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[1.12.2] Multiple Mods in one Jar File


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I'm wondering if it's possible to have two different mods in one file. (ModA.class + Stuff for ModA & ModB.class + Stuff for ModB ===> ModAB.jar)

If it is possible would be nice if you could tell me how to do.


Hope you understood my problem

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Use one workspace.

Don't modify your build.gradle file.

It magically happens for you because you didn't tell gradle there was supposed to be two jar files, so it makes one.

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