Modding:Liquids

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Adding a new liquid[edit | edit source]

A new liquid is implemented by a C# class that inherits from XRL.Liquids.BaseLiquid and has the XRL.World.Parts.IsLiquid attribute. A trivial liquid might be implemented, say, in a file called MyLiquid.cs directly inside the mod's directory, as follows:

using XRL.Liquids;

[IsLiquid]
public class MyLiquid : BaseLiquid {
    public MyLiquid () : base ("myliquid") {}
}

This creates a liquid with largely uninteresting properties whose internal identifier is myliquid. The easiest way is to see it in-game is to spawn it in some container, so let's create an ObjectBlueprints.xml as well:

<objects>
    <object Name="MyLiquidPool" Inherits="Water">
        <part Name="LiquidVolume" MaxVolume="-1" Volume="10" StartVolume="10d10" InitialLiquid="myliquid-1000"></part>
    </object>
</objects>

Now you can wish it into existence with MyLiquidPool.

Modifying an existing liquid[edit | edit source]

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Properties that a liquid can implement[edit | edit source]

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