AliensVsPredator is a science fiction Minecraft mod, set in a universe that doesn't just include aliens and predators, but also other creatures found in the canon lore. It adds several new planets, hundreds of new blocks, creatures, weapons, and items used to push your Minecraft experience to a science fictional extreme.
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AliensVsPredator (Minecraft Mod)

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Prerequisites

Contributing

Please read the following if you plan on contributing to this project. It is very important to have your development environment set up properly. Aside from that, pull requests that do not follow the same format will not be accepted.

1) Clone The Repository

Open your command line, and execute the following commands:

  1. git clone git@github.com:Ri5ux/AliensVsPredator.git
  2. cd AliensVsPredator

2) Setup the Development Environment

Note: If Gradle is not installed on your system, you may use ./gradlew on Unix based platforms or ./gradlew.bat on Windows platforms.

  1. Run gradle setupDecompWorkspace and wait for it to complete.
  2. Once completed, copy mdxlib_at.cfg from the mdxlib jar located in your .gradle cache directory with the following structure .gradle\caches\modules-2\files-2.1\com.arisux\mdxlib\X.X.X.X\0000000000000000000000000000000000000000\mdxlib-X.X.X.X-deobf.jar.
  3. Paste mdxlib_at.cfg into this repo's src\main\resources\ directory.
  4. Run gradle setupDecompWorkspace once more. This time, it should detect an Access Transformer. If it does not, then you have copied it to the wrong location.

3) Setup your IDE

Note: If you experience any errors setting up your IDE, please run gradle setupDecompWorkspace --refresh-dependencies to rule out any dependency related issues.

IntelliJ IDEA

  1. gradle idea

Eclipse

  1. gradle eclipse

Updating your Repository

Run the following to sync your copy of the repository up with the latest changes:

  • git pull

If you experience any new errors, it may be due to a dependency change. Please refresh your dependencies:

  • gradle --refresh-dependencies

Building The Project

  1. To initiate the build process, run gradle build.
  2. You can find the compiled project artifacts in ./build/libs.

Note: If the above entry is not added, the build process and setup process will fail.