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Quarry 3.3.3

civilwargeeky Dec 11th, 2013 8,224 Never
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  1. --[[
  2. Version 3.3.3
  3. Recent Changes:
  4.   Fixed invert. Now works
  5.   Fixed GPS. Now works
  6.   Fixed bug stopping rednet from working.
  7.   New Internals: Made event system and consolidated mining loops
  8.   New Restarting Logic!
  9.     As long as position is recorded properly, it should always restart properly
  10.   New Argument logic!
  11.     Arguments are much more modular for me to make, and they are no longer case-sensitive. Improved items changed interface
  12.   New Arguments!
  13.     -enderChest [t/f or slot number] You can now use an enderchest! Try it out. There are directions
  14.     -startDown [number] The quarry will now start this many blocks down from its starting point (or up if invert). Great for getting diamonds and things from surface. Chest should still be placed on the top (or use ender chest)
  15.     -manualPos [xPos] [zPos] [yPos] [facing] Turtle ever gotten it's position wrong, but you don't want to reset? Use this! Check "quarry -help" for changes
  16.   Renamed several arguments
  17.   Arguments are no longer ignored if you use "-default", you just won't be prompted for anything.
  18.   Boolean (t/f) arguments now accept "yes" as well as "true"
  19.   Fixed small issue in GPS location that may have broken it.
  20. ]]
  21. --Defining things
  22. civilTable = nil; _G.civilTable = {}; setmetatable(civilTable, {__index = _G}); setfenv(1,civilTable)
  23. -------Defaults for Arguments----------
  24. --Arguments assignable by text
  25. x,y,z = 3,3,3 --These are just in case tonumber fails
  26. inverted = false --False goes from top down, true goes from bottom up [Default false]
  27. rednetEnabled = false --Default rednet on or off  [Default false]
  28. --Arguments assignable by tArgs
  29. dropSide = "front" --Side it will eject to when full or done [Default "front"]
  30. careAboutResources = true --Will not stop mining once inventory full if false [Default true]
  31. doCheckFuel = true --Perform fuel check [Default true]
  32. doRefuel = false --Whenever it comes to start location will attempt to refuel from inventory [Default false]
  33. invCheckFreq = 10 --Will check for inventory full every <-- moved spaces [Default 10]
  34. keepOpen = 1 --How many inventory slots it will attempt to keep open at all times [Default 1]
  35. fuelSafety = "moderate" --How much fuel it will ask for: safe, moderate, and loose [Default moderate]
  36. saveFile = "Civil_Quarry_Restore" --Where it saves restore data [Default "Civil_Quarry_Restore"]
  37. doBackup = true --If it will keep backups for session persistence [Default true]
  38. numberOfStacksPerRun = 8 --How many stacks (number of items) the turtle expects (on average) to have before it must dump off. Not in arguments. [Default 8]
  39. gpsEnabled = false -- If option is enabled, will attempt to find position via GPS api [Default false]
  40. gpsTimeout = 3 --The number of seconds the program will wait to get GPS coords. Not in arguments [Default 3]
  41. logging = true --Whether or not the turtle will log mining runs. [Default ...still deciding]
  42. logFolder = "Quarry_Logs" --What folder the turtle will store logs in [Default "Quarry_Logs"]
  43. logExtension = "" --The extension of the file (e.g. ".txt") [Default ""]
  44. startDown = 0 --How many blocks to start down from the top of the mine [Default 0]
  45. enderChestEnabled = false --Whether or not to use an ender chest [Default false]
  46. enderChestSlot = 16 --What slot to put the ender chest in [Default 16]
  47. --Standard number slots for fuel (you shouldn't care)
  48. fuelTable = { --Will add in this amount of fuel to requirement.
  49. safe = 1000,
  50. moderate = 200,
  51. loose = 0 } --Default 1000, 200, 0
  52. --Standard rednet channels
  53. channels = {
  54. send = os.getComputerID()  ,
  55. receive = os.getComputerID() + 100 ,
  56. confirm = "Confirm"
  57. }
  58.  
  59. local help_paragraph = [[
  60. Welcome!: Welcome to quarry help. Below are help entries for all parameters. Examples and tips are at the bottom.
  61. -Default: This will force no prompts. If you use this and nothing else, only defaults will be used.
  62. -dim: [length] [width] [height] This sets the dimensions for the quarry
  63. -invert: [t/f] If true, quarry will be inverted (go up instead of down)
  64. -rednet: [t/f] If true and you have a wireless modem on the turtle, will attempt to make a rednet connection for sending important information to a screen
  65. -restore / -resume: If your quarry stopped in the middle of its run, use this to resume at the point where the turtle was. Not guarenteed to work properly. For more accurate location finding, check out the -GPS parameter
  66. -doRefuel: [t/f] If true, the turtle will refuel itself with coal and planks it finds on its mining run
  67. -doCheckFuel: [t/f] If you for some reason don't want the program to check fuel usage, set to false. This is honestly a hold-over from when the refueling algorithm was awful...
  68. -chest: [side] This specifies what side the chest at the end will be on. You can say "top", "bottom", "front", "left", or "right"
  69. -enderChest: This one is special. If you use "-enderChest true" then it will use an enderChest in the default slot. However, you can also do "-enderChest [slot]" then it will take the ender chest from whatever slot you tell it to. Like 7... or 14... or whatever.
  70. -GPS: [force] If you use "-GPS" and there is a GPS network, then the turtle will record its first two positions to precisly calculate its position if it has to restart. This will only take two GPS readings
  71. -sendChannel: [number] This is what channel your turtle will send rednet messages on
  72. -receiveChannel: [number] This is what channel your turtle will receive rednet messages on
  73. -startY: [current Y coord] Randomly encountering bedrock? This is the parameter for you! Just give it what y coordinate you are at right now. If it is not within bedrock range, it will never say it found bedrock
  74. -logging: [t/f] If true, will record information about its mining run in a folder at the end of the mining run
  75. -doBackup: [t/f] If false, will not back up important information and cannot restore, but will not make an annoying file (Actually I don't really know why anyone would use this...)
  76. -saveFile: [word] This is what the backup file will be called
  77. -logFolder: [word] The folder that quarry logs will be stored in
  78. -logExtension: [word] The extension given to each quarry log (e.g. ".txt" or ".notepad" or whatever)
  79. -invCheckFreq: [number] This is how often the turtle will check if it has the proper amount of slots open
  80. -keepOpen: [number] This is the number of the slots the turtle will make sure are open. It will check every invCheckFreq blocks
  81. -careAboutResources: [t/f] Who cares about the materials! If set to false, it will just keep mining when its inventory is full
  82. -startDown: [number] If you set this, the turtle will go down this many blocks from the start before starting its quarry
  83.   =
  84.   C _ |
  85.       |
  86.       |
  87.       |
  88.       |_ _ _ _ >
  89. -manualPos: [xPos] [zPos] [yPos] [facing] This is for advanced use. If the server reset when the turtle was in the middle of a 100x100x100 quarry, fear not, you can now manually set the position of the turtle. yPos is always positive. The turtle's starting position is 0, 1, 1, 0. Facing is measured 0 - 3. 0 is forward, and it progresses clockwise. Example- "-manualPos 65 30 30 2"
  90. -help: Thats what this is :D
  91. Examples: Everything below is examples and tips for use
  92. Important Note:
  93.   None of the above parameters are necessary. They all have default values, and the above are just if you want to change them.
  94. Examples [1]:
  95.   Want to just start a quarry from the interface, without going through menus? It's easy! Just use some parameters. Assume you called the program "quarry." To start a 10x6x3 quarry, you just type in "quarry -dim 10 6 3 -default".
  96.   You just told it to start a quarry with dimensions 10x6x3, and "-default" means it won't prompt you about invert or rednet. Wasn't that easy?
  97. Examples [2]:
  98.   Okay, so you've got the basics of this now, so if you want, you can type in really long strings of stuff to make the quarry do exactly what you want. Now, say you want a 40x20x9, but you want it to go down to diamond level, and you're on the surface (at y = 64). You also want it to send rednet messages to your computer so you can see how its doing.
  99. Examples [2] [cont.]:
  100.   Oh yeah! You also want it to use an ender chest in slot 12 and restart if the server crashes. Yeah, you can do that. You would type
  101.   "quarry -dim 40x20x9 -invert false -startDown 45 -rednet true -enderChest 12 -restore"
  102.   BAM. Now you can just let that turtle do it's thing
  103. Tips:
  104.   The order of the parameters doesn't matter. "quarry -invert false -rednet true" is the same as "quarry -rednet true -invert false"
  105.  
  106.   Capitalization doesn't matter. "quarry -iNVErt FALSe" does the same thing as "quarry -invert false"
  107. Tips [cont.]:
  108.   For [t/f] parameters, you can also use "yes" and "no" so "quarry -invert yes"
  109.  
  110.   For [t/f] parameters, it only cares about the first letter. So you can use "quarry -invert t" or "quarry -invert y"
  111. Tips [cont.]:
  112.   If you are playing with fuel turned off, the program will automatically change settings for you so you don't have to :D
  113.  
  114.   If you want, you can load this program onto a computer, and use "quarry -help" so you can have help with the parameters whenever you want.
  115. Internal Config:
  116.   At the top of this program is an internal configuration file. If there is some setup that you use all the time, you can just change the config value at the top and run "quarry -default" for a quick setup.
  117.  
  118.   You can also use this if there are settings that you don't like the default value of.
  119. ]]
  120.  
  121. --Parsing help for display
  122. --[[The way the help table works:
  123. All help indexes are numbered. There is a help[i].title that contains the title,
  124. and the other lines are in help[i][1] - help[i][#help[i] ]
  125. Different lines (e.g. other than first) start with a space.
  126. As of now, the words are not wrapped, fix that later]]
  127. local help = {}
  128. local i = 0
  129. local titlePattern = ".-%:" --Find the beginning of the line, then characters, then a ":"
  130. local textPattern = "%:.+" --Find a ":", then characters until the end of the line
  131. for a in help_paragraph:gmatch("\n?.-\n") do --Matches in between newlines
  132. local current = string.sub(a,1,-2).."" --Concatenate Trick
  133. if string.sub(current,1,1) ~= " " then
  134. i = i + 1
  135. help[i] = {}
  136. help[i].title = string.sub(string.match(current, titlePattern),1,-2)..""
  137. help[i][1] = string.sub(string.match(current,textPattern) or " ",3,-1)
  138. elseif string.sub(current,1,1) == " " then
  139. table.insert(help[i], string.sub(current,2, -1).."")
  140. end
  141. end
  142.  
  143.  
  144. local supportsRednet = (peripheral.wrap("right") ~= nil)
  145.  
  146. local tArgs = {...}
  147. --You don't care about these
  148.       xPos,yPos,zPos,facing,percent,mined,moved,relxPos, rowCheck, connected, isInPath, layersDone, attacked, startY
  149.     = 0,   1,   1,   0,     0,      0,    0,    1,       "right",  false,     true,     1,          0,        0
  150.  
  151. local totals = {cobble = 0, fuel = 0, other = 0} -- Total for display (cannot go inside function)
  152. local function count() --Done any time inventory dropped and at end
  153. slot = {}        --1: Cobble 2: Fuel 3:Other
  154. for i=1, 16 do   --[1] is type, [2] is number
  155. slot[i] = {}
  156. slot[i][2] = turtle.getItemCount(i)
  157. end
  158. slot[1][1] = 1   -- = Assumes Cobble/Main
  159. for i=1, 16 do   --Cobble Check
  160. turtle.select(i)
  161. if turtle.compareTo(1)  then
  162. slot[i][1] = 1
  163. totals.cobble = totals.cobble + slot[i][2]
  164. elseif turtle.refuel(0) then
  165. slot[i][1] = 2
  166. totals.fuel = totals.fuel + slot[i][2]
  167. else
  168. slot[i][1] = 3
  169. totals.other = totals.other + slot[i][2]
  170. end
  171. end
  172. turtle.select(1)
  173. end
  174.  
  175. local getFuel = turtle.getFuelLevel --This is for cleanup at the end
  176. do --Common variable name...
  177. local flag = turtle.getFuelLevel() == "unlimited"--Unlimited screws up my calculations
  178. if flag then --Fuel is disabled
  179.   turtle.getFuelLevel = function() return math.huge end --Infinite Fuel
  180. end --There is no "else" because it will already return the regular getFuel
  181. end
  182. local checkFuel = turtle.getFuelLevel --Just an alias for backwards compat
  183.  
  184.  -----------------------------------------------------------------
  185. --Input Phase
  186. local function screen(xPos,yPos)
  187. xPos, yPos = xPos or 1, yPos or 1
  188. term.setCursorPos(xPos,yPos); term.clear(); end
  189. local function screenLine(xPos,yPos)
  190. term.setCursorPos(xPos,yPos); term.clearLine(); end
  191.  
  192. screen(1,1)
  193. print("----- Welcome to Quarry! -----")
  194. print("")
  195.  
  196. local sides = {top = "top", right = "right", left = "left", bottom = "bottom", front = "front"} --Used to whitelist sides
  197. local changedT, tArgsWithUpper = {}, {}
  198. changedT.new = function(key, value) table.insert(changedT,{key, value}) end --Numeric list of lists
  199. local function capitalize(text) return (string.upper(string.sub(text,1,1))..string.sub(text,2,-1)) end
  200. for i=1, #tArgs do tArgsWithUpper[i] = tArgs[i]; tArgsWithUpper[tArgsWithUpper[i]] = i; tArgs[i] = tArgs[i]:lower(); tArgs[tArgs[i]] = i end --My signature key-value pair system, now with upper
  201.  
  202. local restoreFound, restoreFoundSwitch = false --Initializing so they are in scope
  203. function addParam(name, displayText, formatString, forcePrompt, trigger, variableOverride) --To anyone that doesn't understand this very well, probably not your best idea to go in here.
  204.   if trigger == nil then trigger = true end --Defaults to being able to run
  205.   if not trigger then return end --This is what the trigger is for. Will not run if trigger not there
  206.   if restoreFoundSwitch or tArgs["-default"] then forcePrompt = false end --Don't want to prompt if these
  207.   local toGetText = name:lower() --Because all params are now lowered
  208.   local formatType = formatString:match("^%a+"):lower() or error("Format String Unknown: "..formatString) --Type of format string
  209.   local args = formatString:sub(({formatString:find(formatType)})[2] + 2).."" --Everything in formatString but the type and space
  210.   local variable = variableOverride or name --Goes first to the override for name
  211.   local func = loadstring("return "..variable)
  212.   setfenv(func,getfenv(1))
  213.   local originalValue = assert(func)() --This is the default value, for checking to add to changed table
  214.   if originalValue == nil then error("From addParam, \""..variable.."\" returned nil",2) end --I may have gotten a wrong variable name
  215.   local givenValue, toRet --Initializing for use
  216.   if tArgs["-"..toGetText] then
  217.     givenValue = tArgsWithUpper[tArgs["-"..toGetText]+1] --This is the value after the desired parameter
  218.   elseif forcePrompt then
  219.     write(displayText.."? ")
  220.     givenValue = io.read()
  221.   end
  222.   if formatType == "force" then --This is the one exception. Should return true if givenValue is nothing
  223.     toRet = (tArgs["-"..toGetText] and true) or false --Will return true if param exists, otherwise false
  224.   end
  225.   if not (givenValue or toRet) then return end --Don't do anything if you aren't given anything. Leave it as default, except for "force"
  226.   if formatType == "boolean" then --All the format strings will be basically be put through a switch statement
  227.     toRet = givenValue:sub(1,1):lower() == "y" or givenValue:sub(1,1):lower() == "t" --Accepts true or yes
  228.     if formatString == "boolean special" then
  229.       toRet = givenValue:sub(1,1):lower() ~= "n" and givenValue:sub(1,1):lower() ~= "f" --Accepts anything but false or no
  230.     end
  231.   elseif formatType == "string" then
  232.     toRet = givenValue:match("^[%w%.]+") --Basically anything not a space or control character etc
  233.   elseif formatType == "number" then
  234.     toRet = tonumber(givenValue) --Note this is a local, not the above so we don't change anything
  235.     if not toRet then return end --We need a number... Otherwise compare errors
  236.     toRet = math.abs(math.floor(toRet)) --Get proper integers
  237.     local startNum, endNum = formatString:match("(%d+)%-(%d+)") --Gets range of numbers
  238.     startNum, endNum = tonumber(startNum), tonumber(endNum)
  239.     if not ((toRet >= startNum) and (toRet <= endNum)) then return end --Can't use these
  240.   elseif formatType == "side" then
  241.     local exclusionTab = {} --Ignore the wizardry here. Just getting arguments without format string
  242.     for a in args:gmatch("%S+") do exclusionTab[a] = true end --This makes a list of the sides to not include
  243.     if not exclusionTab[givenValue] then toRet = sides[givenValue] end --If side is not excluded
  244.   elseif formatType == "list" then
  245.     toRet = {}
  246.     for a in args:gmatch("[^,]") do
  247.       table.insert(toRet,a)
  248.     end
  249.   elseif formatType == "force" then --Do nothing, everything is already done
  250.   else error("Improper formatType",2)
  251.   end
  252.   if toRet == nil then return end --Don't want to set variables to nil... That's bad
  253.   tempParam = toRet --This is what loadstring will see :D
  254.   local func = loadstring(variable.." = tempParam")
  255.   setfenv(func, getfenv(1))
  256.   func()
  257.   tempParam = nil --Cleanup of global
  258.   if toRet ~= originalValue then
  259.     changedT.new(displayText, tostring(toRet))
  260.   end
  261.   return toRet
  262. end
  263.  
  264. --Check if it is a turtle
  265. if not(turtle or tArgs["help"] or tArgs["-help"] or tArgs["-?"] or tArgs["?"]) then
  266.   print("This is not a turtle, you might be looking for the \"Companion Rednet Program\" \nCheck My forum thread for that")
  267.   print("Press 'q' to quit, or any other key to start help ")
  268.   if ({os.pullEvent("char")})[2] ~= "q" then tArgs.help = true else error("",0) end
  269. end
  270.  
  271.  
  272. if tArgs["help"] or tArgs["-help"] or tArgs["-?"] or tArgs["?"] then
  273. print("You have selected help, press any key to continue"); print("Use arrow keys to naviate, q to quit"); os.pullEvent("key")
  274. local pos = 1
  275. local key = 0
  276. while pos <= #help and key ~= keys.q do
  277. if pos < 1 then pos = 1 end
  278. screen(1,1)
  279. print(help[pos].title)
  280. for a=1, #help[pos] do print(help[pos][a]) end
  281. repeat
  282. _, key = os.pullEvent("key")
  283. until key == 200 or key == 208 or key == keys.q
  284. if key == 200 then pos = pos - 1 end
  285. if key == 208 then pos = pos + 1 end
  286. end
  287. error("",0)
  288. end
  289.  
  290. --Saving
  291. addParam("doBackup", "Backup Save File", "boolean")
  292. addParam("saveFile", "Save File Name", "string")
  293.  
  294. restoreFound = fs.exists(saveFile)
  295. restoreFoundSwitch = (tArgs["-restore"] or tArgs["-resume"]) and restoreFound
  296. if restoreFoundSwitch then
  297.   local file = fs.open(saveFile,"r")
  298.   local test = file.readAll() ~= ""
  299.   file.close()
  300.   if test then
  301.     os.run(getfenv(1),saveFile)
  302.     if gpsEnabled then --If it had saved gps coordinates
  303.       print("Found GPS Start Coordinates")
  304.       local currLoc = {gps.locate(gpsTimeout)} or {}
  305.       if #currLoc > 0 and #gpsStartPos > 0 and #gpsSecondPos > 0 then --Cover all the different positions I'm using
  306.         print("GPS Position Successfully Read")
  307.         if currLoc[1] == gpsStartPos[1] and currLoc[3] == gpsStartPos[3] then --X coord, y coord, z coord in that order
  308.           xPos, yPos, zPos = 0,1,1
  309.           if facing ~= 0 then turnTo(0) end
  310.           print("Is at start")
  311.         else
  312.           if inverted then --yPos setting
  313.           ------------------------------------------------FIX THIS
  314.           end
  315.           local function copyTable(tab) local toRet = {}; for a, b in pairs(tab) do toRet[a] = b end; return toRet end
  316.           local a, b = copyTable(gpsStartPos), copyTable(gpsSecondPos) --For convenience
  317.           if b[3] - a[3] == -1 then--If went north (-Z)
  318.             a[1] = a[1] - 1 --Shift x one to west to create a "zero"
  319.             xPos, zPos = -currLoc[3] + a[3], currLoc[1] + -a[1]
  320.           elseif b[1] - a[1] == 1 then--If went east (+X)
  321.             a[3] = a[3] - 1 --Shift z up one to north to create a "zero"
  322.             xPos, zPos = currLoc[1] + -a[1], currLoc[3] + -a[3]
  323.           elseif b[3] - a[3] == 1 then--If went south (+Z)
  324.             a[1] = a[1] + 1 --Shift x one to east to create a "zero"
  325.             xPos, zPos = currLoc[3] + a[3], -currLoc[1] + a[3]
  326.           elseif b[1] - a[1] == -1 then--If went west (-X)
  327.             a[3] = a[3] + 1 --Shift z down one to south to create a "zero"
  328.             xPos, zPos = -currLoc[1] + a[1], -currLoc[3] + a[3]
  329.           else
  330.             print("Improper Coordinates")
  331.             print("GPS Locate Failed, Using Standard Methods")        ----Maybe clean this up a bit to use flags instead.
  332.           end  
  333.         end
  334.         print("X Pos: ",xPos)
  335.         print("Y Pos: ",yPos)
  336.         print("Z Pos: ",zPos)
  337.         print("Facing: ",facing)
  338.       else
  339.         print("GPS Locate Failed, Using Standard Methods")
  340.       end    
  341.     print("Restore File read successfully. Starting in 3"); sleep(3)
  342.     end
  343.   else
  344.     fs.delete(saveFile)
  345.     print("Restore file was empty, sorry, aborting")
  346.     error("",0)
  347.   end
  348. else --If turtle is just starting
  349.   events = {} --This is the event queue :D
  350.   originalFuel = checkFuel() --For use in logging. To see how much fuel is REALLY used
  351. end
  352.  
  353. --Dimesnions
  354. if tArgs["-dim"] then local num = tArgs["-dim"];
  355. x = tonumber(tArgs[num + 1]) or x; z = tonumber(tArgs[num + 2]) or z; y = tonumber(tArgs[num + 3]) or y
  356. elseif not (tArgs["-default"] or restoreFoundSwitch) then
  357. print("What dimensions?")
  358. print("")
  359. --This will protect from negatives, letters, and decimals
  360. term.write("Length? ")
  361. x = math.floor(math.abs(tonumber(io.read()) or x))
  362. term.write("Width? ")
  363. z = math.floor(math.abs(tonumber(io.read()) or z))
  364. term.write("Height? ")
  365. y = math.floor(math.abs(tonumber(io.read()) or y))
  366. changedT.new("Length",x); changedT.new("Width",z); changedT.new("Height",y)
  367. end
  368. --Invert
  369. addParam("invert", "Inverted","boolean", true, nil, "inverted")
  370. addParam("startDown","Start Down","number 1-256")
  371. --Inventory
  372. addParam("chest", "Chest Drop Side", "side front", nil, nil, "dropSide")
  373. addParam("enderChest","Ender Chest Enabled","boolean special", nil, nil, "enderChestEnabled") --This will accept anything (including numbers) thats not "f" or "n"
  374. addParam("enderChest", "Ender Chest Slot", "number 1-16", nil, nil, "enderChestSlot") --This will get the number slot if given
  375. --Rednet
  376. addParam("rednet", "Rednet Enabled","boolean",true, supportsRednet, "rednetEnabled")
  377. addParam("gps", "GPS Location Services", "force", nil, (not restoreFoundSwitch) and supportsRednet, "gpsEnabled" ) --Has these triggers so that does not record position if restarted.
  378. if gpsEnabled and not restoreFoundSwitch then
  379.   gpsStartPos = {gps.locate(gpsTimeout)} --Stores position in array
  380.   gpsEnabled = #gpsStartPos > 0 --Checks if location received properly. If not, position is not saved
  381. end
  382. addParam("sendChannel", "Rednet Send Channel", "number 1-65535", false, supportsRednet, "channels.send")
  383. addParam("receiveChannel","Rednet Receive Channel", "number 1-65535", false, supportsRednet, "channels.receive")
  384. --Fuel
  385. addParam("doRefuel", "Refuel from Inventory","boolean", nil, turtle.getFuelLevel() ~= math.huge) --math.huge due to my changes
  386. addParam("doCheckFuel", "Check Fuel", "boolean", nil, turtle.getFuelLevel() ~= math.huge)
  387. --Logging
  388. addParam("logging", "Logging", "boolean")
  389. addParam("logFolder", "Log Folder", "string")
  390. addParam("logExtension","Log Extension", "string")
  391. --Misc
  392. addParam("startY", "Start Y","number 1-256")
  393. addParam("invCheckFreq","Inventory Check Frequency","number 1-342")
  394. addParam("keepOpen", "Slots to Keep Open", "number 1-15")
  395. addParam("careAboutResources", "Care About Resources","boolean")
  396. --Manual Position
  397. if tArgs["-manualpos"] then --Gives current coordinates in xPos,zPos,yPos, facing
  398.   local a = tArgs["-manualpos"]
  399.   xPos, zPos, yPos, facing = tonumber(tArgs[a+1]) or xPos, tonumber(tArgs[a+2]) or zPos, tonumber(tArgs[a+3]) or yPos, tonumber(tArgs[a+4]) or facing
  400.   changedT.new("xPos",xPos); changedT.new("zPos",zPos); changedT.new("yPos",yPos); changedT.new("facing",facing)
  401.   restoreFoundSwitch = true --So it doesn't do beginning of quarry behavior
  402. end
  403.  
  404. local function saveProgress(extras) --Session persistence
  405. exclusions = { modem = true, }
  406. if doBackup then
  407. local toWrite = ""
  408. for a,b in pairs(getfenv(1)) do
  409.   if not exclusions[a] then
  410.       --print(a ,"   ", b, "   ", type(b)) --Debug
  411.     if type(b) == "string" then b = "\""..b.."\"" end
  412.     if type(b) == "table" then b = textutils.serialize(b) end
  413.     if type(b) ~= "function" then
  414.       toWrite = toWrite..a.." = "..tostring(b).."\n"
  415.     end
  416.   end
  417. end
  418. toWrite = toWrite.."doCheckFuel = false\n" --It has already used fuel, so calculation unnesesary
  419. local file
  420. repeat
  421.   file = fs.open(saveFile,"w")
  422. until file --WHY DOES IT SAY ATTEMPT TO INDEX NIL!!!
  423. file.write(toWrite)
  424. if type(extras) == "table" then
  425.   for a, b in pairs(extras) do
  426.     file.write(a.." = "..tostring(b))
  427.   end
  428. end
  429. file.close()
  430. end
  431. end
  432.  
  433. local area = x*z
  434. local volume = x*y*z
  435. local lastHeight = y%3
  436. layers = math.ceil(y/3)
  437. local yMult = layers --This is basically a smart y/3 for movement
  438. local moveVolume = (area * yMult) --Kept for display percent
  439. --Calculating Needed Fuel--
  440. local exStack = numberOfStacksPerRun --Expected stacks of items before full
  441. neededFuel = yMult * x * z + --This is volume it will run through
  442.       (startDown + y)*(2+1/(64*exStack)) + --This is simplified and includes the y to get up times up and down + how many times it will drop stuff off
  443.       (x+z)*(yMult + 1/(64*exStack))  --Simplified as well: It is getting to start of row plus getting to start of row how many times will drop off stuff
  444.       --Original equation: x*z*y/3 + y * 2 + (x+z) * y/3 + (x + z + y) * (1/64*8)
  445. neededFuel = math.ceil(neededFuel)
  446.  
  447. --Getting Fuel
  448. if doCheckFuel and checkFuel() < neededFuel then
  449. neededFuel = neededFuel + fuelTable[fuelSafety] --For safety
  450.   print("Not enough fuel")
  451.   print("Current: ",checkFuel()," Needed: ",neededFuel)
  452.   print("Starting SmartFuel...")
  453.   sleep(2) --So they can read everything.
  454.   term.clear()
  455.   local oneFuel, neededFuelItems
  456.   local currSlot = 0
  457.   local function output(text, x, y) --For displaying fuel
  458.     local currX, currY = term.getCursorPos()
  459.     term.setCursorPos(x,y)
  460.     term.clearLine()
  461.     term.write(text)
  462.     term.setCursorPos(currX,currY)
  463.     end
  464.   local function roundTo(num, target) --For stacks of fuel
  465.     if num >= target then return target elseif num < 0 then return 0 else return num end
  466.   end
  467.   local function updateScreen()
  468.     output("Welcome to SmartFuel! Now Refueling...", 1,1)
  469.     output("Currently taking fuel from slot "..currSlot,1,2)
  470.     output("Current single fuel: "..tostring(oneFuel or 0),1,3)
  471.     output("Current estimate of needed fuel: ",1,4)
  472.     output("Single Items: "..math.ceil(neededFuelItems or 0),4,5)
  473.     output("Stacks:       "..math.ceil((neededFuelItems or 0) / 64),4,6)
  474.     output("Needed Fuel: "..tostring(neededFuel),1,12)
  475.     output("Current Fuel: "..tostring(checkFuel()),1,13)
  476.   end
  477.   while checkFuel() <= neededFuel do
  478.     currSlot = currSlot + 1
  479.     turtle.select(currSlot)
  480.     updateScreen()
  481.     while turtle.getItemCount(currSlot) == 0 do sleep(1.5) end
  482.     repeat
  483.       local previous = checkFuel()
  484.       turtle.refuel(1)
  485.       oneFuel = checkFuel() - previous
  486.       updateScreen()
  487.     until (oneFuel or 0) > 0 --Not an if to prevent errors if fuel taken out prematurely.
  488.     neededFuelItems = (neededFuel - checkFuel()) / oneFuel
  489.     turtle.refuel(math.ceil(roundTo(neededFuelItems, 64))) --Change because can only think about 64 at once.
  490.     if turtle.getItemCount(roundTo(currSlot + 1, 16)) == 0 then --Resets if no more fuel
  491.       currSlot = 0
  492.     end
  493.     neededFuelItems = (neededFuel - checkFuel()) / oneFuel
  494.   end
  495. end
  496. --Ender Chest Obtaining
  497. if enderChestEnabled then
  498.   while turtle.getItemCount(enderChestSlot) ~= 1 do
  499.     screen(1,1)
  500.     print("You have decided to use an Ender Chest!")
  501.     print("Please place one Ender Chest in slot ",enderChestSlot)
  502.     sleep(1)
  503.   end
  504.   print("Ender Chest in slot ",enderChestSlot, " checks out")
  505.   sleep(2)
  506. end
  507. --Initial Rednet Handshake
  508. if rednetEnabled then
  509. screen(1,1)
  510. print("Rednet is Enabled")
  511. print("The Channel to open is "..channels.send)
  512. modem = peripheral.wrap("right")
  513. modem.open(channels.receive)
  514. local i = 0
  515. repeat
  516. local id = os.startTimer(3)
  517. i=i+1
  518. print("Sending Initial Message "..i)
  519. modem.transmit(channels.send, channels.receive, "{ 'Initial' }")
  520. local message
  521. repeat
  522. local event, idCheck, channel,_,locMessage, distance = os.pullEvent()
  523. message = locMessage
  524. until (event == "timer" and idCheck == id) or (event == "modem_message" and channel == channels.receive and message == channels.confirm)
  525. until message == channels.confirm
  526. connected = true
  527. print("Connection Confirmed!")
  528. sleep(1.5)
  529. end
  530. local function biometrics(sendChannel)
  531. local commands = { Confirm = "Confirm" }
  532. local toSend = { ["x"] = x, ["y"] = (layers), ["z"] = z, --The y calc is weird...
  533.     ["xPos"] = xPos, ["yPos"] = yPos, ["zPos"] = zPos,
  534.     ["percent"] = percent, ["mined" ]= mined,
  535.     ["fuel"] = checkFuel(), ["moved"] = moved,
  536.     ["remainingBlocks"] = (volume-mined), ["ID"] = os.getComputerID(),
  537.     ["isInPath"] = isInPath, --Whether it is going back to start
  538.     ["volume"] = volume, ["area"] = area}
  539. modem.transmit(channels.send, channels.receive, textutils.serialize(toSend))
  540. id = os.startTimer(0.1)
  541. local event, message
  542. repeat
  543. local locEvent, idCheck, confirm, _, locMessage, distance = os.pullEvent()
  544. event, message = locEvent, locMessage
  545. until (event == "timer" and idCheck == id) or (event == "modem_message" and confirm == channels.receive)
  546. if event == "modem_message" then connected = true else connected = false end
  547. --Stuff to do for different commands
  548. end
  549. --Showing changes to settings
  550. screen(1,1)
  551. print("Your selected settings:")
  552. if #changedT == 0 then
  553. print("Completely Default")
  554. else
  555. for i=1, #changedT do
  556. print(changedT[i][1],": ",changedT[i][2]) --Name and Value
  557. end
  558. end
  559. print("\nStarting in 3"); sleep(1); print("2"); sleep(1); print("1"); sleep(1.5) --Dramatic pause at end
  560.  
  561.  
  562.  
  563. ----------------------------------------------------------------
  564. --Define ALL THE FUNCTIONS
  565. function eventAdd(...)
  566.   return table.insert(events,1, {...}) or true
  567. end
  568. function eventGet(pos)
  569.   return events[tonumber(pos) or #events]
  570. end
  571. function eventPop(pos)
  572.   return table.remove(events,tonumber(pos) or #events) or false --This will return value popped, tonumber returns nil if fail, so default to end
  573. end
  574. function eventRun(value, ...)
  575.   local argsList = {...}
  576.   if type(value) == "string" then
  577.     if value:sub(-1) ~= ")" then --So supports both "up()" and "up"
  578.       value = value .. "("
  579.       for a, b in pairs(argsList) do --Appending arguments
  580.         local toAppend
  581.         if type(b) == "table" then toAppend = textutils.serialize(b)
  582.         elseif type(b) == "string" then toAppend = "\""..tostring(b).."\"" --They weren't getting strings around them
  583.         else toAppend = tostring(b) end
  584.         value = value .. (toAppend or "true") .. ", "
  585.       end
  586.       if value:sub(-1) ~= "(" then --If no args, do not want to cut off
  587.         value = value:sub(1,-3)..""
  588.       end
  589.       value = value .. ")"
  590.     end
  591.     --print(value) --Debug
  592.     local func = loadstring(value)
  593.     setfenv(func, getfenv(1))
  594.     return func()
  595.   end
  596. end
  597.      
  598. function runAllEvents()
  599.   while #events > 0 do
  600.     local toRun = eventGet()
  601.     --print(toRun[1]) --Debug
  602.     eventRun(unpack(toRun))
  603.     eventPop()
  604.   end
  605. end
  606.  
  607. function display() --This is just the last screen that displays at the end
  608. screen(1,1)
  609. print("Total Blocks Mined: "..mined)
  610. print("Current Fuel Level: "..turtle.getFuelLevel())
  611. print("Cobble: "..totals.cobble)
  612. print("Usable Fuel: "..totals.fuel)
  613. print("Other: "..totals.other)
  614. if rednetEnabled then
  615. print("")
  616. print("Sent Stop Message")
  617. finalTable = {{["Mined: "] = mined}, {["Cobble: "] = totals.cobble}, {["Fuel: "] = totals.fuel},
  618.     {["Other: "] = totals.other}, {["Fuel: "] = checkFuel()} }
  619. modem.transmit(channels.send,channels.receive,"stop")
  620. modem.transmit(channels.send,channels.receive,textutils.serialize(finalTable))
  621. modem.close(channels.receive)
  622. end
  623. if doBackup then fs.delete(saveFile) end
  624. end
  625. function updateDisplay() --Runs in Mine(), display information to the screen in a certain place
  626. screen(1,1)
  627. print("Blocks Mined")
  628. print(mined)
  629. print("Percent Complete")
  630. print(percent.."%")
  631. print("Fuel")
  632. print(checkFuel())
  633.   -- screen(1,1)
  634.   -- print("Xpos: ")
  635.   -- print(xPos)
  636.   -- print("RelXPos: ")
  637.   -- print(relxPos)
  638.   -- print("Z Pos: ")
  639.   -- print(zPos)
  640.   -- print("Y pos: ")
  641.   -- print(yPos)
  642. if rednetEnabled then
  643. screenLine(1,7)
  644. print("Connected: "..tostring(connected))
  645. end
  646. end
  647. function logMiningRun(textExtension, extras) --Logging mining runs
  648. if logging then
  649. local number
  650. if not fs.isDir(logFolder) then
  651.   fs.delete(logFolder)
  652.   fs.makeDir(logFolder)
  653.   number = 1
  654. else
  655.   local i = 0
  656.   repeat
  657.     i = i + 1
  658.   until not fs.exists(logFolder.."/Quarry_Log_"..tostring(i)..(textExtension or ""))
  659.   number = i
  660. end
  661. handle = fs.open(logFolder.."/Quarry_Log_"..tostring(number)..(textExtension or ""),"w")
  662. local function write(...)
  663.   for a, b in ipairs({...}) do
  664.     handle.write(tostring(b))
  665.   end
  666.   handle.write("\n")
  667. end
  668. write("Welcome to the Quarry Logs!")
  669. write("Entry Number: ",number)
  670. write("Dimensions (X Z Y): ",x," ",z," ", y)
  671. write("Blocks Mined: ", mined)
  672. write("  Cobble: ", totals.cobble)
  673. write("  Usable Fuel: ", totals.fuel)
  674. write("  Other: ",totals.other)
  675. write("Total Fuel Used: ",  (originalFuel or (neededFuel + checkFuel()))- checkFuel()) --Protect against errors with some precision
  676. write("Expected Fuel Use: ", neededFuel)
  677. handle.close()
  678. end
  679. end
  680. function isFull(slots)
  681.   slots = slots or 16
  682.   local numUsed = 0
  683.   sleep(0)
  684.   for i=1, 16 do
  685.     if turtle.getItemCount(i) > 0 then numUsed = numUsed + 1 end
  686.   end
  687.   if numUsed > slots then
  688.     return true
  689.   end
  690.   return false
  691. end
  692. function dig(doAdd, func)
  693.   doAdd = doAdd or true
  694.   func = func or turtle.dig
  695.   if func() then
  696.     if doAdd then
  697.       mined = mined + 1
  698.     end
  699.     return true
  700.   end
  701.   return false
  702. end
  703. if not inverted then --Regular functions :) I switch definitions for optimizatoin (I thinK)
  704.   function digUp(doAdd)
  705.     return dig(doAdd,turtle.digUp)
  706.   end
  707.   function digDown(doAdd)
  708.     return dig(doAdd,turtle.digDown)
  709.   end
  710. else
  711.   function digDown(doAdd)
  712.     return dig(doAdd,turtle.digUp)
  713.   end
  714.   function digUp(doAdd)
  715.     return dig(doAdd,turtle.digDown)
  716.   end
  717. end
  718. function relativeXCalc()
  719.   if rowCheck == "right" then relxPos = xPos else relxPos = (x-xPos)+1 end
  720. end
  721. function forward(doAdd)
  722.   if doAdd == nil then doAdd = true end
  723.   if turtle.forward() then
  724.     if doAdd then
  725.       moved = moved + 1
  726.     end
  727.     if facing == 0 then
  728.       xPos = xPos + 1
  729.     elseif facing == 1 then
  730.       zPos = zPos + 1
  731.     elseif facing == 2 then
  732.       xPos = xPos - 1
  733.     elseif facing == 3 then
  734.       zPos = zPos - 1
  735.     else
  736.       error("Function forward, facing should be 0 - 3, got "..tostring(facing),2)
  737.     end
  738.     relativeXCalc()
  739.     return true
  740.   end
  741.   return false
  742. end
  743. function up(sneak)
  744.   sneak = sneak or 1
  745.   if inverted and sneak == 1 then
  746.     down(-1)
  747.   else
  748.     while not turtle.up() do --Absolute dig, not relative
  749.       if not dig(true, turtle.digUp) then
  750.         attackUp()
  751.         sleep(0.5)
  752.       end
  753.     end
  754.     yPos = yPos - sneak --Oh! I feel so clever
  755.   end                   --This works because inverted :)
  756.   saveProgress()
  757. end
  758. function down(sneak)
  759.   sneak = sneak or 1
  760.   local count = 0
  761.   if inverted and sneak == 1 then
  762.     up(-1)
  763.   else
  764.     while not turtle.down() do
  765.       count = count + 1
  766.       if not dig(true, turtle.digDown) then --This is absolute dig down, not relative
  767.         attackDown()
  768.         sleep(0.2)
  769.       end
  770.       if count > 20 then bedrock() end
  771.     end
  772.     yPos = yPos + sneak
  773.   end
  774.   saveProgress()
  775. end
  776. function right(num)
  777.   num = num or 1
  778.   for i=1, num do facing = coterminal(facing+1); saveProgress(); turtle.turnRight() end
  779. end
  780. function left(num)
  781.   num = num or 1
  782.   for i=1, num do facing = coterminal(facing-1); saveProgress(); turtle.turnLeft() end
  783. end
  784. function attack(doAdd, func)
  785.   doAdd = doAdd or true
  786.   func = func or turtle.attack
  787.   if func() then
  788.     if doAdd then
  789.       attacked = attacked + 1
  790.     end
  791.     return true
  792.   end
  793.   return false
  794. end
  795. function attackUp(doAdd)
  796.   if inverted then
  797.     return attack(doAdd, turtle.attackDown)
  798.   else
  799.     return attack(doAdd, turtle.attackUp)
  800.   end
  801. end
  802. function attackDown(doAdd)
  803.   if inverted then
  804.     return attack(doAdd, turtle.attackUp)
  805.   else
  806.     return attack(doAdd, turtle.attackDown)
  807.   end
  808. end
  809.  
  810.  
  811. function mine(doDigDown, doDigUp, outOfPath,doCheckInv) -- Basic Move Forward
  812. if doCheckInv == nil then doCheckInv = true end
  813. if doDigDown == nil then doDigDown = true end
  814. if doDigUp == nil then doDigUp = true end
  815. if outOfPath == nil then outOfPath = false end
  816. if inverted then
  817.   doDigUp, doDigDown = doDigDown, doDigUp --Just Switch the two if inverted
  818. end
  819. if doRefuel and checkFuel() <= fuelTable[fuelSafety]/2 then
  820.   for i=1, 16 do
  821.   if turtle.getItemCount(i) > 0 then
  822.     turtle.select(i)
  823.     if checkFuel() < 200 + fuelTable[fuelSafety] then
  824.       turtle.refuel()
  825.     end
  826.   end
  827.   end
  828. end
  829. local count = 0
  830. while not forward(not outOfPath) do
  831.   sleep(0) --Calls coroutine.yield to prevent errors
  832.   count = count + 1
  833.   if not dig() then
  834.     attack()
  835.   end
  836.   if count > 10 then
  837.     attack()
  838.     sleep(0.2)
  839.   end
  840.   if count > 50 then
  841.     if turtle.getFuelLevel() == 0 then --Don't worry about inf fuel because I modified this function
  842.       saveProgress({doCheckFuel = true})
  843.       error("No more fuel",0)
  844.     elseif yPos > (startY-7) then --If it is near bedrock
  845.       bedrock()
  846.     else --Otherwise just sleep for a bit to avoid sheeps
  847.       sleep(1)
  848.     end
  849.   end
  850. end
  851. checkSanity() --Not kidding... This is necessary
  852. saveProgress(tab)
  853. if doDigUp then
  854. while turtle.detectUp() do
  855.   sleep(0) --Calls coroutine.yield
  856.   if not dig(true,turtle.digUp) then --This needs to be an absolute, because we are switching doDigUp/Down
  857.     attackUp()
  858.     count = count + 1
  859.   end
  860.   if count > 50 and yPos > (startY-7) then --Same deal with bedrock as above
  861.     bedrock()
  862.   end
  863.   end
  864. end
  865. if doDigDown then
  866.  dig(true,turtle.digDown) --This needs to be absolute as well
  867. end
  868. percent = math.ceil(moved/moveVolume*100)
  869. updateDisplay()
  870. isInPath = (not outOfPath) --For rednet
  871. if doCheckInv and careAboutResources then
  872. if moved%invCheckFreq == 0 then
  873.  if isFull(16-keepOpen) then dropOff() end
  874. end; end
  875. if rednetEnabled then biometrics() end
  876. end
  877. --Insanity Checking
  878. function checkSanity()
  879.   if isInPath and not (facing == 0 or facing == 2) and #events == 0 then --If mining and not facing proper direction and not in a turn
  880.     turnTo(0)
  881.     rowCheck = "right"
  882.   end
  883.   if xPos < 0 or xPos > x or zPos < 0 or zPos > z or yPos < 0 then
  884.     saveProgress()
  885.     print("Oops. Detected that quarry was outside of predefined boundaries.")
  886.     print("Please go to my forum thread and report this with a short description of what happened")
  887.     print("If you could also run \"pastebin put Civil_Quarry_Restore\" and give me that code it would be great")
  888.     error("",0)
  889.   end
  890. end
  891.  
  892. local function fromBoolean(input) --Like a calculator
  893. if input then return 1 end
  894. return 0
  895. end
  896. local function multBoolean(first,second) --Boolean multiplication
  897. return (fromBoolean(first) * fromBoolean(second)) == 1
  898. end
  899. function coterminal(num, limit) --I knew this would come in handy :D
  900. limit = limit or 4 --This is for facing
  901. return math.abs((limit*fromBoolean(num < 0))-(math.abs(num)%limit))
  902. end
  903. if tArgs["-manualpos"] then
  904.   facing = coterminal(facing) --Done to improve support for "-manualPos"
  905.   if facing == 0 then rowCheck = "right" elseif facing == 2 then rowCheck = "left" end --Ditto
  906.   relativeXCalc() --Ditto
  907. end
  908.  
  909. --Direction: Front = 0, Right = 1, Back = 2, Left = 3
  910.  
  911. function turnTo(num)
  912.   num = num or facing
  913.   num = coterminal(num) --Prevent errors
  914.   local turnRight = true
  915.   if facing-num == 1 or facing-num == -3 then turnRight = false end --0 - 1 = -3, 1 - 0 = 1, 2 - 1 = 1
  916.   while facing ~= num do          --The above is used to smartly turn
  917.     if turnRight then
  918.       right()
  919.     else
  920.       left()
  921.     end
  922.   end
  923. end
  924. function goto(x,z,y, toFace)
  925. --Will first go to desired z pos, then x pos, y pos varies
  926. x = x or 1; y = y or 1; z = z or 1; toFace = toFace or facing
  927. if yPos > y then --Will go up first if below position
  928.   while yPos~=y do up() end
  929. end
  930. if zPos > z then
  931.   turnTo(3)
  932. elseif zPos < z then
  933.   turnTo(1)
  934. end
  935. while zPos ~= z do mine(false,false,true,false) end
  936. if xPos > x then
  937.   turnTo(2)
  938. elseif xPos < x then
  939.   turnTo(0)
  940. end
  941. while xPos ~= x do mine(false,false,true,false) end
  942. if yPos < y then --Will go down after if above position
  943.   while yPos~=y do down() end
  944. end
  945. turnTo(toFace,"right")
  946. saveProgress()
  947. end
  948. function drop(side, final, allowSkip)
  949. side = sides[side] or "front"    --The final number means that it will
  950. if final then final = 0 else final = 1 end --drop a whole stack at the end
  951. local allowSkip = allowSkip or (final == 0) --This will allow drop(side,t/f, rednetConnected)
  952. count()
  953. if doRefuel then
  954.   for i=1, 16 do
  955.     if slot[i][1] == 2 then
  956.       turtle.select(i); turtle.refuel()
  957.     end
  958.   end
  959.   turtle.select(1)
  960. end
  961. if side == "right" then turnTo(1) end
  962. if side == "left" then turnTo(3) end
  963. local whereDetect, whereDrop1, whereDropAll
  964. local _1 = slot[1][2] - final --All but one if final, all if not final
  965. if side == "top" then
  966. whereDetect = turtle.detectUp ; whereDrop = turtle.dropUp
  967. elseif side == "bottom" then
  968. whereDetect = turtle.detectDown ; whereDrop = turtle.dropDown
  969. else
  970. whereDetect = turtle.detect; whereDrop = turtle.drop
  971. end
  972. local function waitDrop(val) --This will just drop, but wait if it can't
  973.   val = val or 64
  974.   local try = 1
  975.   while not whereDrop(val) do
  976.     print("Chest Full, Try "..try)
  977.     try = try + 1
  978.     sleep(2)
  979.   end
  980. end
  981. repeat
  982. local detected = whereDetect()
  983. if detected then
  984.   waitDrop(_1)
  985.   for i=1, 2 do --This is so I quit flipping missing items when chests are partially filled
  986.     for i=2, 16 do
  987.       if turtle.getItemCount(i) > 0 then
  988.         turtle.select(i)
  989.         waitDrop(nil, i)
  990.       end
  991.     end
  992.   end
  993. elseif not allowSkip then
  994.   print("Waiting for chest placement place a chest to continue")
  995.   while not whereDetect() do
  996.     sleep(1)
  997.   end
  998. end
  999. until detected or allowSkip
  1000. if not allowSkip then totals.cobble = totals.cobble - 1 end
  1001. turtle.select(1)
  1002. end
  1003. function dropOff() --Not local because called in mine()
  1004. local currX,currZ,currY,currFacing = xPos, zPos, yPos, facing
  1005. if careAboutResources and not enderChestEnabled then --Regularly
  1006. eventAdd("goto", 1,1,currY,2) --Need this step for "-startDown"
  1007. eventAdd("goto(0,1,1,2)")
  1008. eventAdd("drop", dropSide,false)
  1009. eventAdd("turnTo(0)")
  1010. eventAdd("mine",false,false,true,false)
  1011. eventAdd("goto(1,1,1, 0)")
  1012. eventAdd("goto", 1, 1, currY, 0)
  1013. eventAdd("goto", currX,currZ,currY,currFacing)
  1014. elseif careAboutResources then --If using an enderChest
  1015. eventAdd("turnTo",currFacing-2)
  1016. eventAdd("dig",false)
  1017. eventAdd("turtle.select",enderChestSlot)
  1018. eventAdd("turtle.place")
  1019. eventAdd("drop","front",false)
  1020. eventAdd("turtle.select", enderChestSlot)
  1021. eventAdd("dig",false)
  1022. eventAdd("turnTo",currFacing)
  1023. eventAdd("turtle.select(1)")
  1024. end
  1025. runAllEvents()
  1026. return true
  1027. end
  1028. function bedrock()
  1029. if checkFuel() == 0 then error("No Fuel",0) end
  1030. local origin = {x = xPos, y = yPos, z = zPos}
  1031. print("Bedrock Detected")
  1032. if turtle.detectUp() then
  1033. print("Block Above")
  1034. local var
  1035. if facing == 0 then var = 2 elseif facing == 2 then var = 0 else error("Was facing left or right on bedrock") end
  1036. goto(xPos,zPos,yPos,var)
  1037. for i=1, relxPos do mine(true,true); end
  1038. end
  1039. goto(0,1,1,2)
  1040. drop(dropSide, true)
  1041. turnTo(0)
  1042. display()
  1043. print("\nFound bedrock at these coordinates: ")
  1044. print(origin.x," Was position in row\n",origin.z," Was row in layer\n",origin.y," Blocks down from start")
  1045. error("",0)
  1046. end
  1047.  
  1048. function endOfRowTurn(startZ, wasFacing, mineFunctionTable)
  1049. local halfFacing = 1
  1050. local toFace = coterminal(wasFacing + 2) --Opposite side
  1051. if zPos == startZ then
  1052.   if facing ~= halfFacing then turnTo(halfFacing) end
  1053.   mine(unpack(mineFunctionTable or {}))
  1054. end
  1055. if facing ~= toFace then
  1056.   turnTo(toFace)
  1057. end
  1058. end
  1059.  
  1060. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1061. --Pre-Mining Stuff dealing with session persistence
  1062. runAllEvents()
  1063. if toQuit then error("",0) end --This means that it was stopped coming for its last drop
  1064.  
  1065. local doDigDown, doDigUp = (lastHeight ~= 1), (lastHeight == 0) --Used in lastHeight
  1066. if not restoreFoundSwitch then --Regularly
  1067.   --Check if it is a mining turtle
  1068.   if not isMiningTurtle then
  1069.     local a, b = turtle.dig()
  1070.     if a then mined = mined + 1; isMiningTurtle = true
  1071.     elseif b == "Nothing to dig with" then
  1072.       print("This is not a mining turtle. To make a mining turtle, craft me together with a diamond pickaxe")
  1073.       error("",0)
  1074.     end
  1075.   end
  1076.   mine(false,false,true) --Get into quarry by going forward one
  1077.   if gpsEnabled and not restoreFoundSwitch then --The initial locate is done in the arguments. This is so I can figure out what quadrant the turtle is in.
  1078.   gpsSecondPos = {gps.locate(gpsTimeout)} --Note: Does not run this if it has already been restarted.
  1079. end
  1080.   for i = 1, startDown do
  1081.     eventAdd("down") --Add a bunch of down events to get to where it needs to be.
  1082.   end
  1083.   runAllEvents()
  1084.   if not(y == 1 or y == 2) then down() end --Go down. If y is one or two, it doesn't need to do this.
  1085. else --restore found
  1086.   if doDigDown then digDown() end
  1087.   if doDigUp then digUp() end  --Get blocks missed before stopped
  1088. end
  1089. --Mining Loops--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1090. turtle.select(1)
  1091. while layersDone <= layers do -------------Height---------
  1092. local lastLayer = layersDone == layers --If this is the last layer
  1093. local secondToLastLayer = (layersDone + 1) == layers --This is for the going down at the end of a layer.
  1094. moved = moved + 1 --To account for the first position in row as "moved"
  1095. if doDigDown then digDown() end --This is because it doesn't mine first block in layer
  1096. if not restoreFoundSwitch then rowCheck = "right" end
  1097. relativeXCalc()
  1098. while zPos <= z do -------------Width----------
  1099. while relxPos < x do ------------Length---------
  1100. mine(not lastLayer or (doDigDown and lastLayer), not lastLayer or (doDigUp and lastLayer)) --This will be the idiom that I use for the mine function
  1101. end ---------------Length End-------
  1102. if zPos ~= z then --If not on last row of section
  1103.   local func
  1104.   if rowCheck == "right" then --Swithcing to next row
  1105.   func = "right"; rowCheck = "left"; else func = "left"; rowCheck = "right" end --Which way to turn
  1106.     eventAdd("endOfRowTurn", zPos, facing , {not lastLayer or (doDigDown and lastLayer), not lastLayer or (doDigUp and lastLayer)}) --The table is passed to the mine function
  1107.     runAllEvents()
  1108. else break
  1109. end
  1110. end ---------------Width End--------
  1111. eventAdd("goto",1,1,yPos,0) --Goto start of layer
  1112. runAllEvents()
  1113. if not lastLayer then --If there is another layer
  1114.   for i=1, 2+fromBoolean(not(lastHeight~=0 and secondToLastLayer)) do down() end --The fromBoolean stuff means that if lastheight is 1 and last and layer, will only go down two
  1115. end
  1116. layersDone = layersDone + 1
  1117. restoreFoundSwitch = false --This is done so that rowCheck works properly upon restore
  1118. end ---------------Height End-------
  1119.  
  1120. eventAdd("goto",1,1,yPos,2) --Allows for startDown variable
  1121. eventAdd("goto",0,1,1,2)
  1122.  
  1123. --Output to a chest or sit there
  1124. if enderChestEnabled and not turtle.detect() then
  1125.   eventAdd("turtle.select",enderChestSlot)
  1126.   eventAdd("turtle.place")
  1127.   eventAdd("turtle.select(1)")
  1128. end
  1129. eventAdd("drop",dropSide, true)
  1130. eventAdd("turnTo(0)")
  1131.  
  1132. --Display was moved above to be used in bedrock function
  1133. eventAdd("display")
  1134. --Log current mining run
  1135. eventAdd("logMiningRun",logExtension)
  1136. toQuit = true --I'll use this flag to clean up
  1137. runAllEvents()
  1138. --Cleanup
  1139. turtle.getFuelLevel = getFuel
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