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BrisingrAerowing

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  1. BrisingrAerowing

    GUI: extremely fast advanced interface library

    This looks interesting. I'm going to check it out for use in my military-style bunker base.
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    Give component With NBT

    Quotation marks you mean?
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    Unicode API

    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.
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    Database for a computer

    Having upgrade slots for computer cases would be very handy.
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    Big Reactors Grid Control

    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.
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    Big Reactors Grid Control

    @Saston Your OpenOS version is too old.
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    Big Reactors Grid Control

    @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!
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    Computronics Help

    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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    Big Reactors Grid Control

    Pretty much.
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    Big Reactors Grid Control

    @Moobien That would be a bug in BRGC. A number passed to format is a decimal number, not an integer as expected.
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    if a == "Yes" or "No" dosnt work

    That's not how Lua works. You need to compare the variable with each value you want to check. e.g. if line == "yes" or line == "y" then You can also use the lower method to make this a bit simpler: if line:lower() == "y" then That can also be written as follows: if string.lower(line) == "y" then You probably should read the Lua Manual. Just select the version that the CPU your computer has is using (Either 5.2 or 5.3. Hover over it to see).
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    Big Reactors Grid Control

    @Molinko That's not what he meant. He wants to install an older version of BRGC, as the pack he is on doesn't have an OC version with the thread library, and isn't likely to update OC.
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    Thermal expansion machines

    There are not, unfortunately.
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    Issues involving autorun

    They aren't all that difficult. They need 'start' and 'stop' methods at a minimum. Any event handler should be registered using event.listen to keep it nonblocking.
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    Issues involving autorun

    AFAIK, the autorun stuff in OC is somewhat finicky and is likely to be redone in the future. I would recommend using the RC system (writing a service) that listens for component change events for the floppy drive and then copies the file and executes it when one occurs. That would also allow you to use the robot without a floppy by entering code into the lua console on it, as RC services don't block execution. There are a few services here (like this OpenPrinters print server) that you can use as an example.
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