Daedalus - Open-source .net Bot

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Divver

Active Member
Daedalus is an open-source .NET project that's currently a work in progress.
(
https://github.com/DivverGit/Daedalus)

If you are interested in contributing and/or testing Daedalus please feel free to join the Discord channel here (https://discord.gg/u8GZBum)

Daedalus is to be strictly a semi-automatic combat bot.
After the initial goal of a complete combat system has been achieved priorities will include salvaging and and a multi-box solution with a single, unified interface.

The aim of Daedalus is for the user to find the content and let Daedalus grind out all the combat.

The primary reason behind the choice to go the semi-automatic route is to avoid gathering attention and further hatred toward the botting community as well as having users actually pay attention to EVE instead of leaving bots running for 16 hours a day unattended.
 
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azza1289

Member
love it. works well.

i think it needs a UI with some options like shield boost, hardners ect.
one thing that always seems to be broken on mining scripts is the orca dump option for fleets.
having that would be bloody amazing. auto fleeting and stuff like that.

but for as simple as it is now it works a treat. well done mate
 

Soulrebel

New Member
Can i use mining without a crystal? Because the bot works fine until approaching the asteroid, get tons of exceptions.
 

GTC

New Member
This still working? I'd love NOT to have to code my own bot. Anyone still having the 'only approaches' problem?
 

Divver

Active Member
Sorry for the very late responses guys, I started a new job three months back and had to pile all of my time and effort into training on several machines I've not used before!

I've just re-subscribed to EVE and need to sort out my ISX subscription and then I'll get to work on the bot again! Give me a week or two!

Regards,
Divver

Edit:
Just to add, I had an implemented solution for defensive module support prior to going inactive so it shouldn't take me long to sort that out.
In terms of the only approaching issue I'll be sure to try and fix that ASAP.
Without looking into it I remember having huge trouble with ISXEVE's references to the lasers.
Mainly an issue with storing each laser as a variable on bot start up and then after undock or some unknown events the variables would start referring to a laser that wasn't there, as if the modules had changed somehow.
 

Amadeus

The Maestro
Staff member
Hey Divver, I think we talked about this at some point, but I completely forgot: do you plan to release your bot's source code, or were you going to keep it closed-source? I support your decision either way, believe me -- but, I was thinking if you were going to put it on github or something, please let me know, as there are always folks looking for more examples of .NET scripts :)
 

LordShade

New Member
this still works. However, it's very basic in its features.

I've tried the other bots but EVEBOT only does 1 ore cycle (fills up hold, docks with the station and sits there), and astrobot bugs the heck out and doesn't actually target anything despite following the tutorial perfectly, so this is my script of choice for now. Just be smart about its usage (don't have it running for days upon days)
 

bjcasey

ISX Specialist
this still works. However, it's very basic in its features.

I've tried the other bots but EVEBOT only does 1 ore cycle (fills up hold, docks with the station and sits there), and astrobot bugs the heck out and doesn't actually target anything despite following the tutorial perfectly, so this is my script of choice for now. Just be smart about its usage (don't have it running for days upon days)
I don't remember seeing a bug report about not targeting anything.
 

Divver

Active Member
I have now resumed development of Daedalus.
Please read the original post for information on how to get involved in testing.
 
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tolesnal

New Member
Did you read the first two sentences on his announcement post, in BOLD YELLOW type?
Yeah, but I thought that there should be a download link to some older version (I even tried to compile the one at github, without success), seems like I was wrong.
Thank you anyway!
 

wdt

Well-Known Member
I had no idea he started working on this again. I would be willing to help if needed.
 

helldarth

Member
looks like this is also not working like BJ-astroBot, funny all this time only one bot was worth to use and that was SteahltBot, I think all the devs after a while they are bored of all of this, so they abandon they work :(
 

Divver

Active Member
I've updated the original post, Daedalus is now a completely open-source project and a work in progress combat bot.
 
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