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How do I port an old mod to a newer version of Minecraft?


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So there is this mod called Ambience, (a mod which adds music), that I would like to port to 1.15. The current version is 1.12. What steps would I take to get the code from the Github and set the version in Gradle/Forge to 1.15? I've downloaded the code in a zip file, edited the gradle config file to set the mcp mappings to the latest 1.15 version, and set the version to the latest 1.15 forge version. After that I ran gradlew eclipse and gradlew genEclipseRuns. Is there anything else I have to do before in order to get myself started and start changing up the code to make it compatible with forge 1.15? Thanks.

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