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19:27:46 freundTech I have a quick question: The readme mentions a "bytecode compare tool that helps us to update the name mappings quickly for new minecraft versions". Is that tool public or is it internal only?
19:34:08 pokechu22 I don't know if that specific tool is public, but there are public ones somewhere
19:34:41 pokechu22 unfortunately I don't know too much about it
19:42:39 freundTech thx. Haven't found anything online yet, but I'll keep looking.
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11:42:32 Azanor !gm drawItemStack 1.10.2
11:49:18 Azanor !gm drawItemStack 1.10.2
00:57:44 mcchgr hello, just wondering if the latest release I could find (mcp940) also works with mc 1.12.2 ?
00:59:32 pokechu22 Sort of
00:59:49 pokechu22 You need to update the SRG data, but the actual MCP logic works
00:59:58 mcchgr Ok thanks.
01:00:06 pokechu22 https://gist.github.com/Pokechu22/97bf5bd528eeadef09dcbae8a15b009f for information on how to do that
01:00:18 mcchgr What I am planning on doing, or hoping to do, is to prevent mc from loading certain native libraries
01:00:34 pokechu22 Why do you need to do that?
01:00:39 mcchgr I have changed the json file but the launcher keeps over writing it
01:00:45 pokechu22 Ah
01:00:55 mcchgr I don't want to load the text2speech
01:01:32 pokechu22 Copy the version folder (and the JSON) to a new name, and then change the file names and "id" in the JSON. Then the launcher won't overwrite the new one
01:01:50 mcchgr Since I can't remap the keybind (in an obvious way) I am trying to just not load the library
01:01:56 mcchgr Ok i will give it a shot
01:02:36 pokechu22 I don't think there is a way to change the keybind :/ (though in 1.13, they're going to make it so that the keybind doesn't trigger when anywhere other than actual gameplay, so it won't trigger in GUIs and such anymore)
01:03:33 pokechu22 (though of course if you do set up MCP, you can change it that way :P)
01:04:57 mcchgr ok well at least I have comfort in knowing that with MCP I can change it for sure
05:12:19 LexMobile If you cant stop it overwriting the json... you wont stop it overwriting the jar... Both are the same thing...
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