Craftybits ran out of steam in 2013. Recent interest from a few people and some time on my hands has enabled development to get started again. The current plan is to focus exclusively on fixing bugs in Craftybits 0.811 so that the publicly available version is as bug free as I can make it. From that point, Sifonseal is planning to integrate it into his FOMO project, making it all the more important that the basis is as bug free as possible.
The current version is 0.811.1 available on the Nexus on the Craftybits page as an optional download for playtesters only. Once a certain amount of experience with this version has been accumulated, I'll make this the main version and make it obviously available to everyone. Patches and bug fixes will appear here until we reach that point. The current version of the Crafybits Reference Guide is attached to this message and is not available at the Nexus, though the number of changes relative to the last version is not great CB Reference Guide 0.811d.pdf 3.36MB 11 downloads.
Please post bug reports here. Please make sure you are using version 0.811 when reporting bugs here. If you are using another version, feel free to start a separate thread or ask me to do so. If you wish to discuss other matters, feel free to start a new thread or suggest I do so. It would be best to keep this thread tightly focused on bug reports for the sake of anyone trying to get an overview of what has already been reported.
Any bug reports are welcome. A good bug report will include a description of what you were doing, or attempting to do, at the point when the bug occurred, a description of what happened and what you expected to happen. The most common type of bug is one where the program works differently than you think it should, but the scripts are working as designed. These are interesting because sometimes they suggest a way to improve the behavior of the script, but usually are seen as "user error" problems. No need to be embarrassed by such a thing, such reports are welcome. Problems in the scripting are the next most common, usually when something which is supposed to work fails. If most things work, but one thing doesn't, it is very likely a scripting error. These are the most important bug reports, since they can usually be patched up fairly easily.
I'm grateful to Sifonseal and the admin of TAL in giving Craftybits a new home. With a little luck we can engage in the same sort of polite, respectful discussions that made the Wormhole a good host for a long time.
EDIT: Ref guide updated with an additional Problem/Solution in the Troubleshooting section relating to fixing mining when it breaks courtesy of Fulgate.
Edited by Munch Universe, 02 August 2016 - 04:48 AM.