I have a really cool Idea for a mod, and I know java fairly well, but I can't seem to get eclipse working properly because the minecraft libraries didn't get added. So I leave my Idea to someone who CAN use eclipse. I have only started planning, But I have the recipes mostly covered and even have how some of the items are supposed to work. All I need is someone willing to do it for me. Also, I am currently still in high school, so I can't pay anyone for their work, but if you like, you can claim all of the credit associated with my mod so long as I can use it and add what I want it to have. Whoever is willing to help me, let me know how to contact you appropriately because I am still in high school, and I will see what we can work out. Thanks in advance!
Well maybe if you described what the mod was about people might be interested in helping. Are you trying to use forge? Because if so, there are loads of set-up tutorials on the forge forums. If you aren't trying to use forge, i suggest that you do
I actually tried to use eclipse through a command prompt to set up forge (forge being the key word there. I'm not sure though if it was the same reference, though), and I followed a how-to-make-a-mod video on youtube, but I apparently missed something. however, that was for 1.7.2 and I'm not sure if it will do the same thing with the 1.7.10 forge version. But I was actually hoping people would just ask me separately about the mod so that I could maybe surprise people with the idea (or the one(s) who did the coding if they wanted to be the ones who got the credit).
However, you are right. I should probably give at least a gist of what it's all about. Well basically, It's core focus is to balance the game a bit more. This will mean, as an example, that crafting tabels will not work with just 4 wooden planks, but will also require some tools in some additional slots to work with a corresponding material. Something like that would be my focus.