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    Notes for BlockLauncher Mods

    Since I'm not good at wording, and this is a W.I.P., please offer feedback at clarifying these points and / or let me know ones I'm missing. (Mention or message me on Twitter to check this topic if I don't respond quickly: (at)CtrlAltCuteness)

    Your installed BlockLauncher version MUST be compatible with your installed Minecraft version!

    Common reasons mods may have an error:
    (unrelated to the game crashing)
    • A ModPE call being used only exists in a future version of BlockLauncher.
    • An Android system call is being used that does not work as expected, or does not exist, on your Android device.
    • The implemented Javascript language that your installed BlockLauncher uses does not support a certain feature or syntax layout.
    • There is a typo somewhere.
    • (Might cause a crash) Using a mod which modifies, or adds custom model shapes.

    // -- This hook is missing in the ModPE script dump!
    // can use preventDefault()
    function procCmd(cmd);
    // For info: If the player types '/spam eggs' into chat,
    // the  this is called with the single string "spam eggs"
    Last edited by CtrlAltCuteness; 03-12-2018 at 05:52 PM.

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    BlockLauncher Mods - Example: procCmd hook (dice roller)

    Example: procCmd hook - Dice Roller

    A somewhat complex dice command.
    /dice dice-spec
    dice-spec must be in one of the formats below:
    • n
      Rolls one dice with n sides.
    • ndm
      Rolls n dice with m sides.

    function procCmd(cmd) {
      "use strict"; // Enable strict mode and catch some typos and other
        // slowdowns that are not worth it. It must be the first
        // non-comment in a function to make it apply to the function and
        // everything """created""" inside it.
      // 'mo' means 'match object' when talking about Regular Expressions.
      // (This example is not about Regular Expressions, so it will
      // not be as commented on as the rest of this code.)
      // Add a space to the end and make this easier.
      var mo = /^dice\s([\s\S]*)$/.exec(cmd + " ");
      // A regular expression object's '.exec()' returns
      // the 'null' value if it failed, which is """falsey""".
      if (!mo) return; // This is not our command! Abort!
      // Else it is, and we are always going to use it,
      // so stop anything else from seeing it.
      // If the command was specified but not any arguments,
      // our first capture group in 'mo' will be """falsey""".
      // We also remove all """white-space""" at the start
      // as well as as end to test if that is the case.
      if (!(cmd = mo[1].replace(/^\s+|\s+$/g, ""))) {
        // Task: Add some help text.
        clientMessage(ChatColor.RED + "Add some help text here...");
      // This is the test that an input must match to
      // be considered valid.
      var re = /^(?:([1-9][0-9]*|)[dD])?([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)$/;
      // Our rolled value lies here.
      var result = 0;
      // For a fast way, remove the multi-line
      // comment from this code.
        var arr = cmd.split(/\s+/);
        for (var i = arr.length, n, s; i--; ) {
          if (!(mo = re.exec(arr[i])))
            return clientMessage(ChatColor.RED + "Invalid dice specifier found.");
          for (
              result += (n = (mo[1] ? Number(mo[1]) + 1 : 2)) - 1,
              s = Number(mo[2]);
              result += Math.floor(Math.random() * s)
          ) {}
        return clientMessage(ChatColor.GREEN + "You rolled: " + result);
      // And back to documented code!
      // These may be used several times, so speed us up
      // by creating them only once.
      // 'rollOnce()' as well as 'rollMany()' are separated just
      // because of the fact of adding some explaination-by-code.
      var rollOne = function (sides) {
        return Math.floor(Math.random() * sides) + 1;
      var rollMany = function (count, sides) {
        var result = 0;
        // Trust me on how much faster this is when
        // using 1 million coins (2 sides).
        for (++count; --count; result += rollOne(sides)) {}
        return result;
      // Splitting with '/\s+/' is better for this use.
      // '.every()' is kind-of new to the Javascript standard.
      if (cmd.split(/\s+/).every(function (v, x) {
        if (!(x = re.exec(v))) {
          // 'clientMessage()' returns an 'undefined' value, which is
          // considered 'false' with an 'if' check.
          return clientMessage(ChatColor.RED + "Invalid dice specifier: " + v);
        // Reusing variables to allow a small speedup.
        v = Number(x[1] || 1); // Default is one for "d20", etc.
        x = Number(x[2]);
        // Since 'rollOne()' and by proxy 'rollMany()' never
        // return zero by our input, this will always return
        // a value for a 'true' if check, allowing the
        // '[].every()' to continue on.
        return (result += rollMany(v, x));
      })) clientMessage("You rolled " + result);
    Last edited by CtrlAltCuteness; 03-26-2018 at 11:06 PM. Reason: Updating the code example


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