ModInstaller is a tool that allows you to easily install mods without dowloading it. (If you used this before: Make sure you delete your Java applet cache! ) It is designed to make installing Mods for Minecraft as easy as possible. The latest version is no longer a desktop program. Now it is a web applet, but anyway you need Java. You can try it, it’s very easy and compatible with most mods. You can use drag and drop to add files or a filedialog. Now, you can also install multiple mods at once. After adding your mods, you have to click “Install” and wait a bit (how long depends on the mod’s size). Then you should see a message box that shows you which mods have been installed and which haven’t.
INFO: That does NOT mean that they were installed correctly or that the mods are compatible with your Minecraft and the other mods.
- Open the webpage (http://kirby0016.bplaced.net/?page=tools/modinstaller)
- Click the “Add Mod” button and choose a mod (usually a .zip file) OR use drag and drop
- Click the “Install” button
- Wait until a messagebox with “installation completed” shows up
IMPORTANT: Backup your minecraft.jar before (you can use my backup tool if you want: Link). Also it does not support every mod, but most mods should work.
If you are a modder or mod package creator then you can add a special file to your mod’s zip to support this mod. So this mod can alert the users when he needs to install an Api like ModLoader etc.
Simply create a file called “info.inf” and put it into the zip. It can contain the following:
All the “Needs” things mean that the user will be alerted when this api isn’t installed. If OverridesBaseClass=false then the mod’s zip will simply be copied to the .minecraft/mods folder. Only use this if this method will work! This installer can also copy a “resources” folder to the resources folder in .minecraft or a “mods” folder to .minecraft/mods. Or a “.minecraft” folder to .minecraft. I tried to make it compatible to as many mods as possible, but I can’t be compatible to every single mod. The problem is that Minecraft mod packaging isn’t standardised.
By using this you agree with the following:
You are allowed to:
1. Use this tool and everything you create with it
You aren’t allowed to:
1. Redistribute this software or any part of it
2. Make money with the software or anything based on it (except the mods with the compytibility file)
3. decompile it / get the source code
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