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Add mention to mods.toml in the documentation


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I was following the guide at https://mcforge.readthedocs.io/en/1.16.x/gettingstarted/ and it mentions we should change the instances of "examplemod" on build.gradle to the nameid of the mod we creating. And it also mentions we should change the group too.

There are a couple of missing steps here. It doesn't mention we should change the project structure to reflect this changes. And more important, it doesn't mention the mods.toml file at all. Without updating this file with the correct values Minecraft wont start.

 

EDIT: PS: Just noticed the mention to this comes on the next step. I guess then on step 1 it shouldn't be mention how to run the mod yet?

 

 

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