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KingofGamesYami

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Team Programming Competition

08 September 2017 - 12:09 AM

I've been involved with CC for a long time, and the one thing I think we lack is cooperation. Sure, we have a few people who publish projects together, and there's definitely people who build on others' work, but not a lot of people write a program or project together.

Cooperation is a good thing, and I'd like to hold a competition of sorts for anyone willing to participate. It'll be similar to CCJam, but you'll be required to work with at least one other person. I won't limit the number of people who can be on a team, but expect the number to go no higher than 3 or 4.

If you'd like to participate or judge, or just want to critique my idea, post a comment below.

I expect the judging to be based on 3 categories:

1. Overall project structure / organization (the project doesn't have to use multiple files, but some sort of organization and plenty of comments is expected)

2. Division of labor (ei one person doesn't do 99% of the project*)

3. Program / Project design (this would be similar to the overall score from CCJam)

*This doesn't mean you can't have someone do just the pixel art or something like that. That would count as a significant contribution.


Why setPaletteColor was a GREAT Idea

08 June 2017 - 03:07 PM

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[MC 1.10.2/1.11.2][CC 1.8pr0][CCTweaks 1.10.2-1.5.0-pr0 / 1.11.2-1.5.0-pr0] CCGit v2.1

22 December 2016 - 03:08 PM

CCGit 2.1 is out!
Get it here
Requires CCTweaks and ComputerCraft 1.8pr0

In 2.1 I've added a program which allows you to use git from the command line. Unfortunately this requires a little bit of setup on each new computer - simply run the following:
.ccgit/autorun
This will generate a program in the startup program which will set the appropriate shell variables to allow the program to function in any directory. If the startup file is ever deleted, don't worry! You can simply re-run the autorun.lua file.

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