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1.13 - to wait or not to wait?


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I've been creating my mods for a stongly outdated version of Minecraft  - 1.7.10, just becuse of Traincraft and Flans Mod stuff being available only for this version. Now I want to rewrite those mods for the most recent one. 1.12.2 is the latest at the time, but these will be soon available 1.13 and 1.12 will get outdated. Now I wonder what to do - to wait for the 1.13 and write a mod after this release, or write a mod on 1.12 now and just rewrite it to 1.13 after its release. So, my main question is - is there Forge for 1.13 going to have the big changes compared to 1.12.2, that will force me to rewrite a whole mod code architecture when going from 1.12 to 1.13, or the changes will be not that significant and conversion from 1.12 to 1.13 won't hurt a bit?


UPDATE: I found a similar topic on this forum, so if my topic won't give anything new, it can be closed.

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