Errors with Cider.

This is what I get when I join my server.
[lua]
Registering gamemode ‘Sandbox’ derived from ‘base’
Couldn’t include file ‘sh_init.lua’ (File not found)
[cider\gamemode\core\libraries\sh_plugin.lua:11] table index is nil
Registering gamemode ‘cider’ derived from ‘Sandbox’
[/lua]

And
[lua]
[@LuaCmd:1] bad argument #1 to ‘remove’ (table expected, got nil)
[@LuaCmd:1] bad argument #1 to ‘remove’ (table expected, got nil)
[@LuaCmd:1] bad argument #1 to ‘remove’ (table expected, got nil)
[@LuaCmd:1] bad argument #1 to ‘remove’ (table expected, got nil)
[@LuaCmd:1] bad argument #1 to ‘remove’ (table expected, got nil)
[@LuaCmd:1] bad argument #2 to ‘CreateConVar’ (string expected, got boolean)
[@LuaCmd:1] bad argument #2 to ‘CreateConVar’ (string expected, got boolean)
[@LuaCmd:1] bad argument #2 to ‘CreateConVar’ (string expected, got boolean)
[@LuaCmd:1] bad argument #2 to ‘CreateConVar’ (string expected, got boolean)
[@LuaCmd:1] bad argument #2 to ‘CreateConVar’ (string expected, got boolean)
[@LuaCmd:1] bad argument #2 to ‘CreateConVar’ (string expected, got boolean)
[@LuaCmd:1] bad argument #2 to ‘CreateConVar’ (string expected, got boolean)
[@LuaCmd:1] bad argument #2 to ‘CreateConVar’ (string expected, got boolean)
[@LuaCmd:1] bad argument #2 to ‘CreateConVar’ (string expected, got boolean)
[@LuaCmd:1] bad argument #2 to ‘CreateConVar’ (string expected, got boolean)
[@LuaCmd:1] bad argument #2 to ‘CreateConVar’ (string expected, got boolean)
[@LuaCmd:1] bad argument #2 to ‘CreateConVar’ (string expected, got boolean)
[@LuaCmd:1] bad argument #2 to ‘CreateConVar’ (string expected, got boolean)
[@LuaCmd:1] bad argument #2 to ‘CreateConVar’ (string expected, got boolean)
[@LuaCmd:1] bad argument #2 to ‘CreateConVar’ (string expected, got boolean)
[@LuaCmd:1] bad argument #2 to ‘CreateConVar’ (string expected, got boolean)
[@LuaCmd:1] bad argument #2 to ‘CreateConVar’ (string expected, got boolean)
[@LuaCmd:1] bad argument #2 to ‘CreateConVar’ (string expected, got boolean)
[@LuaCmd:1] bad argument #2 to ‘CreateConVar’ (string expected, got boolean)
[@LuaCmd:1] bad argument #2 to ‘CreateConVar’ (string expected, got boolean)
[@LuaCmd:1] bad argument #2 to ‘CreateConVar’ (string expected, got boolean)
[LuaCmd:1] ‘end’ expected near ‘<eof>’
[LuaCmd:1] ‘end’ expected near ‘<eof>’
[LuaCmd:1] ‘end’ expected near ‘<eof>’
[LuaCmd:1] ‘end’ expected near ‘<eof>’
[LuaCmd:1] ‘end’ expected near ‘<eof>’
[LuaCmd:1] ‘end’ expected near ‘<eof>’
[LuaCmd:1] ‘end’ expected near ‘<eof>’
[LuaCmd:1] ‘end’ expected near ‘<eof>’
[LuaCmd:1] ‘end’ expected near ‘<eof>’
[LuaCmd:1] ‘end’ expected near ‘<eof>’
[LuaCmd:1] ‘end’ expected near ‘<eof>’
[LuaCmd:1] ‘end’ expected near ‘<eof>’
[LuaCmd:1] ‘end’ expected near ‘<eof>’
[LuaCmd:1] ‘end’ expected near ‘<eof>’
[LuaCmd:1] ‘end’ expected near ‘<eof>’
[LuaCmd:1] ‘end’ expected near ‘<eof>’
[LuaCmd:1] ‘end’ expected near ‘<eof>’
[LuaCmd:1] ‘end’ expected near ‘<eof>’
[LuaCmd:1] ‘end’ expected near ‘<eof>’
[LuaCmd:1] ‘end’ expected near ‘<eof>’
[LuaCmd:1] ‘end’ expected near ‘<eof>’
[LuaCmd:1] ‘end’ expected near ‘<eof>’
[LuaCmd:1] ‘end’ expected near ‘<eof>’
[LuaCmd:1] ‘end’ expected near ‘<eof>’
[LuaCmd:1] ‘end’ expected near ‘<eof>’
[LuaCmd:1] ‘end’ expected near ‘<eof>’
[LuaCmd:1] ‘end’ expected near ‘<eof>’
[LuaCmd:1] ‘end’ expected near ‘<eof>’
[/lua]

Any solutions?

Did you delete sh_init? :downswords:

Ha-ha.

Give us this line:
sh_plugin.lua:11] table index is nil

[lua]
–[[
Name: “sh_plugin.lua”.
Product: “Cider (Roleplay)”.
–]]

cider.plugin = {};
cider.plugin.stored = {};

– Register a new plugin.
function cider.plugin.register(plugin)
cider.plugin.stored[plugin.name] = plugin;
end;

– Call a function for all plugins.
function cider.plugin.call(name, …)
for k, v in pairs(cider.plugin.stored) do
if (type(v[name]) == “function”) then
local success, message = pcall( v[name], unpack(arg) )

		-- Check to see if we did not success.
		if (!success) then Msg(message.."

"); end;
end;
end;
end;

– Get a plugin by it’s name.
function cider.plugin.get(name) return cider.plugin.stored[name]; end;
[/lua]

You created a plugin and forgot to set PLUGIN.name?

Oh, yea.
I’ve made a few, but in sh_init.lua all of them got a unique PLUGIN.name =