Mystcraft Trello Board

Post by: on August 3rd, 2015 | File Under Announcements, Mystcraft

Lots of posts in a short span of time, but everything kind of fell together at once. :P

Mystcraft now has a (public) Trello board. https://trello.com/b/0iPcFEAy

I’ve gone through a a few iterations on it for a little while, and I’ve settled on a timeline-like format. The upcoming features are to the right, and past things are to the left. Older versions are archived.
I’ve been on this format for a little while now and found that it works well for me. I can quickly arrange things based on when I think I will get to them, structure larger arcs of development, and put features which depend on stuff after the things they depend on.
While it’s not strictly a timeline, in that sometimes a feature might get warped from a later list to suddenly being an active task as things come up, it helps give a general impression.

I’ve opened it up so that anyone may comment on it, and there is a voting system, so let me know your thoughts. :)
(Note that, if the public commenting should turn out to be an issue, I will just turn it back off and we’ll just discuss everything on the forums like we have been. :P )

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Maven Repo!

Post by: on August 3rd, 2015 | File Under Announcements, LookingGlass, Mystcraft

(Forewarning: This post is mostly intended for other modders. It’s a cool thing and means neat stuff for the future, but the immediate applicability of it is limited to modders…)

Dev and API jars Mystcraft and LookingGlass are now possible to pull from a maven repo. maven.xcompwiz.com

Example GradleCode:

	repositories {
		maven {
			name "xcompwiz"
			url "http://maven.xcompwiz.com"
		}
	}
	dependencies {
		compile "com.xcompwiz.lookingglass:lookingglass:0.2.0.00:dev"
	}
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Mystcraft 0.12.3

Post by: on August 3rd, 2015 | File Under Mystcraft

No LookingGlass build this week.

This Mystcraft release is centered around the trading system, which has been in a state of partial completion for a while now. Check out the changelog for what all that means and what else got thrown in. :D

I’ve also finalized the maven repo for my projects. More info for that will be posted somewhere soon. :P

Mystcraft is available from CurseForge.

Mystcraft Changelog

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