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Applications of ComputerCraft: Turtle Butler

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Published on Aug 4, 2012

A demonstration of the capabilities of ComputerCraft in minecraft, and applying computers in fun and interesting ways.
This video shows the rather shaky Turtle Butler system, a turtle programmed to handle a store room, able to fetch, store, craft and smelt various items. Demonstrates inventory management, communicating without rednet, operating minecarts and basic pathfinding.

You can get the world file here http://www.mediafire.com/download.php.... The main code can be found on disk 1- library.lua for the butler and crafty.lua for the crafter.

All the code in this video I wrote myself.
Texture Pack "RomeCraft" developed by stugace

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