Player API Mod is a base mod that gives third party mods managed access to the main player classes, including the client class ‘EntityPlayerSP’ aka ‘bew’, the server class ‘EntityPlayerMP’ aka ‘lf’ and the bukkit class ‘EntityPlayer’.
Player API is surely on the first place of your must-have mod list, especially if you are a mod developer. It allows users to access and change some usually-can-not-be-touched part of Minecraft, like client, server and bukkit classes. The mod is literally a base mod for others to work in. It helps to minimize incompatibility between mods, thus decrease errors such as lagging, crashes, black screen, etc. Due to the fact that Player API is quite a complicated mod, it is recommended that you have some knowledge about Java and the mod itself. Don’t just mess around without any idea of what you’re doing or your precious Minecraft world will be destroyed in seconds. So be careful.
Player API is compatible with Minecraft Forge, but remember to install it after Minecraft Forge if you want the game to run properly. Noticeably, this method only works with Minecraft 1.6.1 and earlier. For Minecraft 1.6 and later use Player API forge. For Minecraft 1.7.2 and later use Player API core.
This API is currently used by the following mods:
- Aether II
- Atlantis Mod
- Battlegear (until Minecraft 1.2.5)
- CJB Mods
- Combat tweaks
- Enchantable Bow Patch
- Flan’s Mod
- Galacticraft (until Minecraft 1.4.7)
- Infinite Craft
- Magic Crusade
- More Enchantments Mod
- Single Player Commands Patch
- Skills API
- Smart Moving
- Sports Mod
- Thirst Mod
- Throw That Brick!
How to install Player API Mod?
For installation instructions:
- make sure you download the right file:
- Vanilla for mods on a vanilla (non Minecraft Forge) client/server.
- Forge for mods on a Minecraft Forge client/server.
- Bukkit for bukkit plugins.
- MCPC+ for mods on a MCPC+ server.
- Core for mods on a Minecraft Forge client/server or a MCPC+ server.
- read the “installation” section of your download’s readme files
- For 1.8.9:
- For 1.8.8:
- For 1.8:
- For 1.7.10:
- For 1.6.4:
Credit: Divisor – Original thread on minecraftforum.net