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I am not 100% sure it they are in a different file but, I have found missing mappings that are not in forge but, are in mcpbot data exports here is the full list I ran a program comparing forges mcp-srg.srg and mcpbot
https://pastebin.com/psSMJNFT

 

Checked Missing mappings with mcp-srg.srg you can manually serch for the srg names but, they are not there the snapshot is 20171003

 

Since I am not sure if this is a bug or not and if all of these got fixed in latest forge so I am submitting this here

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"There are mappings in MCP bot but not in my workspace"

"I'm using 4 month old mappings!"

See the problem here? Update your mappings. Nothing to do with us.

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3 hours ago, LexManos said:

"There are mappings in MCP bot but not in my workspace"

"I'm using 4 month old mappings!"

See the problem here? Update your mappings. Nothing to do with us.

Well It appears that downloading the latest mdk and ruining a new dev didn't download anything higher then that snapshot. ran both command eclipse and setupDecompWorkspace in a new mdk. So I can't verify if anything is missing or not. I can't update the mappings if setting up up latest mdk doesn't update them for me.

 

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1 hour ago, jredfox said:

Well It appears that downloading the latest mdk and ruining a new dev didn't download anything higher then that snapshot. ran both command eclipse and setupDecompWorkspace in a new mdk. So I can't verify if anything is missing or not. I can't update the mappings if setting up up latest mdk doesn't update them for me.

 

The MCP Mappings version is completely independent of the Forge MDK version; you can set the mappings property in the minecraft block of build.gradle to change the Mappings version.

 

There's a snapshot version of the MCP Mappings released automatically every day, but Forge rarely updates to new Mappings versions.

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1 hour ago, Choonster said:

 

The MCP Mappings version is completely independent of the Forge MDK version; you can set the mappings property in the minecraft block of build.gradle to change the Mappings version.

 

There's a snapshot version of the MCP Mappings released automatically every day, but Forge rarely updates to new Mappings versions.

So it's forges stuff they need to update  the new mappings then? I mean I don't need them just throwing them out there that there were no srg names for them

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In your build.gradle, you should have a minecraft block:

minecraft {
    version = "1.12.2-14.23.2.2621"
    runDir = "run"
    mappings = "snapshot_20180301"
    // makeObfSourceJar = false
}

Change the mappings to a newer version, in the format yyyymmdd.

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This brings up an important point. To update your mod/workspace you generally just update your build.gradle -- you should not be re-downloading the MDK generally. Rather every few weeks I suggest updating your build.gradle with the latest forge version as well as the mapping that you're discussing here, and rerunning the setup workspace and eclipse or idea to get all the latest stuff.

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