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How do I correctly setup forge with mcp??? [MC1.3.2]


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Hello I am trying to figure out how to setup forge with mcp because every time I try to follow the txt document I get errors and it doesnt work... and I can't find any video tutorials on how to do it, so if someone could help me that would be great, umm if you want to PM me or post here either would work. Thank You!!

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Well, first you need a CLEAN copy of minecraft.jar and minecraft_server.jar. That is the most important step!

Second, when you have errors installing Forge with MCP, usually we would like to see what ERRORS you had.

 

Steps to take to install Forge into MCP:

 

Put minecraft bin folder inside MCP jar folder.

Put minecraft resource folder inside MCP jar folder.

Put minecraft_server.jar inside MCP jar folder.

Put Forge SOURCE Files inside MCP Main folder.

Go into FORGE folder inside MCP Main Folder.

Run Install.bat or whichever runnable file that matches your OS.

Wait for it to finish.

If there are errors, post it up. If YOU SEE "MODIFIED JAR FOUND" YOU ARE NOT USING A CLEAN MINECRAFT JAR FILE OR SERVER FILE!

 

All the steps needed to install Forge into MCP for modders! Btw this was answered quite a few times already over several topics.

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The minecraft bin/resources and server.jar are all clean and I followed your exact instructions and this is what I got.

 

 

 

 

 

================ Forge ModLoader Setup Start ===================
Setting up MCP
> Backing up commands.py
Patching file C:\Users\Eli's laptop\Desktop\personal mods\mcp\runtime\commands.p
y
patching file commands.py
Hunk #2 succeeded at 586 (offset 2 lines).
Hunk #4 succeeded at 1047 (offset 2 lines).
Hunk #6 succeeded at 1077 (offset 2 lines).
Hunk #8 succeeded at 1247 (offset 2 lines).
Hunk #10 succeeded at 1350 (offset 2 lines).
Hunk #12 succeeded at 1451 (offset 2 lines).
Hunk #14 succeeded at 1627 (offset 2 lines).
Commands patch applied successfully
Copying FML conf
Fixing MCP Workspace
Downloaded argo-2.25.jar successfully
Downloaded guava-12.0.1.jar successfully
Downloaded guava-12.0.1-sources.jar successfully
Downloaded asm-all-4.0.jar successfully
Downloaded asm-all-4.0-source.jar successfully
== MCP 7.2 (data: 7.0a, client: 1.3.1, server: 1.3.1) ==
# found ff, ff patches, srgs, name csvs, doc csvs, param csvs, renumber csv, ast
yle, astyle config
> Creating Retroguard config files
Jar Check 0 jars\bin\minecraft.jar.backup jars\minecraft_server.jar.backup
== Decompiling client using fernflower ==
> Creating SRGs
> Applying Retroguard
Compiling AccessTransformer
Compiling MCPMerger
Running MCPMerder for 0
'"C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.7.0_05\bin\java" -classpath "C:\Users\Eli's laptop\
Desktop\personal mods...' failed : 1
Decompile failed
Decompile Exception: 1
Press any key to continue . . .

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Maybe you could try with 1.3.2 client and 1.3.2 server cause in the error log u use the 1.3.1 ones... but idk... pls try and tell me otherwise i would upload my fresh mcp with a fresh forge-install in it...

 

 

EDIT: I suggest this because u got mcp 7.2 for minecraft 1.3.2

but here's step for step:

1. delete your whole .minecraft-folder (it's the best way)

2. download minecraft by logging in with minecraft launcher

3. make a new mcp folder by extracting your downloaded mcp 7.2

4. inside of mcp-folder run updatemcp.bat and after that updatemd5.bat

5. now put your whole bin-folder and your whole resources-folder from .minecraft in the jars-folder in mcp and the ACTUAL minecraft_server.jar from minecraft.net/download... dont replace existing files in /jars-folder which r included by mcp

6. now get newest forge-sources and extract the forge-folder into your mcp-folder so that forge-folder is between eclipse-folder and jars-folder

7. now get in forge-folder in your mcp and run install.bat or install.cmd or how it is called at your pc

8 let it run and post errors if u have one or try again with forge 4.0.0.200 and not with newest build

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