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Everything posted by Curle

  1. You'll have to ask the Fabric developers. Forge is a completely seperate project. We can't help you with issues caused by their tools.
  2. MCPBot is not K9. MCPBot has been shut down. Neither will help with renamed Forge classes. It tracks changes in vanilla.
  3. You need to use the SRG name of fields when using the ObfuscationReflectionHelper. That's the one that looks like f_12313_.
  4. The Documentation has not yet been updated for the new version. We've spent most of the time fixing bugs that make the game crash. We'll get onto documentation soon. For now, most information is still correct, there have just been a few renames and refactors. You can see those in the post i made for 38.0 in the Releases section of this forum. Overall, very few changes needed.
  5. Unknown module securejarhandler implies that some libraries were missed during the installation. I suggest you redownload the latest installer and run it again.
  6. Forge Version: 38.0.6 Minecraft Version: 1.18 Downloads: Changelog: (Direct) Installer: (AdFocus) (Direct) MDK: (AdFocus) (Direct) However, as this is the start of a new version, it is recommended that you check the Downloads Page and use the latest version to receive any bug fixes. Intro: 1.17 was a stepping stone, and 1.18 is the real target. The culmination of the Caves & Cliffs update, with few real code changes from 1.17 except those required to plug in the new biome system. This is our new Latest version. As we had some time before the release, we handled some refactors beforehand. Those will be listed here. Changelog: Refactors (not comprehensive): 99% of the fmllegacy package. Most classes were simply moved from x.y.fmllegacy.z to x.y.z. All instances of Gui -> Screen (GuiOpenEvent -> ScreenOpenEvent, for example) GuiScreenEvent -> ScreenEvent, GuiOverlayDebugForge -> ForgeDebugScreenOverlay All instances of GameMode -> GameType (ClientPlayerChangeGameModeEvent -> ClientPlayerChangedGameTypeEvent, for example) All instances of MatrixStack -> PoseStack (DrawSelectionEvent.matrix -> DrawSelectionEvent.poseStack, for example All instances of KeyBinding -> KeyMapping (ClickInputEvent.keyBinding -> ClickInputEvent.keyMapping, for example All instances of World -> Level All instances of WorldType -> WorldPreset (ForgeHooksClient.getDefaultWorldType -> ForgeHooksClient.getDefaultWorldPreset, for example All instances of NBT -> Tag (BlockSnapshot.getNbt -> BlockSnapshot.getTag, for example) All instances of Container -> Menu (IForgeContainerType -> IForgeMenuType, for example) PlaySoundEvent.sound -> PlaySoundEvent.originalSound PlaySoundEvent.result -> PlaySoundEvent.sound SoundEvent.manager -> SoundEvent.engine SoundEvent.SoundSourceEvent.source -> SoundEvent.SoundSourceEvent.channel FOVUpdateEvent -> FOVModifierEvent EntityViewRenderEvent.FOVModiier -> EntityViewRenderEvent.FieldOfView InputUpdateEvent -> MovementInputUpdateEvent InitScreenEvent.{...Widget...} -> {...Listener...} ForgeItemTagsProvider.func_240521_a_Colored -> copyColored MobSpawnInfoBuilder -> MobSpawnSettingBuilder BasicTrade -> BasicItemListing ModelLoader -> ForgeModelBakery ForgeWorldTypeScreens -> ForgeWorldPresetEditors StackList -> MultItemValue Removals: Entire Animation API IForgeTextureAtlasSprite IForgeItem.{showDurabiityBar, getDurabilityForDisplay, getRGBDurabilityForDisplay} ForgeHooksClient.refreshResources ModelBuilder.gui3d BlockInfo.{updateShift, getShx, getShy, getShz} CapabilityInject CapabilityManager.register ConditionalAdvancement.processConditions IForgeItem.isShield IForgeStructureFeature.{getDefaultSpawnList, getDefaultCreatureSpawnList} Forge's Constants class VanillaResourceType ForgeHooksClient.worldRenderPass (+ accessor) ForgeHooksClient.{preDraw, postDraw, getColorIndex} ScrollPanel.drawBackground Screen.{RenderToolTip, RenderComponentToolTip} ResourceManager.getResourceType LootPool.bonusRolls ForgeConfig - selectiveResourceReload PotionEvent.PotionAddedEvent ClientHooks ModFileResourcePack ResourcePackLoader.getResourcePackFor ResourcePackLoader.IPackInfoFinder ServerLifecycleHooks.buildPackFinder IResourceType ReloadRequirements CommandSetDimension
  7. 1.12 is not supported on these forums, as displayed in the banners.
  8. Forge Version: 37.1.0 Minecraft Version: 1.17.1 Downloads: Changelog: (Direct) Installer: (AdFocus) (Direct) MDK: (AdFocus) (Direct) Intro: It's been a long time coming, but this is the final release for 1.17 as we move onto 1.18. This marks the deprecation of 1.17 and the sustainance of 1.16 as our LTS version. Changelog: New: Added a new tag-based tool system, based on a new ToolAction type. Added compatibility with shears and shields to the above tool system Added a new capabilities system that isn't based on annotations. Added a RegisterCapabilitiesEvent. Added a PlayerPermissionChangedEvent to monitor for /op usage. Added a RegisterClientReloadListenersEvent. Added the EntityRenderersEvent.[RegisterLayerDefinitions && RegisterRenderers && AddLayers] events for more conrol over entity rendering. Added a RegisterShadersEvent for custom render shaders with the new pipeline. Added onDatapackSyncEvent for sending extra information to the client from a server. Added EntityEvent.EnteringSection to replace the old EnteringChunk event. Added custom pack finders - AddPackFindersEvent + PathResourcePackAdded a new Tooltip event system Added RenderStateShard hooks Added hooks for custom boat models & textures. Added a forceSystemNanoTime config option to alleviate performance issues with the glfwGetTime method. Added an AT to make Features.Decorators public for modders Added a hook for custom sweep ranges in weapons. Added "remove" lists to tag datagenerators Added lazy capabilities for ItemStacks to increase performance. Added canConnectRedstone hooks to BlockState for futher connection customization Added back linear filtering options for text rendering. Added a GUI stacking system. Added ForgeSpawnEggItem that can handle EntityTypes lazily to work around registry order issues. Added hooks in AdvancementProvider Added hooks for worldgen extensibility in Noise based classes. Added the entity cause to the PotionAddedEvent Added a way to see the fullPots map in FlowerPotBlock Added hooks to ScrollPanel to make it easier to use in a mod. Added deprecation on Forge's Constants class with a notice to use vanilla's constants. Added extra mouse event hooks so that things handled by the game can be listened for Fixes: Fix entities entering a pathfinding loop and spinning in circles. Fix ProjectileImpactEvent bugs caused by using generics unnecessarily. Fix installer breaking when there's a space in the installation path Fix syncing of custom ingredients Fix pairs of apostrophes being removed from ForgeInternationalizaton strings Fix pickblock for items that have multiple blocks Fix initializeClient methods running in datagenerators Fix pet death message being sent when it is cancelled by event. Fix custom WoodTypes causing signs to break Fix waterlogged blocks displaying air for a frame when broken Fix non-flammable blocks with a flammable material catching fire next to lava Fix Part Entities not working. Fix spectating Part Entities not working. Fix WorldEvent.Load not firing before chunks are created in the overworld. Fix death message for tamed animals Fix issues in BackgroundScanHandler related to poor disk IO Fix an infinite loop when dismounting in EntityMountEvent Fix render pipeline having issues with small cubes.
  9. If you want the more future proof in-code solution that doesn't require an arbitrary hardcoded string interpolation, .withStyle(ChatFormatting.GOLD) this call on the `TextComponent` will color it. You can use any ChatFormatting enum constant, including ones that are added after the fact, and you don't have to consult some table on the internet to find what you want.
  10. To my knowledge, if Structurize isn't in the list of mods, it'll work on 1.16.5 by default, without you needing to change anything. We implemented a Version Compatibility Matrix to make this easier for you.
  11. Can you send the debug file from the logs folder?
  12. Uh, wait, i thought this was a different folder. That was advice for a modder, disregard it. What version are you trying to install?
  13. That means a jar file somwhere got corrupted in the download. Go to your user home folder (C:/Users/<username> on Windows, /home/<username> on Linux, /Users/<username> on MacOS) and delete the folder named .gradle This'll delete everything it downloaded and hopefully give you a clean slate to get it going.
  14. See the post labelled "Some Old installers currently do not work, Use latest for your version" pinned at the top of every page. Post locked.
  15. 1.16.3 is incompatible with Java 16. See the post labeled "Java and You: How to avoid crashes" pinned at the top of every page.
  16. Forge for 1.17 will be unusable due to aforementioned datapack bug. This is never going to happen. As the conversation is going nowhere, post locked.
  17. You mean the bugfix for https://bugs.mojang.com/browse/MC-131290 ? We're not going to support you exploiting a glitch.
  18. 1.17 shipped with a game breaking bug that means any mod which contains a datapack (almost every mod ever made!) will cause the game to crash to desktop. There is no advantage for anyone if we release a version of Forge for 1.17. We are not going to.
  19. See the banner labelled "Java 16 and you: how to avoid crashes" for information on how to avoid crashes when using Java 16.
  20. We determined this was due to the files not existing. When a file does not exist, the values contained within also do not exist, and are therefore reported to us as null.
  21. Forge Version: 37.0.0 Minecraft Version: 1.17.1 Downloads: Changelog: Direct Installer: AdFocus Direct MDK: AdFocus Direct It's time! The first release of 1.17 is ready! Before you dive in, we have to address some things. We were planning to release this sooner, but real-life matters and the update to Java 16 meant we were waiting for other projects to conclude before we can release. It is not the fault of any one person or project, this delay was caused by a number of factors. However, enough waiting has occured, and we want to put this in the hands of the players. Notice This is an *early access beta* build. Nothing here is final, it's merely an introduction for modders to get used to the new features. We have lots of changes still to come, but the main things are here. The FML peel, the game test system, Java 16 features.. Java 16 and Modules Almost every Java 16 feature is open to mods. Go ham. However, modules are a bit of a pain to use. If you do use the module-info system in your mod, make sure you fully understand what it is and how it is exposed to other modules (mods) at compile time. Currently, module-infos will be ignored at runtime but NOT at compile time. Our ongoing advice is to not develop your mod as a module. Extra mentions Additionally, mixins. Mixins do not work with the new Modlauncher yet, and we are waiting for Mumfrey to review and update Mixin. Once he gives us the go ahead that it is stable and supports the new systems, we'll ship it again. As such, we're going to release the first few builds of Forge without them. LTS As a reminder, once 1.17 is released, 1.16 and 1.15 become joint LTS versions - 1.15 is now in grace. In 1 month (22nd August 2021), 1.15 will be dropped altogether. We plan that once 1.18 releases, 1.16 will stay as LTS and 1.17 will be dropped, but this is just a plan and is not solid. ForgeGradle ForgeGradle 5 just had a Recommended Build. There will be no breaking changes in the tool until the next minor version. 1.16 and 1.17 now also use ForgeGradle 5 by default, to make it easier for modders that use both versions and don't wish to deal with the mess that is Java 16 support. ForgeGradle still follows the even-odd versioning, where odd minor versions (5.1, 5.3. 5.5...) have no breaking changes, and even minor versions (5.2, 5.4, 5.6...) are breaking/development phases. This system may seem strange at first, but it helps us remove unnecessary technical debt. I recommend hardcoding the version to 5.1.+ (or see the new default MDK buildscript) to avoid unwanted breakages in your project. FML FML and the Modlauncher system was designed for Java 9+ modularity from the start - using modules is something we have been intending to do from day one. However, there are a few complications with integrating with such an unnecessarily complicated system as Java modularity, so the internal FML APIs are not solid. Any mod interfacing with the FML APIs before the RB may encounter crashes with the next update, as we figure out where things belong and move them accordingly. Anything inside these packages are liable to be moved, changed, or removed on any minor update before the first RB: net.minecraftforge.fmlclient net.minecraftforge.fmllegacy net.minecraftforge.fmlserverevents However, once it's all finished, we can properly reimplement things like native API exposure for mods via package exports, native jar-in-jar loading, etc. Lots of cool opportunities for modules in mods. Forge Repo Structure With the FML Peel complete, the structure of the Forge repos has become a bit more complex; There are many subprojects, each containing a part of the whole project. A main part of this is to facilitate the new fmlonly configuration - where the modloader can be built without the API. This can theoretically enable modding on snapshots, given a small amount of work done on the backend. Installers and the Server <TECHNICAL> Due to the way the module system works in Java, the server now launches in a much different way. It is no longer feasible to provide a single executable jar like was done before, so we use a workaround: When you install a server, you'll see two run scripts (one for linux and mac, one for Windows) and argument files. The arguments are added in the order: java @user_jvm_args.txt @forge_args.txt <user game args> As you can tell by the name, only the user_jvm_args.txt file is are intended to be modified by the end user. </TECHNICAL> There is a written example provided by me in the user_jvm_args file that explains the most commonly used arguments (-Xmx, -Xms). Tutorials for creating a server will no longer work on Forge >=37.0. You must use one of the command files (.bash / .sh) provided, or the game will not be able to load. Closing thoughts With all that said, we're looking forward to having people play with Forge. Remember, if you see any bugs, feel free to report them here (the forums), our Discord server or on the issue tracker. Happy Modding!
  22. Immersive Portals is erroring. It's an extremely invasive mod that changes most of the game's rendering engine. So is Optifine. They're conflicting. Your best bet is to remove one of those two mods, or downgrade Optifine to G7.
  23. Ah, yes CurseForge removes the debug log creation. In that case, the latest log file is good enough.
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