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So I was getting into modding once again, but I noticed many things have changed. So even when I was going to skip 1.13.2 I decided to create a project with this version as it's what the documentation is up to. What I have noticed after starting is that it seams that it's not really up to date, unless I'm missing something.


For example the Documentation mentions that @Mod accepts different parameters, but in my case, it only accepts "modid"

It also mentions a mcmod.info file. But in the example that file isn't there, and what we find is a mods.toml file with information about the mod.


Should I not pay attention to the documentation and find out about all the changes somewhere else?

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1 hour ago, American2050 said:

For example the Documentation mentions that @Mod accepts different parameters, but in my case, it only accepts "modid"


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