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For a lazy script on windows you can use (optional, just means you dont need to change the script when forge or serversync versions change): @echo off SETLOCALSET server_name=My Fancy Server SET forge_java_arguments=-Xms2g -Xmx2g SET serversync_java_arguments= for %%f in (forge*.jar) do (SET forge=%%~nxf)for %%f in (serversync*.jar) do (SET serversync=%%~nxf)start "Forge - %server_name%" java %forge_java_arguments% -jar %forge% noguistart "Server Sync - %server_name%" java %serversync_java_arguments% -jar %serversync% server ENDLOCAL Technically you could use this to sync any game / file system.
This is an open source mod that allows for easy mod management.
The Java executable used by Minecraft stays with Minecraft and is as good as invisible and inaccessible to the rest of the system.
Better yet, the Minecraft launcher automatically downloads the correct version for your system (all those players inadvertently using Java 32-bit on their 64-bit machines should see significant performance boosts thanks to this) and automatically updates it.
Currently Server Sync has specific support for: You can sync any directory by specifying it in the config file. Other developers work very hard on their mods and simply visiting their website, forum post, or github is just a common courtesy.
If you are going to use this to distribute mods make sure you seek permission from the owners of said mod.
Server Worker:run:90]: at com.superzanti.serversync. Server Worker.run(Server Worker.java:79) [Client Thread - /91.2/INFO] [STDERR]: [com.superzanti.serversync. Thread.run(Thread.java:748) A question: Gives a way to move files from server to a other folder on client? Thank you :)With the Mod Immersive Railroading a files must be at the client in the resource packs folder.You still technically need Java, but it is now downloaded by the Minecraft launcher and stored with the launcher instead of installed across the entire system.