Hey guys! Welcome back to another let's make a mod! This time I will show you how to update your mod to any version of Minecraft! It's fast and simple! Come back to this video for Minecraft 1.6's update! It will work! New downloads will be below!
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** This video teaches you **
- How to update your forge mod
- How to update mods
- Forge update mcp
- Minecraft forge update video
am i also able to just change the version of a mod so modloader doesnt show the error at the beginning "the following mod wants another version of the game".. cuz i am pretty sure the mod should work on newer versions because its just a little thing... i open the jar with eclipse. (i import the files into a new project) i change the required version of it. but i think i save it wrong (export ) it wrong. how to save a project into a jar so modloader accepts it instead of showing an error that i have a modified version ?
THANK GOD! i found this because i wanted a way to use the old SinglePlayerCommands mod on 1.7.10 because i want all the redstone stuff but i couldn't because SPC was on beta 1.6.6 (edit: nvm this is for forge
I don't know if this is outdated or not, I am not a programmer. Does this work for 1.7.10-1.11.2? I'd like to make a modpack for the latter version once I have a computer that can run it and alot of the mods I'd like to use do not all release their latest versions for 1.11.2 the way they did for 1.7.10 (P.S. why can't we just agree on one standard version for mods? And mod suitable equivalents for whatever future vanilla versions add)
Even 1.12 XD My mac automatically updates without even asking XD Its great but horrible at the same time cuz friends be like "What update u on bruh?" I be like "Uhhhh...... The latest one" "Bragger...." "DUDE I CAN'T CONTROL IT ;("
Hey there! It would be greatly appreciated if you could make an updated version! I'm new to coding and stuff (I took an AP comp class in hs so it ends there lol) but I would love to update some of my mods that I used to use back in the day
The comments can be divided into two equally idiotic groups:
1. Beggars - coming to a tutorial video asking the teacher to do their work for them "Plz i want *[insert mod name]* updated to *[insert random minecraft version]*" He clearly specified this method is for updating only MODS YOU OWN. He doesn't advocate for piracy.
2. Assholes - criticizing the author for not updating the video. Instead of wasting time posting complaints, why don't you just go back to the YouTube search bar and refine your search to only recent videos? Fuckin assholes. He probably graduated college and is making shit loads of money and doesn't have time. Who cares? Go somewhere else.
Can you help me? I want rei's minimap for 1.8.9, can you make a video or tut on how to? Im trying to find a minimap that does not cheat on smp or pvp (does not show caves/mobs/players) if you can help that would be great
I looked this up hoping it was a difficult/obscure process. At least if this is hard, as in, involves making significant changes to code and an hour or more of time, then there would be an excuse for mod devs to take so long to update their mods. But if it's _this_ easy--that you could literally write a shell script to automate the entire process--then these mod makers are lazy cunts.
Like, how hard is it to set aside 10 minutes to update, that you leave your mod stagnating for _weeks_? I don't care if you have a job, university, etc. It's 10 minutes, there are 168 hours in a week, and whatever platform/library you're using has long since been updated. There is no excuse.
And don't go telling me that it's "not their job" to do it. This isn't about money. This is about principle. When you write software and publish it to the public, free or not, you are making a commitment to keep it maintained. And if you can't keep that commitment, you pass it onto someone else who is passionate about said software, and willing to take up the mantle. Why the fuck do you even bother writing software if you aren't going to honor that commitment? That's part of being a software developer. Being able to build and maintain code is just as important as being able to read and write it, and if you can't do that, you're a terrible developer.
Here's an idea: learn how to use git. Make a github account, and publish your mod's source code to a repository. Then people can give bug reports, issues, pull requests, etc. And you can appoint people to help you maintain it. How sweet is that! Also, github is an excellent hosting platform. It's completely free, and you can host a seemingly unlimited number of projects on it. There's also the "release" feature, which allows you to not only save snapshots of your version-controlled code, but also allows you to upload additional stuff, like, say, a .zip holding a pre-built distribution of the mod. It's almost too good to be true. And it's certainly better than having to go through the likes of ad.fly. Fuck your ad money. If you need money so bad, accept donations or get a job.
So, you _could_ be having:
* a free, no-nonsense distribution platform that's easy to use
* robust version control
* bug/issue tracking
* customized releases
* a full-fledged freaking wiki section
* redundancy (read: if your computer blows up in a tragic coin flipping accident, the code isn't lost)
* the ability to write a README.md (in markdown format) where you can present your mod
* the ability to sync the online copy with your local copy (git push and git pull)
* the knowledge that if you drop off the face of the earth for whatever reason, someone else can fork the code and maintain it themselves.
You don't know what you're missing.
And it's a shame that such an amazing tool gets ignored so much. I can't find any Minecraft mods on github. To say that's shocking is an understatement. Why do we rely on antiquated systems like posting to a forum and leading people to a horrid external download site?
Why do that, when it could _instead_ be a forum post with a short presentation that links to the /releases section of a github repository?
1. Throughout this comment, I say "you" to refer to mod developers in general. I'm not referring to SCM nor anyone in particular.
As for the wall of text, that would be Youtube's fault. I do not know why, but for some reason I can't use quotes and spaces. If I do, I get a wall of text regardless. Also, I have been making my case based on the devs not wanting to pass the torch. What you have posted gives one the idea that ALL devs MUST post source code, or never write code again. I am not putting words in your mouth, these are things you have implied.
As for your three options, like I said in the paragraph above (hoping it stays a separate paragraph) my case was about being forced to open source the code. So your first option is irrelevant. Your second option is in regard to removing the software due to being replaced by something better, or temporarily being removed because of issues that need to be fixed. This option does not work either, as I am referring to a total removal and abandonment of the software.
Your last option does not work for the obvious reason of my case referring to a dev not wanting to have their work continued (whether its by them or anyone else). I also stated that these devs would also remove their work from the public domain. As in you can't download it anymore because it is no longer available. You imply that any dev who does this should never write a single line of code ever again. Thus you are a self-entitled cunt.
+Striker Zac What the fuck is this wall of text?
"The devs have no commitment to the people who use the mods. None, at all. Even if those people are making donations, there is no written contract that says they have to make and maintain mods [...]"
The "contract" is that if you care about your software and want it to be used by others, you stay on top of it.
"Because they felt like it? There is no reason to release the source code to the public, that is just you being a self-entitled cunt."
I gave three options. The other two being to stay on top of it or to not bother releasing it. It's *easy*.
It's really not hard to understand. Being responsible with your code is a courtesy to your users.
"Its not about not knowing how to do maintenance, its the fact that they decided to stop."
In other words, telling your users to go fuck themselves because you don't feel like patching your software. If you decide to stop, either open source it or deprecate it. How fucking hard is this to understand?
"This is usually when a mod dies, so to speak. As much as you hate it, this does happen and will continue to happen. Again, this makes you sound like a self-entitled cunt. To maintain a project is important, but to demand others not to abandon a project and forever maintain it makes you a self-entitled cunt."
Don't put words in my mouth. I gave THREE OPTIONS. Open source it, deprecate it, or maintain it. Two of those options are not maintenance.
"The fact that you think that no programmer is allowed to make mods (or any software for that matter) unless he or she forks over their source code to the public domain also makes you a self-entitled cunt, and your view on this self-righteous."
I think there is no point to keeping broken software available for download, and if YOU WANT YOUR USERS TO USE YOUR SOFTWARE AFTER YOU STOP MAINTAINING IT, then you must open source it or pass the torch to someone else. Because OTHERWISE, the code will eventually break, and nobody will be able to use it. You can't maintain a binary, because it is not guaranteed to stay compatible with the platform.
You are again twisting my words. "unless he or she forks over their source code to the public domain", get the fuck out of here, that is not AT ALL what I said. Again, three options. And you'd do best to choose one of them if you want your software to be used.
"In simpler terms: You demand everyone follow your philosophy regarding software development, and if they don't then they should never write another line of code, ever again. Hence why In so many words I say to you: Fuck off, you self-entitled cunt. Good day, Sir!"
Continuing your strawman rant, I see.
Also, for fuck sake, use paragraphs and quotes properly next time or I won't even bother reading it.
+Braden Best The devs have no commitment to the people who use the mods. None, at all. Even if those people are making donations, there is no written contract that says they have to make and maintain mods. Whether such a task requires effort is irrelevant. Also, when speaking about mod authors who do not wish to have their work continued, I meant those that remove said work from the public domain (I thought that would be obvious but I guess not).
(But if you're not going to release mod's source code to the public, AND you're too lazy to maintain it yourself, then what the fuck are you even doing writing a mod?)
Because they felt like it? There is no reason to release the source code to the public, that is just you being a self-entitled cunt.
(Telling users to go fuck themselves because you don't feel like patching your software is not how you go about project maintenance. You either A: release the code to the public under a repo so that others can pick up your slack, B: keep the source code on your PC, but stay on top of it, or C: don't release the mod at all. If you aren't going to do what is necessary to maintain your software, then your software isn't worth the user's--nay, ANYONE's--time.)
Its not about not knowing how to do maintenance, its the fact that they decided to stop. This is usually when a mod dies, so to speak. As much as you hate it, this does happen and will continue to happen. Again, this makes you sound like a self-entitled cunt. To maintain a project is important, but to demand others not to abandon a project and forever maintain it makes you a self-entitled cunt. The fact that you think that no programmer is allowed to make mods (or any software for that matter) unless he or she forks over their source code to the public domain also makes you a self-entitled cunt, and your view on this self-righteous. In simpler terms: You demand everyone follow your philosophy regarding software development, and if they don't then they should never write another line of code, ever again. Hence why In so many words I say to you: Fuck off, you self-entitled cunt. Good day, Sir!
+Striker Zac "Commitment?"
Yes, maintaining software requires effort. Are you surprised by this fact?
"LOL! Get over yourself!"
Because I'm _clearly_ the only programmer who cares about proper source code maintenance.
I think you need to get over YOURself.
"The mod authors may not want that work continued either; did that thought ever cross your mind?"
Did the thought ever cross YOUR mind that most of these mods operate under either no license (public domain), or a FOSS-compatible license (such as GPL), and therefore anyone can fork them regardless of what the author wants?
Plus, if the project author doesn't want his work forked, then 1. he should put it under a license that prohibits it, AND 2. he shouldn't release the code to the public.
But if you're not going to release mod's source code to the public, AND you're too lazy to maintain it yourself, then what the fuck are you even doing writing a mod?
Telling users to go fuck themselves because you don't feel like patching your software is not how you go about project maintenance. You either A: release the code to the public under a repo so that others can pick up your slack, B: keep the source code on your PC, but stay on top of it, or C: don't release the mod at all. If you aren't going to do what is necessary to maintain your software, then your software isn't worth the user's--nay, ANYONE's--time.
Recognize this fact and tell me again why you think this is self-righteous. Oh wait, you aren't a software developer, so you don't have a qualified opinion on this.
"Your self-righteous view on being a dev makes you seem like an entitled-minded cunt."
You're clearly not a programmer. At least I hope you're not. Because if you are a programmer, then you are an _embarrassment_. Any programmer worth his salt knows the value of maintenance. To have the audacity to call the advocacy of this important skill _self-righteous_, is beyond stupid. I cannot fathom what fucked neural path went through your skull to produce those words. You should be retroactively aborted.
Commitment? LOL! Get over yourself! If the mod author does not care enough to pass it on then so be it. The mod authors may not want that work continued either; did that thought ever cross your mind? Probably not. Your self-righteous view on being a dev makes you seem like an entitled-minded cunt.
I'm not sure if I actually need to point this out, but more as a reminder. Nothing involved in this video has been updated since around the time this episode was released. I was looking forward to your advice, but it is severely outdated.
I hope that you'll get around to fulfilling the goals you set out in this video.
How about the new launcher?!?!? Doesn't work. Disliked almost unsubscribed. I'm finding someone else to help me. Please check your comments and please update this video. Its beem more than a year and you should update the video becuase of the new launcher.
He didn't lie, he made this video last year on May 4th. That's when Minecraft 1.6 was about to come out. You can tell when the video was made by reading the date in BIG BOLD WORDS right underneath the "About" tab.
wat the hell mojang!!!! this video is already outdated brcause the bin doesn't exist and they reconfigured the entire file format of the gaaaaaaaaaaammmmeeeeee UUUUUUUUUUUUUGGGGGGGGGGGHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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