Greetings! I have finally managed to finish the update to Minecraft v1.11.2 with BiblioCraft version 2.3.0. I also went through github and fixed many bugs and dupe issues that have come up, including some issues that go back to the version for 1.7.10. So I went ahead and fixed a bunch of bugs in the version for 1.7.10, which is now updated to BiblioCraft v1.11.6. I also fixed a large number of bugs in the versions for Minecraft 1.9.4 and 1.10.2 which worked into the 1.11.2 update as that went along. So we have a total of 4 new versions of BiblioCraft across 4 versions of Minecraft.
The update to 1.11.2 was a lot more major than I ever anticipated. Some of the changes were only back-end changes that shouldn’t really effect users, but as a developer I think will make my life easier in the future. Even though I complained to myself the entire time about how much work the changes were, I can definitely see the benefit. Hopefully the update to Minecraft 1.12.x will be a little less painful.
Whats next? I have a feature update I am planning to work on sometime this summer, but I will likley wait on Minecraft v1.12.x to see what has to be done there. That seems like it should be just around the corner. With BiblioCraft up to date now and the update coming up before summer, I should be able to update BiblioCraft to the new version of Minecraft soon after forge releases an update for minecraft 1.12. At least, that is the plan. Also, I know the forums on this website have become overrun with spam and that is another issue I plan to try to address this summer. Apologies for the mess in the meantime.
Head on over to the Downloads page to grab the newest version of BiblioCraft for your desired version of Minecraft. I’ve also uploaded all four releases to CurseForge, so you should be able to head over there and grab a copy as well. If you have any comments, questions, or issues, feel free to leave a response here on the website, post on the official minecraft forum, or create an issue on Github. As always, Enjoy!