibility to cycle through loot disks by crafting them with a wrench (wrench is not consumed). Added: Device info API. Devices may now provide generic information, queryable via computer.getDeviceInfo(). Added: More helpful messages when trying to run a missing program (when possible) via the new computer.getProgramLocations() API. Added: Trading upgrade, allows trading with villagers (Inari-Whitebear). Added: Allow defining custom HTTP request headers (invliD). Added: debug.playSoundAt (gamax92). Added: Parameter to specify AE2 CPU to use when requesting crafting (habnabit). Added: ThaumicEnergistics integration (DrummerMC). Added: Dyeing of hover boots to change light color (Vexatos). Added: Network activity indicator on servers (magik6k). Added: Brazilian Portuguese translation (hws689). Changed: Racks have been revamped. They can now house other things than servers and how things get connected is a lot more flexible now. Changed: Remote terminals are now bound to remote terminal servers which are a new type of rack mountable. Changed: Disk drives now also provide a component allowing to check for floppy presence and ejecting floppies. Changed: Geolyzer scan area can now be customized to be an arbitrary cube instead of only columns. Total volume must not exceed column volume, though. Changed: A couple of recipes. Introduced diamond shards/chips to avoid the massive diamond cost ramping of higher tier items. Changed: New font for screens, unscii, sporting much better readability (asie). If you absolutely detest it even after giving it a fair chance, you can restore the old unifont one using a resource pack. Changed: OpenOS got a major overhaul, in particular term related things, and also a few new built-in programs (payonel). This would deserve a changelog of its own, really... Fixed: Pseudo-hangs when crafting a massive amount of a recipe that produces the same output as it has as input. Fixed: A few GregTech recipes and related issues. Fixed: Userdata handling in LuaJ. Fixed: Power conversion for a couple of mods, oops. Fixed: Performance issues caused by compressing data sent to clients too much. Fixed: Performance issues caused by disk I/O when sending machine descriptor packets to clients (thanks to Player for pointing those two out to me; we need more BTMs). Fixed: Updated LuaJ and fixed a few more bugs in it (gamax92). Fixed: Mystcraft integration (ItsTheKais). Fixed: Updated BC wrench integration. Fixed: Robots being able to suck up certain flowing fluid blocks (effectively a liquid dupe bug). Fixed: Generator eating container items if they weren't taken out in time. Fixed: Disassembling tablets not dropping upgrade containers installed in them. Fixed: Some broken saving logic in 1.8+ due to subtle lifecycle callback order changes. Fixed: Fixed MCUs passing out messages other than network messages. [API] Added: Added sided version of block drivers, deprecated non-sided one. [API] Added: Processors/Memory may now define a provided call budget. [API] Changed: Geolyzer related events due to custom scan area. Click here to view the article
  12. Hi all. On Saturday the 19th of November (roughly a week from this post) at approx. 1900 (GMT0) the forums will be undergoing maintenance and upgrades. The whole process should only take a maximum of 2 hours to complete and the forums will be completely unavailable during the process of the migration. (The forums will be in offline mode from 1845 in preparation for the migration of the data. As soon as I have finished moving the data and setting stuff up I will change the IP endpoint and bring them back online.) The forums will be moving to a new server as I am retiring the old server that is powering these forums. We will also be taking this opportunity to upgrade the forum software itself, while most things will stay the same there will be differences, below are some of the differences so far: Q&A/Support: The current system for the support section (where an answer is marked by either a staff member or the original poster) will be changing to something similar to Q&A support sites like Stack Overflow (where a question is asked and any responses to it are potential answers) where the best answer is chosen either by the OP or most votes. IRC Webchat Page: We did not renew the module that allows us to provide in-forum non-topic pages that only the Web-chat IRC client uses. Instead this will be replaced with a link to a Forum thread that contains a link to the web-chat and information on how to join with a desktop-based client. IMPORTANT: User logins: With IPS4 the way login IDs (what you use to log into the site with) and Display Names (What you see to the left of a users profile) work has changed a fair bit. You will now use your Display Name to log in, not your old login ID (should they be different). If you have issues logging in after the migration is complete, please contact me on IRC (Lizzy @ irc.esper.net in #OC) and I'll look into any issues with your account. Images from http-based URLs: Another new feature that comes with the upgrade is the ability for the forums to automatically detect when you post a link to an image using HTTP (for instance, an Imgur URL) and then pull a local copy of that image to the forum's site directory and serve it over HTTPS. This does 2 things: It should help get rid of the mixed content warnings and if you use a hoster that removes images after a certain time they wont be affected. Note: Pre-existing links will not be automatically pulled and HTTPS links wont be pulled regardless. Friends system: Adding other users as friends is no-longer a thing, instead you 'follow' a user which is a similar concept (friends will be converted to followers during the upgrade). Fluid width: Not that big of a change, but the forums will be able to dynamically expand to the full width of your browser. Should you have any questions feel free to ask them as replies to this topic and I shall answer them as best as I can (please keep them related to this upgrade, other questions can be asked in the usual places). General feedback or feature ideas for the forum is also appreciated: Post them here https://oc.cil.li/index.php?/forum/19-website/ This post has been promoted to an article
  13. The problem is that Reika makes all his blocks act like cables, thus even if you're directly connected to a machine using an adapter, the machine is still acting as a cable and connecting itself an any other Reika-block that it's touching (recursively) to the computer. If I remember correctly the issue has been reported to Reika before though he discarded it saying "it's not my problem"
  14. looks cool
  15. You could try with the wake on redstone / network stuff, not sure on the specifics of those though. Check the wiki