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  1. Love it!
  2. Cool.
  3. Well, the error says the syntax is invalid, and it is. If you want to execute the message, then you need to do something like this: load(message1)() This loads the code and compiles it, then the empty parenthesis afterwards executes it.
  4. OpenKVS is a basic Key-Value store for OpenComputers, based off of the Tincan library. API: kvs.set(key, value) -- Sets a key-value pair. Returns the set value kvs.get(key) -- Gets the value for the specified key. Returns that value kvs.delete(key) -- Deletes the specified key-value pair. Returns nil kvs.exists(key) -- Returns true if the specified key exists. kvs.decr(key, amount) -- Decrements the specified numeric key by the specified amount, or 1 if not specified. kvs.incr(key, amount) -- Increments the specified numeric key by the specified amount, or 1 if not specified. kvs.load(file) -- Loads the specified file into the store kvs.save(file) -- Saves the store into the specified file Download: wget -f https://github.com/BrisingrAerowing/OC-Programs/raw/master/openkvs/openkvs.lua /lib/openkvs.lua
  5. Since you say the chest is on top of the transposer, you should use sides.top, not sides.south.
  6. There is an Addon mod for that: OpenPrinter It has printer/scanner block. EDIT: No images AFAIK.
  7. I'll have to get my base set up and a OC computer configured first. I have a lot of work to do on my base still (it is a large underground hidden bunker).
  8. How about adding some charts? I would do so myself if I knew how to do GUI programming in OpenComputers. I may still try and do that as an extension to this library.
  9. I didn't even notice that method! :facepalm: Thanks!
  10. Is it possible to create and send custom events? I would like to do so in my proximity door daemon so that people can act on allowed or denied entities (like triggering a lockdown and alarm for an intruder).
  11. I've build a daemon based on this, allowing the computer/server to also run other things. Thanks for posting this, though. It is quite cool, and I never would have built mine if this wasn't here.
  12. Cool!
  13. I'll definitely be using this in my massive underground bunker project (along with a lot of other things). I still have to get the initial construction done, though. Building twelve floors underground is time consuming, even with WorldEdit.
  14. This is quite cool. I used it as an example for how to implement services for my Proximity Door Daemon program. It would have taken much longer otherwise.
  15. This program is a service/daemon that automatically opens doors based on input from motion sensors. Features: Any arbitrary number of doors, each with its own configuration Events on entity allowed/denied Logging of access attempts Plugin support Installation: wget -f https://github.com/BrisingrAerowing/OC-Programs/raw/master/gryphonlib/gryphonlib.lua /lib/gryphonlib.lua wget -f https://github.com/BrisingrAerowing/OC-Programs/raw/master/inifile/inifile.lua /lib/inifile.lua mkdir /etc/proxdoor.d wget -f https://github.com/BrisingrAerowing/OC-Programs/raw/master/proxdoord/proxdoord.lua /etc/rc.d/proxdoord.lua wget -f https://github.com/BrisingrAerowing/OC-Programs/raw/master/proxdoord/proxdoor.cfg /etc/proxdoor.cfg wget -f https://github.com/BrisingrAerowing/OC-Programs/raw/master/proxdoord/proxdoor.d/example.cfg.noload /etc/proxdoor.d/example.config.noload mkdir /lib/proxdoor/plugins wget -f https://github.com/BrisingrAerowing/OC-Programs/raw/master/proxdoord/plugins/example_plugin.lua /lib/proxdoor/plugins/example_plugin.lua The last two files are an example door configuration and an example plugin. Configuration file outline: Main Configuration File: [general] config_dir = /etc/proxdoor.d # Door Configuration Directory plugin_dir = /lib/proxdoor/plugins # Plugin directory event_on_entity_denied = true # Fire an event (proxdoor_access) on denying an entity event_on_entity_allowed = true # Fire an event (proxdoor_access) on allowing an entity [logging] log_file_path = /var/log/proxdoord # The directory log files are written to general_log_file_name = general.log # The name of the general log file (Initialization stuff) general_log_enabled = true # Whether the general log is enabled access_log_file_name = access.log # The name of the access log file (access attempts) access_log_enabled = true # Whether the access log is enabled Door Configuration File: [general] name = Proxdoor 1 # The name of the door. Used to identity it in events and access logs range = 3 # The range used to detect entities side = top # The side to output the redstone on open_time = 3 # The time (in seconds) the door stays open inverted = false # Whether to initially power the redstone [addresses] motion_sensor = # The address of the motion sensor for this door. Required. redstone = # The address for the redstone IO for this door. Required. [users] user_list = # A space-separated list of entity names is_blacklist = false # Whether the above list is a blacklist allow_all = false # Whether to allow all entities. Overrides the above user configuration. The configuration files MUST have the extension .cfg, otherwise they won't be loaded. Changelog: 1/11/2017 Added plugin support