Automatically manage hauling labors.
Similar to autolabor, but instead of managing all labors, autohauler only addresses hauling labors, leaving the assignment of skilled labors entirely up to you. You can use the in-game manipulator UI or an external tool like Dwarf Therapist to do so.
Idle dwarves who are not on active military duty will be assigned the hauling labors; everyone else (including those currently hauling) will have the hauling labors removed. This is to encourage every dwarf to do their assigned skilled labors whenever possible, but resort to hauling when those jobs are not available. This also implies that the user will have a very tight skill assignment, with most skilled labors only being assigned to just a few dwarves and almost every non-military dwarf having at least one skilled labor assigned.
Autohauler allows a skill to be used as a flag to exempt a dwarf from autohauler’s effects. By default, this is the unused ALCHEMIST labor, but it can be changed by the user.
Start managing hauling labors. This is normally all you need to do. Autohauler works well on default settings.
Show autohauler status and status of fort dwarves.
autohauler <labor> haulers
Set whether a particular labor should be assigned to haulers.
autohauler <labor> allow|forbid
Set whether a particular labor should mark a dwarf as exempt from hauling. By default, only the
ALCHEMISTlabor is set to
autohauler reset-all|<labor> reset
Reset a particular labor (or all labors) to their default haulers/allow/forbid state.
Show the active configuration for all labors.
autohauler frameskip <number>
Set the number of frames between runs of autohauler.
In the next cycle, output the state of every dwarf.
autohauler HAUL_STONE haulers
Set stone hauling as a hauling labor (this is already the default).
autohauler RECOVER_WOUNDED allow
Allow the “Recover wounded” labor to be manually assigned by the player. By default it is automatically given to haulers.
autohauler MINE forbid
Don’t assign hauling labors to dwarves with the Mining labor enabled.