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I have seen a couple of these floating around, but none of them seem to fit my use case, so I made one. As of now it will structure mods into proper zip files and repo folders. It will also allow you to insert mods and versions into the database, and update builds with the newly inserted mods. It will not upload to your server automatically, but it gives you a nice folder that you can upload the contents of, and it'll "just work". It calculates MD5s and updates them in the database for a nice and easy transition. As of now, it will guess the mod name and version based on the jar name. It
I hope this the correct place to post this. Running a modpack using Technic Solder is very time consuming as I am sure you all who use Solder will agree. Both myself and the rest of the Wirenut team were becoming frustrated with the time it takes to update over 100 mods. So I decided to create a fully open source compiler which will do the zipping part automatically. It can be found at https://github.com/Siriuo/wirenut-compiler The current features consist of: Browsing to a folder containing jar files Selecting the save location for all zips Zipping the ja
Hello there! Today I created a small and lightweight program, which helps server administrators distinguish between different log levels. The program currently highlights INFO-WARNING making it easy to see errors and bugs! This program is going to be a part of my BukkitUI - A program which allows users to easily manage Minecraft Bukkit server. The program is open source and licensed under the GPL version 3.0. ========== Links ========== WebLaunch: http://team-m4gkbeatz.eu/downloads/BukkitLogViewer/launch.html Compressed ZIP archive: http://team-m4gkbeatz.eu/downloads/BukkitLog