If speed is an issue, consider using RFTools Crafters. They are very fast and can reuse the output of its own recipes. You can also put multiple Molecular Assemblers around the same interface, if you haven't done that already. Issuing a crafting job to a computer works the same way as with regular machines. Just put an interface next to it with some encoded patterns. It has no way to know which recipe is being requested, so you have to make sure they all have unique ingredients. Basically just replicate a Crafter with computers. I also wrote some documentation on the AE2 components, ma
I put together a quick documentation for the AE2 components using the existing docstrings. It's written in the same style as the official wiki, so it can easily be merged, if that is requested. You can check it out at https://github.com/Yepoleb/ae-components-doc.
Updated Lua 5.3 natives. Get rid of usages of __gc. Fixed (harmless) occasional warnings in sound system when computer errored when powering on. Source: https://github.com/MightyPirates/OpenComputers/compare/v1.5.21-hotfix.1...v1.5.22