Forge API

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  1. CattyCat

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    Does anyone know where I can download a Forge modding API for any Minecraft version? I find it very ironic that it isn't on the official Forge website.


    Also, when modding, what will happen if I change the Minecraft source code? Like maybe, I want to change the creeper's AI or lower the hardness of obsidian.
     
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    You mean the version for MOD development or just for playing?


    (Yes, I'm noob with forge)
     
  3. codexprivateㅤㅤㅤㅤ

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    Isn't it ironic that the API isn't on the official Forge website?

    EDIT: That website actually wants me to install a stupid virus before getting the API, right :mad:?
     
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    Scroll down and it should all be fine
     
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    http://files.minecraftforge.net/
    This website choose the MDK or Src or something
    Next wait 5 seconds and you will see at the right hand corner a Skip button click there and your download is complete
    Keep in mind that the 1.8 and above files are a bit tricky to set up... And setting up forge is very difficult also make sure to have the Java JDK installed and if you have Windows 10 I hope not please no.... To have a version bellow Java 8....
    Any more questions?
     
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    Okay so that's for the installation only you cant really touch the Minecraft source codes true the forge API for that you will need Minecraft Coderpack keep in mind that Minecraft Coderpack just goes up to Minecraft 1.8.8 or something you cant change the code for 1.9 or above.... I don't know how to install Minecraft Coderpack but there are some tutorials on YouTube... (their crappy ones...:D)
     
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    I thought that was the installer, not the API.
     
  10. id0g

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    Nope. Your remark about it not being on the official website is actually false, seeing as it's all there. You just have to select the appropriate download.
     
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    Okay, can you guys just send me the direct download link?

    I am also talking about the thing that lets you code mods, not the thing that lets you play them.
     
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    We know what you meant. It's right on the page that was linked above. http://files.minecraftforge.net

    Just select the Mdk download.
     
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    Its the API (mdk)
     
  14. Samuel Requena

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    You can find the API or MDK (its the same) here.
    And you can find the documentation with the information you need to write a mod here.

    Both links are from the official page.