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  1. I found the error! Gradle was set to offline mode and now it compiles well! Thank you @warjort and @diesieben07 for helping me. About the json files: My data generator is having an issue but I dont want to talk about that.
  2. Sorry but I think I sent the wrong commit Here is the updated commit: https://github.com/frowcallaway/Better-Void-Forge
  3. Thank you for replying to me. Here is the error message: Caused by: org.gradle.internal.exceptions.DefaultMultiCauseException: Could not resolve mezz.jei:jei 1.18.2:9.7.1.232. The repository is here: https://github.com/frowcallaway/Better-Void-Forge I hope this will help.
  4. When Gradle is building, the second repository block (Where mod compatibility is handled) in the build.gradle file is skipped and goes to the second dependencies block directly. This causes a "DefaultMultiCauseException: could not resolve (mod dependency)" and stops the build which doesn't add the mod. I have tried to recreate the repository block but nothing. I even went to the original mdk and pasted the build.gradle file, changed everything there and nothing. You can find the build.gradle here: https://gist.github.com/frowcallaway/1f44f1293d6a44a6af2a99025c10f2f9 If you find a solution, please reply
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