LLibrary Mod 1.12.2 & 1.11.2 (Library of Lightweight Modifications)

LLibrary Mod 1.12.2 & 1.11.2 (Library of Lightweight Modifications)

 The Minecraft LLibrary mod for 1.12.2 to 1.11.2 includes the most up-to-date and complex modding tools, making it important for any modder searching for a simpler experience and a higher level of content. Mods that use LLibrary will also interact more seamlessly and complexly. This means fewer crashes and a more enjoyable overall experience. Modding with LLibrary is made much easier by the clean environment it provides. It also includes animation capabilities that you may utilize to animate your models in ways you could only have dreamed.

LLibrary Mod 1.12.2 & 1.11.2 (Library of Lightweight Modifications)
LLibrary Mod 1.12.2 & 1.11.2 (Library of Lightweight Modifications)

Because of the built-in update checker, your modifications are always up to date. It also includes a weapon dictionary, which allows other modifications to see what sort of weapon your mod introduces and respond accordingly. LLibrary also includes support for numerous entity hitboxes, which is a must-have feature for any mob mod. For example, if you create a complicated entity, you don't want players to be able to strike the air surrounding it. LLibrary allows you to create hitboxes for any element of your creature, allowing you to create borders of any form.

LLibrary is a small mod that contains shared code for other mods.

  • Advanced animation API and other animation tools
  • Lightweight ASM utilities
  • Easy-to-use structure tools
  • Expandable command builder
  • More player render events, allowing for custom player animation
  • Powerful entity data handlers
  • Beautiful GUI framework
  • More!

LLibrary is very easy to integrate into your own mod. All you have to do is add it as a dependency in the build file.

Here's a snippet you can copy-paste:

repositories { maven { url "https://maven.mcmoddev.com/" } } dependencies { deobfCompile "net.ilexiconn:llibrary:1.7.19-1.12.2" }

It's also recommended that you add LLibrary to the dependencies. This makes sure the user has LLibrary installed and that it's the correct version. 

You can do that like this:

@Mod(dependencies = "required-after:llibrary@[1.7.19,)")

  • Note that the actual in-game LLibrary version does NOT contain the Minecraft version.
  • All modpack authors have permission to add LLibrary to their pack. Please do NOT package LLibrary with your mod.

Download LLibrary For Minecraft 1.12.2

Download LLibrary For Minecraft 1.11.2

Download LLibrary For Minecraft 1.10.2

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