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  1. Minetest mod moretrees
  2. ======================
  3. All source code:
  4. © 2013, Vanessa Ezekowitz <>
  5. Date & cocos palm code (date_palm.lua, cocos_palm.lua)
  6. © 2016, Rogier <>
  7. All date & date palm textures, date-based food, cocos flower & green coconuts,
  8. and all poplar textures:
  9. © 2016, Rogier <>
  10. - Three of the date palm textures are modifications of existing moretrees textures
  11. - The green coconuts are a modification of the brown coconut
  12. - The date cake batter is a modification of the acorn muffin batter
  13. All other sapling textures (textures/*_sapling.png):
  14. © 2013, Tim Huppertz <>
  15. All other textures:
  16. © 2013, Vanessa Ezekowitz <>
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