Some Minecraft players don’t just use mods – they make them, or try to make them compatible with one another. The DynIMC mod is really more of a tool for helping this process along than a mod itself, though it has many more uses than the single one described. DynIMC allows the user to send independent and custom IMC messages to their various other mods. It is a great tool for creating compatibility between mod A and mod B/ This makes it a very difficult tool to master however, since a bad connection between two different mods can stop them from working too.
The DynIMC mod is not for those who don’t already have some experience modding. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t give it a look yourself if you’re interested in the mod’s potential. You could always save the data for the two mods you want to work with in another location, then work with copies of the files and note your successes while you move along. This trial and error approach will work even for players with little technical knowledge about Minecraft. If you’re looking to make mods of your own and worry about them working with existing mods, you’ll want to have this tool handy.
DynIMC Mod for Minecraft 1.7.10 Changelogs
- Versions are now inlined into code at compile time.
- Simplified the configuration syntax.
- Blocks and items can be specified with named ids (int and short types only).
Download Links for DynIMC Mod
Credit: Lunatrius – Website: mc.lunatri.us/DynIMC