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The file name is: mcmod.info and inside it goes:

 

[
{
  "modid": "package or main mod file name, I'm not sure",
  "name": "name",
  "description": "N/A ",
  "version": "version",
  "mcversion": "version",
  "url": "Info",
  "authorList": [  "Info", "Info"  ],
  "credits": "Info",
  "parent":""
}
]
}

 

This then goes in the root of the src of minecraft.jar. I think that's it anyway, someone correct me if I am wrong.

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The file name is: mcmod.info and inside it goes:

 

[
{
  "modid": "package or main mod file name, I'm not sure",
  "name": "name",
  "description": "N/A ",
  "version": "version",
  "mcversion": "version",
  "url": "Info",
  "authorList": [  "Info", "Info"  ],
  "credits": "Info",
  "parent":""
}
]
}

 

This then goes in the root of the src of minecraft.jar. I think that's it anyway, someone correct me if I am wrong.

 

The modid param is the Mod-ID and must be identical to the modid variable in the @Mod annotation.

description is a short description of what your mod adds / does. You can leave that blank if you want.

There's also a param named logoFile which links to the logo file in your package, e.g. "logoFile": "/logo_SAPMan.png". The logo file is named "logo_SAPMan.png" and is in your zip file (in no sub-directories).

 

EDIT: The file goes into your ZIP (in no sub-directories). I don't know how to do it within MCP, though.

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This thread makes me sad because people just post copy-paste-ready code when it's obvious that the OP has little to no programming experience. This is not how learning works.

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Basically go into your chosen coding software, for this I'll use eclipse as an example because that's what most people use.

 

First create a new file, make sure that under the drop down it is the file option. Name it: mcmod.info and copy this code into it:

 

[
{
  "modid": "Mod ID",
  "name": "Mod namet",
  "description": "N/A Anything that is added to the mod is Subject to change",
  "version": "1.0",
  "mcversion": "minecraft version",
  "url": "http://adf.ly/CTNHg",
  "logoFile": "/logo_SAPMan.png"
  "authorList": [  "author", "author"  ],
  "credits": "Credits",
  "parent":""
}
]
}

 

Then save it in the "Src" folder.

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