viewing vanilla code

Started by tntapplecraft YT on Tue, 07/07/2020 - 03:11

Topic category: Advanced modding

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viewing vanilla code
Tue, 07/07/2020 - 03:11

How do I see the vanilla code? with the old versions it was always super easy to view the vanilla code but with the newer versions the code is hidden. I've tried to use winRAR to unzip the jar files but all i see is a random jumble of symbols.

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I think that the basic code…
Wed, 07/08/2020 - 18:07

I think that the basic code for Vanilla is unseeable unless you have a specific compiler that allows you to see the unjumbled Vanilla Code. Mojang does this because your not allowed to release the unjumbled code to everyone, but you can have access to the code, there are multiple versions of unjumbled code you can find online.

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In MCreator there is some…
Sat, 07/11/2020 - 17:31

In MCreator there is some kind of green bar, on the left of the screen. You need to click on this bar, maintain the click and drag it to the right. You'll see some files there. Click on External Libraries and then on Gradle-forge-<version>-blablabla-launcher.
Then go to net and minecraft and you'll see all the files!

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ok thx
Sun, 07/12/2020 - 00:59

ok thx

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Minecraft code is compiled,…
Tue, 03/23/2021 - 07:18

Minecraft code is compiled, then obfuscated before publishing. They do it so that other people can't view the source code even if you decompile it. If you decompile it, what you see is just some random letters in place of class names, method names, variables and stuff. (Also sorry for the necropost but I will hope you will learn something from this)