Clant Mod Loader is a mod loader for Minecraft and allows loading of Minecraft mods to be loaded in multiple threads allowing concurrent mod loading, which allows for faster loading of mods. This does not multi-thread Minecraft, just mod loading. This is not like TickThreading.
Clant Mod Loader provides a fairly simple API to make bare mods as it has not developed a API for developing mods. It currently SHOULD not be used to make mods that use things other than logging.
Setuping Clant (replace 1.8.8 with the supported release Minecraft version):
Download a release JAR
Go to your minecraft directory's version folder.
Copy the directory of 1.8.8 and paste it in the versions folder and name it as Clant.
Open the directory of Clant and then using a archive manager to up the 1.8.8 JAR.
Open the release JAR with a archive manager.
Move all the files of the release JAR to the 1.8.8 JAR inside of the Clant directory.
Rename the release JAR to Clant. (full name: Clant.jar)
Rename the 1.8.8.json to Clant.json.
Open Clant.json and modify the main-class entry to "net.minecraft.client.Main"
Open up Clant.json and modify the field id to Clant.
Open up Minecraft Launcher and make a new profile with version "release Clant"
Run the profile!
Modding is fairly simple using Clant and doesn't take very long.
Copy the Clant.jar and place it in a prefered directory.
Add Clant.jar as a compile dependency or add it to your build path.
Make a mod.properties file inside of your src and it must be inside mod's root when built jar.
Make a main class that implements Mod and in your mod.properties add a entry named "main-class" and add the path to the main class.
Add a @ClantMod annotation to the main class with information.
Build the JAR and place it in your .minecraft/mods