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February 16, 2020, 02:19:02 PM

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Minecraft / Re: Server Status
Last post by Lazybones - February 09, 2020, 04:02:56 PM
I have posted a poll about trimming the server map


How aggressive should I trim the world map before 1.16?
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Minecraft / How aggressive should I trim t...
Last post by Lazybones - February 09, 2020, 01:27:55 PM
Hi all I have mcselector working on the current map, it doesn't all fit on one screen but I could visualize some of the differences.. Currently I have not been able to get entity filters to work but time inhabited seems to work perfectly.

https://github.com/Querz/mcaselector#chunk-filter

Unfortunately the nether is very compact so even with fairly aggressive time inhabited value it mostly trims the edges not walked.

The good news is that even when being very aggressive with time no ones base appears to be touched that I have seen.
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Video / Re: "You have a snake guy?" "Y...
Last post by Darren Dirt - February 07, 2020, 02:55:37 PM
Toughen up! Anybody can achieve anything if they REALLY want it:
https://www.reddit.com/r/next@%&#inglevel/comments/crscs5/that_must_have_taken_a_lot_of_practice/
"I'm not saying that this will be in a Jason Statham movie but this probably will be in the next Jason Statham movie."

via https://www.reddit.com/r/HumansAreMetal/


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Video / "You have a snake guy?" "You d...
Last post by Darren Dirt - February 07, 2020, 02:48:01 PM
https://www.reddit.com/r/HumansAreMetal/comments/f08oez/man_offers_water_to_thirsty_cobra/
"Man offers water to thirsty cobra"

^ this video clip is exactly what you would expect it to be.
AKA pure awesomeness.

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Minecraft / Re: Minecraft News: First 1.16...
Last post by Mr. Analog - February 06, 2020, 12:30:21 PM
That would be awesome!

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Minecraft / Minecraft News: First 1.16 Sna...
Last post by Lazybones - February 05, 2020, 07:12:14 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sAY13pIBGm0

Neat... I might have to look hard into map trimming so we can get into these nether bioms.
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Tech Chat / Re: Exceptions versus fail/err...
Last post by Mr. Analog - February 04, 2020, 06:35:45 PM
Yeah there's a special place in hell for people who use exceptions for anything other than EXCEPTIONAL CONDITIONS likely the same mouth breathers who catch and eat an exception without logging or re-throwing - making debugging a royal pain.

//TODO: THIS EXCEPTION ALWAYS HAPPENS
THEN YOU'RE USING IT WRONG
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Tech Chat / Re: Exceptions versus fail/err...
Last post by Darren Dirt - February 04, 2020, 03:27:24 PM
That's where the debate kicks in to high gear.

Many suggest a single "pop up to the main loop" handling of virtually every "exception" but then you start using a framework that uses exceptions to identify non-critical fail conditions and errors and then ... ugh.

I think what the Python community does is smart, from what little I heard, and what miniscule of that I recall. Actually it might not even be Python, idk.
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Tech Chat / Re: Exceptions versus fail/err...
Last post by Mr. Analog - February 03, 2020, 12:27:22 PM
As long as code isn't using exceptions as control flow logic because yikes

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Tech Chat / Exceptions versus fail/error v...
Last post by Darren Dirt - February 03, 2020, 12:14:39 PM
Exceptions versus fail/error values?

The religious debate continues, a new YC thread started 2 hours ago and already has 147 comments/replies. "I'd like to have an aegument please..."

https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=22225170

Cliffs(?) = Both sides are correct.
Depending on [17 different aspects of your particular case]. ;-)

Personally I like how (for example) document.querySelectorAll returns an array always, so if no matches then you can just check if 0==returnedArray.length -- but then what about document.querySelector? Should it return null, or undefined? Or throw an error? Hmmm...

( tbh this YT convo is a nice single place offering a balanced summary of the pros and cons as provided by a bunch of different people with varying developer experience, unlike that mostly-one-sided journey of exploration I travelled 5 months ago researching  checked vs unchecked exceptions in Java



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