Applies MCP mappings to SRG named code snippets on github repos and paste services.
This extension is used to rename SRG-named code elements found on certain github repositories (currently only the MinecraftForge and FML repos, this will be configurable in the future) and pastebin sites. This is relevant to Minecraft modders using MinecraftForge or the MCP project to create mods and who find themselves browsing code on github (and other sites) that contains SRG-named identifiers as in the Before example below. Before: return super.func_149742_c(p_149742_1_, p_149742_2_, p_149742_3_, p_149742_4_) && this.func_149854_a(p_149742_1_.func_147439_a(p_149742_2_, p_149742_3_ - 1, p_149742_4_)); After Remapping: return super.canPlaceBlockAt(worldIn, x, y, z) && this.canPlaceBlockOn(worldIn.getBlock(x, y - 1, z)); Supported websites: - github.com (MinecraftForge and FML projects) - gist.github.com - pastebin.com - paste.feed-the-beast.com - openeye.openmods.info - paste.kde.org Change log: 0.2.3 - 26-Apr-2017 - merged PR from TomyLobo/fix-gist-pastebin 0.2.2 - 10-Mar-2015 - fixed anonymous paste.kde.org support - applied Chosen to mappings list for search support 0.2.1 - 10-Mar-2015 - added versions json support (courtesy of Lunatrius) - Added gist support. Closes #4 (courtesy of Lunatrius) - Added paste.kde.org support. Closes #10 (courtesy of Lunatrius) - Added paste.feed-the-beast.com support. Closes #12 (courtesy of Lunatrius) - Added openeye.openmods.info support. (courtesy of Lunatrius) - spam clicking the remap/reset button will no longer mess up the page 0.1.2 - 15-Dec-2014 - fixed drop-down list of previously entered values not being shown - added a reset button for github to revert back to SRG names 0.1.1 - 13-Dec-2014 - initial release
- (2020-06-23) Balaram Chakrabarty: How do you use it?
- (2017-06-12) brandon lockley: Works Great! Is there any chance of getting support for plane text push services? e.g. http://ss.brandon3055.com/w824utw.txt
- (2017-05-03) --: It does not function at all!
- (2014-12-13) Austin Privatt: Very helpfull
- (2014-12-13) Gigabit 101: Awesome Job