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Forge not finding mcmod.info


JamieEdwards
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Hi guys,

 

So I've decided to start picking up modding again and have run into an issue whilst starting fresh.

 

My Eclipse file structure is as follows:

 

ComTech --

              |-- src --

                          |-- java --

                          |            |-- com/jamierhys/comtech/ --

                          |                                                        |-- main --

                          |                                                                        |-- ComTech <-- Where my main mod class is

                          |-- resources --

                                                |-- assets

                                                |

                                                |-- mcmod.info

 

Now when I launch the client and have a look at "mods", ComTech does have an entry in the mods list but when I click on it, it says to message the author for a mcmod.info file.

 

I don't understand what's changed as this has always been the same way I've created mods. What am I doing wrong?

 

my mcmod.info looks like this:

 

[
{
    "modinfo": "comtech",
    "name": "ComTech",
    "description": "",
    "version": "1.10.2-0.0.1",
    "mcversion": "1.10.2",
    "url": "",
    "updateUrl": "",
    "authorList": ["JamieRhys"],
    "credits": "",
    "logoFile": "",
    "dependencies": ["Forge"]
}
]

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Is resources set as a source folder/are other assets being loaded? If so post your mcmod.info file.

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The default Gradle project structure uses src/main/java/... and src/main/resources/... rather than just src/java/... and src/resources/.... You probably need to use the default structure (recommended) or tell Gradle about your custom structure.

 

Edit: Fixed formatting error.

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Is the modid of your mod comtech all lower case?

 

Yes it is... As I said, I pretty much copied my previous code (from back in 1.7.10) which worked perfectly and it's not working here.

 

The default Gradle project structure uses src/main/java/... and src/main/resources/...[/code] rather than just src/java/... and src/resources/.... You probably need to use the default structure (recommended) or tell Gradle about your custom structure.

 

Well, I've tried changing the file structure to src/main/java and src/main/resources and it still isn't being picked up.

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