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Some Python code for plumbing together a Matrix room and a Minecraft server chat

Setup the app bridge first:

  • Drop ServerWrapper.py and the registration.yaml onto your homeserver.
  • Add it to your homeserver config, setup ports and keys and whatnot.
  • Run Serverwrapper.py
  • On first run, a server config json will be generated. Fill out accordingly and then run again.

Then set up the server wrapper:

  • Drop ServerWrapper.py into the folder with your Minecraft .jar.
  • Run once again to generate wrapper.json
  • Fill it out.
  • Start the Minecraft server, see example below

python .\ServerWrapper_v0.1.0.py java -Xmx1024M -Xms1024M -jar minecraft_server.1.11.2.jar

The wraper looks in your cwd for anything with "minecraft_server" in the name to know to launch in wrapper mode

This was hacked together over a weekend, so I make no promises.