SanLib Mod 1.12.2/1.11.2/1.10.2 is the mod created by SanAndreasP. Its objective is to bring a code that is utilized by other mods of the creator.
You may have known about API and Library mods in Minecraft. Normally, when a creator makes a lot of modifications, they usually release a library mod storing a code used by their mods. Players need to install that library mod if they want to run the mods of the same creator. Therefore, modpack developers tend to create more library mods these days. It is because they can maximize resources as well as support various mods at the same time.
The same goes for this one – SanLib Mod. It does not include any effects if you install it as a separate mod into the game. Instead, what it does is to help other mods run smoothly. All the supported mods will utilize a standard set of code. Thanks to this, the file size can be decreased for better optimization. According to SanAndreasP, he added the codes into this library mod. Hence, you have to install it first if you want other mods to run. Here are the supported mods:
- Clay Soldiers Mod
- Turret Mod Rebirth
For the operation of SanLib library mod, you have to download and install the following files:
- Minecraft Forge
For Minecraft 1.10 and above, the library is basically a non-coremod next-in-line of SanAndreasP’s Manager Pack.
How to Install SanLib Mod
It’s best to follow the tutorial below if you want to operate SanLib Mod the mod in a smooth way!
- At first, you should install Minecraft Forge and Mantle Mod!
- Then, please locate the Minecraft application folder!
- For Windows, quickly head to Start Menu and choose the Run section. Next, type “%appdata%” and strike the Run button.
- For Mac, you need to open Finder, press down Alt, and apply the Left Mouse Button to the Go area. Move to the Library on the top bar and enter the Application Support folder to look for “Minecraft.
- Put SanLib Mod the mod downloaded with the .jar file into the Mods directory.
- Now, join Minecraft and Left-click on the Mods icon. You will see SanLib Mod there.