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DBKynd

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  1. I think we got it! Relocating trove got me past that error, but then it was complaining about apache I had to boil down into apache and only relocate org.apache.commons.collections4 shadowJar { classifier '' configurations = [project.configurations.shadow] relocate('gnu.trove', 'com.dbkynd.discordallowlist.relocated.gnu.trove') relocate('org.apache.commons.collections4', 'com.dbkynd.discordallowlist.relocated.org.apache.commons.collections4') } But now it's starting with no errors. Thanks for the help. Much appreciated!
  2. I guess it's a part of the JDA library that get's shadowed in. I didn't add it myself for anything specific. I tried to relocate all the added libs from JDA to com.dbkynd.discordallowlist.relocated.* but was still having issues. I didn't know trove was a part of Minecraft though. I guess that makes sense. Maybe I should try to exclude it with the shadow plugin??
  3. Hello, I'm trying to make a Forge mod with JDA. (Java Discord) I've been able to use the gradle shadow plugin to include the dependencies. And my mod loads properly and functions in the dev environment. But once compiled into the shadow jar, (yes I am using the shadowJar task in gradle) it crashes in production on a Forge server. Here is my build.gradle file buildscript { repositories { maven { url = 'https://maven.minecraftforge.net' } mavenCentral() } dependencies { classpath group: 'net.minecraftforge.gradle', name: 'ForgeGradle', version: '4
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