A Minecraft server inter-process communication library.
2020-12-21 - mcipc-2.0
mcipc is now available in version 2.
The version 2 update includes the outsourcing of the RCON protocol and client implementation into an own project.
This allowes for the RCON library to be used independently of mcipc, e.g. for other games which support the RCON protocol.
mcipc's RCON client implementations have been overhauled. They now provide functions to interact with the respective server.
It was therefor necessary to not have one implementation of
mcipc.rcon.Client, but three:
mcipc.rcon.be.ClientClient for Bedrock Edition servers.
mcipc.rcon.ee.ClientClient for Education Edition servers.
mcipc.rcon.je.ClientClient for Java Edition servers.
To provide some backwards compatibility, the
mcipc.rcon.Client is now an alias for
You'll find a full documentation of each client's capabilities, i.e. methods in the documentation.
mcipc requires Python 3.9 or higher.
It also depends on rcon which has been split from this project.
If you install
pip, it will automatically be installed as a dependency.
Documentation is available on readthedocs.
Install mcipc from the AUR or via:
pip install mcipc
Query protcol is used to query a Minecraft server for server information.
The Minecraft query protocol has two query modes: basic stats and full stats.
from mcipc.query import Client with Client('127.0.0.1', 25565) as client: basic_stats = client.stats() # Get basic stats. full_stats = client.stats(full=True) # Get full stats. print(basic_stats) print(full_stats)
RCON protocol is used to remotely control a Minecraft server, i.e. execute
commands on a Minecraft server and receive the respective results.
from mcipc.rcon.je import Biome, Client # For Java Edition servers. #from mcipc.rcon.be import Client # For Bedrock Edition servers. #from mcipc.rcon.ee import Client # For Education Edition servers. with Client('127.0.0.1', 5000, passwd='mysecretpassword') as client: seed = client.seed # Get the server's seed. players = client.list() # Get the server's players info. mansion = client.locate('mansion') # Get the next mansion's location. badlands = client.locatebiome(Biome.BADLANDS) # Get the next location of a badlands biome. print(seed) print(players) print(mansion) print(badlands)
Example output of the above commands with a Java Edition client:
-8217057902979500137 Players(online=1, max=20, players=[Player(name='coNQP', uuid=None, state=None)]) Location(name='mansion', x=-7216, y=None, z=-1952, distance=7479) Location(name='minecraft:badlands', x=1512, y=None, z=3388, distance=3634)
Copyright (C) 2018-2021 Richard Neumann <mail at richard dash neumann period de>
mcipc is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
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