Wawla - What Are We Looking At
What Are We Looking At (WAWLA) is a Minecraft mod which helps provide in game documentation for vanilla and modded content.
This project is sponsored by Nodecraft. Use code Darkhax for 30% off your first month of service!
- Time left until animal can breed again.
- Time left for baby animal to grow up.
- Armor points of an entity.
- Whether or not a pet has been tamed.
- Whether or not a pet is sitting.
- Blast resistance of the block.
- Hardness of the block.
- Harvestability info, such as correct item to use.
- The amount of enchanting power a block gives to an enchantment table.
- The break percentage of the block currently being mined.
- The amount of EXP an EXP orb is worth.
- Speed and Jump strength of a horse.
- Name of Item in Item Frame
- Fuse time on Primed TNT
- Name of a villagers profession.
- Info on everything in a furnace including contents and remaining fuel.
- Name of the player on player skulls.
- Enchantment Descriptions on enchantment books.
Does this mod work on servers?
Yes, this mod can be installed on both the client and server. While this mod is can be installed client side only, some features will require that the server have the mod installed as well. Keep in mind that if this mod is installed on the server, players willnot be required to install to connect.
Could you add support for X mod or Y feature?
I would love to add support for as many features as possible, however I am not very familiar with other mods. If you have a suggestion please create a new GitHub issue with general info about how it works.
Can I use this mod in my mod pack?
Yes, just remember to give credit and link back to the official download page.
What relation does this mod have with Waila?
Wawla started off as an add-on for WAILA. While Wawla is primarily a Waila add-on, it now revolves around the info engine system. This system allows Wawla to run without Waila installed, and will also allow Wawla to work with other Waila alternatives.
How does the info engine work?
The info engine system puts a layer between the features in Wawla, and the mod which displays the information to the player, which I refer to as an info engine. This provides independence from WAILA and allows the mod to run without it. For example, Wawla is now includes a small mini-mod called ICSE (I can see everything) which is used as a fallback engine. In the future I plan to add support for other mods like The One Probe.