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1.21 (obsolete) TShock cron command 1.0.6.21

TShock version of Unix cron scheduling processor for commands.

  1. Bump for API 21

    GrandPa-G
    This is the last update for this plugin.
  2. Update for API 19 and TShock 4.3.3 Pre-Release.

    GrandPa-G
    Update for API 19 and TShock 4.3.3 Pre-Release.
  3. Update for API 19 and TShock 4.3.3 Pre-Release.

    GrandPa-G
    Now supports API 19 and TShock 4.3.3 Pre-Release.
  4. Adds @reboot option to crontab file

    GrandPa-G
    An additional schedule option is now supported as documented as alternative crontab options. If a line in the crontab.txt file starts with the phrase @reboot then any command following (separated by a space) will be executed at the time a TShock server starts. This command will only be executed only one time and not be scheduled in the future. This line will be ignored if the -reload option is used.

    One use of this feature is to put the cron -reload command which will start all other cron...
  5. Adds GUI Crontab editor and -delete option

    GrandPa-G
    A new option -delete/-d can now be used as a command to delete a specific scheduled event. User the -list/-l option to view all the scheduled events. The first number before the colon is the eventId.
    View attachment 639
    Then execute the -delete option with that number like:
    View attachment 640

    A new option -edit/-e will display a GUI editor to allow changes to be made to crontab.txt. The editor looks like:

    View attachment 636

    If there is no crontab.txt file, a new blank...
  6. Adds GUI Crontab editor and -delete option

    GrandPa-G
    A new option -delete/-d can now be used as a command to delete a specific scheduled event. User the -list/-l option to view all the scheduled events. The first number before the colon is the eventId.
    list.png
    Then execute the -delete option with that number like:
    delete.png

    A new option -edit/-e will display a GUI editor to allow changes to be made to crontab.txt. The editor looks like:

    View attachment 636

    If there is no crontab.txt file, a new blank...
  7. Adds GUI Crontab editor

    GrandPa-G
    A new option -edit/-e will display a GUI editor to allow changes to be made to crontab.txt. The editor looks like:

    edit.png

    If there is no crontab.txt file, a new blank file will be made. The current crontab.txt file will be displayed when the edit option is invoked. Changes may be made to exiting entries by just editing the column of the grid. New entries may be made by adding information to the bottom of the list. Current entries may be deleted by selecting the row and...
  8. Fixes bad build

    GrandPa-G
    Fixes a bad dll build.
  9. Rebuild dll, bad bind

    GrandPa-G
    This version corrects a bad build that prevented the plugin from working.