An open source tool which supports modding capabilities to developers and players for Minecraft you need to pay attention to is that Minecraft Forge API. Removing and sometimes minimizing the incompatibilities between Minecraft mods will be provided by this tool. For example, gamers can configure numerous mods of same functionality without any glitches or error and developers can hooks their mods without worrying about conflicts with other mods.
Minecraft Forge API for Minecraft 1.11/1.10.2/1.9.4/1.8.9 Changelogs
- Bump version for new RB.
- Cleanup some spammy output.
- Quiet ClassPatchManager debug spam by default. Reenable using -Dfml.debugClassPatchManager=true.
- Quiet FMLControlledNamespacedRegistry debug spam by default. Reenable using -Dfml.debugRegistryEntries=true.
- Quiet CrashReport class pre-loading debug, no flag to re-enable.
- Cleanup mod signature data table. Easily seperating those mods with signatures vs those with none.
- Cleanup mod state dump to be easier to read by displaying the states in abreviation and placing them before the mod info.
Minecraft Forge API for Minecraft 1.11/1.10.2/1.9.4/1.8.9 Installation
There are 5 steps you need to follow:
- Download the latest version of Forge
- Go to your /.minecraft/bin folder and open Minecraft.jar by using WinRAR or 7zip
- Open mod zip file, drag and drop its files and folders into the jar
- Delete META-INF inside the jar
- Launch Minecraft and check
Things need to notice
- Don’t need to install FML no longer
- It’s better to install MCF on a fresh copy of Minecraft.
- Majority of Forge mods install inside, <C:\Users\UserID\AppData\Roaming\.minecraft\mods> folder.
- Take a test run before installing any mods in MC Forge.
- Have the latest version of Minecraft Forge