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Using fmlbranding.properties


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I'm making a (private) Minecraft launcher and would like to use fmlbranding.


The problem I have is: I need to explicitly add my launcher JAR to classpath of ClassLoader I create to load Minecraft classes, like this:

// ...
URLClassLoader mcClassLoader = new URLClassLoader(mcClassUrls.toArray(new URL[0]), getClass().getClassLoader());

If I don't do that, FML doesn't see fmlbranding.properties, regardless of parent ClassLoader.


What's the best way to go without adding unnecessary classes to the classpath?

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