Hi. I took the effort for 1.3.2. At final reckoning before giving up because 1.4.2 had happened, I had put about 250 to 300 hours into it. As well as the previous efforts to build the 1.2.x bukkit builds for forge, using an older technique that doesn't allow for mod<->bukkit interactions in any feasible way. I estimated another 300 hours or more of work to get to what I would consider a good state. Most of this effort would have to be redone for every single MC update. I'm afraid to say, that's not "reasonable effort". So I abandoned it. I don't expect you to help. You seem unwilling to yield the smallest inch. We've had this discussion before, and you've always either ignored me or told me to go away. By the way, the reason we can't use the MCP mapping generator tool is because we can *only* download craftbukkit jars. To run and generate the diff for MCP, we need the mc-dev jar that is decompiled to generate mc-dev. Anyway, clearly, you believe modding to be trivial topic unworthy of your time. I don't think many others agree with you but that is your decision. I see no reason to continue.