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Hello Everybody,


I wanted to get opinions on a project I'm working on to see if people like the way it looks and to see if it would be useful. Mind You right now it is very much a WiP and only a class is filled in at the moment(cpw.mods.fml.client.registry.ClientRegistry), and even that will have more pages branching off.


This project is a Reference Library for all the code that can be found in Forge, FML, and Minecraft. It takes very much off the style of Msdn's reference Library. There are a few basic tutorials that will be included, mainly one's that everyone has a copy of (installing forge for modders, adding a block, etc.) I also want to collect some of the more advanced tutorials(multiblocks, worldgen, etc.).


Anyways I would like to know what everyone thinks about it, and whether or not you would find it useful: http://ForgeDoc.dbtgaming.com

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I know that the tutorials are on wiki(those were more for my personal use to help learn). As for the JavaDocs, completely forgot about them.


Thanks for the reply Lex. Probably will still continue working on it so I can understand forge better, but probably won't get updated on the web, since it won't really be used

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