A plugin to customize the recipes on your server to your liking. Currently it only allows to set recipes in the recipes.cb config file, but an in-game recipe creator is planned as well as recipe-based permissions.
For the recipe viewer to work, you currently need the latest Spout development build. It's activated by right-clicking a workbench with a book.
Recipes are read from recipes.cb. The format is pretty intuitive; it is most easily explained by example.
# The # symbol indicates that the rest of the line is a comment @Shaped dirt dirt # An up to 3x3 grid of the ingredients, with air for empty slots. 0 3 # ingredients can be specified by ID or name -> 2x IRON_INGOT # The format of the result is the same for all recipe types @Smelt Dirt -> 3x Wheat @Shapeless Apple, Bowl -> 1 Water-bucket # The x is optional @Smelt Redstone -> 6 ink-sack/3 # You can specify data-values anywhere except on smelting input @Smelt Bow -> 1 Bow ARROW_INFINITE=1 # You can add enchantments or other metadata like this.
For more details, see Recipe Format.
The following keys are used from the config.yml in the Cookbook folder
- startup - Specifies how Cookbook should behave on startup. Valid values are "clear" (remove all vanilla recipes before adding the ones from recipes.cb), "reset" (reset to vanilla recipes before adding your custom recipes), and "compound" (just add your recipes). You could use this to suppress recipes from other plugins, or to completely redo the recipes Minecraft offers.
- fix.lava-bucket - If true, Cookbook will give back the bucket when you use lava buckets as a fuel.
- fix.soup-bowl - If true, Cookbook will give back the bowl if you use mushroom soup in a recipe.
- fix.glass-bottle - If true, Cookbook will give back the bottle if you use a potion in a recipe. Note that, if you set this to true and create recipes where potions are used as ingredients to craft other potions, you will get a free glass bottle each time a potion is crafted from a potion. So don't set it to true if you want recipes of that type.
Note: This is not the original Cookbook by fullwall and is not even based on his code; it has been rewritten from scratch, but I liked the name and, since his has been inactive for a long time, decided to recycle it. If there is enough demand I may write a converter to convert fullwall's Cookbook format to my Cookbook format.
Table of contents
- Date created
- Aug 29, 2011
- Last update
- Feb 21, 2013
- Development stage
- MIT License
- Curse link
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