More modloader support across curse without being required to use forge.
Options to chose between modloaders and supported mods/modpacks such as FabricAPI, liteloader, rift and so on.
Each modloader having it's own mods and modpack area as to not mix them up causing compatibility issues without including Forge as we are required to use at the moment (since that has been the only modloader on curse for a long time now)
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This could also be helped by being able to mark what loader our mod is compatible with on a per mc and mod version basis I guess that way we can upload one build as say mod-3.8.2-1.12.2 and have that tagged as fabric and the same version on the forge branch could be tagged as forge.
Would prefer all loaders/mod frameworks to be separate categories with ability for mods to be listed in multiple categories.
Some mods might be compatible with both Forge and Fabric, for example, while others might support only one.
Listing mods in multiple categories prevents confusion about what works with what without forcing mod publishers to create duplicate entries.
It would be nice to see some form of category to help find Fabric only mods when this is implemented
As far as I'm aware none of the above are compatible with each other but I can't test that right now, might be best to ask Fabric devs in discord
Robert Seifert commented
I say we only split out loaders that are not compatible with forge. Any loader that can be installed on its on or with forge should just be included with forge mods. Though I think we should have some metadata on the page that notes it requires a different loader than forge.
I agree up but I can't edit it out now. At the time I was trying not to be bias but Rift is a huge nono from me but given I only know four of them that was my second issue. Rift personally should have shut down by now though.
tbh rift is 1. pretty much dead and 2. has had legal issues in the past, imo it should rather not be included