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README.md

Minimal Mod

Babric example mod, without the examples.

Prerequisites

  • JDK for Java 17 (Eclipse Temurin recommended)
  • IntelliJ IDEA
  • Minecraft Development plugin (Optional, but highly recommended)

Setup instructions

  1. Download or clone this repository and put it somewhere.
git clone https://github.com/Turnip-Labs/bta-minimal-mod.git
  1. Import the project in IntelliJ IDEA, close it and open it again.

  2. Create a new run configuration by going in Run > Edit Configurations
    Then click on the plus icon and select Gradle. In the Tasks and Arguments field enter build
    Running it will build your finished jar files and put them in build/libs/

  3. Open File > Settings and head to Build, Execution, Development > Build Tools > Gradle
    Change Build and run using and Run tests using to IntelliJ IDEA

  4. Open File > Project Structure, select Project and set Compiler output to your project's path/out.

  5. Done! Now all that's left is to change every mention of examplemod to your own mod id. Happy modding!