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A Minecraft package manager for the terminal.
Hopper can automatically search, download, and update Minecraft mods, modpacks, resource packs, and plugins from Modrinth so that keeping your mods up-to-date and compatible with each other is easy. With Hopper, you won't have to manually visit CurseForge and download each mod one-by-one every time you set up a new instance, or deal with the hassle of swapping out different mod versions for hours while trying to get Minecraft to accept them all at once.
Hopper is still very early in development, but important features are coming along smoothly, and we'll have lots of progress to show off in the coming weeks. It's written in Rust and released under the AGPLv3.
We're looking for people to help contribute code and write documentation. Please reach out to us in our Discord "server" if you're interested in helping out. If you have a taste in CLI apps like Hopper, your input is especially appreciated.
- Small binary size
- Minimal compile times
- Modrinth package searching
- Modrinth package installation
- Parallel package downloading
- Per-instance package management
- Package updating
- Listing installed packages
- CurseForge package searching
- CurseForge package installation
- Nushell autocomplete
- Configurable search result display like Starship
- Versioning system repository package management & compilation
- Conflict resolution
- Dependency resolution
- Integration into PolyMC and/or theseus
- Integration into
- Graphical frontend with notifications
~/.hopper/ ├── hopper.conf ├── cache/ │ ├── 1.19.1/ │ │ └── fabric/ │ └── 1.18.2/ │ ├── forge/ │ └── plugin/ └── templates/ └── example-template.hop -> ~/.minecraft/mods/example-template.hop
Hopfiles will contain a Minecraft version number, a list of packages, the name of the type of package it uses, and any references to other hopfiles it's based on, or "templates". If a hopfile is based on other template hopfiles, it inherits the packages from them. A hopfile does not inherit the package or Minecraft version from a template.
template = example-template mc-version = 1.19.2 type = fabric [packages] sodium
Hopper Configuration File Structure
Hopper's configuration will be maintained with a list of all hopfiles known to hopper. Its config will also contain a list of mod hosting sites like Modrinth and CurseForge and a list of (remote or local) version-control repositories from which to compile mods. The latter will use a (potentially custom) build file format to be defined at a later date.
[hopfiles] file = ~/.minecraft/mods/1.19.1.hop # Mod Hosts [Modrinth] api = https://api.modrinth.com/ [CurseForge] api = https://api.curseforge.com/ # Git Repositories [Iris Shaders] source = git+https://github.com/IrisShaders/Iris.git
hopper [SUBCOMMAND] [OPTIONS]
Specifies the path for the hopfile being utilized
Saves to a specific file name.
Specifies for what VERSION of Minecraft PACKAGES are being managed
Specifies what TYPE of PACKAGEs is being referenced. TYPEs include
modloader names like
quilt, as well as
Includes debug information in the output of
get [OPTIONS] PACKAGE
Searches for a PACKAGE, displays the results, and downloads any selected PACKAGES to the local cache.
Does not display search results and downloads exact matches to the
--type be specified.
init [OPTIONS] --mc-version VERSION --type TYPE TEMPLATE
Creates a hopfile in the current directory and adds it to the global known
hopfiles list in the configuration file. If a TEMPLATE is passed as an
argument, the hopfile is added as a new template. A name is generated
using the VERSION and TYPE specified unless
--filename is used.
Specifies TEMPLATE hopfiles' names upon which to base the new hopfile.
install [OPTIONS] PACKAGE
Adds a PACKAGE to the current hopfile and runs
hopper update. If the
PACKAGE cannot be found in the package cache, it runs
hopper get first.
Specifies a template hopfile to which to install mods
Lists all installed packages.
update [OPTIONS] PACKAGE
Updates installed PACKAGEs and adds mods if they're missing to directories
with known hopfiles. If a PACKAGE is passed,
--type must be specified so that
updates the correct package.