With this utility, you can install any mod into your Minecraft jar file.
Just start up the java application, and choose your downloaded mod. And press install
It will then check to see if the mod needs Modloader.
If it does, but you don't have it installed, it will tell you, and ask if you wish to continue. Then, it checks to see if the mod can be copied straight into the mods folder in your .minecraft folder. If so, it will do that, otherwise it will copy all of the files into the mineraft.jar and re-pack it.
If your mod does not require Modloader, it will just copy the files into your minecraft.jar.
If you select the box labeled "check the box labeled Check If Classes Are Within A Sub-directory" then it will find the closest class file, and copy the files from within the folder.(E.G: Inside a zip folder you have three folders: Source, Classes and Config. Without the check box checked, it will just copy the files into the minecraft.jar. If it is selected, it will then search through the zip to find the closest class file, and then install from the directory onwards(If you don't understand what I'm talking about, just leave it checked, and the install should work most of the time.))
If you wish, please post which mods it has successfully installed for you, so that I may keep a list. But you don't have to, of course.
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