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--[[
Portal API for Minetest
See portal_api.txt for documentation
--
Copyright (C) 2020 Treer
Permission to use, copy, modify, and/or distribute this software for
any purpose with or without fee is hereby granted, provided that the
above copyright notice and this permission notice appear in all copies.
THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS" AND THE AUTHOR DISCLAIMS ALL
WARRANTIES WITH REGARD TO THIS SOFTWARE INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR
BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, DIRECT, INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
OR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS,
WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER TORTIOUS ACTION,
ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THIS
SOFTWARE.
]]--
-- setting DEBUG_IGNORE_MODSTORAGE true prevents portals from knowing where other
-- portals are, forcing find_realm_anchorpos() etc. to be executed every time.
local DEBUG_IGNORE_MODSTORAGE = false
nether.registered_portals = {}
nether.registered_portals_count = 0
-- Exposes a list of node names that are used as frame nodes by registered portals
nether.is_frame_node = {}
-- gives the colour values in nether_portals_palette.png that are used by the wormhole colorfacedir
-- hardware colouring.
nether.portals_palette = {
[0] = {r = 128, g = 0, b = 128, asString = "#800080"}, -- traditional/magenta
[1] = {r = 0, g = 0, b = 0, asString = "#000000"}, -- black
[2] = {r = 19, g = 19, b = 255, asString = "#1313FF"}, -- blue
[3] = {r = 55, g = 168, b = 0, asString = "#37A800"}, -- green
[4] = {r = 141, g = 237, b = 255, asString = "#8DEDFF"}, -- cyan
[5] = {r = 221, g = 0, b = 0, asString = "#DD0000"}, -- red
[6] = {r = 255, g = 240, b = 0, asString = "#FFF000"}, -- yellow
[7] = {r = 255, g = 255, b = 255, asString = "#FFFFFF"} -- white
}
if minetest.get_mod_storage == nil then
error(nether.modname .. " does not support Minetest versions earlier than 0.4.16", 0)
end
local S = nether.get_translator
nether.portal_destination_not_found_message =
S("Mysterious forces prevented you from opening that portal. Please try another location")
--[[
Positions
=========
p1 & p2 p1 and p2 is the system used by earlier versions of the nether mod, which the portal_api
is forwards and backwards compatible with.
p1 is the bottom/west/south corner of the portal, and p2 is the opposite corner, together
they define the bounding volume for the portal.
The value of p1 and p2 is kept in the metadata of every node in the portal
WormholePos The location of the node that a portal's target is set to, and a player is teleported
to. It can also be used to test whether a portal is active.
AnchorPos Introduced by the portal_api. Coordinates for portals are normally given in terms of
the AnchorPos. The AnchorPos does not change with portal orientation - portals rotate
around the AnchorPos. Ideally an AnchorPos would be near the bottom center of a portal
shape, but this is not the case with PortalShape_Traditional to keep comptaibility with
earlier versions of the nether mod.
Usually an orientation is required with an AnchorPos.
Orientation is yaw, either 0 or 90, 0 meaning a portal that faces north/south - i.e. obsidian
running east/west.
TimerPos The portal_api replaces ABMs with a single node timer per portal, and the TimerPos is the
node in which that timer is located. Extra metadata is also kept in the TimerPos node.
Portal shapes
=============
For the PortalShape_Traditional implementation, p1, p2, anchorPos, wormholdPos and TimerPos are defined
as follows:
.
+--------+--------+--------+--------+
| | Frame | |
| | | | p2 |
+--------+--------+--------+--------+
| | | |
| | | |
+--------+ + +--------+
| | Wormhole | |
| | | |
+--------+ + +--------+
| |Wormhole | |
| | Pos | |
+--------+--------+--------+--------+
AnchorPos|TimerPos| | |
| p1 | | | |
+--------+--------+--------+--------+
+X/East or +Z/North ----->
A better location for AnchorPos would be directly under WormholePos, as it's more centered
and you don't need to know the portal's orientation to find AnchorPos from the WormholePos
or vice-versa, however AnchorPos is in the bottom/south/west-corner to keep compatibility
with earlier versions of nether mod (which only records portal corners p1 & p2 in the node
metadata).
]]
local facedir_up, facedir_north, facedir_south, facedir_east, facedir_west, facedir_down = 0, 4, 8, 12, 16, 20
local __ = {name = "air", prob = 0}
local AA = {name = "air", prob = 255, force_place = true}
local ON = {name = "default:obsidian", facedir = facedir_north + 0, prob = 255, force_place = true}
local ON2 = {name = "default:obsidian", facedir = facedir_north + 1, prob = 255, force_place = true}
local ON3 = {name = "default:obsidian", facedir = facedir_north + 2, prob = 255, force_place = true}
local ON4 = {name = "default:obsidian", facedir = facedir_north + 3, prob = 255, force_place = true}
local OS = {name = "default:obsidian", facedir = facedir_south, prob = 255, force_place = true}
local OE = {name = "default:obsidian", facedir = facedir_east, prob = 255, force_place = true}
local OW = {name = "default:obsidian", facedir = facedir_west, prob = 255, force_place = true}
local OU = {name = "default:obsidian", facedir = facedir_up + 0, prob = 255, force_place = true}
local OU2 = {name = "default:obsidian", facedir = facedir_up + 1, prob = 255, force_place = true}
local OU3 = {name = "default:obsidian", facedir = facedir_up + 2, prob = 255, force_place = true}
local OU4 = {name = "default:obsidian", facedir = facedir_up + 3, prob = 255, force_place = true}
local OD = {name = "default:obsidian", facedir = facedir_down, prob = 255, force_place = true}
-- facedirNodeList is a list of node references which should have their facedir value copied into
-- param2 before placing a schematic. The facedir values will only be copied when the portal's frame
-- node has a paramtype2 of "facedir" or "colorfacedir".
-- Having schematics provide this list avoids needing to check every node in the schematic volume.
local facedirNodeList = {ON, ON2, ON3, ON4, OS, OE, OW, OU, OU2, OU3, OU4, OD}
-- This object defines a portal's shape, segregating the shape logic code from portal behaviour code.
-- You can create a new "PortalShape" definition object which implements the same
-- functions if you wish to register a custom shaped portal in register_portal(). Examples of other
-- shapes follow after PortalShape_Traditional.
-- Since it's symmetric, this PortalShape definition has only implemented orientations of 0 and 90
nether.PortalShape_Traditional = {
name = "Traditional",
size = vector.new(4, 5, 1), -- size of the portal, and not necessarily the size of the schematic,
-- which may clear area around the portal.
is_horizontal = false, -- whether the wormhole is a vertical or horizontal surface
diagram_image = {
image = "nether_book_diagram_traditional.png", -- The diagram to be shown in the Book of Portals
width = 142,
height = 305
},
-- returns the coords for minetest.place_schematic() that will place the schematic on the anchorPos
get_schematicPos_from_anchorPos = function(anchorPos, orientation)
assert(orientation, "no orientation passed")
if orientation == 0 then
return {x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y, z = anchorPos.z - 2}
else
return {x = anchorPos.x - 2, y = anchorPos.y, z = anchorPos.z }
end
end,
get_wormholePos_from_anchorPos = function(anchorPos, orientation)
assert(orientation, "no orientation passed")
if orientation == 0 then
return {x = anchorPos.x + 1, y = anchorPos.y + 1, z = anchorPos.z }
else
return {x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y + 1, z = anchorPos.z + 1}
end
end,
get_anchorPos_from_wormholePos = function(wormholePos, orientation)
assert(orientation, "no orientation passed")
if orientation == 0 then
return {x = wormholePos.x - 1, y = wormholePos.y - 1, z = wormholePos.z }
else
return {x = wormholePos.x, y = wormholePos.y - 1, z = wormholePos.z - 1}
end
end,
-- p1 and p2 are used to keep maps compatible with earlier versions of this mod.
-- p1 is the bottom/west/south corner of the portal, and p2 is the opposite corner, together
-- they define the bounding volume for the portal.
get_p1_and_p2_from_anchorPos = function(self, anchorPos, orientation)
assert(orientation, "no orientation passed")
assert(self ~= nil and self.name == nether.PortalShape_Traditional.name, "Must pass self as first argument, or use shape:func() instead of shape.func()")
local p1 = anchorPos -- PortalShape_Traditional puts the anchorPos at p1 for backwards&forwards compatibility
local p2
if orientation == 0 then
p2 = {x = p1.x + self.size.x - 1, y = p1.y + self.size.y - 1, z = p1.z }
else
p2 = {x = p1.x, y = p1.y + self.size.y - 1, z = p1.z + self.size.x - 1}
end
return p1, p2
end,
get_anchorPos_and_orientation_from_p1_and_p2 = function(p1, p2)
if p1.z == p2.z then
return p1, 0
elseif p1.x == p2.x then
return p1, 90
else
-- this KISS implementation will break you've made a 3D PortalShape definition
minetest.log("error", "get_anchorPos_and_orientation_from_p1_and_p2 failed on p1=" .. minetest.pos_to_string(p1) .. " p2=" .. minetest.pos_to_string(p2))
end
end,
-- returns true if function was applied to all frame nodes
apply_func_to_frame_nodes = function(anchorPos, orientation, func)
-- a 4x5 portal is small enough that hardcoded positions is simpler that procedural code
local shortCircuited
if orientation == 0 then
-- use short-circuiting of boolean evaluation to allow func() to cause an abort by returning true
shortCircuited =
func({x = anchorPos.x + 0, y = anchorPos.y, z = anchorPos.z}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x + 1, y = anchorPos.y, z = anchorPos.z}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x + 2, y = anchorPos.y, z = anchorPos.z}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x + 3, y = anchorPos.y, z = anchorPos.z}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x + 0, y = anchorPos.y + 4, z = anchorPos.z}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x + 1, y = anchorPos.y + 4, z = anchorPos.z}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x + 2, y = anchorPos.y + 4, z = anchorPos.z}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x + 3, y = anchorPos.y + 4, z = anchorPos.z}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y + 1, z = anchorPos.z}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y + 2, z = anchorPos.z}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y + 3, z = anchorPos.z}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x + 3, y = anchorPos.y + 1, z = anchorPos.z}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x + 3, y = anchorPos.y + 2, z = anchorPos.z}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x + 3, y = anchorPos.y + 3, z = anchorPos.z})
else
shortCircuited =
func({x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y, z = anchorPos.z + 0}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y, z = anchorPos.z + 1}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y, z = anchorPos.z + 2}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y, z = anchorPos.z + 3}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y + 4, z = anchorPos.z + 0}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y + 4, z = anchorPos.z + 1}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y + 4, z = anchorPos.z + 2}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y + 4, z = anchorPos.z + 3}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y + 1, z = anchorPos.z }) or
func({x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y + 2, z = anchorPos.z }) or
func({x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y + 3, z = anchorPos.z }) or
func({x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y + 1, z = anchorPos.z + 3}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y + 2, z = anchorPos.z + 3}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y + 3, z = anchorPos.z + 3})
end
return not shortCircuited
end,
-- returns true if function was applied to all wormhole nodes
apply_func_to_wormhole_nodes = function(anchorPos, orientation, func)
local shortCircuited
if orientation == 0 then
local wormholePos = {x = anchorPos.x + 1, y = anchorPos.y + 1, z = anchorPos.z}
-- use short-circuiting of boolean evaluation to allow func() to cause an abort by returning true
shortCircuited =
func({x = wormholePos.x + 0, y = wormholePos.y + 0, z = wormholePos.z}) or
func({x = wormholePos.x + 1, y = wormholePos.y + 0, z = wormholePos.z}) or
func({x = wormholePos.x + 0, y = wormholePos.y + 1, z = wormholePos.z}) or
func({x = wormholePos.x + 1, y = wormholePos.y + 1, z = wormholePos.z}) or
func({x = wormholePos.x + 0, y = wormholePos.y + 2, z = wormholePos.z}) or
func({x = wormholePos.x + 1, y = wormholePos.y + 2, z = wormholePos.z})
else
local wormholePos = {x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y + 1, z = anchorPos.z + 1}
shortCircuited =
func({x = wormholePos.x, y = wormholePos.y + 0, z = wormholePos.z + 0}) or
func({x = wormholePos.x, y = wormholePos.y + 0, z = wormholePos.z + 1}) or
func({x = wormholePos.x, y = wormholePos.y + 1, z = wormholePos.z + 0}) or
func({x = wormholePos.x, y = wormholePos.y + 1, z = wormholePos.z + 1}) or
func({x = wormholePos.x, y = wormholePos.y + 2, z = wormholePos.z + 0}) or
func({x = wormholePos.x, y = wormholePos.y + 2, z = wormholePos.z + 1})
end
return not shortCircuited
end,
-- Check for whether the portal is blocked in, and if so then provide a safe way
-- on one side for the player to step out of the portal. Suggest including a roof
-- incase the portal was blocked with lava flowing from above.
-- If portal can appear in mid-air then can also check for that and add a platform.
disable_portal_trap = function(anchorPos, orientation)
assert(orientation, "no orientation passed")
-- Not implemented yet. It may not need to be implemented because if you
-- wait in a portal long enough you teleport again. So a trap portal would have to link
-- to one of two blocked-in portals which link to each other - which is possible, but
-- quite extreme.
end,
schematic = {
size = {x = 4, y = 5, z = 5},
data = { -- note that data is upside down
__,__,__,__,
AA,AA,AA,AA,
AA,AA,AA,AA,
AA,AA,AA,AA,
AA,AA,AA,AA,
__,__,__,__,
AA,AA,AA,AA,
AA,AA,AA,AA,
AA,AA,AA,AA,
AA,AA,AA,AA,
ON,OW,OE,ON2,
OU,AA,AA,OU,
OU,AA,AA,OU,
OU,AA,AA,OU,
ON4,OE,OW,ON3,
__,__,__,__,
AA,AA,AA,AA,
AA,AA,AA,AA,
AA,AA,AA,AA,
AA,AA,AA,AA,
__,__,__,__,
AA,AA,AA,AA,
AA,AA,AA,AA,
AA,AA,AA,AA,
AA,AA,AA,AA,
},
facedirNodes = facedirNodeList
}
} -- End of PortalShape_Traditional class
-- Example alternative PortalShape
nether.PortalShape_Circular = {
name = "Circular",
size = vector.new(7, 7, 1), -- size of the portal, and not necessarily the size of the schematic,
-- which may clear area around the portal.
is_horizontal = false, -- whether the wormhole is a vertical or horizontal surface
diagram_image = {
image = "nether_book_diagram_circular.png", -- The diagram to be shown in the Book of Portals
width = 149,
height = 243
},
-- returns the coords for minetest.place_schematic() that will place the schematic on the anchorPos
get_schematicPos_from_anchorPos = function(anchorPos, orientation)
assert(orientation, "no orientation passed")
if orientation == 0 then
return {x = anchorPos.x - 3, y = anchorPos.y, z = anchorPos.z - 3}
else
return {x = anchorPos.x - 3, y = anchorPos.y, z = anchorPos.z - 3 }
end
end,
get_wormholePos_from_anchorPos = function(anchorPos, orientation)
-- wormholePos is the node above anchorPos
return {x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y + 1, z = anchorPos.z}
end,
get_anchorPos_from_wormholePos = function(wormholePos, orientation)
-- wormholePos is the node above anchorPos
return {x = wormholePos.x, y = wormholePos.y - 1, z = wormholePos.z}
end,
-- p1 and p2 are used to keep maps compatible with earlier versions of this mod.
-- p1 is the bottom/west/south corner of the portal, and p2 is the opposite corner, together
-- they define the bounding volume for the portal.
get_p1_and_p2_from_anchorPos = function(self, anchorPos, orientation)
assert(orientation, "no orientation passed")
assert(self ~= nil and self.name == nether.PortalShape_Circular.name, "Must pass self as first argument, or use shape:func() instead of shape.func()")
local p1
local p2
if orientation == 0 then
p1 = {x = anchorPos.x - 3, y = anchorPos.y, z = anchorPos.z }
p2 = {x = p1.x + self.size.x - 1, y = p1.y + self.size.y - 1, z = p1.z }
else
p1 = {x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y, z = anchorPos.z - 3 }
p2 = {x = p1.x, y = p1.y + self.size.y - 1, z = p1.z + self.size.x - 1}
end
return p1, p2
end,
get_anchorPos_and_orientation_from_p1_and_p2 = function(p1, p2)
if p1.z == p2.z then
return {x= p1.x + 3, y = p1.y, z = p1.z }, 0
elseif p1.x == p2.x then
return {x= p1.x, y = p1.y, z = p1.z + 3}, 90
end
end,
apply_func_to_frame_nodes = function(anchorPos, orientation, func)
local shortCircuited
if orientation == 0 then
-- use short-circuiting of boolean evaluation to allow func() to cause an abort by returning true
shortCircuited =
func({x = anchorPos.x + 0, y = anchorPos.y + 0, z = anchorPos.z}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x + 1, y = anchorPos.y + 0, z = anchorPos.z}) or func({x = anchorPos.x - 1, y = anchorPos.y + 0, z = anchorPos.z}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x + 2, y = anchorPos.y + 1, z = anchorPos.z}) or func({x = anchorPos.x - 2, y = anchorPos.y + 1, z = anchorPos.z}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x + 3, y = anchorPos.y + 2, z = anchorPos.z}) or func({x = anchorPos.x - 3, y = anchorPos.y + 2, z = anchorPos.z}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x + 3, y = anchorPos.y + 3, z = anchorPos.z}) or func({x = anchorPos.x - 3, y = anchorPos.y + 3, z = anchorPos.z}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x + 3, y = anchorPos.y + 4, z = anchorPos.z}) or func({x = anchorPos.x - 3, y = anchorPos.y + 4, z = anchorPos.z}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x + 2, y = anchorPos.y + 5, z = anchorPos.z}) or func({x = anchorPos.x - 2, y = anchorPos.y + 5, z = anchorPos.z}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x + 1, y = anchorPos.y + 6, z = anchorPos.z}) or func({x = anchorPos.x - 1, y = anchorPos.y + 6, z = anchorPos.z}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x + 0, y = anchorPos.y + 6, z = anchorPos.z})
else
shortCircuited =
func({x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y + 0, z = anchorPos.z + 0}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y + 0, z = anchorPos.z + 1}) or func({x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y + 0, z = anchorPos.z - 1}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y + 1, z = anchorPos.z + 2}) or func({x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y + 1, z = anchorPos.z - 2}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y + 2, z = anchorPos.z + 3}) or func({x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y + 2, z = anchorPos.z - 3}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y + 3, z = anchorPos.z + 3}) or func({x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y + 3, z = anchorPos.z - 3}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y + 4, z = anchorPos.z + 3}) or func({x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y + 4, z = anchorPos.z - 3}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y + 5, z = anchorPos.z + 2}) or func({x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y + 5, z = anchorPos.z - 2}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y + 6, z = anchorPos.z + 1}) or func({x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y + 6, z = anchorPos.z - 1}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y + 6, z = anchorPos.z + 0})
end
return not shortCircuited
end,
-- returns true if function was applied to all wormhole nodes
apply_func_to_wormhole_nodes = function(anchorPos, orientation, func)
local xRange = 2
local zRange = 0
if orientation ~= 0 then
xRange = 0
zRange = 2
end
local xEdge, yEdge, zEdge
local pos = {}
for x = -xRange, xRange do
pos.x = anchorPos.x + x
xEdge = x == -xRange or x == xRange
for z = -zRange, zRange do
zEdge = z == -zRange or z == zRange
pos.z = anchorPos.z + z
for y = 1, 5 do
yEdge = y == 1 or y == 5
if not (yEdge and xEdge and zEdge) then
pos.y = anchorPos.y + y
if func(pos) then
-- func() caused an abort by returning true
return false
end
end
end
end
end
return true
end,
-- Check for whether the portal is blocked in, and if so then provide a safe way
-- on one side for the player to step out of the portal. Suggest including a roof
-- incase the portal was blocked with lava flowing from above.
-- If portal can appear in mid-air then can also check for that and add a platform.
disable_portal_trap = function(anchorPos, orientation)
assert(orientation, "no orientation passed")
-- Not implemented.
end,
schematic = {
size = {x = 7, y = 7, z = 7},
data = { -- note that data is upside down
__,__,__,__,__,__,__,
__,__,__,__,__,__,__,
__,__,AA,AA,AA,__,__,
__,__,AA,AA,AA,__,__,
__,__,AA,AA,AA,__,__,
__,__,__,__,__,__,__,
__,__,__,__,__,__,__,
__,__,__,__,__,__,__,
__,AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,__,
__,AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,__,
__,AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,__,
__,AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,__,
__,AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,__,
__,__,__,__,__,__,__,
__,__,__,__,__,__,__,
__,AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,__,
AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,
AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,
AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,
__,AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,__,
__,__,AA,AA,AA,__,__,
__,__,OW,OW,OW,__,__,
__,ON,AA,AA,AA,ON2,__,
OU,AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,OD,
OU,AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,OD,
OU,AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,OD,
__,ON4,AA,AA,AA,ON3,__,
__,__,OE,OE,OE,__,__,
__,__,__,__,__,__,__,
__,AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,__,
AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,
AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,
AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,
__,AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,__,
__,__,AA,AA,AA,__,__,
__,__,__,__,__,__,__,
__,AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,__,
__,AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,__,
__,AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,__,
__,AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,__,
__,AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,__,
__,__,__,__,__,__,__,
__,__,__,__,__,__,__,
__,__,__,__,__,__,__,
__,__,AA,AA,AA,__,__,
__,__,AA,AA,AA,__,__,
__,__,AA,AA,AA,__,__,
__,__,__,__,__,__,__,
__,__,__,__,__,__,__,
},
facedirNodes = facedirNodeList
}
} -- End of PortalShape_Circular class
-- Example alternative PortalShape
-- This platform shape is symmetrical around the y-axis, so the orientation value never matters.
nether.PortalShape_Platform = {
name = "Platform",
size = vector.new(5, 2, 5), -- size of the portal, and not necessarily the size of the schematic,
-- which may clear area around the portal.
is_horizontal = true, -- whether the wormhole is a vertical or horizontal surface
diagram_image = {
image = "nether_book_diagram_platform.png", -- The diagram to be shown in the Book of Portals
width = 200,
height = 130
},
-- returns the coords for minetest.place_schematic() that will place the schematic on the anchorPos
get_schematicPos_from_anchorPos = function(anchorPos, orientation)
return {x = anchorPos.x - 2, y = anchorPos.y, z = anchorPos.z - 2}
end,
get_wormholePos_from_anchorPos = function(anchorPos, orientation)
-- wormholePos is the node above anchorPos
return {x = anchorPos.x, y = anchorPos.y + 1, z = anchorPos.z}
end,
get_anchorPos_from_wormholePos = function(wormholePos, orientation)
-- wormholePos is the node above anchorPos
return {x = wormholePos.x, y = wormholePos.y - 1, z = wormholePos.z}
end,
-- p1 and p2 are used to keep maps compatible with earlier versions of this mod.
-- p1 is the bottom/west/south corner of the portal, and p2 is the opposite corner, together
-- they define the bounding volume for the portal.
get_p1_and_p2_from_anchorPos = function(self, anchorPos, orientation)
assert(self ~= nil and self.name == nether.PortalShape_Platform.name, "Must pass self as first argument, or use shape:func() instead of shape.func()")
local p1 = {x = anchorPos.x - 2, y = anchorPos.y, z = anchorPos.z - 2}
local p2 = {x = anchorPos.x + 2, y = anchorPos.y + 1, z = anchorPos.z + 2}
return p1, p2
end,
get_anchorPos_and_orientation_from_p1_and_p2 = function(p1, p2)
return {x= p1.x + 2, y = p1.y, z = p1.z + 2}, 0
end,
apply_func_to_frame_nodes = function(anchorPos, orientation, func)
local shortCircuited
local yPlus1 = anchorPos.y + 1
-- use short-circuiting of boolean evaluation to allow func() to cause an abort by returning true
shortCircuited =
func({x = anchorPos.x - 2, y = yPlus1, z = anchorPos.z - 1}) or func({x = anchorPos.x + 2, y = yPlus1, z = anchorPos.z - 1}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x - 2, y = yPlus1, z = anchorPos.z }) or func({x = anchorPos.x + 2, y = yPlus1, z = anchorPos.z }) or
func({x = anchorPos.x - 2, y = yPlus1, z = anchorPos.z + 1}) or func({x = anchorPos.x + 2, y = yPlus1, z = anchorPos.z + 1}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x - 1, y = yPlus1, z = anchorPos.z - 2}) or func({x = anchorPos.x - 1, y = yPlus1, z = anchorPos.z + 2}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x , y = yPlus1, z = anchorPos.z - 2}) or func({x = anchorPos.x , y = yPlus1, z = anchorPos.z + 2}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x + 1, y = yPlus1, z = anchorPos.z - 2}) or func({x = anchorPos.x + 1, y = yPlus1, z = anchorPos.z + 2}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x - 1, y = anchorPos.y, z = anchorPos.z - 1}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x - 1, y = anchorPos.y, z = anchorPos.z }) or
func({x = anchorPos.x - 1, y = anchorPos.y, z = anchorPos.z + 1}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x , y = anchorPos.y, z = anchorPos.z - 1}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x , y = anchorPos.y, z = anchorPos.z }) or
func({x = anchorPos.x , y = anchorPos.y, z = anchorPos.z + 1}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x + 1, y = anchorPos.y, z = anchorPos.z - 1}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x + 1, y = anchorPos.y, z = anchorPos.z }) or
func({x = anchorPos.x + 1, y = anchorPos.y, z = anchorPos.z + 1})
return not shortCircuited
end,
-- returns true if function was applied to all wormhole nodes
apply_func_to_wormhole_nodes = function(anchorPos, orientation, func)
local shortCircuited
local yPlus1 = anchorPos.y + 1
-- use short-circuiting of boolean evaluation to allow func() to cause an abort by returning true
shortCircuited =
func({x = anchorPos.x - 1, y = yPlus1, z = anchorPos.z - 1}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x - 1, y = yPlus1, z = anchorPos.z }) or
func({x = anchorPos.x - 1, y = yPlus1, z = anchorPos.z + 1}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x , y = yPlus1, z = anchorPos.z - 1}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x , y = yPlus1, z = anchorPos.z }) or
func({x = anchorPos.x , y = yPlus1, z = anchorPos.z + 1}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x + 1, y = yPlus1, z = anchorPos.z - 1}) or
func({x = anchorPos.x + 1, y = yPlus1, z = anchorPos.z }) or
func({x = anchorPos.x + 1, y = yPlus1, z = anchorPos.z + 1})
return not shortCircuited
end,
-- Check for suffocation
disable_portal_trap = function(anchorPos, orientation)
-- Not implemented.
end,
schematic = {
size = {x = 5, y = 5, z = 5},
data = { -- note that data is upside down
__,__,__,__,__,
OU4,OW,OW,OW,OU3,
__,AA,AA,AA,__,
__,AA,AA,AA,__,
__,__,__,__,__,
__,OU4,OW,OU3,__,
ON,AA,AA,AA,OS,
AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,
AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,
__,AA,AA,AA,__,
__,ON,OD,OS,__,
ON,AA,AA,AA,OS,
AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,
AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,
__,AA,AA,AA,__,
__,OU,OE,OU2,__,
ON,AA,AA,AA,OS,
AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,
AA,AA,AA,AA,AA,
__,AA,AA,AA,__,
__,__,__,__,__,
OU,OE,OE,OE,OU2,
__,AA,AA,AA,__,
__,AA,AA,AA,__,
__,__,__,__,__,
},
facedirNodes = facedirNodeList
}
} -- End of PortalShape_Platform class
--====================================================--
--======== End of PortalShape implementations ========--
--====================================================--
-- Portal implementation functions --
-- =============================== --
local debugf = nether.debug
local ignition_item_name
local mod_storage = minetest.get_mod_storage()
local meseconsAvailable = minetest.get_modpath("mesecon") ~= nil and minetest.global_exists("mesecon")
local book_added_as_treasure = false
local function get_timerPos_from_p1_and_p2(p1, p2)
-- Pick a frame node for the portal's timer.
--
-- The timer event will need to know the portal definition, which can be determined by
-- what the portal frame is made from, so the timer node should be on the frame.
-- The timer event will also need to know its portal orientation, but unless someone
-- makes a cubic portal shape, orientation can be determined from p1 and p2 in the node's
-- metadata (frame nodes don't have orientation set in param2 like wormhole nodes do).
--
-- We shouldn't pick p1 or p2 as it's possible for two orthogonal portals to share
-- the same p1, etc. - or at least it was - there's code to try to stop that now.
--
-- I'll pick the bottom center node of the portal, since that works for rectangular portals
-- and if someone want to make a circular portal then that positon will still likely be part
-- of the frame.
return {
x = math.floor((p1.x + p2.x) / 2),
y = p1.y,
z = math.floor((p1.z + p2.z) / 2),
}
end
-- orientation is the yaw rotation degrees passed to place_schematic: 0, 90, 180, or 270
-- color is a value from 0 to 7 corresponding to the color of pixels in nether_portals_palette.png
-- portal_is_horizontal is a bool indicating whether the portal lies flat or stands vertically
local function get_colorfacedir_from_color_and_orientation(color, orientation, portal_is_horizontal)
assert(orientation, "no orientation passed")
local axis_direction, rotation
local dir = math.floor((orientation % 360) / 90 + 0.5)
-- if the portal is vertical then node axis direction will be +Y (up) and portal orientation
-- will set the node's rotation.
-- if the portal is horizontal then the node axis direction reflects the yaw orientation and
-- the node's rotation will be whatever's needed to keep the texture horizontal (either 0 or 1)
if portal_is_horizontal then
if dir == 0 then axis_direction = 1 end -- North
if dir == 1 then axis_direction = 3 end -- East
if dir == 2 then axis_direction = 2 end -- South
if dir == 3 then axis_direction = 4 end -- West
rotation = math.floor(axis_direction / 2); -- a rotation is only needed if axis_direction is east or west
else
axis_direction = 0 -- 0 is up, or +Y
rotation = dir
end
-- wormhole nodes have a paramtype2 of colorfacedir, which means the
-- high 3 bits are palette, followed by 3 direction bits and 2 rotation bits.
-- We set the palette bits and rotation
return rotation + axis_direction * 4 + color * 32
end
local function get_orientation_from_colorfacedir(param2)
local axis_direction = 0
-- Strip off the top 6 bits to leave the 2 rotation bits, unfortunately MT lua has no bitwise '&'
-- (high 3 bits are palette, followed by 3 direction bits then 2 rotation bits)
if param2 >= 128 then param2 = param2 - 128 end
if param2 >= 64 then param2 = param2 - 64 end
if param2 >= 32 then param2 = param2 - 32 end
if param2 >= 16 then param2 = param2 - 16; axis_direction = axis_direction + 4 end
if param2 >= 8 then param2 = param2 - 8; axis_direction = axis_direction + 2 end
if param2 >= 4 then param2 = param2 - 4; axis_direction = axis_direction + 1 end
-- if the portal is vertical then node axis direction will be +Y (up) and portal orientation
-- will set the node's rotation.
-- if the portal is horizontal then the node axis direction reflects the yaw orientation and
-- the node's rotation will be whatever's needed to keep the texture horizontal (either 0 or 1)
if axis_direction == 0 or axis_direction == 5 then
-- portal is vertical
return param2 * 90
else
if axis_direction == 1 then return 0 end
if axis_direction == 3 then return 90 end
if axis_direction == 2 then return 180 end
if axis_direction == 4 then return 270 end
end
end
-- We want wormhole nodes to only emit mesecon energy orthogonally to the
-- wormhole surface so that the wormhole will not send power to the frame,
-- this allows the portal frame to listen for mesecon energy from external switches/wires etc.
function get_mesecon_emission_rules_from_colorfacedir(param2)
local axis_direction = 0
-- Strip off the top 6 bits to leave the 2 rotation bits, unfortunately MT lua has no bitwise '&'
-- (high 3 bits are palette, followed by 3 direction bits then 2 rotation bits)
if param2 >= 128 then param2 = param2 - 128 end
if param2 >= 64 then param2 = param2 - 64 end
if param2 >= 32 then param2 = param2 - 32 end
if param2 >= 16 then param2 = param2 - 16; axis_direction = axis_direction + 4 end
if param2 >= 8 then param2 = param2 - 8; axis_direction = axis_direction + 2 end
if param2 >= 4 then param2 = param2 - 4; axis_direction = axis_direction + 1 end
-- if the portal is vertical then node axis_direction will be +Y (up) and node rotation
-- will reflect the portal's yaw orientation.
-- If the portal is horizontal then the node axis direction reflects the yaw orientation and
-- the node's rotation will be whatever's needed to keep the texture horizontal (either 0 or 1)
local rules
if axis_direction == 0 or axis_direction == 5 then
-- portal is vertical
rules = {{x = 0, y = 0, z = 1}, {x = 0, y = 0, z = -1}}
if param2 % 2 ~= 0 then
rules = mesecon.rotate_rules_right(rules)
end
else
-- portal is horizontal, only emit up
rules = {{x = 0, y = 1, z = 0}}
end
return rules
end
nether.get_mesecon_emission_rules_from_colorfacedir = get_mesecon_emission_rules_from_colorfacedir -- make the function available to nodes.lua
-- Combining frame_node_name, p1, and p2 will always be enough to uniquely identify a portal_definition
-- WITHOUT needing to inspect the world. register_portal() will enforce this.
-- This function does not require the portal to be in a loaded chunk.
-- Returns nil if no portal_definition matches the arguments
local function get_portal_definition(frame_node_name, p1, p2)
local size = vector.add(vector.subtract(p2, p1), 1)
local rotated_size = {x = size.z, y = size.y, z = size.x}
for _, portal_def in pairs(nether.registered_portals) do
if portal_def.frame_node_name == frame_node_name then
if vector.equals(size, portal_def.shape.size) or vector.equals(rotated_size, portal_def.shape.size) then
return portal_def
end
end
end
return nil
end
-- Returns a list of all portal_definitions with a frame made of frame_node_name.
-- Ideally no two portal types will be built from the same frame material so this call might be enough
-- to uniquely identify a portal_definition without needing to inspect the world, HOWEVER we shouldn't
-- cramp anyone's style and prohibit non-nether use of obsidian to make portals, so it returns a list.
-- If the list contains more than one item then routines like ignite_portal() will have to search twice
-- for a portal and take twice the CPU.
local function list_portal_definitions_for_frame_node(frame_node_name)
local result = {}
for _, portal_def in pairs(nether.registered_portals) do
if portal_def.frame_node_name == frame_node_name then table.insert(result, portal_def) end
end
return result
end
-- Add portal information to mod storage, so new portals may find existing portals near the target location.
-- Do this whenever a portal is created or changes its ignition state
local function store_portal_location_info(portal_name, anchorPos, orientation, ignited)
if not DEBUG_IGNORE_MODSTORAGE then
local key = minetest.pos_to_string(anchorPos) .. " is " .. portal_name
debugf("Adding/updating portal in mod_storage: " .. key)
mod_storage:set_string(
key,
minetest.serialize({orientation = orientation, active = ignited})
)
end
end
-- Remove portal information from mod storage.
-- Do this if a portal frame is destroyed such that it cannot be ignited anymore.
local function remove_portal_location_info(portal_name, anchorPos)
if not DEBUG_IGNORE_MODSTORAGE then
local key = minetest.pos_to_string(anchorPos) .. " is " .. portal_name
debugf("Removing portal from mod_storage: " .. key)
mod_storage:set_string(key, "")
end
end
-- Returns a table of the nearest portals to anchorPos indexed by distance, based on mod_storage
-- data.
-- Only portals in the same realm as the anchorPos will be returned, even if y_factor is 0.
-- WARNING: Portals are not checked, and inactive portals especially may have been damaged without
-- being removed from the mod_storage data. Check these portals still exist before using them, and
-- invoke remove_portal_location_info() on any found to no longer exist.
--
-- A y_factor of 0 means y does not affect the distance_limit, a y_factor of 1 means y is included,
-- and a y_factor of 2 would squash the search-sphere by a factor of 2 on the y-axis, etc.
-- Pass a nil or negative distance_limit to indicate no distance limit
local function list_closest_portals(portal_definition, anchorPos, distance_limit, y_factor)
local result = {}
if not DEBUG_IGNORE_MODSTORAGE then
local isRealm = portal_definition.is_within_realm(anchorPos)
if distance_limit == nil then distance_limit = -1 end
if y_factor == nil then y_factor = 1 end
for key, value in pairs(mod_storage:to_table().fields) do
local closingBrace = key:find(")", 6, true)
if closingBrace ~= nil then
local found_anchorPos = minetest.string_to_pos(key:sub(0, closingBrace))
if found_anchorPos ~= nil and portal_definition.is_within_realm(found_anchorPos) == isRealm then
local found_name = key:sub(closingBrace + 5)
if found_name == portal_definition.name then
local x = anchorPos.x - found_anchorPos.x
local y = anchorPos.y - found_anchorPos.y
local z = anchorPos.z - found_anchorPos.z
local distance = math.hypot(y * y_factor, math.hypot(x, z))
if distance <= distance_limit or distance_limit < 0 then
local info = minetest.deserialize(value) or {}
debugf("found %s listed at distance %.2f (within %.2f) from dest %s, found: %s orientation %s", found_name, distance, distance_limit, anchorPos, found_anchorPos, info.orientation)
info.anchorPos = found_anchorPos
info.distance = distance
result[distance] = info
end
end
end
end
end
end
return result
end
-- the timerNode is used to keep the metadata as that node already needs to be known any time a portal is stopped or run
-- see also ambient_sound_stop()
function ambient_sound_play(portal_definition, soundPos, timerNodeMeta)
if portal_definition.sounds.ambient ~= nil then
local soundLength = portal_definition.sounds.ambient.length
if soundLength == nil then soundLength = 3 end
local lastPlayed = timerNodeMeta:get_int("ambient_sound_last_played")
-- Using "os.time() % soundLength == 0" is lightweight but means delayed starts, so trying a stored lastPlayed
if os.time() >= lastPlayed + soundLength then
local soundHandle = minetest.sound_play(portal_definition.sounds.ambient, {pos = soundPos, max_hear_distance = 8})
if timerNodeMeta ~= nil then
timerNodeMeta:set_int("ambient_sound_handle", soundHandle)
timerNodeMeta:set_int("ambient_sound_last_played", os.time())
end
end
end
end
-- the timerNode is used to keep the metadata as that node already needs to be known any time a portal is stopped or run
-- see also ambient_sound_play()
function ambient_sound_stop(timerNodeMeta)
if timerNodeMeta ~= nil then
local soundHandle = timerNodeMeta:get_int("ambient_sound_handle")
minetest.sound_fade(soundHandle, -3, 0)
-- clear the metadata
timerNodeMeta:set_string("ambient_sound_handle", "")
timerNodeMeta:set_string("ambient_sound_last_played", "")
end
end
-- WARNING - this is invoked by on_destruct, so you can't assume there's an accesible node at pos
-- Returns true if a portal was found to extinguish
function extinguish_portal(pos, node_name, frame_was_destroyed)
-- mesecons seems to invoke action_off() 6 times every time you place a block?
debugf("extinguish_portal %s %s", pos, node_name)
local meta = minetest.get_meta(pos)
local p1 = minetest.string_to_pos(meta:get_string("p1"))
local p2 = minetest.string_to_pos(meta:get_string("p2"))
local target = minetest.string_to_pos(meta:get_string("target"))
if p1 == nil or p2 == nil then
debugf(" no active portal found to extinguish")
return false
end
local portal_definition = get_portal_definition(node_name, p1, p2)
if portal_definition == nil then
minetest.log("error", "extinguish_portal() invoked on " .. node_name .. " but no registered portal is constructed from " .. node_name)
return false -- no portal frames are made from this type of node
end
if portal_definition.sounds.extinguish ~= nil then
minetest.sound_play(portal_definition.sounds.extinguish, {pos = p1})
end
-- stop timer and ambient sound
local timerPos = get_timerPos_from_p1_and_p2(p1, p2)
minetest.get_node_timer(timerPos):stop()
ambient_sound_stop(minetest.get_meta(timerPos))
-- update the ignition state in the portal location info
local anchorPos, orientation = portal_definition.shape.get_anchorPos_and_orientation_from_p1_and_p2(p1, p2)
if frame_was_destroyed then
remove_portal_location_info(portal_definition.name, anchorPos)
else
store_portal_location_info(portal_definition.name, anchorPos, orientation, false)
end
local frame_node_name = portal_definition.frame_node_name
local wormhole_node_name = portal_definition.wormhole_node_name
for x = p1.x, p2.x do
for y = p1.y, p2.y do
for z = p1.z, p2.z do
local clearPos = {x = x, y = y, z = z}
local nn = minetest.get_node(clearPos).name
if nn == frame_node_name or nn == wormhole_node_name then
if nn == wormhole_node_name then
minetest.remove_node(clearPos)
if meseconsAvailable then mesecon.receptor_off(clearPos) end
end
local m = minetest.get_meta(clearPos)
m:set_string("p1", "")
m:set_string("p2", "")
m:set_string("target", "")
m:set_string("portal_type", "")
end
end
end
end
if target ~= nil then
debugf(" attempting to also extinguish target with wormholePos %s", target)
extinguish_portal(target, node_name)
end
if portal_definition.on_extinguish ~= nil then
portal_definition.on_extinguish(portal_definition, anchorPos, orientation)
end
return true
end
-- Note: will extinguish any portal using the same nodes that are being set
local function set_portal_metadata(portal_definition, anchorPos, orientation, destination_wormholePos, ignite)
ignite = ignite or false;
debugf("set_portal_metadata(ignite=%s) at %s orient %s, setting to target %s", ignite, anchorPos, orientation, destination_wormholePos)
-- Portal position is stored in metadata as p1 and p2 to keep maps compatible with earlier versions of this mod.
-- p1 is the bottom/west/south corner of the portal, and p2 is the opposite corner, together
-- they define the bounding volume for the portal.
local p1, p2 = portal_definition.shape:get_p1_and_p2_from_anchorPos(anchorPos, orientation)
local p1_string, p2_string = minetest.pos_to_string(p1), minetest.pos_to_string(p2)
local param2 = get_colorfacedir_from_color_and_orientation(portal_definition.wormhole_node_color, orientation, portal_definition.shape.is_horizontal)
local mesecon_rules
if ignite and meseconsAvailable then mesecon_rules = get_mesecon_emission_rules_from_colorfacedir(param2) end
local update_aborted-- using closures to allow the updateFunc to return extra information - by setting this variable
local updateFunc = function(pos)
local meta = minetest.get_meta(pos)
if ignite then
local node_name = minetest.get_node(pos).name
if node_name == "air" then
minetest.set_node(pos, {name = portal_definition.wormhole_node_name, param2 = param2})
if meseconsAvailable then mesecon.receptor_on(pos, mesecon_rules) end
end
local existing_p1 = meta:get_string("p1")
if existing_p1 ~= "" then
local existing_p2 = meta:get_string("p2")
if existing_p1 ~= p1_string or existing_p2 ~= p2_string then
debugf("set_portal_metadata() found existing metadata from another portal: existing_p1 %s, existing_p2 %s, p1 %s, p2 %s, will extinguish existing portal...", existing_p1, existing_p2, p1_string, p2_string)
-- this node is already part of another portal, so extinguish that, because nodes only
-- contain a link in the metadata to one portal, and being part of two allows a slew of bugs
extinguish_portal(pos, node_name, false)
-- clear the metadata to avoid causing a loop if extinguish_portal() fails on this node (e.g. it only works on frame nodes)
meta:set_string("p1", nil)
meta:set_string("p2", nil)
meta:set_string("target", nil)
meta:set_string("portal_type", nil)
update_aborted = true
return true -- short-circuit the update
end
end
end
meta:set_string("p1", minetest.pos_to_string(p1))
meta:set_string("p2", minetest.pos_to_string(p2))
meta:set_string("target", minetest.pos_to_string(destination_wormholePos))
if portal_definition.name ~= "nether_portal" then
-- Legacy portals won't have this extra metadata, so don't rely on it.
-- It's not strictly necessary for PortalShape_Traditional as we know that p1 is part of
-- the frame and we can look up the portal type from p1, p2, and frame node name.
-- Being able to read this from the metadata means other portal shapes needn't have their
-- frame at the timerPos, it may handle unloaded nodes better, and it saves an extra call
-- to minetest.getnode().
meta:set_string("portal_type", portal_definition.name)
end
end
repeat
update_aborted = false
portal_definition.shape.apply_func_to_frame_nodes(anchorPos, orientation, updateFunc)
portal_definition.shape.apply_func_to_wormhole_nodes(anchorPos, orientation, updateFunc)
until not update_aborted
local timerPos = get_timerPos_from_p1_and_p2(p1, p2)
minetest.get_node_timer(timerPos):start(1)
store_portal_location_info(portal_definition.name, anchorPos, orientation, true)
end
local function set_portal_metadata_and_ignite(portal_definition, anchorPos, orientation, destination_wormholePos)
set_portal_metadata(portal_definition, anchorPos, orientation, destination_wormholePos, true)
end
-- this function returns two bools: portal found, portal is lit
local function is_portal_at_anchorPos(portal_definition, anchorPos, orientation, force_chunk_load)
local nodes_are_valid -- using closures to allow the check functions to return extra information - by setting this variable
local portal_is_ignited -- using closures to allow the check functions to return extra information - by setting this variable
local frame_node_name = portal_definition.frame_node_name
local check_frame_Func = function(check_pos)
local foundName = minetest.get_node(check_pos).name
if foundName ~= frame_node_name then
if force_chunk_load and foundName == "ignore" then
-- area isn't loaded, force loading/emerge of check area
minetest.get_voxel_manip():read_from_map(check_pos, check_pos)
foundName = minetest.get_node(check_pos).name
debugf("Forced loading of 'ignore' node at %s, got %s", check_pos, foundName)
if foundName ~= frame_node_name then
nodes_are_valid = false
return true -- short-circuit the search
end
else
nodes_are_valid = false
return true -- short-circuit the search
end
end
end
local wormhole_node_name = portal_definition.wormhole_node_name
local check_wormhole_Func = function(check_pos)
local node_name = minetest.get_node(check_pos).name
if node_name ~= wormhole_node_name then
portal_is_ignited = false;
if node_name ~= "air" then
nodes_are_valid = false
return true -- short-circuit the search
end
end
end
nodes_are_valid = true
portal_is_ignited = true
portal_definition.shape.apply_func_to_frame_nodes(anchorPos, orientation, check_frame_Func) -- check_frame_Func affects nodes_are_valid, portal_is_ignited
if nodes_are_valid then
-- a valid frame exists at anchorPos, check the wormhole is either ignited or unobstructed
portal_definition.shape.apply_func_to_wormhole_nodes(anchorPos, orientation, check_wormhole_Func) -- check_wormhole_Func affects nodes_are_valid, portal_is_ignited
end
return nodes_are_valid, portal_is_ignited and nodes_are_valid -- returns two bools: portal was found, portal is lit
end
-- Checks pos, and if it's part of a portal or portal frame then three values are returned: anchorPos, orientation, is_ignited
-- where orientation is 0 or 90 (0 meaning a portal that faces north/south - i.e. obsidian running east/west)
local function is_within_portal_frame(portal_definition, pos)
local width_minus_1 = portal_definition.shape.size.x - 1
local height_minus_1 = portal_definition.shape.size.y - 1
local depth_minus_1 = portal_definition.shape.size.z - 1
for d = -depth_minus_1, depth_minus_1 do
for w = -width_minus_1, width_minus_1 do
for y = -height_minus_1, height_minus_1 do
local testAnchorPos_x = {x = pos.x + w, y = pos.y + y, z = pos.z + d}
local portal_found, portal_lit = is_portal_at_anchorPos(portal_definition, testAnchorPos_x, 0, true)
if portal_found then
return testAnchorPos_x, 0, portal_lit
else
-- try orthogonal orientation
local testForAnchorPos_z = {x = pos.x + d, y = pos.y + y, z = pos.z + w}
portal_found, portal_lit = is_portal_at_anchorPos(portal_definition, testForAnchorPos_z, 90, true)
if portal_found then return testForAnchorPos_z, 90, portal_lit end
end
end
end
end
end
-- sets param2 values in the schematic to match facedir values, or 0 if the portalframe-nodedef doesn't use facedir
local function set_schematic_param2(schematic_table, frame_node_name, frame_node_color)
local paramtype2 = minetest.registered_nodes[frame_node_name].paramtype2
local isFacedir = paramtype2 == "facedir" or paramtype2 == "colorfacedir"
if schematic_table.facedirNodes ~= nil then
for _, node in ipairs(schematic_table.facedirNodes) do
if isFacedir and node.facedir ~= nil then
-- frame_node_color can be nil
local colorBits = (frame_node_color or math.floor((node.param2 or 0) / 32)) * 32
node.param2 = node.facedir + colorBits
else
node.param2 = 0
end
end
end
end
local function build_portal(portal_definition, anchorPos, orientation, destination_wormholePos)
set_schematic_param2(portal_definition.shape.schematic, portal_definition.frame_node_name, portal_definition.frame_node_color)
minetest.place_schematic(
portal_definition.shape.get_schematicPos_from_anchorPos(anchorPos, orientation),
portal_definition.shape.schematic,
orientation,
{ -- node replacements
["default:obsidian"] = portal_definition.frame_node_name,
},
true
)
-- set the param2 on wormhole nodes to ensure they are the right color
local wormholeNode = {
name = portal_definition.wormhole_node_name,
param2 = get_colorfacedir_from_color_and_orientation(portal_definition.wormhole_node_color, orientation, portal_definition.shape.is_horizontal)
}
portal_definition.shape.apply_func_to_wormhole_nodes(
anchorPos,
orientation,
function(pos) minetest.swap_node(pos, wormholeNode) end
)
debugf("Placed %s portal schematic at %s, orientation %s", portal_definition.name, portal_definition.shape.get_schematicPos_from_anchorPos(anchorPos, orientation), orientation)
set_portal_metadata(portal_definition, anchorPos, orientation, destination_wormholePos)
if portal_definition.on_created ~= nil then
portal_definition.on_created(portal_definition, anchorPos, orientation)
end
end
-- Sometimes after a portal is placed, concurrent mapgen routines overwrite it.
-- Make portals immortal for ~20 seconds after creation
local function remote_portal_checkup(elapsed, portal_definition, anchorPos, orientation, destination_wormholePos)
debugf("portal checkup at %d seconds", elapsed)
local wormholePos = portal_definition.shape.get_wormholePos_from_anchorPos(anchorPos, orientation)
local wormhole_node = minetest.get_node_or_nil(wormholePos)
local portalFound, portalLit = false, false
if wormhole_node ~= nil and wormhole_node.name == portal_definition.wormhole_node_name then
-- a wormhole node was there, but check the whole frame is intact
portalFound, portalLit = is_portal_at_anchorPos(portal_definition, anchorPos, orientation, false)
end
if not portalFound or not portalLit then
-- ruh roh
local message = "Newly created portal at " .. minetest.pos_to_string(anchorPos) .. " was overwritten. Attempting to recreate. Issue spotted after " .. elapsed .. " seconds"
minetest.log("warning", message)
debugf("!!! " .. message)
-- A pre-existing portal frame wouldn't have been immediately overwritten, so no need to check for one, just place the portal.
build_portal(portal_definition, anchorPos, orientation, destination_wormholePos)
end
if elapsed < 10 then -- stop checking after ~20 seconds
local delay = elapsed * 2
minetest.after(delay, remote_portal_checkup, elapsed + delay, portal_definition, anchorPos, orientation, destination_wormholePos)
end
end
-- Used to find or build the remote twin after a portal is opened.
-- If a portal is found that is already lit then it will be extinguished first and its destination_wormholePos updated,
-- this is to enforce that portals only link together in mutual pairs. It would be better for gameplay if I didn't apply
-- that restriction, but it would require maintaining an accurate list of every portal that links to a portal so they
-- could be updated if the portal is destroyed. To keep the code simple I'm going to limit portals to only being the
-- destination of one lit portal at a time.
-- * suggested_wormholePos indicates where the portal should be built - note this not an anchorPos!
-- * suggested_orientation is the suggested schematic rotation to use if no useable portal is found at suggested_wormholePos:
-- 0, 90, 180, 270 (0 meaning a portal that faces north/south - i.e. obsidian running east/west)
-- * destination_wormholePos is the wormholePos of the destination portal this one will be linked to.
--
-- Returns the final (anchorPos, orientation), as they may differ from the anchorPos and orientation that was
-- specified if an existing portal was already found there.
local function locate_or_build_portal(portal_definition, suggested_wormholePos, suggested_orientation, destination_wormholePos)
debugf("locate_or_build_portal() called at wormholePos%s with suggested orient %s, targeted to %s", suggested_wormholePos, suggested_orientation, destination_wormholePos)
local result_anchorPos;
local result_orientation;
-- Searching for an existing portal at wormholePos seems better than at anchorPos, though isn't important
local found_anchorPos, found_orientation, is_ignited = is_within_portal_frame(portal_definition, suggested_wormholePos) -- can be optimized - check for portal at exactly suggested_wormholePos first
if found_anchorPos ~= nil then
-- A portal is already here, we don't have to build one, though we may need to ignite it
result_anchorPos = found_anchorPos
result_orientation = found_orientation
if is_ignited then
-- We're about to link to this portal, so if it's already linked to a different portal then
-- extinguish it, to update the state of the about-to-be-orphaned portal.
local result_target_str = minetest.get_meta(result_anchorPos):get_string("target")
local result_target = minetest.string_to_pos(result_target_str)
if result_target ~= nil and vector.equals(result_target, destination_wormholePos) then
-- It already links back to the portal the player is teleporting from, so don't
-- extinguish it or the player's portal will also extinguish.
debugf(" Build unnecessary: already a lit portal that links back here at %s, orientation %s", found_anchorPos, result_orientation)
else
debugf(" Build unnecessary: already a lit portal at %s, orientation %s, linking to %s. Extinguishing...", found_anchorPos, result_orientation, result_target_str)
extinguish_portal(found_anchorPos, portal_definition.frame_node_name, false)
end
else
debugf(" Build unnecessary: already an unlit portal at %s, orientation %s", found_anchorPos, result_orientation)
end
-- ignite the portal
set_portal_metadata_and_ignite(portal_definition, result_anchorPos, result_orientation, destination_wormholePos)
else
result_orientation = suggested_orientation
result_anchorPos = portal_definition.shape.get_anchorPos_from_wormholePos(suggested_wormholePos, result_orientation)
build_portal(portal_definition, result_anchorPos, result_orientation, destination_wormholePos)
-- make sure portal isn't overwritten by ongoing generation/emerge
minetest.after(2, remote_portal_checkup, 2, portal_definition, result_anchorPos, result_orientation, destination_wormholePos)
end
return result_anchorPos, result_orientation
end
-- invoked when a player attempts to turn obsidian nodes into an open portal
-- player_name is optional, allowing a player to spawn a remote portal in their own protected area
-- ignition_node_name is optional
local function ignite_portal(ignition_pos, player_name, ignition_node_name)
if ignition_node_name == nil then ignition_node_name = minetest.get_node(ignition_pos).name end
debugf("IGNITE the %s at %s", ignition_node_name, ignition_pos)
-- find which sort of portals are made from the node that was clicked on
local portal_definition_list = list_portal_definitions_for_frame_node(ignition_node_name)
for _, portal_definition in ipairs(portal_definition_list) do
local continue = false -- WRT the for loop, since lua has no continue keyword
-- check it was a portal frame that the player is trying to ignite
local anchorPos, orientation, is_ignited = is_within_portal_frame(portal_definition, ignition_pos)
if anchorPos == nil then
debugf("No %s portal frame found at ", portal_definition.name, ignition_pos)
continue = true -- no portal is here, but perhaps there's more than one portal type we need to search for
elseif is_ignited then
-- Found a portal, check its metadata and timer is healthy.
local repair = false
local meta = minetest.get_meta(ignition_pos)
if meta ~= nil then
local p1, p2, target = meta:get_string("p1"), meta:get_string("p2"), meta:get_string("target")
if p1 == "" or p2 == "" or target == "" then
-- metadata is missing, the portal frame node must have been removed without calling
-- on_destruct - perhaps by an ABM, then replaced - presumably by a player.
-- allowing reigniting will repair the portal
debugf("Broken portal detected, allowing reignition/repair")
repair = true
else
debugf("This portal links to %s. p1=%s p2=%s", meta:get_string("target"), meta:get_string("p1"), meta:get_string("p2"))
-- Check the portal's timer is running, and fix if it's not.
-- A portal's timer can stop running if the game is played without that portal type being
-- registered, e.g. enabling one of the example portals then later disabling it, then enabling it again.
-- (if this is a frequent problem, then change the value of "run_at_every_load" in the lbm)
local timer = minetest.get_node_timer(get_timerPos_from_p1_and_p2(minetest.string_to_pos(p1), minetest.string_to_pos(p2)))
if timer ~= nil and timer:get_timeout() == 0 then
debugf("Portal timer was not running: restarting the timer.")
timer:start(1)
end
end
end
if not repair then return false end -- portal is already ignited (or timer has been fixed)
end
if continue == false then
debugf("Found portal frame. Looked at %s, found at %s orientation %s", ignition_pos, anchorPos, orientation)
local destination_anchorPos, destination_orientation
if portal_definition.is_within_realm(ignition_pos) then
destination_anchorPos, destination_orientation = portal_definition.find_surface_anchorPos(anchorPos, player_name or "")
else
destination_anchorPos, destination_orientation = portal_definition.find_realm_anchorPos(anchorPos, player_name or "")
end
if destination_orientation == nil then
debugf("No destination_orientation given")
destination_orientation = orientation
end
if destination_anchorPos == nil or destination_anchorPos.y == nil then
-- destination_anchorPos.y was also checked for nil in case portal_definition.find_surface_anchorPos()
-- had used nether.find_surface_target_y() and that had returned nil.
debugf("No portal destination available here!")
if (player_name or "") ~= "" then
minetest.chat_send_player(player_name, nether.portal_destination_not_found_message)
end
return false
else
local destination_wormholePos = portal_definition.shape.get_wormholePos_from_anchorPos(destination_anchorPos, destination_orientation)
debugf("Destination set to %s", destination_anchorPos)
-- ignition/BURN_BABY_BURN
set_portal_metadata_and_ignite(portal_definition, anchorPos, orientation, destination_wormholePos)
if portal_definition.sounds.ignite ~= nil then
local local_wormholePos = portal_definition.shape.get_wormholePos_from_anchorPos(anchorPos, orientation)
minetest.sound_play(portal_definition.sounds.ignite, {pos = local_wormholePos, max_hear_distance = 20})
end
if portal_definition.on_ignite ~= nil then
portal_definition.on_ignite(portal_definition, anchorPos, orientation)
end
return true
end
end
end
end
-- invoked when a player is standing in a portal
local function ensure_remote_portal_then_teleport(playerName, portal_definition, local_anchorPos, local_orientation, destination_wormholePos)
local player = minetest.get_player_by_name(playerName)
if player == nil then return end -- player quit the game while teleporting
local playerPos = player:get_pos()
if playerPos == nil then return end -- player quit the game while teleporting
-- check player is still standing in a portal
playerPos.y = playerPos.y + 0.1 -- Fix some glitches at -8000
if minetest.get_node(playerPos).name ~= portal_definition.wormhole_node_name then
return -- the player has moved out of the portal
end
-- debounce - check player is still standing in the *same* portal that called this function
local meta = minetest.get_meta(playerPos)
local local_p1, local_p2 = portal_definition.shape:get_p1_and_p2_from_anchorPos(local_anchorPos, local_orientation)
local p1_at_playerPos = minetest.string_to_pos(meta:get_string("p1"))
if p1_at_playerPos == nil or not vector.equals(local_p1, p1_at_playerPos) then
debugf("the player already teleported from %s, and is now standing in a different portal - %s", local_anchorPos, meta:get_string("p1"))
return -- the player already teleported, and is now standing in a different portal
end
local dest_wormhole_node = minetest.get_node_or_nil(destination_wormholePos)
if dest_wormhole_node == nil then
-- area not emerged yet, delay and retry
debugf("ensure_remote_portal_then_teleport() could not find anything yet at %s", destination_wormholePos)
minetest.after(1, ensure_remote_portal_then_teleport, playerName, portal_definition, local_anchorPos, local_orientation, destination_wormholePos)
else
local local_wormholePos = portal_definition.shape.get_wormholePos_from_anchorPos(local_anchorPos, local_orientation)
if dest_wormhole_node.name == portal_definition.wormhole_node_name then
-- portal exists
local destination_orientation = get_orientation_from_colorfacedir(dest_wormhole_node.param2)
local destination_anchorPos = portal_definition.shape.get_anchorPos_from_wormholePos(destination_wormholePos, destination_orientation)
portal_definition.shape.disable_portal_trap(destination_anchorPos, destination_orientation)
-- if the portal is already linked to a different portal then extinguish the other portal and
-- update the target portal to point back at this one.
local remoteMeta = minetest.get_meta(destination_wormholePos)
local remoteTarget = minetest.string_to_pos(remoteMeta:get_string("target"))
if remoteTarget == nil then
debugf("Failed to test whether target portal links back to this one")
elseif not vector.equals(remoteTarget, local_wormholePos) then
debugf("Target portal is already linked, extinguishing then relighting to point back at this one")
extinguish_portal(remoteTarget, portal_definition.frame_node_name, false)
set_portal_metadata_and_ignite(
portal_definition,
destination_anchorPos,
destination_orientation,
local_wormholePos
)
end
debugf("Teleporting player from wormholePos%s to wormholePos%s", local_wormholePos, destination_wormholePos)
-- play the teleport sound
if portal_definition.sounds.teleport ~= nil then
minetest.sound_play(portal_definition.sounds.teleport, {to_player = playerName})
end
-- rotate the player if the destination portal is a different orientation
local rotation_angle = math.rad(destination_orientation - local_orientation)
local offset = vector.subtract(playerPos, local_wormholePos) -- preserve player's position in the portal
local rotated_offset = {x = math.cos(rotation_angle) * offset.x - math.sin(rotation_angle) * offset.z, y = offset.y, z = math.sin(rotation_angle) * offset.x + math.cos(rotation_angle) * offset.z}
local new_playerPos = vector.add(destination_wormholePos, rotated_offset)
player:set_pos(new_playerPos)
player:set_look_horizontal(player:get_look_horizontal() + rotation_angle)
if portal_definition.on_player_teleported ~= nil then
portal_definition.on_player_teleported(portal_definition, player, playerPos, new_playerPos)
end
else
-- no wormhole node at destination - destination portal either needs to be built or ignited.
-- Note: A very rare edge-case that is difficult to set up:
-- If the destination portal is unlit and its frame shares a node with a lit portal that is linked to this
-- portal (but has not been travelled through, thus not linking this portal back to it), then igniting
-- the destination portal will extinguish the portal it's touching, which will extinguish this portal
-- which will leave a confused player.
-- I don't think this is worth preventing, but I document it incase someone describes entering a portal
-- and then the portal turning off.
debugf("ensure_remote_portal_then_teleport() saw %s at %s rather than a wormhole. Calling locate_or_build_portal()", dest_wormhole_node.name, destination_wormholePos)
local new_dest_anchorPos, new_dest_orientation = locate_or_build_portal(portal_definition, destination_wormholePos, local_orientation, local_wormholePos)
local new_dest_wormholePos = portal_definition.shape.get_wormholePos_from_anchorPos(new_dest_anchorPos, new_dest_orientation)
if not vector.equals(destination_wormholePos, new_dest_wormholePos) then
-- Update the local portal's target to match where the existing remote portal was found
if minetest.get_meta(local_anchorPos):get_string("target") == "" then
-- The local portal has been extinguished!
-- Abort setting its metadata as that assumes it is active.
-- This shouldn't happen and may indicate a bug, I trap it incase when the destination
-- portal was found and extinguished, it somehow linked back to the local portal in a
-- misaligned fashion that wasn't recognized as being the local portal and caused the
-- local portal to also be extinguished.
local message = "Local portal at " .. minetest.pos_to_string(local_anchorPos) .. " was extinguished while linking to existing portal at " .. minetest.pos_to_string(new_dest_anchorPos)
minetest.log("error", message)
debugf("!ERROR! - " .. message)
else
destination_wormholePos = new_dest_wormholePos
debugf(" updating target to where remote portal was found - %s", destination_wormholePos)
set_portal_metadata(
portal_definition,
local_anchorPos,
local_orientation,
destination_wormholePos
)
end
end
minetest.after(0.1, ensure_remote_portal_then_teleport, playerName, portal_definition, local_anchorPos, local_orientation, destination_wormholePos)
end
end
end
-- run_wormhole() is invoked once per second per portal, handling teleportation and particle effects.
-- See get_timerPos_from_p1_and_p2() for an explanation of the timerPos location
function run_wormhole(timerPos, time_elapsed)
local portal_definition -- will be used inside run_wormhole_node_func()
local run_wormhole_node_func = function(pos)
if math.random(2) == 1 then -- lets run only 3 particlespawners instead of 6 per portal
minetest.add_particlespawner({
amount = 16,
time = 2,
minpos = {x = pos.x - 0.25, y = pos.y - 0.25, z = pos.z - 0.25},
maxpos = {x = pos.x + 0.25, y = pos.y + 0.25, z = pos.z + 0.25},
minvel = {x = -0.8, y = -0.8, z = -0.8},
maxvel = {x = 0.8, y = 0.8, z = 0.8},
minacc = {x = 0, y = 0, z = 0},
maxacc = {x = 0, y = 0, z = 0},
minexptime = 0.5,
maxexptime = 1.7,
minsize = 0.5 * portal_definition.particle_texture_scale,
maxsize = 1.5 * portal_definition.particle_texture_scale,
collisiondetection = false,
texture = portal_definition.particle_texture_colored,
animation = portal_definition.particle_texture_animation,
glow = 5
})
end
for _, obj in ipairs(minetest.get_objects_inside_radius(pos, 1)) do
if obj:is_player() then
local meta = minetest.get_meta(pos)
local destination_wormholePos = minetest.string_to_pos(meta:get_string("target"))
local local_p1 = minetest.string_to_pos(meta:get_string("p1"))
local local_p2 = minetest.string_to_pos(meta:get_string("p2"))
if destination_wormholePos ~= nil and local_p1 ~= nil and local_p2 ~= nil then
-- force emerge of target area
minetest.get_voxel_manip():read_from_map(destination_wormholePos, destination_wormholePos) -- force load
if minetest.get_node_or_nil(destination_wormholePos) == nil then
minetest.emerge_area(vector.subtract(destination_wormholePos, 4), vector.add(destination_wormholePos, 4))
end
local local_anchorPos, local_orientation = portal_definition.shape.get_anchorPos_and_orientation_from_p1_and_p2(local_p1, local_p2)
local playerName = obj:get_player_name()
minetest.after(
3, -- hopefully target area is emerged in 3 seconds
function()
ensure_remote_portal_then_teleport(
playerName,
portal_definition,
local_anchorPos,
local_orientation,
destination_wormholePos
)
end
)
end
end
end
end
local p1, p2, portal_name
local meta = minetest.get_meta(timerPos)
if meta ~= nil then
p1 = minetest.string_to_pos(meta:get_string("p1"))
p2 = minetest.string_to_pos(meta:get_string("p2"))
portal_name = minetest.string_to_pos(meta:get_string("portal_type")) -- don't rely on this yet until you're sure everything works with old portals that don't have this set
end
if p1 ~= nil and p2 ~= nil then
-- figure out the portal shape so we know where the wormhole nodes will be located
local frame_node_name
if portal_name ~= nil and nether.registered_portals[portal_name] ~= nil then
portal_definition = nether.registered_portals[portal_name]
else
frame_node_name = minetest.get_node(timerPos).name -- timerPos should be a frame node if the shape is traditionalPortalShape
portal_definition = get_portal_definition(frame_node_name, p1, p2)
end
if portal_definition == nil then
minetest.log("error", "No portal with a \"" .. frame_node_name .. "\" frame is registered. run_wormhole" .. minetest.pos_to_string(timerPos) .. " was invoked but that location contains \"" .. frame_node_name .. "\"")
else
local anchorPos, orientation = portal_definition.shape.get_anchorPos_and_orientation_from_p1_and_p2(p1, p2)
portal_definition.shape.apply_func_to_wormhole_nodes(anchorPos, orientation, run_wormhole_node_func)
if portal_definition.on_run_wormhole ~= nil then
portal_definition.on_run_wormhole(portal_definition, anchorPos, orientation)
end
local wormholePos = portal_definition.shape.get_wormholePos_from_anchorPos(anchorPos, orientation)
ambient_sound_play(portal_definition, wormholePos, meta)
end
end
end
local function create_book(item_name, inventory_description, inventory_image, title, author, chapters)
local display_book = function(itemstack, user, pointed_thing)
local player_name = user:get_player_name()
minetest.sound_play("nether_book_open", {to_player = player_name, gain = 0.25})
local formspec =
"size[18,12.122]" ..
"background[0,0;18,11;nether_book_background.png;true]"..
"image_button_exit[17.3,0;0.8,0.8;nether_book_close.png;;]"..
"label[3.1,0.5;" .. minetest.formspec_escape(title) .. "]" ..
"label[3.6,0.9;" .. author .. "]"
local image_x_adj = -0.4
local image_width = 1.6
local image_padding = 0.06
for i, chapter in ipairs(chapters) do
local left_margin = 0.9
local top_margin = 1.7
local width = 7.9
local height = 12.0
local item_number = i
local items_on_page = math.floor(#chapters / 2)
if i > items_on_page then
-- page 2
left_margin = 10.1
top_margin = 0.8
height = 12.9
item_number = i - items_on_page
items_on_page = #chapters - items_on_page
end
local available_height = (height - top_margin) / items_on_page
local y = top_margin + (item_number - 1) * available_height
-- add chapter title
local title_height = 0
if chapter.title ~= nil then
title_height = 0.6
formspec = formspec .. "label[".. left_margin + 1.5 .. ","
.. y .. "; ──══♦♦♦◊ " .. minetest.formspec_escape(chapter.title) .. " ◊♦♦♦══──]"
end
-- add chapter image
local x_offset = 0
if chapter.image ~= nil then
x_offset = image_width + image_x_adj + image_padding
local image_height = image_width / chapter.image.width * chapter.image.height
formspec = formspec .. "image[" .. left_margin + image_x_adj .. "," .. y + title_height .. ";" .. image_width .. ","
.. image_height .. ";" .. chapter.image.image .. "]"
end
-- add chapter text
formspec = formspec .. "textarea[" .. left_margin + x_offset .. "," .. y + title_height .. ";" .. width - x_offset .. ","
.. available_height - title_height .. ";;" .. minetest.formspec_escape(chapter.text) .. ";]"
end
minetest.show_formspec(player_name, item_name, formspec)
end
minetest.register_craftitem(item_name, {
description = inventory_description,
inventory_image = inventory_image,
groups = {book = 1},
on_use = display_book,
_doc_items_hidden = true,
_doc_items_longdesc =
S("A guidebook for how to build portals to other realms. It can sometimes be found in dungeon chests, however a copy of this book is not needed as its contents are included in this Encyclopedia.") .. "\n" ..
S("Refer: \"Help\" > \"Basics\" > \"Building Portals\""),
})
end
local function add_book_as_treasure()
book_added_as_treasure = true
if minetest.get_modpath("loot") then
loot.register_loot({
weights = { generic = nether.PORTAL_BOOK_LOOT_WEIGHTING * 1000,
books = 100 },
payload = { stack = "nether:book_of_portals" }
})
end
if minetest.get_modpath("dungeon_loot") then
dungeon_loot.register({name = "nether:book_of_portals", chance = nether.PORTAL_BOOK_LOOT_WEIGHTING})
end
-- todo: add to Treasurer mod TRMP https://github.com/poikilos/trmp_minetest_game
end
-- Returns true if the Help-modpack was installed and Portal instructions were added to it
-- Help-modpack details can be found at https://forum.minetest.net/viewtopic.php?t=15912
local function add_book_to_help_modpack(chapters)
local result = false
if minetest.get_modpath("doc") ~= nil and minetest.global_exists("doc") then
if minetest.get_modpath("doc_basics") ~= nil then
local text = S("Portals to other realms can be opened by building a frame in the right shape with the right blocks, then using an item to activate it. A local copy of the guidebook to portals is published below.\n---\n\n")
local images = {}
for i, chapter in ipairs(chapters) do
if chapter.image ~= nil then
-- Portal chapters have images (from their portalDef.shape)
text = text .. "\n\n\n" .. (i - 1) .. ") " .. chapter.title .. "\n\n"
local aspect_3_to_2_width = chapter.image.width
local aspect_3_to_2_height = aspect_3_to_2_width / 3 * 2
if chapter.image.height > aspect_3_to_2_height then
aspect_3_to_2_height = chapter.image.height
aspect_3_to_2_width = aspect_3_to_2_height / 2 * 3
end
local image_conveted_to_3_2_ratio =
"[combine:"..aspect_3_to_2_width.."x"..aspect_3_to_2_height..":0,0="..chapter.image.image
images[#images + 1] = {image=image_conveted_to_3_2_ratio}
end
text = text .. chapter.text
end
result = doc.add_entry("basics", "portals_api", {
name = S("Building Portals"),
data = {
text = text,
images = images,
aspect_ratio=.5
}
})
end
end
return result
end
-- Updates nether:book_of_portals
-- A book the player can read to lean how to build the different portals
local function create_book_of_portals()
local chapters = {}
local intro_text
-- tell the player how many portal types there are
if nether.registered_portals_count == 1 then
intro_text = S("In all my travels, and time spent in the Great Libraries, I have encountered no shortage of legends surrounding preternatural doorways said to open into other worlds, yet only one can I confirm as being more than merely a story.")
else
intro_text = S("In all my travels, and time spent in the Great Libraries, I have encountered no shortage of legends surrounding preternatural doorways said to open into other worlds, yet only @1 can I confirm as being more than merely stories.", nether.registered_portals_count)
end
-- tell the player how to ignite portals
local ignition_item_description = "<error - ignition item not set>"
if ignition_item_name ~= nil and minetest.registered_items[ignition_item_name] ~= nil then
ignition_item_description = minetest.registered_items[ignition_item_name].description
end
intro_text = intro_text ..
S("\n\nThe key to opening such a doorway is to strike the frame with a @1, at which point the very air inside begins to crackle and glow.", ignition_item_description)
chapters[#chapters + 1] = {text = intro_text}
-- Describe how to create each type of portal, or perhaps just give clues or flavor text,
-- but ensure the Nether is always listed first on the first page so other definitions can
-- refer to it (pairs() returns order based on a random hash).
local portalDefs_in_order = {}
if nether.registered_portals["nether_portal"] then
portalDefs_in_order[#portalDefs_in_order + 1] = nether.registered_portals["nether_portal"]
end
for portalName, portalDef in pairs(nether.registered_portals) do
if portalName ~= "nether_portal" then
portalDefs_in_order[#portalDefs_in_order + 1] = portalDef
end
end
for _, portalDef in ipairs(portalDefs_in_order) do
chapters[#chapters + 1] = {
text = portalDef.book_of_portals_pagetext,
image = portalDef.shape.diagram_image,
title = portalDef.title
}
end
create_book(
":nether:book_of_portals",
S("Book of Portals"),
"nether_book_of_portals.png",
S("A definitive guide to Rifts and Portals"),
"Riccard F. Burton", -- perhaps a Richard F. Burton of an alternate universe
chapters
)
local using_helpModpack = add_book_to_help_modpack(chapters)
if not using_helpModpack and not book_added_as_treasure and nether.PORTAL_BOOK_LOOT_WEIGHTING > 0 then
-- Only place the Book of Portals in chests if there are non-Nether (i.e. novel) portals
-- which players need a way to find out about.
if nether.registered_portals_count > 1 or (nether.registered_portals_count == 1 and nether.registered_portals["nether_portal"] == nil) then
add_book_as_treasure()
end
end
end
function register_frame_node(frame_node_name)
-- copy the existing node definition
local node_def = minetest.registered_nodes[frame_node_name]
local extended_node_def = {}
for key, value in pairs(node_def) do extended_node_def[key] = value end
extended_node_def.replaced_by_portalapi = {} -- allows chaining or restoration of original functions, if necessary
-- add portal portal functionality
extended_node_def.replaced_by_portalapi.mesecons = extended_node_def.mesecons
extended_node_def.mesecons = {effector = {
action_on = function (pos, node)
debugf("portal frame material: mesecons action ON")
ignite_portal(pos, nil, node.name)
end,
action_off = function (pos, node)
debugf("portal frame material: mesecons action OFF")
extinguish_portal(pos, node.name, false)
end
}}
extended_node_def.replaced_by_portalapi.on_destruct = extended_node_def.on_destruct
extended_node_def.on_destruct = function(pos)
debugf("portal frame material: destruct")
extinguish_portal(pos, frame_node_name, true)
end
extended_node_def.replaced_by_portalapi.on_blast = extended_node_def.on_blast
extended_node_def.on_blast = function(pos, intensity)
debugf("portal frame material: blast")
extinguish_portal(pos, frame_node_name, extended_node_def.replaced_by_portalapi.on_blast == nil)
if extended_node_def.replaced_by_portalapi.on_blast ~= nil then
extended_node_def.replaced_by_portalapi.on_blast(pos, intensity)
else
minetest.remove_node(pos)
end
end
extended_node_def.replaced_by_portalapi.on_timer = extended_node_def.on_timer
extended_node_def.on_timer = function(pos, elapsed)
run_wormhole(pos, elapsed)
return true
end
-- replace the node with the new extended definition
minetest.register_node(":" .. frame_node_name, extended_node_def)
end
function unregister_frame_node(frame_node_name)
-- copy the existing node definition
local node = minetest.registered_nodes[frame_node_name]
local restored_node_def = {}
for key, value in pairs(node) do restored_node_def[key] = value end
-- remove portal portal functionality
restored_node_def.mesecons = nil
restored_node_def.on_destruct = nil
restored_node_def.on_timer = nil
restored_node_def.replaced_by_portalapi = nil
if node.replaced_by_portalapi ~= nil then
for key, value in pairs(node.replaced_by_portalapi) do restored_node_def[key] = value end
end
-- replace the node with the restored definition
minetest.register_node(":" .. frame_node_name, restored_node_def)
end
-- check for mistakes people might make in custom shape definitions
function test_shapedef_is_valid(shape_defintion)
assert(shape_defintion ~= nil, "shape definition cannot be nil")
assert(shape_defintion.name ~= nil, "shape definition must have a name")
local result = true
local origin = vector.new()
local p1, p2 = shape_defintion:get_p1_and_p2_from_anchorPos(origin, 0)
assert(vector.equals(shape_defintion.size, vector.add(vector.subtract(p2, p1), 1)), "p1 and p2 of shape definition '" .. shape_defintion.name .. "' don't match shapeDef.size")
assert(shape_defintion.diagram_image ~= nil and shape_defintion.diagram_image.image ~= nil, "Shape definition '" .. shape_defintion.name .. "' does not provide an image for Help/Book of Portals")
assert(shape_defintion.diagram_image.width > 0 and shape_defintion.diagram_image.height > 0, "Shape definition '" .. shape_defintion.name .. "' does not provide the size of the image for Help/Book of Portals")
-- todo
return result
end
-- check for mistakes people might make in portal definitions
function test_portaldef_is_valid(portal_definition)
local result = test_shapedef_is_valid(portal_definition.shape)
assert(portal_definition.wormhole_node_color >= 0 and portal_definition.wormhole_node_color < 8, "portaldef.wormhole_node_color must be between 0 and 7 (inclusive)")
assert(portal_definition.is_within_realm ~= nil, "portaldef.is_within_realm() must be implemented")
assert(portal_definition.find_realm_anchorPos ~= nil, "portaldef.find_realm_anchorPos() must be implemented")
if portal_definition.frame_node_color ~= nil then
assert(portal_definition.frame_node_color >= 0 and portal_definition.frame_node_color < 8, "portal_definition.frame_node_color must be between 0 and 7 (inclusive)")
end
-- todo
return result
end
-- convert portals made with old ABM version of nether mod to use the timer instead
minetest.register_lbm({
label = "Start portal timer",
name = "nether:start_portal_timer",
nodenames = {"nether:portal"},
run_at_every_load = false,
action = function(pos, node)
local p1, p2
local meta = minetest.get_meta(pos)
if meta ~= nil then
p1 = minetest.string_to_pos(meta:get_string("p1"))
p2 = minetest.string_to_pos(meta:get_string("p2"))
end
if p1 ~= nil and p2 ~= nil then
local timerPos = get_timerPos_from_p1_and_p2(p1, p2)
local timer = minetest.get_node_timer(timerPos)
if timer ~= nil then
timer:start(1)
debugf("LBM started portal timer %s", timerPos)
else
debugf("get_node_timer%s returned null", timerPos)
end
end
end
})
-- Portal API functions --
-- ==================== --
-- the fallback defaults for wormhole nodedefs
local wormhole_nodedef_default = {
description = S("Portal wormhole"),
tiles = {
"nether_transparent.png",
"nether_transparent.png",
"nether_transparent.png",
"nether_transparent.png",
{
name = "nether_portal.png",
animation = {
type = "vertical_frames",
aspect_w = 16,
aspect_h = 16,
length = 0.9,
},
},
{
name = "nether_portal.png",
animation = {
type = "vertical_frames",
aspect_w = 16,
aspect_h = 16,
length = 0.9,
},
},
},
drawtype = "nodebox",
paramtype = "light",
paramtype2 = "colorfacedir",
palette = "nether_portals_palette.png",
post_effect_color = {
-- post_effect_color can't be changed dynamically in Minetest like the portal colour is.
-- If you need a different post_effect_color then use register_wormhole_node() to create
-- another wormhole node with the right post_effect_color and set it as the wormhole_node_name
-- in your portaldef.
-- Hopefully this colour is close enough to magenta to work with the traditional magenta
-- portals, close enough to red to work for a red portal, and also close enough to red to
-- work with blue & cyan portals - since blue portals are sometimes portrayed as being red
-- from the opposite side / from the inside.
a = 160, r = 128, g = 0, b = 80
},
sunlight_propagates = true,
use_texture_alpha = minetest.features.use_texture_alpha_string_modes
and "blend" or true,
walkable = false,
diggable = false,
pointable = false,
buildable_to = false,
is_ground_content = false,
drop = "",
light_source = 5,
node_box = {
type = "fixed",
fixed = {
{-0.5, -0.5, -0.1, 0.5, 0.5, 0.1},
},
},
groups = {not_in_creative_inventory = 1},
mesecons = {receptor = {
state = "on",
rules = function(node)
return nether.get_mesecon_emission_rules_from_colorfacedir(node.param2)
end
}}
}
-- Call only at load time
function nether.register_wormhole_node(name, nodedef)
assert(name ~= nil, "Unable to register wormhole node: Name is nil")
assert(nodedef ~= nil, "Unable to register wormhole node ''" .. name .. "'': nodedef is nil")
for key, value in pairs(wormhole_nodedef_default) do
if nodedef[key] == nil then nodedef[key] = value end
end
minetest.register_node(name, nodedef)
end
-- The fallback defaults for registered portaldef tables
local portaldef_default = {
title = S("Untitled portal"),
book_of_portals_pagetext = S("We know almost nothing about this portal"),
shape = nether.PortalShape_Traditional,
wormhole_node_name = "nether:portal",
wormhole_node_color = 0,
frame_node_name = "default:obsidian",
particle_texture = "nether_particle.png",
particle_texture_animation = nil,
particle_texture_scale = 1,
sounds = {
ambient = {name = "nether_portal_ambient", gain = 0.6, length = 3},
ignite = {name = "nether_portal_ignite", gain = 0.7},
extinguish = {name = "nether_portal_extinguish", gain = 0.6},
teleport = {name = "nether_portal_teleport", gain = 0.3}
}
}
function nether.register_portal(name, portaldef)
assert(name ~= nil, "Unable to register portal: Name is nil")
assert(portaldef ~= nil, "Unable to register portal ''" .. name .. "'': portaldef is nil")
if nether.registered_portals[name] ~= nil then
minetest.log("error", "Unable to register portal: '" .. name .. "' is already in use")
return false;
end
portaldef.name = name
portaldef.mod_name = minetest.get_current_modname() or "<mod name not recorded>"
-- use portaldef_default for any values missing from portaldef or portaldef.sounds
if portaldef.sounds ~= nil then setmetatable(portaldef.sounds, {__index = portaldef_default.sounds}) end
setmetatable(portaldef, {__index = portaldef_default})
if portaldef.particle_color == nil then
-- default the particle colours to be the same as the wormhole colour
assert(portaldef.wormhole_node_color >= 0 and portaldef.wormhole_node_color < 8, "portaldef.wormhole_node_color must be between 0 and 7 (inclusive)")
portaldef.particle_color = nether.portals_palette[portaldef.wormhole_node_color].asString
end
if portaldef.particle_texture_colored == nil then
-- Combine the particle texture with the particle color unless a particle_texture_colored was specified.
if type(portaldef.particle_texture) == "table" and portaldef.particle_texture.animation ~= nil then
portaldef.particle_texture_colored = portaldef.particle_texture.name .. "^[colorize:" .. portaldef.particle_color .. ":alpha"
portaldef.particle_texture_animation = portaldef.particle_texture.animation
portaldef.particle_texture_scale = portaldef.particle_texture.scale or 1
else
portaldef.particle_texture_colored = portaldef.particle_texture .. "^[colorize:" .. portaldef.particle_color .. ":alpha"
end
end
if portaldef.find_surface_anchorPos == nil then -- default to using find_surface_target_y()
portaldef.find_surface_anchorPos = function(pos, player_name)
local destination_pos = {x = pos.x, y = 0, z = pos.z}
local existing_portal_location, existing_portal_orientation =
nether.find_nearest_working_portal(name, destination_pos, 10, 0) -- a y_factor of 0 makes the search ignore the altitude of the portals (as long as they are outside the realm)
if existing_portal_location ~= nil then
return existing_portal_location, existing_portal_orientation
else
destination_pos.y = nether.find_surface_target_y(destination_pos.x, destination_pos.z, name, player_name)
return destination_pos
end
end
end
if test_portaldef_is_valid(portaldef) then
-- check whether the portal definition clashes with anyone else's portal
local p1, p2 = portaldef.shape:get_p1_and_p2_from_anchorPos(vector.new(), 0)
local existing_portaldef = get_portal_definition(portaldef.frame_node_name, p1, p2)
if existing_portaldef ~= nil then
minetest.log("error",
portaldef.mod_name .." tried to register a portal '" .. portaldef.name .. "' made of " .. portaldef.frame_node_name ..
", but it is the same material and shape as the portal '" .. existing_portaldef.name .. "' already registered by " .. existing_portaldef.mod_name ..
". Edit the values one of those mods uses in its call to nether.register_portal() if you wish to resolve this clash.")
else
-- the new portaldef is good
nether.registered_portals[portaldef.name] = portaldef
-- Update registered_portals_count
local portalCount = 0
for _ in pairs(nether.registered_portals) do portalCount = portalCount + 1 end
nether.registered_portals_count = portalCount
create_book_of_portals()
if not nether.is_frame_node[portaldef.frame_node_name] then
-- add portal functions to the nodedef being used for the portal frame
register_frame_node(portaldef.frame_node_name)
nether.is_frame_node[portaldef.frame_node_name] = true
end
return true
end
end
return false
end
function nether.unregister_portal(name)
assert(name ~= nil, "Cannot unregister portal: Name is nil")
local portaldef = nether.registered_portals[name]
local result = portaldef ~= nil
if portaldef ~= nil then
nether.registered_portals[name] = nil
local portals_still_using_frame_node = list_portal_definitions_for_frame_node(portaldef.frame_node_name)
if next(portals_still_using_frame_node) == nil then
-- no portals are using this frame node any more
unregister_frame_node(portaldef.frame_node_name)
nether.is_frame_node[portaldef.frame_node_name] = nil
end
end
return result
end
function nether.register_portal_ignition_item(item_name, ignition_failure_sound)
minetest.override_item(item_name, {
on_place = function(stack, placer, pt)
local done = false
if pt.under and nether.is_frame_node[minetest.get_node(pt.under).name] then
done = ignite_portal(pt.under, placer:get_player_name())
if done and not minetest.settings:get_bool("creative_mode") then
stack:take_item()
end
end
if not done and ignition_failure_sound ~= nil then
minetest.sound_play(ignition_failure_sound, {pos = pt.under, max_hear_distance = 10})
end
return stack
end,
})
ignition_item_name = item_name
end
-- use this when determining where to spawn a portal, to avoid overwriting player builds
-- It checks the area for any nodes that aren't ground or trees.
-- player_name is optional, allowing a player to spawn a remote portal in their own protected areas.
-- (Water also fails this test, unless it is unemerged)
function nether.volume_is_natural_and_unprotected(minp, maxp, player_name)
local c_air = minetest.get_content_id("air")
local c_ignore = minetest.get_content_id("ignore")
local vm = minetest.get_voxel_manip()
local emin, emax = vm:read_from_map(minp, maxp)
local area = VoxelArea:new({MinEdge = emin, MaxEdge = emax})
local data = vm:get_data()
for z = minp.z, maxp.z do
for y = minp.y, maxp.y do
local vi = area:index(minp.x, y, z)
for x = minp.x, maxp.x do
local id = data[vi] -- Existing node
if id == nil then debugf("nil block at index " .. vi) end
if id ~= c_air and id ~= c_ignore and id ~= nil then -- checked for common natural or not emerged
local name = minetest.get_name_from_content_id(id)
local nodedef = minetest.registered_nodes[name]
if nodedef and not nodedef.is_ground_content then
-- trees are natural but not "ground content"
local node_groups = nodedef.groups
if node_groups == nil or (node_groups.tree == nil and node_groups.leaves == nil and node_groups.leafdecay == nil) then
debugf("volume_is_natural_and_unprotected() found unnatural node %s", name)
return false
end
end
end
vi = vi + 1
end
end
end
if minetest.is_area_protected(minp, maxp, player_name or "") then
debugf("Volume is protected against player '%s', %s-%s", player_name, minp, maxp)
return false;
end
debugf("Volume is natural and unprotected for player '%s', %s-%s", player_name, minp, maxp)
return true
end
-- Deprecated, use nether.volume_is_natural_and_unprotected() instead.
function nether.volume_is_natural(minp, maxp)
if nether.deprecation_warning_volume_is_natural == nil then
local stack = debug.traceback("", 2);
local calling_func = (string.split(stack, "\n", false, 2, false)[2] or ""):trim()
minetest.log("warning",
"Deprecated function \"nether.volume_is_natural()\" invoked, use \"nether.volume_is_natural_and_unprotected()\" instead. " ..
calling_func)
nether.deprecation_warning_volume_is_natural = true;
end
return nether.volume_is_natural_and_unprotected(minp, maxp)
end
-- Gets the volume that may be altered if a portal is placed at the anchor_pos
-- orientation is optional, but specifying it will reduce the volume returned
-- portal_name is optional, but specifying it will reduce the volume returned
-- returns minp, maxp
function nether.get_schematic_volume(anchor_pos, orientation, portal_name)
if orientation == nil then
-- Return a volume large enough for any orientation
local minp0, maxp0 = nether.get_schematic_volume(anchor_pos, 0, portal_name)
local minp1, maxp1 = nether.get_schematic_volume(anchor_pos, 1, portal_name)
-- ToDo: If an asymmetric portal is used with an anchor not at the center of the
-- schematic then we will also need to check orientations 3 and 4.
-- (The currently existing portal-shapes are not affected)
return
{x = math.min(minp0.x, minp1.x), y = math.min(minp0.y, minp1.y), z = math.min(minp0.z, minp1.z)},
{x = math.max(maxp0.x, maxp1.x), y = math.max(maxp0.y, maxp1.y), z = math.max(maxp0.z, maxp1.z)}
end
-- Assume the largest possible portal shape unless we know it's a smaller one.
local shape_defintion = nether.PortalShape_Circular
if portal_name ~= nil and nether.registered_portals[portal_name] ~= nil then
shape_defintion = nether.registered_portals[portal_name].shape
end
local size = shape_defintion.schematic.size
local minp = shape_defintion.get_schematicPos_from_anchorPos(anchor_pos, orientation);
local maxp
if (orientation % 2) == 0 then
maxp = {x = minp.x + size.x - 1, y = minp.y + size.y - 1, z = minp.z + size.z - 1}
else
maxp = {x = minp.x + size.z - 1, y = minp.y + size.y - 1, z = minp.z + size.x - 1}
end
return minp, maxp
end
-- Can be used when implementing custom find_surface_anchorPos() functions
-- portal_name is optional, providing it allows existing portals on the surface to be reused, and
-- a potentially smaller volume to be checked by volume_is_natural_and_unprotected().
-- player_name is optional, allowing a player to spawn a remote portal in their own protected areas.
function nether.find_surface_target_y(target_x, target_z, portal_name, player_name)
assert(target_x ~= nil and target_z ~= nil, "Arguments `target_x` and `target_z` cannot be nil when calling find_surface_target_y()")
-- default to starting the search at -16 (probably underground) if we don't know the
-- surface, like paramat's original code from before get_spawn_level() was available:
-- https://github.com/minetest-mods/nether/issues/5#issuecomment-506983676
local start_y = -16
-- try to spawn on surface first
if minetest.get_spawn_level ~= nil then -- older versions of Minetest don't have this
local surface_level = minetest.get_spawn_level(target_x, target_z)
if surface_level ~= nil then -- test this since get_spawn_level() can return nil over water or steep/high terrain
-- get_spawn_level() tends to err on the side of caution and spawns the player a
-- block higher than the ground level. The implementation is mapgen specific
-- and -2 seems to be the right correction for v6, v5, carpathian, valleys, and flat,
-- but v7 only needs -1.
-- Perhaps this was not always the case, and -2 may be too much in older versions
-- of minetest, but half-buried portals are perferable to floating ones, and they
-- will clear a suitable hole around themselves.
if minetest.get_mapgen_setting("mg_name") == "v7" then
surface_level = surface_level - 1
else
surface_level = surface_level - 2
end
start_y = surface_level
end
end
local minp_schem, maxp_schem = nether.get_schematic_volume({x = target_x, y = 0, z = target_z}, nil, portal_name)
local minp = {x = minp_schem.x, y = 0, z = minp_schem.z}
local maxp = {x = maxp_schem.x, y = 0, z = maxp_schem.z}
-- Starting searchstep at -16 and making it larger by 2 after each step gives a 20-step search range down to -646:
-- 0, -16, -34, -54, -76, -100, -126, -154, -184, -216, -250, -286, -324, -364, -406, -450, -496, -544, -594, -646
local searchstep = -16;
local y = start_y
while y > start_y - 650 do
-- Check volume for non-natural nodes
minp.y = minp_schem.y + y
maxp.y = maxp_schem.y + y
if nether.volume_is_natural_and_unprotected(minp, maxp, player_name) then
return y
elseif portal_name ~= nil and nether.registered_portals[portal_name] ~= nil then
-- players have built here - don't grief.
-- but reigniting existing portals in portal rooms is fine - desirable even.
local anchorPos, orientation, is_ignited = is_within_portal_frame(nether.registered_portals[portal_name], {x = target_x, y = y, z = target_z})
if anchorPos ~= nil then
debugf("volume_is_natural_and_unprotected check failed, but a portal frame is here %s, so this is still a good target y level", anchorPos)
return y
end
end
y = y + searchstep
searchstep = searchstep - 2
end
return nil -- Portal ignition failure. Possibly due to a large protected area.
end
-- Returns the anchorPos, orientation of the nearest portal, or nil.
-- A y_factor of 0 means y does not affect the distance_limit, a y_factor of 1 means y is included,
-- and a y_factor of 2 would squash the search-sphere by a factor of 2 on the y-axis, etc.
-- Pass a negative distance_limit to indicate no distance limit
function nether.find_nearest_working_portal(portal_name, anchorPos, distance_limit, y_factor)
local portal_definition = nether.registered_portals[portal_name]
assert(portal_definition ~= nil, "find_nearest_working_portal() called with portal_name '" .. portal_name .. "', but no portal is registered with that name.")
assert(anchorPos ~= nil, "Argument `anchorPos` cannot be nil when calling find_nearest_working_portal()")
local contenders = list_closest_portals(portal_definition, anchorPos, distance_limit, y_factor)
-- sort by distance
local dist_list = {}
for dist, _ in pairs(contenders) do table.insert(dist_list, dist) end
table.sort(dist_list)
for _, dist in ipairs(dist_list) do
local portal_info = contenders[dist]
debugf("checking portal from mod_storage at %s orientation %s", portal_info.anchorPos, portal_info.orientation)
-- the mod_storage list of portals is unreliable - e.g. it won't know if inactive portals have been
-- destroyed, so check the portal is still there
local portalFound, portalIsActive = is_portal_at_anchorPos(portal_definition, portal_info.anchorPos, portal_info.orientation, true)
if portalFound then
return portal_info.anchorPos, portal_info.orientation
else
debugf("Portal wasn't found, removing portal from mod_storage at %s orientation %s",
portal_info.anchorPos, portal_info.orientation)
-- The portal at that location must have been destroyed
remove_portal_location_info(portal_name, portal_info.anchorPos)
end
end
return nil
end