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[1.7.10 -> 1.8] Question about changes.


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I am finishing API and core of my mod, now it would be good to make nice GUI. Heard that in 1.8 there are A LOT of changes in renderers. Is it even worth coding (mostly GuiScreen) before updating to 1.8 (I prefere to wait for more deobf version).


If not, what other parts I shouldn't get my hands onto?

1.7.10 is no longer supported by forge, you are on your own.

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The GUI stuff hasn't really changed much at all. I wrote a description of a few of the big changes at http://www.minecraftforge.net/forum/index.php/topic,24263.0.html. The 1.8 deobfuscation is actually pretty good. The only problem is that the Forge API hasn't been released, only FML. Forge and FML would update more quickly and be more stable if people would try out FML and report bugs.

Check out my mod, Realms of Chaos, here.


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Three words: Blocks and Items


It looks like you will need 3 files for the texture and model of blocks in 1.8.

Believe me, there is nothing more frustrating than hearing how block models are handled in 1.8 right after you finished coding an highly complicated TESR.



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