ResourcePack Workbench Creator 1.9, 1.8.9, 1.7.10 (RPW) is a tool to make creation of Resource Packs easier.
- It is a java application, just like Minecraft, so it should run everywhere – Windows, Linux, Mac.
- It lets you easilly combine packs, create new ones, edit texts and images etc (with the help with external editors, or for texts, the built-in one).
- RPW comes with a Project system, so you can work on more packs at once, and keep them in separate folders.
- It was made on Linux and uses GIMP for editing the images, but you can change that in the config file.
- To run RPW, you need Java 6 and Minecraft 1.6.2+.
- With MC 1.5 or older, it will just not work.
- The latest update works fine on all platforms (Linux, Windows, Mac);
The edit buttons won’t work unless you configure editors using the Settings dialog.
How to run it
- That’s easy, if it works, you can just click it and it will start.
- If not, right-click it and open in Java Runtime Environment
- If you want command line option, do: java -jar RPW.jar
Configuring the file editors
- The application was built in Linux, so the “edit” buttons won’t work on Windows.
- To fix that, go to Options Configure editors and using the buttons there,
find the EXEs of your favorite editors.
- The same, of course, applies to Mac and Linux, if the buttons don’t work, select the right editors.