Dump Mod Ores Command

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Dump Mod Ores Command
ModOreDictDumper
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The Dump Mod Ores Command is a command added by OreDictDumper. When used, it will create a file in the player's Minecraft directory containing a dump of all OreDictionary entries within a mod. It can output in three formats: wiki, CSV, and JSON. The key differences between the wiki format and the CSV or JSON format is the existence of the item's metadata, the mod ID, and the lack of mod abbreviation.

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  • /dumpmodores modid format ABBRV
    • The modid parameter in the command is the actual mod identification string. The dump file will be named according to the modid and format.
    • format can be "wiki", "json", or "csv".
    • ABBRV should correspond to an abbreviation in the mod list. It is only required when using the wiki format.

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Version history
1.0.1FIX: Output the correct file name in chat on successful dumps (e.g., V.txt instead of minecraft.txt).
1.1.0
2.1.0
3.1.0
TWEAK: /oredictdump is now /dumpmodores, and it takes an optional argument, format, which can be wiki, json, or csv. That defaults to wiki.
1.1.1FIX: Dump Mod Ores command's wiki format properly uses the mod abbreviation rather than the mod ID (#2).
1.1.3
2.1.2
3.2.0
4.0.0
UPDATE: Update wiki format output for OreDict MediaWiki extension 3.0.0 (#5).
1.2.0
2.2.0
3.2.0
4.0.0
NEW: Internationalization (only English right now) (#7)
TWEAK: The format parameter for /dumpmodores is now required (PR #9)
FIX: Throw WrongUsageExceptions when the input of the commands is invalid. In layman's terms, when you don't provide valid arguments to the command, it will send usage information for the command. (#6)
1.3.0
2.3.0
3.3.0
4.1.0
5.1.0
TWEAK: Change order of dumpmodores parameters: abbreviation modid format is now modid format abbreviation. Abbreviation parameter is now only needed for wiki format, not csv or json. Files from dumpmodores are now saved as modid rather than abbreviation (minecraft.txt instead of V.txt, for example) (#16).
2.3.1
3.3.1
4.1.1
FIX: Fix broken wiki format for dumpmodores.