- Conventions and Terminology
- Development Tools
Mixins can't be hot-swapped in a default Fabric environment. To enable this functionality, you'll have to specify the
-javaagent flag inside your VM options.
The only pre-requisite is having a copy of the sponge mixin jar. Fabric pulls this by default, so you should be able to locate it within your Gradle cache folder. IDEA users can look at the bottom of their project view on the left side of the screen to find the library:
Copy the full path to the jar and open up your run configurations. Under
Minecraft Client, expand the VM options tab. You'll need to set the
-javaagent flag to the path of the mixin jar:
Run your game. You can now reload mixins using the same rules as normal:
To recompile your mixin in IntelliJ, use the
Recompile option in the
Build menu. The default keybind for this is
DCEVM does not seem to support mixin swapping:
If you're able to get DCEVM and Mixin swapping to work together, let us know!