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BrisingrAerowing last won the day on February 24 2022

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  1. The computer component is defined in the mod itself, not as a Lua file.
  2. Unless you can get a method to use 64-bit integers, there's nothing you can do.
  3. A relay system with multiple nodes (like Factorio Roboports) would probably work well. They could take in packages and sort them to send to other nodes.
  4. Is 'special' defined before or after this function? Lua functions / variables / etc must be defined before they are used, similar to C / C++. You can define local variables for functions and assign them later in the file as well.
  5. Probably because referencing an unset variable results in nil, which makes the runtime think that parameter wasn't passed.
  6. I'm not talking about that. You have io.open with the second parameter not being in quotes, which breaks things as Lua thinks you're passing a variable. local fill = io.open("doorSettings.txt", r) The r needs quotes. Both door controller scripts have this issue.
  7. Loading these files in VS Code shows a large number of syntax errors. I'm using the Lua Language server from sumneko. Some of these errors can be ignored (e.g. os.sleep isn't in base Lua), but a few break the code (e.g. line 129 of the multi door controller is missing quotes around the second io.open parameter).
  8. Looks good. I'm probably going to edit this for my Black Mesa / Aperture Laboratories inspired research facility base.
  9. The OpenOS and MineOS Database links have identical content. I think you uploaded the MineOS one for both.
  10. Not possible with this library, unfortunately. Websockets are rather complicated, so a server is likely not possible.
  11. That issue is because you have your CPU set to Lua 5.2. Take the CPU out of the computer and sneak-right-click with it in your hand to change it to Lua 5.3.
  12. I've modified this to be able to remove either a specific filesystem or the last added filesystem by either passing an address or '.' (for the last added) as the first parameter to the remove command. The second parameter is the forcefully option. so 'rc bundle remove ad432df3 true' (yes, short addresses are allowed).
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