If you’ve seen the news from the latest Microsoft Event, you’ll know that the next Windows 10 update, dubbed the “Creator Update” will be out early next year. One of the new tools shown was Paint 3D which looks to make the creation of 3D content more accessible. You can check it out right now, if you are a member of the Windows Insider Preview Program - which anyone can join.
Today’s post is another PowerShell script I wrote with a very specific task in mind. Chatty is a popular chat application for streaming site Twitch.tv. It is generally used for interacting in channel chat rooms as well as logging, running scripts, and live statistics. Some users run it 24/7. One problem that exists is that the logs don’t get separated, even if the program is restarted, the log continues on in the same file.
One of the servers I manage is a Minecraft server for a friend. It’s called Marzicraft, it has a candy theme, and it’s delightful, even if I do say so myself. :) I recently replaced the .bat scripts I wrote to maintain it with a single PowerShell script. Even if you aren’t supporting a Minecraft server, hopefully there’s some useful information here for your own work. If you are intending to use this script for your own Minecraft server, please be aware that I’ve put this together with a dedicated server in mind.