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Filename. CoFHLib-jar. Uploaded by. TeamCoFH's avatar. TeamCoFH. Uploaded. Jul 13, Size. KB. Downloads. 1,, MD5. 9 May CoFHLib-jar. Mar 4, Curse · Facebook · Twitter · Youtube · Twitch · Sign In · Careers · Help · About Curse · Advertise. The intention of the CoFH Common Library is to establish a framework for modders to use to avoid “reinventing the wheel” as it were. CoFHLib contains a lot of.
GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects. 17 Aug THIS IS AN UNOFFICIAL FORK OF THE VESION OF COFHLIB IT'S HERE BECAUSE THE OFFICIAL REPO IS GONE AND I NEEDED IT. CoFH mods seem to be the top machine mods now. So I figured rather than making all my own power gen processes and machines I would try.
24 Sep CoFHLib, also known as the CoFH Common Library, is a libary that allows Team CoFH and other modders to develop their mods more easily. 2 Jan CoFHLib mod / is a library mod that designed to boot other mods made by CoFH Team. Now it is replaced by CoFH Core, but. For anyone confused by CoFHLib and how all that works, here's what you probably are looking for: 2017insight.com Have fun!. How am I able to use the CofhLib API in ? I've added the jar in Eclipse, but if I go to Referenced Libraries and try to open a class of the jar. Hello Guys, I want to create a mod, that supports RF. Is there a tutorial/ documentation, how to use the library? Thanks, Mike.
The intention of the CoFH Common Library is to establish a framework for modders to use to avoid "reinventing the wheel," as it were. This library contains a lot. A framework for mod developers, and contains basic functionality that most mods contain. It is intended to be used for developers to reduce code, increase. The official site for news, downloads and documentation for the Team CoFH Minecraft mods: Redstone Flux, CoFH Core, CoFH World, Thermal Series ( Thermal. 10 Nov CoFHLib. The intention of the CoFH Common Library is to establish a framework for modders to use to avoid “reinventing the wheel,” as it were.