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What is Glazz?
Glazz is a mod API for the Minecraft client. It's similar to Bukkit in many ways, so if you're familiar with Bukkit, just think of it as Bukkit for the clientside. I'm creating this out of a lack of a good modding API (ModLoader allows loading mods, sure, but it doesn't implement an entire API, and mods can cause conflicts very easily if they both modify the same file).
So what does Glazz let me do?
Glazz lets you create almost any plugin you can imagine - a world editing plugin, a HUD plugin, singleplayer mods, and almost everything else.
What parts are there to the Glazz project?
The Glazz project contains of two seperate parts.
Glazz is the API itself, and is what you will reference to create a plugin.
CraftGlazz is the modded Minecraft client, which is able to run Glazz plugins.
Why not just use Spoutcraft?
Spoutcraft, from my understanding, requires a connection to a multiplayer server to use mods. CraftGlazz does not.
I WANT TO DOWNLOAD IT!
Okay, okay! Fine! CraftGlazz is still a development build, so it may be unstable (and it's certainly not even close to feature-complete at this point), but you can download it from Jenkins!
Direct link to latest development build: http://ci.forairan.com/view/Glazz/job/CraftGlazz/lastSuccessfulBuild/artifact/target/craftglazz-dev-SNAPSHOT.jar
How do I install it?
First, ensure that you have a clean minecraft.jar file (by using the "Force Update" option in the launcher).
Open your minecraft.jar and the craftglazz-dev-SNAPSHOT.jar and place them side-by-side.
Delete META-INF from minecraft.jar.
Drag the contents of craftglazz-dev-SNAPSHOT.jar into minecraft.jar (including META-INF).
Congratulations, CraftGlazz is now installed!
What does it do?
CraftGlazz just allows you to run plugins (which can be put in your .minecraft/plugins directory). It also includes a built-in console - press ~ (tilde) ingame to use it.
I want to code plugins for Glazz. How do I do so?
First, go learn about coding Bukkit plugins if you don't already know how, as coding Glazz plugins is extremely similar.
Next, to code a Glazz plugin, simply reference the Glazz (not CraftGlazz!) JAR file in your project. Have your plugin's main class extend "Plugin" instead of "JavaPlugin". Be sure to have a plugin.yml, and you're set!
I found a bug! What do I do?
Report it on our JIRA instance at https://craftglazz.atlassian.net/.
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Sep 18, 2011It depends - is your lag caused by a bad CPU or a bad GPU?Posted in: Minecraft Tools
In my case, both my CPU and GPU suck, but my CPU is worse, thus why this tool helps my framerate a bit.
Look at the lag-o-meter in F3 view, unoptimized, and see how long the white tops of lines are. If they are very long, this may help you a bit, but not a lot - Pentium 4s don't have true multicore, only HyperThreading, and HT runs on the same physical core.
Sep 17, 2011Was considering that. I'll probably do it the way MCP does it - rewrite it in Python, bundle a Python executable and a .bat file for Windows, and a .sh script for Mac/Linux. That would achieve cross-platform compatibility, ease suspicions about it being a virus (it'd allow you to look through the source code), and be overall easier on me (I know more Python than I do C).Posted in: Minecraft Tools
Sep 17, 2011Posted in: Minecraft ToolsQuote from sasuke141
I am using your program and i am still only running about 6fps :sad.gif:
any tips for me?
Could you give me some more information about your system?
Quote from Slay3R?
Since when does the executable size have anything to do with the trustworthiness of a program.
You could write a simple virus that is 8kb, but also one that is over 2mb...
Same for legit programs.
If you don't trust it go run it in a VM and check what it does/disassemble it...
Btw what language is this coded in?
Also, it's coded in C.
Sep 16, 2011Could you give me some information about your system?Posted in: Minecraft Tools
Also, when you press F3 and look at the lag-o-meter without the optimization - you see the lines - do they have very long white tops, as seen here?
The white tops indicate the time it took to perform a tick in the world, and this program is only meant to help reduce the time spent performing ticks by dedicating a core to Minecraft.
Sep 16, 2011Obviously. It's just a console application that, when run, loops through all processes, changes their affinity appropriately, then changes Minecraft's affinity to CPU #2. It's hard for something that only serves that purpose to produce an executable above 8KB.Posted in: Minecraft Tools
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