Minecraft: Pi Edition is awesome.
However it uses Python 2. We're moving it to Python 3 (without any official approval) and offering it for download here.
We hope this makes people's lives easier.
- Make it work on Python 3
- Keep compatibility with the original release
- Make the API cleaner and more Pythonic
- Make the internals cleaner and more Pythonic
At PyConUK 2014 a bunch of people sprinted on porting the Minecraft Python client to Python 3. Great work was done, excellent progress was made, but in the process, a lot of backwards-compatibility was broken.
This is a do-over, with the above priorities - starting with tests based on existing tutorials and behaviour to ensure we don't break compatibility.
The previous iteration lives at https://github.com/py3minepi/py3minepi-legacy
This wouldn't have been possible without contributions from the following:
- Aron Nieminen (Original author at Mojang)
- George Hickman (@ghickman)
- Jørn Lomax (@jvlomax)
- Kristian Glass (@doismellburning)
- Jonathan Fine (@jonathanfine)
- Ben Nuttall (@bennuttall)
- Miles Gould (@pozorvlak)
- Danilo Bargen (@dbrgn)
- HashBang (@hashbangstudio)