Burger is a "framework" for automatically extracting data from the Minecraft game for the purpose of writing the protocol specification, interoperability, and other neat uses.
Burger is made up of toppings, which can provide and satisfy
simple dependencies, and which can be run all-together or just
a few specifically. Each topping is then aggregated by
munch.py into the whole and output as a JSON dictionary.
The simplest way to use Burger is to pass the
flag, which will download the minecraft client for you.
$ python munch.py --download
Alternatively, you can specify the client JAR by passing it as an argument.
$ python munch.py 1.8.jar
You can redirect the output from the default
stdout by passing
-o <path> or
$ python munch.py -d --output output.json
You can see what toppings are available by passing
$ python munch.py --list
You can also run specific toppings by passing a comma-delimited list
--toppings. If a topping cannot be used because it's
missing a dependency, it will output an error telling you what
also needs to be included. Toppings will generally automatically load
their dependencies, however.
$ python munch.py -d --toppings language,stats
The above example would only extract the language information, as
well as the stats and achievements (both part of