Mapcrafter 2.3 and 2.3.1

A while ago I already released Mapcrafter 2.3 with support for Minecraft 1.10. Mapcrafter 2.3.1 is now available with a little bugfix regarding the web user interface. Go check it out at mapcrafter.org/downloads. If you are using Debian or Ubuntu, please consider using the Debian package repository so you ...

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Mapcrafter 2.2.1 with Minecraft 1.9 support

After some build difficulties Mapcrafter 2.2.1 with support for Minecraft 1.9 blocks is available now. Go check it out at mapcrafter.org/downloads. If you are using Debian or Ubuntu, please consider using the Debian package repository so you can always get the newest package.

If you already have Mapcrafter installed via ...

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Packages for Ubuntu Wily (15.10) available

Built Mapcrafter packages are now available for Ubuntu Wily (15.10).

You can set up the Mapcrafter package repository on your Ubuntu by running the following commands:

echo "deb http://packages.mapcrafter.org/ubuntu $(lsb_release -sc) main" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/mapcrafter.list
sudo wget -O /etc/apt/trusted.gpg.d/mapcrafter ...

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Mapcrafter 2.x

A while ago I released Mapcrafter 2.0 with a lot new features. There is also the first update 2.1 with some bugfixes available. I want to give you an overview about the new features and upcoming changes of Mapcrafter 2.x.

The most important new thing is the big internal code refactoring which ...

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Comments on this blog

You might have noticed that comments are disabled on this blog. Don't worry, I'm not afraid of feedback and ideas you have, it's just that I had a *little* problem with spam (6000+ comments by bots on single articles). I wasn't able yet to include a proper captcha module, that's ...

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Big-Fat-Refactoring

As I mentioned before, I'm working on something new.

At the moment I'm refactoring the code of Mapcrafter a lot to make the internal rendering engine(s) more extensible and the code which is responsible for managing the general rendering process more reusable. Two side effects you can already see of that refactoring ...

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Hello World!

Hey ho everyone, this is the official blog of the Mapcrafter project where I'll keep you up to date about new features, the current development state of Mapcrafter and other interesting things related to Mapcrafter.

At the moment I'm working on a big internal refactoring which will introduce some cool new features. I ...

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