New minecraft version. (1.12.1)
When's the new version due?
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Version 1.12.2 was just released in mid-September, with just some minor protocol changes (protocol version and Keep Alive packet changes, apparently).
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"This weeks snapshot brings us the long awaited "flattening", which will absolutely break everything."

https://minecraft.net/en-us/article/mine...hot-17w47a
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"May have broken everything ... Most likely broke everything ... definitely broke everything ... absolutely broke everything."

I'm thinking 1.13 might break a few things. :-)

I don't know the system that well, but my impression is that even plugins will break.

Not to mention maintaining protocol-agnosticism between pre- and post-1.13.

In principle, Mojang is doing this because it's easier to maintain in their codebase (which I could imagine), hopefully the same thing applies to us.
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Even after reading that article and inspecting the stupidly flickering image, I still have no idea what they mean by "flattening" and what it means for us. Either I'm dumb, or they're so far away from normality.
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Block metas will be removed. Different variants of a block will be split into separate blocks.

https://minecraft.gamepedia.com/1.13/Flattening
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I don't think block metas will be removed as such (at least they don't say so in the page explicitly), only the different variants will be split into separate blocks.
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From what I gathered, block states will continue to exist (like stone button pressed/not pressed, rotation of doors etc.), but the concept of block data/damage (typing a number to change some states of a block, like rotation, for example wooden_trapdoor:4) will be removed. This file (https://bugs.mojang.com/secure/attachmen...tening.txt) shows that the data argument was removed from a bunch of commands.
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