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my mod workable with other mod


Casual Dutchman

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Hi guys,

 

I was busy making a mod when I thought of making it like an addon for an other mod.

well not an addons, but workable with other mod's items and blocks, get it?

I took the tinkers construct mod api. (there is a 'for modders' download with files)

But how do I use it in my workspace?

 

I placed in a folder called api, but the packages changed. (sound silly, but I knew this would happen!)

is this normal or do I need to place it somewhere else?

 

thanks in advance

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Look at the package declaration, you've put the files in a place they don't want to be.  The package declaration tells you were they should go.

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