Compiling

  1. Clone the repo to your computer (EG: git clone https://github.com/GeyserMC/Geyser.git)
  2. Install Maven
  3. Navigate to the Geyser root directory and run git submodule update --init --recursive. This downloads all the needed submodules for Geyser and is a crucial step in this process.
  4. Run mvn clean install and locate to the bootstrap, then your desired Geyser version, then target folder.

Project layout

  • bootstrap is where we hold the specific platform code. So if you’re porting Geyser to a new platform, or working with platform-specific code, you likely want to be in here.
  • connector is where connections are handled and the data conversion is done. The majority of Geyser work is held here.

Compiler Tools

Lombok

Note that the latest version of IntelliJ IDEA does not require additional setup in order to develop with Geyser.

If you’re using an IDE for editing any of the GeyserMC projects you will most likely need to install the Project Lombok plugin as it is used to generate a bunch of handy functions. You can edit without it but you may get missing functions and or other issues displayed in your IDE. Please see the IDE section on their site for the supported plugins and install methods https://projectlombok.org/setup/overview.

Protocol Information

GopherTunnel

GopherTunnel is a library for Bedrock Edition written in Go. The source code is an excellent documentation for the Bedrock protocol.

wiki.vg

For a full rundown of the Java Edition protocol, see here.

wiki.vg (Bedrock)

The Bedrock Edition protocol is documented here, but it’s currently incomplete so only use it as a reference.

Programs

debuginfo-be

debuginfo-be is a Spigot plugin that displays an overlay to Geyser clients with useful debug information, similar to the F3 screen in Java Edition.

pakkit

pakkit is a GUI-based tool for intercepting packets between a server and client developed by Geyser contributor circuit10/Heath123 built using Electron. It works for both Java Edition (using node-minecraft-protocol) and Bedrock (as a GUI wrapper for ProxyPass adding extra features). It supports features such as viewing packet data in JSON format, Edit and Resend and a hex view for raw packet data. You can download it from here. It’s currently WIP, so expect bugs.

ProxyPass

ProxyPass is a tool for intercepting packets between a Bedrock server and client developed by the Cloudburst team. It can be found here and the vanilla Bedrock server can be found here.

MCC Toolchest

MCC Toolchest is a tool for viewing and editing NBT data for Bedrock edition, this allows you to see data as it is stored in Bedrock. You can download it from here.

NBTExplorer

NBTExplorer is a tool for viewing and editing NBT data for Java edition, this allows you to see data as it is stored in Java edition. You can download it from here.

Windows 10 Multi-Version Launcher

The Windows 10 Multi-Version launcher allows you to switch between release and beta versions of Minecraft Bedrock. Its GitHub repository can be viewed here.