This is a little Windows tool that lets you maintain different mod setups or versions in distinct folders (stored under 'profiles' in the directory the tool is run from). It leaves whatever's in the existing default Minecraft installation untouched and runs the game directly from the profile folders without copying to the main Appdata folder; the whole setup is portable and can be placed directly on a USB stick if you want and run directly from there. Just drop the Minecraft.exe in the Profile Manager folder and run the Manager.
I made this for some people at another board I frequent and figured that it might be of use here. It's Java based, so presumably anyone running Minecraft should have no problem with that. E-mail any bugs to me at [email protected] or post here and I'll update it.
I've just updated to 2.0, changing the base from .NET to Java and also adding a few new features (Support for spaces in filenames, 'advanced' screen allows for memory settings and Java Runtime selection, remembers last-run profile, 'default' profile launches your non-profiled minecraft.)
Here's the old .NET 3.5 one if you have trouble with the new Java version: DOWNLOAD 1.0.1
im having a bit of a problom, and i think it might have to do with my os. when i first downloaded this, i was using my friends windows 7 laptop. it worked like magic. now im back at my place with an up to date gaming pc that has only 1 real draw back. its using xp. this has never been a problom before, but now it might be, because when i try using the profile manager on here, 2 things happen.
1: it gives me an error message.
2: the exe symbol dosnt appear.
can anyone help me with this? and i did use the framework verification tool. turns out im usin a version highr than 3.5, but it said it was still compatible