I'll be streaming December 8th, mark your calendars today!
I thought as that seeing as how there aren't an abundance of Youtube videos on how to make Minetest mods that I might start up a short series on creating mods.
Feel free to suggest topics on anything that might be tripping you up, or that you've struggled with in the past.

Mod Breakdown:
Parent directory

Atom https://atom.io/ (Not mentioned in video, but highly recommended.)
Jedit http://jedit.org/
Geany http://www.geany.org/
Notepad++ http://notepad-plus-plus.org/
TechRancherSubmitted by TechRancher on Thu, 09/05/2019 - 01:00

Hey Nathan,
Thanks so much for making videos to help us learn and understand the modding process.
I wanted to add that you can now run Lua code in Visual Studio Code with the Lua extensions and the use of the extension called Code Runner to run your Lua code in the Terminal in VS Code.

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