Issue #69 resolved
Chimaine created an issue

Going forward, Minecraft heavily relies on BlockStates to represent TEs in the world. In order to provide a complete API for interaction with world objects, those must be implemented in MT2.

Comments (7)

  1. mezzodrinker

    representing block states as tables was implemented in e80ee58 and merged in aa2a097

    setting the values of block states' properties is not a high priority right now, so I'll set the issue to "on hold".

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