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Getting Minecraft Player Information from Mojang API.

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Getting Minecraft Player Information from Mojang API.


  1. pip install mcuuid
  2. Use the module like this:


> from mcuuid import MCUUID
> player = MCUUID(name="gronkh")
> player.names
{0: 'Gronkh'}
> player.uuid

You can also use an existing uuid to start from:

> player = MCUUID(uuid="a2080281c2784181b961d99ed2f3347c")


Check syntax of an username:

>from import is_valid_minecraft_username
> is_valid_minecraft_username('gronkh'):

Check syntax of an UUID:

> from import is_valid_mojang_uuid
> is_valid_mojang_uuid('a2080281c2784181b961d99ed2f3347c'):

Version information

There is a wrapper around the new MCUUID class to still be usable using former api versions. They are deprecated and not recommended for future use.


This software is licensed under the MIT license. Feel free to use it however you like.

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