Sandstone, the foundation for pyramids. Another modding framework.
Every major version increase means a Minecraft version increase. 1.0.x is for 1.7.2/1.7.10. 1.1.x will be for Minecraft 1.8, 1.2.x for 1.9. And so on.
From a terminal,
./gradlew setupCIWorkspace ./gradlew build
or from the Windows's Command Prompt.
gradlew.bat setupCIWorkspace gradlew.bat build
You should now find a build of libsandstone in build/libs.
If you want a feature implemented, or found a bug, talk to us about it! We're very open with pull requests, but be warned that we legally take ownership of any code contributed to this repository.
Since IntelliJ/Eclipse is not aware of libsandstone's Gradle dependencies, you'll need to download and link the latest version of jTOML (found here) within your IDE project.
If you've found a bug, please report it on the Github issue tracker. It helps a lot. Another thing you can do is use OpenEye. That'll tell us about any crashes you have with libsandstone, without you needing to report it.
Also, if your going to implement a large feature, or just want to talk to us, you can reach us on IRC at #reliquary on EsperNet.
libsandstone is under the LGPLv3 license, found in the LICENSE file included within the repo.
Any code under org.github.trainerguy22.jtoml is licensed under the MIT license. This license is GPL-compatible.