Debian Bug report logs - #721086
ITP: minetest-mod-plantlife -- Minetest mod - Plantlife

Package: wnpp; Maintainer for wnpp is wnpp@debian.org;

Reported by: Dominik George <nik@naturalnet.de>

Date: Tue, 27 Aug 2013 20:51:02 UTC

Owned by: Dominik George <nik@naturalnet.de>

Severity: wishlist

Tags: pending

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From: Dominik George <nik@naturalnet.de>
To: Debian Bug Tracking System <submit@bugs.debian.org>
Subject: ITP: minetest-mod-plantlife -- Minetest mod - Plantlife
Date: Tue, 27 Aug 2013 22:49:31 +0200
Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist
Owner: Dominik George <nik@naturalnet.de>

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* Package name    : minetest-mod-plantlife
  Upstream Author : Vanessa Ezetowski
* License         : WTFPL, CC-BY-SA-2.0+
  Programming Lang: Lua
  Description     : Minetest mod - Plantlife

 Plantlife is a combined form of the Flowers, Jungle Grass, and Poison Ivy mods
 and has been significantly rewritten and re-organized.  This mod supplies all
 three of these components and should be 100% compatible with mods that used
 the old versions.

 Its purpose is to add various kinds of flowers, cotton plants, water foliage,
 poison ivy, and jungle grass in a few sizes.  All of these are spawned as
 normal nodes and can be collected and used in any recipes that depend on the
 old mods.

 Spawning of plants is sensitive to the amount of available light.  Flowers,
 cotton, and waterlilies only spawn when there at least a signficant amount of
 light.  Seaweed will grow only in dimly-lit areas.  Jungle grass and poison
 ivy also grow in the daytime, but require less light than flowers.

 Growing of jungle grass and poison ivy will only occur for plants that are on
 the same surface that is necessary for them to spawn on, so they won't grow if
 placed on e.g. cobble or homedecor flower pot, etc.  This doesn't affect
 wall-climbing poison ivy, since it uses a different growth pattern.

 All plants use perlin noise to keep where they grow under control - no more
 random spread of plants!  In addition, the density of the plants in any region
 they appear in has been fixed and brought under control.

 Poison ivy is found sparsely among junglegrass, but will not grow near
 flowers.

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