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Pass pointed_thing to after_place_node
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ShadowNinja committed Jan 7, 2014
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8 changes: 7 additions & 1 deletion builtin/item.lua
Expand Up @@ -272,7 +272,13 @@ function minetest.item_place_node(itemstack, placer, pointed_thing, param2)
if def.after_place_node then
-- Copy place_to because callback can modify it
local place_to_copy = {x=place_to.x, y=place_to.y, z=place_to.z}
if def.after_place_node(place_to_copy, placer, itemstack) then
local pointed_thing_copy = {
type = pointed_thing.type,
under = pointed_thing.under,
above = pointed_thing.above

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Ekdohibs Jan 11, 2014


You should copy under and above to, because mods could modify it.

if def.after_place_node(place_to_copy, placer, itemstack,
pointed_thing_copy) then
take_item = false
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2 changes: 1 addition & 1 deletion doc/lua_api.txt
Expand Up @@ -2188,7 +2188,7 @@ Node definition (register_node)
^ Node destructor; always called after removing node
^ default: nil

after_place_node = func(pos, placer, itemstack),
after_place_node = func(pos, placer, itemstack, pointed_thing),
^ Called after constructing node when node was placed using
minetest.item_place_node / minetest.place_node
^ If return true no item is taken from itemstack
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