A LPer I watch went through a portal and it landed in a ravine, and that somehow updated sand it caused water to flood the ravine. That's manly.
Updating with minecraft's progress so far, this is what jonkagstrom tweeted:
He's an AI programmer, not a combat specialist.
Hey guys, does anyone happen to know a place like an IRC channel or something I can go to with questions regarding modding Minecraft?
My endeavor into making custom packets didn't quite work - the server and client both run fine, but trying to connect to the server gives an End of Stream disconnect, and the server's log gives an unhelpful "disconnect.genericReason." I tried Googling it, but finding any modding info on Minecraft is very hard.
I would like to avoid signing up on minecraftforums if I can, so any other form of communication (that's free obviously) would be appreciated.
In the meantime, have a sheep saying "Baa!"
I thought that said Baal, and I thought it was a reference to diablo.
So me and a couple of friends decided to blow shit up in minecraft.
that's a lot of TNT.
oh and we used 22GB of RAM.
quick question: can minecraft admins view the clients' .jar remotely?
It's weird how they just slide in, are they dragging themselves forward with their toes or something?
Yeah but they don't seem to 'inch' forward, it's more like they're standing on a conveyor.
Is anyone else using the JRE 8 dev preview? I installed it and saw a slight performance increase (like, 5-10 FPS on top of my existing 109). Wondering if anyone else saw any significant difference.
Link to the JDK 8 project page thingie: http://jdk8.java.net/
Btw, this is the 1,111th post in this thread.
Well, it's the 1,111th reply to this thread, according to the Minecraft section's main page. Counting the OP (which the post number does but the reply counter does not), this is the 1,112 post in this thread.
You know what, never mind. Just, never mind.
I really wish there was some documentation for modding Minecraft. Or that I could find a place that could actually help. I've tried two or three "Minecraft modding" IRC channels, but it seems the people there do everything except mod minecraft.
Rather unfortunate, really.
I would like to see how successful I would be building Amigara Fault on the next server I go on.
That does sound like an interesting idea, though.
Well, I resolved the end-of-stream disconnect problems I was having with my custom packet. It's amazing what you can learn when you actually read the errors.
Now I'm trying to figure out why my variable isn't saving. All my test packet does is increment a random variable on the receiving player by one. My debug printing is saying that it is setting the variable, but it doesn't seem to actually set - every time the packet is sent, it goes from 0 to 1.
This thread is now my developer blogpunch. Hope you don't mind.