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zeroeightysix
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Minecraft utility mod aimed at anarchy servers

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KAMI

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A Minecraft utility mod for anarchy servers.

The Fabric 1.16.5 version is in active development.

Preview

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GUI

CrystalAura

Installing

KAMI is a fabric mod. Download the latest release, or preferably, build it yourself.

Download and run the installer for Fabric from here if you do not have it already. KAMI does not require Fabric API.

Move the KAMI jar file to the

mods
folder in your
.minecraft
directory.

Usage

While ingame, press Y to open the GUI. The wizard will help you further. He doesn't bite.

The command prefix is

.
by default. The autocompletion will list what commands are available.

Troubleshooting

If you encounter bugs or crashes, please open a new issue.

To ask for help, join the Discord.

Downloading

Note: You need to be logged into GitHub to do this. If you don't want to login, build your own jar, or download the latest from releases.

  1. Go to the Actions tab
  2. Click on the latest action
  3. Click on "KAMI Artifacts archive"
  4. Extract downloaded zip file
  5. Install

If you get a 404 error after following step 3, you're not logged in to GitHub.

Images

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Setting up

IntelliJ

  1. In Intellij, navigate to
    File > New > Project from Version Control...
  2. Paste
    https://github.com/zeroeightysix/KAMI/
    in the
    URL
    field, and hit Clone.
  3. Allow gradle to set up the project. This might take a while. (~ 8 minutes)
Optionally,
  • To generate the run configurations, run the
    idea
    gradle task.
  • To generate attachable sources, run the
    genSources
    task and attach the generated sources in your IDE.

Building

  1. Download or clone the KAMI repository.
  2. Run
    gradle build
  3. The built jar is in
    build/libs/
    . There are 2 jars, pick the in the format of
    KAMI-version.jar
    , not
    KAMI-version-shadow.jar
    .

Thank you

ZeroMemes for Alpine

ronmamo for Reflections

The Minecraft Forge team for Forge

The Fabric Team for Fabric and Yarn

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