RedstoneTools

RedstoneTools, the tools of which make redstoning easier. Yes

RedstoneTools

A collection of tools (mostly WorldEdit-related) for working with redstone

Commands

//rstack

Like WorldEdit’s //stack, but

  • allows the stacked copies to overlap
  • supports more directions, in particular ones used in diagonal building orientations
  • has a flag for expanding the selection to cover the whole stacked area

Usage: //rstack [-e] [direction] [count] [spacing]

  • -e: when specified, the selection is expanded
  • direction: the usual WorldEdit directions. Additionally, u or d may be appended to
    most directions to get a diagonal (in the y-axis) direction. Defaults to me
    (whatever direction you’re looking at)
  • count: how many copies to stack. Defaults to 1.
  • spacing: how far apart copies should be stacked. Defaults to 2 due to that being
    common in redstoning.

NOTE: The order of arguments does not matter apart from count and spacing.

//find [mask]

Search a selected region for a specific WorldEdit material mask.

//signsearch|//ss [regex]

Search a selected region for signs that match a provided regex.

/container

Gives the player a chest, barrel, hopper, or furnace with the proper amount of items to provide a signal strength of specified power.

Usage: /container [type] [power]

  • type: a container of type chest, barrel, hopper, or furnace.
  • power: an integer of range 0 through 15.

/slab

Gives the player an upside-down slab of specified type

Usage: /slab [type]

  • type: a type of slab

Building

gradle build or ./gradlew build

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@PaukkuPalikka Is currently reworking the //signsearch command to fix a regexploit issue. We’ll have that added once it is resolved.

Any other fun things people want to be added in RedstoneTools?

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Is it a forge or fabric mod? or is it a server plugin. I kinda think its forge though.

I think its a plugin

It’s a Spigot server plugin

By the way, we added a command to RedstoneTools.

/autowire or /aw : When enabled, AutoWire places redstone dust on top of the blocks that you are placing given that redstone can be placed on them.

This is useful for many things, specifically bussing. Won’t have to go back through your build and rewire or //overlay redstone_wire. You can also just place the source signal and buss your line real easily, placing repeaters where need be.

Also, combine this with /slab and get some satisfying automatically-wired slab towers going.

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