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Offline orogamo
« Posted 2014-04-25 12:16:35 »

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Offline SwordsMiner

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2014-04-25 12:39:07 »

Your going to want a picture if you want any feedback, no one can give feedback on just a few words.

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Offline orogamo
« Reply #2 - Posted 2014-04-25 12:53:31 »

Your going to want a picture if you want any feedback, no one can give feedback on just a few words.

Well, there are no graphics/gui(yet), so what should I take a picture of? (The source code?)
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« Reply #3 - Posted 2014-04-25 13:04:38 »

a bunny.

If I made you laugh, helped you at all, or did something cool, I only ask that you smash that appreciate button with your nose.
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« Reply #4 - Posted 2014-04-25 13:05:32 »

Good question. It might be the wrong place here (maybe only for now, but lets not delete stuff Smiley ).

I don't actually get what the 'end result' should be? Is it a server bot, like, a real player that can be seen ingame? Or is it only something like a chat bot? Maybe if it's a chat bot, make it dance in the chat and make a screenshot of that.

The purpose of the screenshot is the sidebar you see to the right. It shows the latest games, randomly from "Work in Progress" "Showcase" and "Featured". It's also the rule to have a screenshot for this topic section.

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Offline orogamo
« Reply #5 - Posted 2014-04-25 13:13:56 »

And voil√£, happy? Wink
Offline Drenius
« Reply #6 - Posted 2014-04-25 15:55:04 »

So, what will you focus this on? A spammer bot? Or something else?
Offline Gibbo3771
« Reply #7 - Posted 2014-04-25 18:06:43 »

A spammer bot? Or something else?

The Minecraft community not changed or matured much over the past year I have been absent? lol

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Offline orogamo
« Reply #8 - Posted 2014-04-26 15:26:07 »

So, what will you focus this on? A spammer bot? Or something else?

My main focus will be to create a framework for others to create bots.
As the subtitle says, "A MineCraft Bot Framework..."

The main goals of this framework is to:
  • Take care of all networking code (Receiving, Parsing and Sending packets)
  • Have a Bot class which easily let's you program the bot (like Bot.walkTo(x, y, z), Bot.digBlock(x, y, z), and maybe something like Bot.nukeArea(x, y, z, radius), etc...)

I will also try to add support for blueprints.
For example Bot.loadBlueprint("BigHouse.bp") and Bot.placeBlueprint(bluePrint, x, y, z)
Then the bot will dig out the area and start gathering resources to build the bluePrint Smiley

I will also add a console, so that the Bot can receive commands.
Offline Drenius
« Reply #9 - Posted 2014-04-26 16:20:16 »

Forgetting that this is just a project related to one game, it sounds actually pretty useful for some stuff.
A minecraft forum is probably an a little bit better place for this though.
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Offline orogamo
« Reply #10 - Posted 2014-04-26 16:32:08 »

Forgetting that this is just a project related to one game, it sounds actually pretty useful for some stuff.
A minecraft forum is probably an a little bit better place for this though.

I'm probably going to post this on a MineCraft forum too. But i want it to be more complete first. Smiley
Because most(if not all) people on this forum knows java. And on for example MinecraftForums there are only a few(mostly modders and toolmakers) which knows java Smiley
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« Reply #11 - Posted 2014-04-27 18:21:19 »

The main goals of this framework is to:
  • Take care of all networking code (Receiving, Parsing and Sending packets)
  • Have a Bot class which easily let's you program the bot (like Bot.walkTo(x, y, z), Bot.digBlock(x, y, z), and maybe something like Bot.nukeArea(x, y, z, radius), etc...)

I will also try to add support for blueprints.
For example Bot.loadBlueprint("BigHouse.bp") and Bot.placeBlueprint(bluePrint, x, y, z)
Then the bot will dig out the area and start gathering resources to build the bluePrint Smiley

I will also add a console, so that the Bot can receive commands.

I just now realized what a good idea this is :O

Imagine... You could make so awesome adventure maps with this. You could finally program NPC's that do stuff, help you or die or whatever Cheesy

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Offline orogamo
« Reply #12 - Posted 2014-04-28 10:30:08 »

The main goals of this framework is to:
  • Take care of all networking code (Receiving, Parsing and Sending packets)
  • Have a Bot class which easily let's you program the bot (like Bot.walkTo(x, y, z), Bot.digBlock(x, y, z), and maybe something like Bot.nukeArea(x, y, z, radius), etc...)

I will also try to add support for blueprints.
For example Bot.loadBlueprint("BigHouse.bp") and Bot.placeBlueprint(bluePrint, x, y, z)
Then the bot will dig out the area and start gathering resources to build the bluePrint Smiley

I will also add a console, so that the Bot can receive commands.

I just now realized what a good idea this is :O

Imagine... You could make so awesome adventure maps with this. You could finally program NPC's that do stuff, help you or die or whatever Cheesy

Yeah, that is kinda the meaning of this framework. Smiley
Only that what you describe would be better to implement either client-side or server-side.

This bot could for example be used to mine out a big area(which you are to lazy to dig yourself Tongue), on a public server.
You can finally have a companion on your public server adventures Cheesy
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