OK, yes, I see, but... to whom?Bilka wrote: basically just /c rcon.print("my beautiful message")
- some sort of "rcon support" thing exists in the factorio headless server
- rcon is some kind of simple rpc-ish framework for pushing data back and forth between processes
- There used to be a thing called clusterio that used rcon but it was never ported to 0.16 (less sure of this point than the other two).
The result of this invocation is (the rcon equivalent of) an async rpc return from factorio headless to some "other guy" who initiated some kind of rcon rpc, right?
If so, what protocol does he speak or, if "protocol" is a stretch, is there a reference implementation? Is there some known-working 0.16 laboratory I can spin up, preferably without reversing the wire protocol from factorio headless object code , to observe "my beautiful message" arriving at the other end? Also, how did my mod-lua find out about this rpc in the first place?