jix

Simple server-time code + fix GetTime (C#)

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Once I faced a problem with NAPI.World.GetTime and didn't find on it the adequate answer. Can anyone help my code. Bonus will make a simple server time system

class server_side : Script
    {
        // The global variables that will be replace our GetTime
        int serverHour = 6;
        int serverMin = 0;
        int serverSec = 0;

		// A method that, when accessed, will change the time on the server
        private void server_Time(int hour, int minute, int second)
        {
            NAPI.World.SetTime(hour, minute, second);
            serverHour = hour; // ----------------------------------
            serverMin = minute; // save in our variable time
            serverSec = second; // ---------------------------------
        }

		// Bonus code that creates server time (1 server minute = 20 seconds)
        async void time()
        {
                while (true)
                {
                    serverMin++;
                    NAPI.World.SetTime(serverHour, serverMin, 0);
                    if (serverMin == 60)
                    {
                        if (serverHour >= 23)
                        {
                            serverHour = 0;
                            serverMin = 0;
                            NAPI.World.SetTime(serverHour, serverMin, 0);
                        }
                        else
                        {
                            serverHour++;
                            serverMin = 0;
                            NAPI.World.SetTime(serverHour, serverMin, 0);
                        }
                    }
                    await Task.Delay(20000);
                }
        }

        [Command("time")] // command to know the current time on the server
        public void CMD_time(Client client)
        {
            if (serverMin < 10)
            {
                NAPI.Chat.SendChatMessageToPlayer(client, $"Current time {serverHour.ToString()}:0{serverMin.ToString()}");
            }
            else
            {
                NAPI.Chat.SendChatMessageToPlayer(client, $"Current time {serverHour.ToString()}:{serverMin.ToString()}");
            }
        }
                               
        // Change the time on the server
        [Command("settime")]
        public void CMD_settime(Client client, int hrs, int min)
        {
            server_Time(hrs, min, 0);
            NAPI.Chat.SendChatMessageToPlayer(client, $"Time was change to {hrs}:{min}");
        }
        // Event that the time worked
		[ServerEvent(Event.ResourceStart)]
        public void OnResourceStart()
        {
            NAPI.World.SetTime(serverHour, serverMin, serverSec);
            time(); // Cycle start time at the start of the server
        }

 

sorry for my russian english xd i hope this will help u ❤️

Edited by jix

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Its really good code but i try to change it to windows time on Resourcestart.
have you an idea to make it?

sry for bad english

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ok here when you change the ResourceStart event to:

// Event that the time worked
        [ServerEvent(Event.ResourceStart)]
        public void OnResourceStart()
        {
            int seconds = DateTime.Now.Second;
            int minute = DateTime.Now.Minute;
            int hour = DateTime.Now.Hour;
            server_Time(hour, minute, seconds);

            NAPI.World.SetTime(serverHour, serverMin, serverSec);
            time(); // Cycle start time at the start of the server
        }

then you have Realtime system, i mean its save on start the Time from Windows(not testet on linux)

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