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Hi. I have got an error, which says: "Project 'Minecraft' is missing required library: 'C:\Users\admin\Desktop\Minecraft\MCP\forge 1.7\unresolved dependency -  forgeBin 1.7.2-". It is all the time. I tried

gradlew.bat setupDecompWorkspace eclipse


gradlew.bat setupDevWorkspace eclipse

and them both

gradlew.bat setupDevWorkspace setupDecompWorkspace

and simple "eclipse"

gradlew.bat eclipse

But this problem is. I know that I need forge binarny file, but I don't know how this file must be inside. Should I download userdev or universal? Or it is a special file? And if it is so, where can I download this special file and where should I put it (in what directory) ? Thank's

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Delete old .classpath file in forge folder

gradlew.bat setupDevWorkspace setupDecompWorkspace eclipse

Open .classpath with a text editor.

Search for "forgeSrc" .

File name "forgeSrc" in path attribute should be changed to "forgeBin".

File name "forgeSrc" in sourcepath attribute should remain unchanged.

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There is one way to fix this problem. And that is to run the setup and IDE tasks in seperate commands.

for example..

gradlew setupDevWorkspace eclipse

should instead be done as...

gradlew setupDevWorkspace

gradlew eclipse


this will serv as a workarround until I can permanently fix this issue.

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Still doesn't work. "forgeSrc-1.7.2-" shows up in the project folder now, but I still get:

Archive for required library: 'C:/Users/einsteinsci/.gradle/caches/minecraft/net/minecraftforge/forge/1.7.2-' in project '1019 v2' cannot be read or is not a valid ZIP file

in Markers.


When I try and run it anyway, the FMLTweaker class isn't found.

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  • 2 weeks later...

When your settting up your Workspace


use these commands


first command -

gradlew.bat setupDecompWorkspace --refresh-dependencies


Second Command -

gradlew.bat eclipse

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Here's how I get mine to work:


gradlew.bat setupDecompWorkspace eclipse

gradlew.bat --refresh-dependencies

gradlew.bat setupDecompWorkspace --debug

gradlew.bat eclipse --debug


This series of commands fixes all build path errors. I got these from LexManos himself when I had the same problem. Use all of them every time you update as well.

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