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[1.7.10] [UNSOLVED] Getting the Path To The Current Mod's .jar File


TheDogePwner
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Why?

Either way, this is what you're looking for:

MainClass.class.getClassLoader().getResourceAsStream("some/location"); where "some/location" is a directory reference inside your jar file.

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These ideas worked. Thanks!

 

EDIT: The second answer is incorrect, this returns ".". I went through every element in that array and none of them gave me the path to the folder. The first answer doesn't give me what I need. I need a String/java.io.File of the path to the .minecraft or mods directory dynamically.

Sup bruh.

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