1. Wight
    Created by Wight
    Jun 3, 2016
    Today we added two new members to the TShock development team.
    Congratulations to @Patrikk and @George, and thank you both for the hard work and time you've contributed to this project, particularly in getting Terraria patches up and running.
    Keep the contributions coming, and we shall take TShock to even higher heights.
  2. Wight
    Created by Wight
    May 31, 2016
    This release introduces compatibility for Terraria 1.3.1.1, as well as fixing some remaining bugs from the initial 1.3.1 release.

    Thank you to everyone who contributed to getting this patch ready quickly

    You can download the release via GitHub Releases
  3. Wight
    Created by Wight
    May 30, 2016
    This release introduces compatibility for Terraria 1.3.1, and upgrades the API version to 1.23.
    This means that plugins need to be API ticked.

    The following people deserve recognition for their efforts in getting this update ready:
    @cracker64
    @Patrikk
    @Enerdy
    @Wolfje
    @Andrio
    @Colin (and his uber computers)
    @George

    If I missed anyone, let me know.
    Thank you all <3

    Changelog:
    • Added 1.3.1 compatibility support
    • Upgraded the TShock project to use NuGet
    • Added a Concurrent Dictionary<string, object> to TSPlayer so plugins can register data directly to a TSPlayer object

    Download via GitHub releases
  4. Wight
    Created by Wight
    May 15, 2016
    Welcome to TShock 4.3.13 for Terraria 1.3.0.8 (API v1.22). This release fixes some bugs and introduces some new features for developers. Download via Github Releases

    Changelog:
    • Fixed an issue preventing TShock from starting on certain mono versions (@Wolfje)
    • Fixed a deadlock in Wiring (@Wolfje)
    • Fixed character styles/gender not being saved properly on first login while SSC is on (@Wight)
    • Added a PlayerPermission hook fired whenever a permission check involving said player occurs (when the new TSPlayer.HasPermission method is called) (@Enerdy)
    • Resolved an issue where martian invasions and eclipses would have empty messages if AnonymousBossInvasions was set to true (@Wight)
    • Added an optional slime parameter to the rain command, allowing slime rain to be started and stopped. New syntax is rain [slime] <start/stop> (@Wight)
    • Fixed performance issues due to concurrent dictionary access in TSPlayer (@CoderCow)
    • Added an ID property to Regions (@Wight)
    • Fixed an issue where region sizes were calculated incorrectly (@Wight)
    • Fixed a bug in RegionManager preventing regions adding correctly (@pink_panther)
    • Fixed another bug in RegionManager preventing regions adding correctly (@Wight)
    • Fixed a routing issue with the /v2/token/create REST endpoint (@Wight)
    • Removed the /token/create REST endpoint. /v2/token/create should be used instead. (@Wight)
  5. nicatronTg
    Created by nicatronTg
    May 8, 2016
    Just wanted to give everyone a heads up on some recent changes we've made to the forums.

    We've updated XenForo to the latest available version, along with Resource Manager and UI.X/AntiQuark. These changes should fix problems with Resource Manager not updating files, detected by @Professor X and @GrandPa-G. In addition, our backend infrastructure is now on CentOS 7, with PHP 7 & MariaDB. With any luck, these changes will indicate faster page load & response times across the board. We've gone the extra mile and secured additional TLS certificates for the backend web server, so all connections are now encrypted end to end from CloudFlare to us.

    We're also proudly hosted out of a much more reliable data center, run by Limestone Networks. This move was catalyzed by recent performance & reliability degradation at our former host, OVH Canada. While the server costs will increase, our reliability and performance will too. We're going to be working hard to move Bamboo and the rest of the core TShock infrastructure (aside from the statistic tracking engine) to our new provider at Limestone over the coming days.

    Update: Bamboo has moved. You can find it at https://bamboo.tshock.co/.

    Cheers!