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Diabling the server GUI


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Where would I want to put calls to disable the server GUI? My mod is a coremod, I just need to know the best way to get this to work...

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I'm *attempting* to implement the Bukkit API under minecraft forge, and a lot of the plugins output to standard output, rather then using the logger (like they should be). I don't really want to change System.out, since FML changes it and changing it again might mess things up badly.

 

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I'm *attempting* to implement the Bukkit API under minecraft forge, and a lot of the plugins output to standard output, rather then using the logger (like they should be). I don't really want to change System.out, since FML changes it and changing it again might mess things up badly.

Well, cpw's doing the same thing as you.

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Ah, but I'm doing it in the opposite direction - Rather than porting forge itself to Bukkit, I'm creating a coremod for a vanilla server that acts as a layer between forge and the Bukkit API.

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Ah, but I'm doing it in the opposite direction - Rather than porting forge itself to Bukkit, I'm creating a coremod for a vanilla server that acts as a layer between forge and the Bukkit API.

Yeah, that is his new project since 1.3, to port bukkit to forge.

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