• Didn't you make a thread for this already?

    Is the answer to this question no?


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    Hey don't take it so hard. Ignorance is part of this generation it seems. -the wise words of XFmax-o-l

  • The IC2 api is the EASIEST to setup! You don't even need to attach a source. Anyway,


    1. Go to the jenkins
    2. Download "industrialcraft-2-2.XXX-experimental-dev.jar" (make SURE it's dev)
    3. Goto where your forge folder is. Then go to the eclipse folder, then the mod folder.
    4. Place the "industrialcraft-2-2.XXX-experimental-dev.jar" file in that folder.
    5. Startup eclipse.
    6. In the package explorer, right click on "Referenced libraries". Then go to build path, and configurate build path.
    7. A window should pop up. Click on "add jar".
    8. Find where the "industrialcraft-2-2.XXX-experimental-dev.jar" file is. It should be under minecraft/eclipse/mods. Click on it, then click ok. Then click the next ok.
    9. Now you can refer to the IC2 code in almost the same way as referring to forge is! However, you cannot view anything outside of the API. If you need help with the API, feel free to look at open-sourced examples, like the advanced machines addon, nuclear control (me!), etc. If those don't help you much, feel free to ask Thunderdark, Player, or even me if it's something basic.


    Hope I explained it fine ^^

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    Someone should fix the gravel texture in the background. It's been years now, come on people.


  • You forgot the part where you extract that library file for IC2. ^_^

  • You forgot the part where you extract that library file for IC2. ^_^

    Do wah? I don't think I do that...

    Help the Official FTB Wiki reach a billion pages! [I had to keep changing it so there ^^]

    Someone should fix the gravel texture in the background. It's been years now, come on people.

  • Confirmed :p


    That's 3 confirmed words... Half Life 3 anyone? :P

    145 Mods isn't too many. 9 types of copper and 8 types of tin aren't too many. 3 types of coffee though?

    I know that you believe that you understood what you think I said, but I am not sure you realise that what you read was not what I meant.


    ---- Minecraft Crash Report ----
    // I just don't know what went wrong :(


    I see this too much.