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BrisingrAerowing

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  1. @XyFreak Not the powercell, This Mod. It has a multiblock power storage system that uses 64 bit integers.
  2. @XyFreakDid you see my suggestion for RFTools Power compat?
  3. That bug is on line 233, as it calls saveItems instead of SaveItems (note the initial letter being lowercase). Simple fix. Also: from looking at the code, I think the 'name' parameter is the registry name of the item, e.g. minecraft:torch or chisel:chisel_diamond. You can use F3+H to see those names.
  4. I don't think OC supports Buildcraft MJ at this time. You can try the Energy Converters Mod to convert from MJ to something OC supports, like Forge Energy (FE).
  5. Maybe add compat for RFTools Power multiblock battery? You'll need to use a mod I wrote to get the full power level though, as it uses 64-bit integers for power storage, and the RF API only supports 32-bit integers.
  6. This is impressive. I especially like that files can span multiple filesystems. Perfect for the evil lair bunker I have planned.
  7. This looks interesting. I'm going to check it out for use in my military-style bunker base.
  8. The unicode API requires native java code, so it's provided in the mod itself, not as a .lua file. You probably have to wrap it.
  9. Having upgrade slots for computer cases would be very handy.
  10. You have to rerun the OpenOS installer after you install a new version of the mod and put the OpenOS loot disk in the disk drive. XyFreak is removing the thread library dependency (as noted above in the thread) as it didn't do what he thought.
  11. @XyFreak It's likely because RFTools Power uses a new API in McJtyLib that uses Longs for power. I'm going to write a quick and dirty driver for said API so that this can work with it. EDIT: Unfortunately OC seems to be capping returned values to the maximum value of a 32 bit integer. Although Vex said that it internally uses doubles, so it should work. Not sure why it doesn't. I'm going to try casting it to a double and see what happens. EDIT2: I GOT IT TO WORK!!! Uploading to CurseForge now!
  12. You have to get the file onto the in-game computer somehow, either by going to the minecraft save file and finding the computer's filesystem or using something like Gamax92's OCNetFS with one of its servers on your system (if you are in singleplayer). I also have a OCNetFS server using PhysFS, and I can compile a version of Lua for you to run it if you want.
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