Forge Modloader is kind of supporting mod that shows its best performance for players to take benefits. Indeed, it plays the role as a mod loading system for the server side of use and for the bukkit use after being upgraded. Thanks to this mod, you can know whether the mods used currently are compatible with one another or not. Besides, errors and crash reports are also detected to you so you will not waste time of finding what is wrong.
The Forge Modloader includes many mods that are used for specific other mods depending on what you do. Those work for both client and server versions. However, regarding to some HD texture packs that need the support from this mod, only those with 128x resolution or 256x resolution sometimes are fine to utilize the capacity of Forge Modloader. Here are some changelogs of this mod and links for downloading below are available for you.
Forge Modloader for Minecraft 1.8 and 1.7.10 Changelogs
- Changed pass-thru method name to fix MCP name conflict.
- Fixed a few old javadoc object name mistakes.
- FML’s package for net.miencraftforge on maven. Fixes uploading of new builds.
How to install this Mod?
To install the binary, unzip, put into minecraft.jar file. Deleting META-INF is strictly optional. To run a dedicated server put the fml universal binary in the same directory as minecraft_server.jar and then run java -jar .zip.
- Download the mod file.
- Extract the mod file.
- Open the “run” search bar and type “%appdata%”.
- Open .minecraft folder.
- Open up the minecraft.jar found in the bin folder using 7-zip of winrar.
- For servers, move the contents in the downloaded mod file into the minecraft_server.jar.
- For clients, move the contents in the downloaded mod file into the minecraft.jar.
- Delete META-INF.
This video will show you How To Download & Install Minecraft Forge API 1.9/1.8/1.8.8/1.7.10 step-by-step:
for Minecraft 1.8
for Minecraft 1.7.10
Credit: LexManos – Website: MinecraftForge.net