MaLiLib is a library mod containing shared code for masa's client-side mods.
Basically it contains all the configuration options, keybind stuff, most of the GUI code and a bunch of other utility stuff for the mods that use it.
(The name is just short for masa's Litemod Library, because I have zero imagination... [since it was first created for the LiteLoader versions of the mods])
Make sure to get the correct mod version from the Files page!!
Note: There are both Fabric and Forge versions for 1.14.4 and later MC versions, look at the file name to get the correct version!
The file name always indicates the mod loader (for example Fabric vs. Forge) and the Minecraft version:
malilib-<mod loader>-<MC version>-<mod version>.jar
Malilib is required by the following mods, starting from the indicated versions:
- Item Scroller - 0.14.0 and later
- Litematica - for any builds starting from around 2018-06-11
- MiniHUD - 0.17.0 and later
- TellMe - 0.6.1 and later
- Tweakeroo - 0.8.0 and later
The exact required version of malilib for each mod version will be indicated in the changelog of each of the dependent mods.
Basically when some mod requires a newer version of malilib, then all the other dependent mods will also get an update at the same time, if the change in malilib breaks compatibility. Normally breaking changes should hopefully be rare.
Basically you should be able to always use the latest version of malilib for any of the dependent mods, at least if you update them all at the same time, as you always should.
TL;DR; Update everything at once!
Starting from the 0.10.0-dev.19 version of malilib, the only required part of Fabric API is embedded inside malilib, so you don't need to get the Fabric API mod separately anymore just for my mods.
For MC 1.13.x you should note that only 1.13.2 is supported, so you need Rift for 1.13.2 from Chocohead's fork.
Rift 1.13.2 installation (if you play Minecraft 1.13.2):
- Make sure you have Java 8 installed (Java 9 or newer won't work with Rift)
Option 1 - Use the MultiMC launcher (I personally recommend this!):
- Get MultiMC from https://multimc.org
- Download this zip: https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/480755595654332456/674588502008004618/mmc_rift_1.13.2_jitpack_aeee80c1fb-1_https.zip
- In MultiMC, click Add Instance from the top
- Select Import from zip on the left, and select that zip file you downloaded from above. Give the instance a name on the top, and click OK to finish and Rift will get installed to that instance.
- If you need further help with MultiMC, I have a video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HzR9oRld08A
Option 2 - To install Rift 1.13.2 to the vanilla launcher:
- First download the Rift installer from here: https://www.jitpack.io/com/github/Chocohead/Rift/ jitpack-aeee80c1fb-1/Rift-jitpack-aeee80c1fb-1.jar
- Close the Minecraft launcher if you have it running
- Double click the Rift jar it to run it
- If it installed successfully, then open the equivalent of the file C:\Users\masa\AppData\Roaming\.minecraft\versions\1.13.2-rift-1.0.4-SNAPSHOT\1.13.2-rift-1.0.4-SNAPSHOT.json ( depending on your OS and user name etc.) in a text editor
- Inside the libraries array, on the com.github.Chocohead:Rift line, replace the SNAPSHOT string with aeee80c1fb-1
- Save the file
- The game should now launch with Rift installed when you launch it using the 1.13.2-rift-1.0.4-SNAPSHOT profile in the vanilla launcher.
- Image of how the json file should look like after the edit: