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Azalea

docs.rs

A collection of Rust crates for making Minecraft bots, clients, and tools.

Azalea

Currently supported Minecraft version: 1.19.3.

⚠️ Azalea is still very unfinished, though most crates are in a somewhat useable state

I named this Azalea because it sounds like a cool word and this is a cool library. This project was heavily inspired by PrismarineJS.

Docs

The "stable" documentation is available at docs.rs/azalea and the unstable docs are at azalea.matdoes.dev

Matrix/Discord

If you'd like to chat about Azalea, you can join the Matrix space at #azalea:matdoes.dev or the Discord server at discord.gg/FaRey6ytmC.

Why

I wanted a fun excuse to do something cool with Rust, and I also felt like I could do better than Mineflayer in some areas.

Goals

  • Do everything a vanilla client can do.
  • Be intuitive and easy to use.
  • Make it easy to have many bots working at the same time.
  • Don't trigger anticheats.
  • Support the latest Minecraft version.
  • Be fast and memory efficient.

Non-goals

  • Supporting several versions of Minecraft on the same branch.
  • Bedrock edition.
  • Graphics.

Stretch goals

  • Server implementation. (if you're interested in making this then please contact me, I'd love for it to be a thing. @mat:matdoes.dev / mat#1592)
  • Having branches for several popular Minecraft versions.

Dependencies

~195–590KB
~14K SLoC