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  1. Hi, I'm having an issue with my custom Ore Filler type. I have custom caves where stone is replaced with smooth sandstone and then an ore feature replaces smooth sandstone with new ores, but it isn't working. Upon further inspection the problem was that the Block Matcher for Smooth Sandstone was always evaluating to false for some reason. I have other filler types that worked (End Stone, namely) and doing some other debugging showed that Mycelium returned true and Sandstone returned false. Here's where the Filler Types are defined public static final OreFeatureConfig.FillerBlo
  2. In my mod I want it so that in deserts all stone (or just stone in certain y values) is replaced with sandstone. At first I tried looking at the overworld generation class, then I tried ChunkEvent.Load, but these didn't really seem to help (ChunkEvent.Load worked at first, but it would also replace stone blocks I placed and it wouldn't save the blockstates to the chunk (I think? when i interacted with the sandstone it turned back into regular stone)) What's the best way to go about this? I looked into the ore generation features and replacing stone with sandstone, but I'm not sure which c
  3. thanks... I'm not sure how i missed those, for some reason I thought there were only char versions
  4. I also get ticking memory exceptions from writeSpawnData when I load the world
  5. I'm trying to use IEntityAdditionalSpawnData for my projectile but I'm not really sure how to use the packet methods. I have a capped arrow entity with an IItemTier field that get's written to in writeSpawnData and that gets read from in readSpawnData, I can see from the console (debugging I did) that writeSpawnData is getting called, but readSpawnData isn't. Here's what my overrides look like @Override public void writeSpawnData(PacketBuffer buffer) { Two.LOGGER.info("writing..."); buffer.setCharSequence(0, (CharSequence) this.tier.toString(), Charset.defaultCharset());
  6. Hi, in my mod I added food scraps, so when you eat an apple you get an apple core. Is there a way that I can add this to the composter's map of compostables? I checked out the code and the registerCompostable method is private. This would also apply to a lot of other foods. If there is no way, is it planned to add this? If not I'll make a post to Suggestions about it.
  7. thanks everyone, i finally got it working after i edited the eclipse.ini file, it had a variable that pointed to the jre it was using it's working great now! time to update all of the references to methods that had their names changed...
  8. i have it in both user and system, just did another eclipse gen and it still says the java home is the Java 9 JRE
  9. But i did, do i need to refresh it in eclipse? or is there something in eclipse that has priority over what i set in my environment variables, or...
  10. upon further inspection it doesn't look like i have the "mapped snapshot". i don't know where exactly to look for it, but it's not with the other one in users//.gradle
  11. I tried that but it didn't work. What should I have JAVA_HOME set to? And what should I put under the path environment variable? It's also telling me that it's missing the mapped snapshot (net.minecraftforge forge 1.15.2...) Now the console's telling me Working Directory: C:\Users\owner\eclipse-workspace\two-1.15.2-31.2.27 Gradle user home: C:\Users\owner\.gradle Gradle Distribution: Gradle wrapper from target build Gradle Version: 4.10.3 Java Home: C:\Program Files\Java\jre-9.0.4 JVM Arguments: None Program Arguments: None Build Scans Enabled: false Offline Mode Enabled:
  12. I've been working in 31.1.0 for a while and it works just fine, but I wanted to port my stuff over to 31.2.0 and it's not working. All of the library stuff in ExampleMod.java has errors; the Minecraft Project and External Dependencies just aren't there. When I run the eclipse gradle command it gives me this error "Cannot find System Java Compiler" Here's the whole report: Working Directory: C:\Users\owner\eclipse-workspace\two-1.15.2-31.2.0 Gradle user home: C:\Users\owner\.gradle Gradle Distribution: Gradle wrapper from target build Gradle Version: 4.10.3 Java Home
  13. is that in Java Compiler > JDK Compliance? Because under that for me it says 1.8
  14. I'm amidst porting my modding workspace over to my new laptop, but whenever I try to run minecraft from the runClient in Eclipse, it gives me the following error: Description: Initializing game java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: java.nio.ByteBuffer.rewind()Ljava/nio/ByteBuffer; at net.minecraft.client.MainWindow.loadIcon(MainWindow.java:188) ~[forge-1.15.2-31.1.0_mapped_snapshot_20190719-1.14.3-recomp.jar:?] {re:classloading,pl:runtimedistcleaner:A} at net.minecraft.client.MainWindow.setWindowIcon(MainWindow.java:152) ~[forge-1.15.2-31.1.0_mapped_snapshot_20190719-1.14.3-recomp.j
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