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--[[
Crafting Sections (in order, top to bottom):
1. Fuel
2. Cooking
3. Crafting and Recycling
The crafting recipe for the sled is in the sled.lua file.
~ LazyJ
--]]
-- 1. Fuel
minetest.register_craft({
type = "fuel",
recipe = "snow:needles",
burntime = 1,
})
minetest.register_craft({
type = "fuel",
recipe = "snow:sapling_pine",
burntime = 10,
})
minetest.register_craft({
type = "fuel",
recipe = "snow:needles_decorated",
burntime = 1,
})
minetest.register_craft({
type = "fuel",
recipe = "snow:xmas_tree",
burntime = 10,
})
-- 2. Cooking
--[[
"Cooks_into_ice" is a custom group I assigned to full-sized, snow-stuff nodes
(snow bricks, snow cobble, snow blocks, etc.) so I wouldn't have to write an individual cooking
recipe for each one.
~ LazyJ
--]]
minetest.register_craft({
type = "cooking",
cooktime = 12,
output = "default:ice",
recipe = "group:cooks_into_ice",
})
-- 3. Crafting and Recycling
-- Let's make moss craftable so players can more easily create mossycobble and
-- gives another useful purpose to pine needles. ~ LazyJ
minetest.register_craft({
output = 'snow:moss',
recipe = {
{'snow:needles', 'snow:needles'},
{'snow:needles', 'snow:needles'},
},
})
--[[
Most snow biomes are too small to provide enough snow as a building material and
still have enough landscape snow to create the wintry surroundings of a
snow village or castle. So I added this snowblock crafting recipe as a way for
players to increase their snow supply in small increments. I considered making
the output 9 but that would make it all too quick and easy (especially for griefers) to create lots
of snowblocks (and then use them to water-grief by melting the snow blocks).
~ LazyJ
--]]
minetest.register_craft({
type = "shapeless",
output = 'default:snowblock 3',
recipe = {
'snow:snow_cobble',
'snow:snow_cobble'
}
})
minetest.register_craft({
type = "shapeless",
output = 'default:snowblock 3',
recipe = {
'default:snowblock',
'default:snowblock'
}
})
minetest.register_craft({
output = 'snow:snow_brick',
recipe = {
{'default:snowblock', 'default:snowblock'},
{'default:snowblock', 'default:snowblock'}
}
})
-- Why not recycle snow_bricks back into snowblocks? ~ LazyJ
minetest.register_craft({
output = 'default:snowblock 4',
recipe = {
{'snow:snow_brick'}
}
})
-- Recycle basic, half-block, slabs back into full blocks
-- A little "list" magic here. Instead of writing four crafts I only have to write two. ~ LazyJ
local recycle_default_slabs = {
"ice",
"snowblock",
}
for _, name in pairs(recycle_default_slabs) do
local subname_default = name
-- This craft is for default snowblocks and default ice.
-- 1 crafting recipe handles 2, default blocks. ~ LazyJ
minetest.register_craft({
type = "shapeless",
output = "default:"..subname_default,
recipe = {
"snow:slab_"..subname_default,
"snow:slab_"..subname_default,
}
})
end
-- Similar list magic here too. I couldn't successfully combine these in the first list
-- because we are dealing with slabs/blocks from two different mods, the "Snow" mod and
-- minetest_game's "Default" mod. ~ LazyJ
local recycle_snowmod_slabs = {
"snow_brick",
"snow_cobble",
}
for _, name in pairs(recycle_snowmod_slabs) do
local subname_snowmod = name
-- This craft is for the Snow mod's full-sized blocks.
-- 1 crafting recipe handles 2, or more, Snow mod blocks. ~ LazyJ
minetest.register_craft({
type = "shapeless",
output = "snow:"..subname_snowmod,
recipe = {
"snow:slab_"..subname_snowmod,
"snow:slab_"..subname_snowmod,
}
})
end