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This bot is meant either for helping with server administration (ie: backup/restore) or for personal use for accelerating & automating monotonous tasks (like digging holes) giving you more time to get creative. Things the bot can do:
Manual Installation (if you're not using the .exe)
You need to have the following installed on your computer:
Python 2.6 Twisted for Python 2.6 zope.interface for python 2.6 mechanize (unfortunately the installation process is a bit more indepth..)
Once you have all of those installed, you can lunch the bot from the command line. Just follow the onscreen directions. Configuring the bot: Limiting who can use the bot: Create a users.txt file in the same directory as the script with the name of one allowed user per line. If the users.txt file does not exist, then anyone can use the bot. If it exists, then only the people named can use the bot. Configuring some bot settings: Open up the bot.py file with notepad and then at the very top, where it says 'User Configuration Section', you can edit some variables. Each variable has a little blurb next to it as to what it does. Do not change anything under the user configuration section part. I won't help you if you do :p Help, it doesn't work: The bot doesn't connect Run the bot from the command line (go to start-> run, type in 'cmd.exe' into the box that pops up. On win7 (and vista?) start->[search programs and files box...] and type in cmd.exe in there. Once that's open, navigate to the directory where you placed the bot.exe. cd .. makes you go up a folder cd folder_name makes you go into that folder. You can type cd fol- and then hit tab and it'll auto complete. Once you're in the same folder as the bot.exe, just type 'bot.exe' and then the program will start up and the window won't close once it stops running. Copy/paste everything you see in that window and then paste it in a message here and I'll try to figure out what is wrong with the bot. However, before you do that, make sure you'd typed everything in correctly. I want to change the server or I don't want to type (or paste) the server hash Open up (or create info.txt if it doesn't exist yet) and then write in your information in this format: username-password-hash Make sure to hit 'y' when it prompts you to store the information in plaintext on your computer (if you don't mind storing your minecraft password in a .txt on your computer) so you don't have to type in everything every time. I may try to cobble together a GUI to ease this later. I will also pipe all text to a log file for easier debugging later. The bot gets kicked for building too fast Edit config.py and set the build_time to be longer. Someone else has a bot on the server and when I type .<command name here>, both bots response Edit config.py and set CMD_PREFIX to some other letter I don't like that the bot spams so much Edit config.py and set SILENT_MODE to True (Note the capitalization) How do I get the bot to move between maps on multi-world servers? Use .say to force the bot to 'say' the command and thus be moved. ie: .say /goto map4 I don't want anyone else to use this bot. Edit users.txt and include one name per line of the people that you want to have access to the bot. How does .copy/.paste work? When using .copy, define a 3D (or 2D..) area by placing mushrooms at the diagonals of this space. That area will then be copied into a .chunk file on your computer. When pasting, .paste will paste that chunk into the server. The orientation will be the same as the original object. You can gauge where from where the bot will start pasting by looking at the (x,y,z) coordinate (if you're using WoM). The bot starts pasting at the lowest x,y,z coordinate. In conclusion: If you're using this bot & want more features added to it, I can see what I can do about it.
This is greatly helpful on the default server firmware servers.
Will this work on linux? more specifically ubuntu 10.10 64 bit
Seems the author used py2exe to make the scripts into an executable. Perhaps we can convince him to distribute the code as well. There really is no technical reason why this can not be a cross-platform tool.
Our mistake - we accidentally left out a couple of lines of text from the author's instructions; see 'Manual Installation';
"Once you have all of those installed, you can lunch the bot from the command line. Just follow the onscreen directions."
This is now old.
This is v2
v3b is the newest.
how do u not have mine craft
yet you made a mod for it?
that is really cool
thats really cool i might check it out
this looks good i might get it
whats the server hash
is this for bukkit and normal severs?
IT LOOKS GOOD
is uit updated for 1.1?
Can't you just use world edit? I don't get this...
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