1. nicatronTg
    Created by nicatronTg
    Apr 30, 2015

    With the plans to cleanup the code for TShock 5.0 well underway, a merge commit, as a result of a suggestion by @GrandPa-G was commit #3,000 to the TShock repository on Github. These past 3,000 commits have been brought to you by 37 individual contributors, 12 of which have write access to TShock. That means that more than half of the contributors have helped fix, tweak, or add features to TShock by sending a pull request.

    Let's make it 3,000 more. Congratulations, and thank you for support of TShock for Terraria!
  2. nicatronTg
    Created by nicatronTg
    Apr 5, 2015
    Welcome to TShock 4.2.10, for Terraria Please take our survey, for a chance to win stickers and improve TShock. Download now, via Github releases.

    Notable changes:
    • Improved SSC packet handling
    • Added FileName to ILog interface.
    • Fixed SQL logging not correctly creating its database table on enable.
    • Added /logout -- logs you out of the current TShock account you're authenticated with.
    • Added /getpos [player] -- gets the location of a player in X, Y coordinates.
    • Added OnPlayerLogout hook.
    • Add time argument to /tempgroup command. Thanks @Wight!
    In addition, we now have automatically generated REST documentation, courtesy of @Olink's craftiness. You can find them on bamboo, and on the wiki when they get updated. The protocol docs were also updated.
  3. nicatronTg
    Created by nicatronTg
    Apr 4, 2015
    Summary: Stickers are now 1/$10 donated. It costs $50/mo to keep the lights on, but we have more expenses than that in some months (around $200-$300 extra).

    We've mailed out our first batch of TShock stickers to the following people who have donated recently or won the Zero Day award. In addition, we've decided to offer stickers to donors at all levels starting now. But before we get to that, let's get to how much it costs to run TShock.

    I've been somewhat quiet about our monthly costs, because our monthly costs vary widely. Of course, we pay for the dedicated hardware and backup systems that run the forums, the update server, the stat tracker, and the Bamboo build service. This monthly cost is $50 per month, but doesn't include things like upgrading the forums, paying for the domains (nyxstudios.co, tshock.co), paid XenForo addons, Amazon S3 (when we've used it), and other expenses that we incur on a semi-irregular basis. If you total those costs, there is around $200-$300 of additional overhead that we have on an irregular basis.

    Most large TShock servers are hosted on hardware that is much more expensive than we pay for. Our infrastructure was planned out to be as minimal as possible, while still able to deliver on performance and high bandwidth usage situations. We use services like CloudFlare to reduce our server bandwidth use and to improve page load times, as well as high performance web server software (like NGINX) to deliver the rest of our services in lighting quick times.

    In order to be more transparent, we will now be publishing the donation amounts for each month in the footer, as well as providing a summary on a regular basis of how we covered each month. These summaries will not be published on the front page, but somewhere else with a log of how we're doing.

    Starting now, we're offering donation levels up to $100, and recurring donations up to $50. For every $10 you donate, you can request a sticker. The sticker requests are in the donor...
  4. Ijwu
    Created by Ijwu
    Mar 23, 2015
    Somehow @Patrikk did it again and now we have a stylish userbar for use in your favorite* forum signature!

    *likely overdone

    Thanks Patrikk!


    If you want to add it to your signature on TerrariaOnline then here's some BBCode prepared for you:
    If you want to add it to your signature on the Terraria Community Forums (TCF) then here's some more prepared BBCode:
  5. nicatronTg
    Created by nicatronTg
    Mar 15, 2015
    Welcome to TShock for Terraria, version 4.2.9 for Terraria This bugfix release primarily solves problems with commands not functioning or displaying correct error messages as a result of adding the silent command specifier in the previous version. Download now.

    Notable changes:
    • The server console can now use the silent command specifier in addition to the normal command specifier when executing commands.
    • Temporary bans now function correctly.
    • The SSC error message is now formatted correctly.
    • The deprecated GetUsers() methods, which returned strings, have been removed in favor of GetUsers(true/false) which returns a List of strings (users) that can be concatenated by developers instead.
    • PlayerCommandEventArgs now passes the command prefix to hooking plugins.
    • Fast people: this is the 4.2.8 thread for 4.2.9 which really does fix temporary bans this time.