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Well, I just finished my mod, now I am having some trouble with it, I've looked everywhere and I can't figure out how to compile it (Not sure if the right word) Essentially, I now want it to be able to run in minecraft, and I am at a loss, I know it is probably obvious, but I can't figure it out.

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That is the thing, it won't let me recompile it, I might be doing it wrong is what I am thinking, I was wondering if I was missing a step or something so I was asking if someone could tell me exactly what needed to be done to recompile. 'Cause it won't work for me.

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Linux/Mac:

Run recompile.sh.

Run reobfuscate.sh

Get your mod files out of the reobf folder.

Windows:

Same thing, with .bat files.

 

I may add that I recommend to use the reobfuscate_srg.(bat/sh), since then you don't have to worry about updating your mod every Minecraft bugfix update (like the 1.5.0 -> 1.5.1 -> 1.5.2 updates)

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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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Linux/Mac:

Run recompile.sh.

Run reobfuscate.sh

Get your mod files out of the reobf folder.

Windows:

Same thing, with .bat files.

 

I may add that I recommend to use the reobfuscate_srg.(bat/sh), since then you don't have to worry about updating your mod every Minecraft bugfix update (like the 1.5.0 -> 1.5.1 -> 1.5.2 updates)

Why, exactly?

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Linux/Mac:

Run recompile.sh.

Run reobfuscate.sh

Get your mod files out of the reobf folder.

Windows:

Same thing, with .bat files.

 

I may add that I recommend to use the reobfuscate_srg.(bat/sh), since then you don't have to worry about updating your mod every Minecraft bugfix update (like the 1.5.0 -> 1.5.1 -> 1.5.2 updates)

Why, exactly?

what do you mean with "why"?

why I recommend this or why you don't have to worry about updating your mod during MC bugfix updates?

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mah twitter

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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Linux/Mac:

Run recompile.sh.

Run reobfuscate.sh

Get your mod files out of the reobf folder.

Windows:

Same thing, with .bat files.

 

I may add that I recommend to use the reobfuscate_srg.(bat/sh), since then you don't have to worry about updating your mod every Minecraft bugfix update (like the 1.5.0 -> 1.5.1 -> 1.5.2 updates)

Why, exactly?

what do you mean with "why"?

why I recommend this or why you don't have to worry about updating your mod during MC bugfix updates?

 

I personally would be interested in the later part. How does the magic work, any leads?

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Linux/Mac:

Run recompile.sh.

Run reobfuscate.sh

Get your mod files out of the reobf folder.

Windows:

Same thing, with .bat files.

 

I may add that I recommend to use the reobfuscate_srg.(bat/sh), since then you don't have to worry about updating your mod every Minecraft bugfix update (like the 1.5.0 -> 1.5.1 -> 1.5.2 updates)

Why, exactly?

what do you mean with "why"?

why I recommend this or why you don't have to worry about updating your mod during MC bugfix updates?

 

I personally would be interested in the later part. How does the magic work, any leads?

 

You heard of "runtime deobfuscation"? Forge converts the obfuscated code in Minecraft (the classes/methods/fields named a, bs, aab etc.) to deobfuscated "SRG names" (like func_34423 for methods etc.) while Minecraft runs. Those are indices which won't change unless there is an update which introduces new stuff or removes old stuff. That's why a mod reobfuscated with srg names won't break until a next "mod-breaking" update, like the 1.3 update was (introducing an internal server in singleplayer) or the 1.5 one (new texture system), basically a mod compiled in 1.5 will work with 1.5.2 (if written corectly, of course).

If you don't, you most likely have to update to the next bugfix update.

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mah twitter

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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Linux/Mac:

Run recompile.sh.

Run reobfuscate.sh

Get your mod files out of the reobf folder.

Windows:

Same thing, with .bat files.

 

I may add that I recommend to use the reobfuscate_srg.(bat/sh), since then you don't have to worry about updating your mod every Minecraft bugfix update (like the 1.5.0 -> 1.5.1 -> 1.5.2 updates)

Why, exactly?

what do you mean with "why"?

why I recommend this or why you don't have to worry about updating your mod during MC bugfix updates?

 

I personally would be interested in the later part. How does the magic work, any leads?

 

You heard of "runtime deobfuscation"? Forge converts the obfuscated code in Minecraft (the classes/methods/fields named a, bs, aab etc.) to deobfuscated "SRG names" (like func_34423 for methods etc.) while Minecraft runs. Those are indices which won't change unless there is an update which introduces new stuff or removes old stuff. That's why a mod reobfuscated with srg names won't break until a next "mod-breaking" update, like the 1.3 update was (introducing an internal server in singleplayer) or the 1.5 one (new texture system), basically a mod compiled in 1.5 will work with 1.5.2 (if written corectly, of course).

If you don't, you most likely have to update to the next bugfix update.

 

Yes, I indeed stumbled upon the word "runtime deobfuscation". In fact, I am checking whether FML detected a pre-de-obfuscated environment to set my "debug mode" flag. As far as I've understood, the reobfuscate_srg.bat/.sh file will only re-obfuscate necessary references that aren't de-obfuscated at runtime, did I get that right?

 

Thanks for your explanation.

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Yes, I indeed stumbled upon the word "runtime deobfuscation". In fact, I am checking whether FML detected a pre-de-obfuscated environment to set my "debug mode" flag. As far as I've understood, the reobfuscate_srg.bat/.sh file will only re-obfuscate necessary references that aren't de-obfuscated at runtime, did I get that right?

 

Thanks for your explanation.

 

It's just like using the normal reobfuscate.bat/.sh, it just uses those SRG names instead of the obfuscated ones.

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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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Linux/Mac:

Run recompile.sh.

Run reobfuscate.sh

Get your mod files out of the reobf folder.

Windows:

Same thing, with .bat files.

 

I may add that I recommend to use the reobfuscate_srg.(bat/sh), since then you don't have to worry about updating your mod every Minecraft bugfix update (like the 1.5.0 -> 1.5.1 -> 1.5.2 updates)

Why, exactly?

what do you mean with "why"?

why I recommend this or why you don't have to worry about updating your mod during MC bugfix updates?

 

I personally would be interested in the later part. How does the magic work, any leads?

 

You heard of "runtime deobfuscation"? Forge converts the obfuscated code in Minecraft (the classes/methods/fields named a, bs, aab etc.) to deobfuscated "SRG names" (like func_34423 for methods etc.) while Minecraft runs. Those are indices which won't change unless there is an update which introduces new stuff or removes old stuff. That's why a mod reobfuscated with srg names won't break until a next "mod-breaking" update, like the 1.3 update was (introducing an internal server in singleplayer) or the 1.5 one (new texture system), basically a mod compiled in 1.5 will work with 1.5.2 (if written corectly, of course).

If you don't, you most likely have to update to the next bugfix update.

 

Yes, I indeed stumbled upon the word "runtime deobfuscation". In fact, I am checking whether FML detected a pre-de-obfuscated environment to set my "debug mode" flag. As far as I've understood, the reobfuscate_srg.bat/.sh file will only re-obfuscate necessary references that aren't de-obfuscated at runtime, did I get that right?

 

Thanks for your explanation.

Ditto. I'd heard you were supposed to use the SRG names but I didn't know why. Thanks!

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are you using pahimar's dev environment 2.0 or the eclipse folder in mcp?

 

How do you do it with Pahimar's setup?

Basically copy all your mod source to the mcp/src/minecraft folder and run the recompile/reobfuscate_srg scripts. If you look in the EE3 git, he has an ant script that automates that.

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