Foodblocks for Minetest
This mod adds large blocks for various types of food from the farming, farming_redo & farming_undo, and ethereal mods for Minetest Game, and for the mcl_farming in Mineclone2. They are crafted out of 9 of the original food item and each one comes with a custom texture like a giant cube version of that block.
Q: Isn't this a bit silly? What should I do with these blocks?
A: Yes, very silly. You could use them to build a house if you really wanted.
Q: Does this mean plants will now grow into blocks?
A: No, you have to craft the foodblocks out of plants you have already
Q: What do the foodblocks drop?
A: 9 items by default, but see the section on configuration.
Get it via ContentDB, or download current version, v1.2.1 here: https://github.com/Montandalar/foodbloc ... v1.2.1.zip
Download the source from my GitHub.
Foodblocks requires Minetest 5 as it uses the translation feature built in to that version, but you could easily backport it to intllib on 0.4.x if you direly need to keep using that version.
This mod depends on farming, but that can be provided by the farming mod installed with Minetest Game (this gives only apples and blueberries), Tenplus1's farming_redo or Felfa's farming_undo fork of farming_redo; or with mcl_farming which is included with Mineclone2. It will detect which version you have installed and register the appropriate nodes.
There is an optional dependency on ethereal which will register blocks from the edible plants of ethereal.
All of these blocks are crafting by filling the 3x3 crafting grid with the appropriate harvested plant.
You can configure whether foodblocks will drop themselves directly, or 9 of the item that they were crafted out of. The default is to drop 9 of the item, similarly to melons or pumpkins in Mineclone. Regardless of the setting, the foodblocks will always drop themselves directly if the game is in creative mode, or in Mineclone2 when using a silk touch pickaxe. The check for creative applies to global creative mode only, not for players with the `creative` privilege.
Since blueberries were introduced to Minetest Game, but already existed in farming, this mod lets you decide what you want the blueberry blocks to drop: default blueberries, wild blueberries (from farming) or the type they were crafted from.
See settingtypes.txt and the in-game configuration menu for more information.
You can register your own food blocks in your mod with the external API table `foodblocks`. Read the source for more information. Contributions back to this mod are welcome as well depending on how you want mod dependencies to work.
(C) 2021-2022 Blockhead unless otherwise specified
The code of this mod is licensed under the GNU Affero General Public License, version 3, available from the GNU Project. This means any modifications or forks you make to the mod and use on a minetest server have to be published online. Read the AGPL online here.
The art assets of this mod are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License (CC BY-SA 3.0). View this licence online here.