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Implementing a mod as a dependency


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I wanted to make a mod using Thermal Expansion's Redstone Flux as a power source. My only issue that that I do not know how to setup COFHCore and Thermal Expansion for use as dependencies. Any information as to how to set this up would be appreciated!

 

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Spiker985

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In your @Mod file, i think there's a requiredAfter tag that you could specify COFH's modid. That way the mod is loaded after COFH so it has the classes in the class path so you can use them.

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