Tutorial 1: Workspace Setup
So you want to start modding Minecraft? Awesome, you've come to the right place! The first thing you will need to do to mod Minecraft is download Java JRE (Java Runtime Environment) and Java JDK (Java Development Kit). This will allow Java to run on your computer! Let's start!
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Password: GottaGetThoseJDKs00If this doesn't work, go onto bugmenot.com and look at the first login on the page. Next, go to the JRE download page and download the JRE version for your system. Run both installer files and follow the installation process to install Java.
After this, click on "Advanced System Settings" on the left. This should open a new window. Navigate to the "Advanced" tab and click on "Environment Variables". You will see 2 buttons labelled "New". Click on the top button. For the variable name, type "JAVA_HOME", then click on "Browse Directory", and go to C://ProgramFiles/Java, click on the JDK folder, and then press "OK" twice. Afterwards, in the second box, click on "Path" and press "Edit". This should bring up a new window. Press "New" and then press "Browse". Go to C://ProgramFiles/Java, open the JDK folder, click on "Bin" and press "Ok". Confirm all your changes and close all the menus.
Place the zip folder in a place you are comfortable with, on the C drive.
cd "<Paste File Path Here>
Next, type in
gradlew genEclipseRunsThis will take a few minutes to do, but when it is done, it should say BUILD SUCCESSFUL. Finally, run
gradlew eclipseto prepare eclipse for minecraft modding.
General>ExistingProjectIntoWorkspace, click on browse, and navigate to the folder where your mod is and click
Finally, to make the project look nicer, click on the small arrow at the top of the file explorer and change the package presentation to