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Quick Stability Question: Which safer 1.13 vs. 1.14?


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I see a lot of people skipping 1.13 because players have moved on, but  I'm wondering, which is generally more stable and easier to work with:

  • Forge for 1.13.x, because it's been out longer with more time to fix bugs, or
  • Forge for 1.14.x, by building on bug fixes for 1.13.

I'm not even sure if updating my mods is that feasible (especially the one the generate a huge procedurally generated structure with ten-of-thousands of blocks across dozens of chunks), and don't really like the idea of completely skippings version (I never have before) -- but which would be the better to shoot for?  Is 1.13 worth it now? 

Developer of Doomlike Dungeons.

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Just now, JaredBGreat said:

Well, one other little question then -- would it be best to use the latest 1.14 version, 1.14.4 at the moment, or are versions for 1.14.2 or 1.14.3 more stable and developed?

1.14.4 Everything is still being implemented so the latest is the best at the moment.

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I will be posting 1.15.2 modding tutorials on this channel. If you want to be notified of it do the normal YouTube stuff like subscribing, ect.

Forge and vanilla BlockState generator.

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