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Earthcomputer
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clientcommands

Adds several useful client-side commands to Minecraft

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https://discord.gg/Jg7Bun7

Installation

  1. Download and run the Fabric installer.
    • Click the "vanilla" button, leave the other settings as they are, and click "download installer".
    • Note: this step may vary if you aren't using the vanilla launcher or an old version of Minecraft.
  2. Download the Fabric API and move it to the mods folder (
    .minecraft/mods
    ).
  3. Download clientcommands from the releases page and move it to the mods folder (
    .minecraft/mods
    ).

Contributing

  1. Clone the repository
    git clone https://github.com/Earthcomputer/clientcommands
    cd clientcommands
    
  2. Generate the Minecraft source code
    ./gradlew genSources
    
    • Note: on Windows, use
      gradlew
      rather than
      ./gradlew
      .
  3. Import the project into your preferred IDE.
    1. If you use IntelliJ (the preferred option), you can simply import the project as a Gradle project.
    2. If you use Eclipse, you need to
      ./gradlew eclipse
      before importing the project as an Eclipse project.
  4. Edit the code
  5. After testing in the IDE, build a JAR to test whether it works outside the IDE too
    ./gradlew build
    
    The mod JAR may be found in the
    build/libs
    directory
  6. Create a pull request so that your changes can be integrated into clientcommands
    • Note: for large contributions, create an issue before doing all that work, to ask whether your pull request is likely to be accepted

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