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A Minecraft pathfinder bot.
The easiest way to install Baritone is to install Impact, which comes with Baritone. The second easiest way (for 1.12.2 only) is to install the v1.2.*
api-forge jar from releases. For 1.12.2 Forge, just click here. Otherwise, see Installation & setup. Once Baritone is installed, look here for instructions on how to use it.
This project is an updated version of MineBot, the original version of the bot for Minecraft 1.8.9, rebuilt for 1.12.2 onwards. Baritone focuses on reliability and particularly performance (it's over 30x faster than MineBot at calculating paths).
Have committed at least once a day from Aug 1, 2018, to Aug 1, 2019.
Here are some links to help to get started:
Stars over time
The API is heavily documented, you can find the Javadocs for the latest release here.
Please note that usage of anything located outside of the
baritone.api package is not supported by the API release
Below is an example of basic usage for changing some settings, and then pathing to an X/Z goal.
BaritoneAPI.getSettings().allowSprint.value = true; BaritoneAPI.getSettings().primaryTimeoutMS.value = 2000L; BaritoneAPI.getProvider().getPrimaryBaritone().getCustomGoalProcess().setGoalAndPath(new GoalXZ(10000, 20000));
Can I use Baritone as a library in my custom utility client?
That's what it's for, sure! (As long as usage complies with the LGPL 3.0 License)
How is it so fast?
Magic. (Hours of leijurv enduring excruciating pain)
Additional Special Thanks To:
YourKit supports open source projects with innovative and intelligent tools for monitoring and profiling Java and .NET applications.
We thank them for granting Baritone an OSS license so that we can make our software the best it can be.
Why is it called Baritone?
It's named for FitMC's deep sultry voice.