The logs indicate that the container is valid, so if you make the container invalid then it will show that up as an error. However if the container is valid but doesn't contain any valid mod classes, then it's not going to show up in the list. The relevant part of the log is where it says "Discovering mods in valid mod files...", if it shows no results then it's because your jar doesn't actually contain any valid mods.
For a mod class to be valid it must:
- Start with the prefix LiteMod
- Implement one or more of the Liteloader listener interfaces
I suggest you start with the ExampleMod and check that you can get it building, and then move from there. If in doubt, please provide the whole startup log since it's difficult to tell exactly what's going on from looking at only snippets.
Ohh I failed to realize the class had to start with "LiteMod". It's always something so simple haha. Thanks a lot!