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  1. I'm writing my mod in Scala, and I suddenly started getting these errors when compiling: == Recompiling client == > Cleaning bin > Recompiling '"scalac" -encoding UTF-8 -deprecation -target:jvm-1.6 -classpath "lib:lib/*:jars/bin/minecraft.jar:j...' failed : 1 == ERRORS FOUND in SCALA CODE == src/minecraft/cpw/mods/fml/common/IFMLSidedHandler.java:29: error: value EntityRegistration is not a member of object cpw.mods.fml.common.registry.EntityRegistry import cpw.mods.fml.common.registry.EntityRegistry.EntityRegistration; ^ src/minecraft/cpw/mods/fml/common/IFMLSidedHandler.java:42: error: not found: type EntityRegistration Entity spawnEntityIntoClientWorld(EntityRegistration registration, EntitySpawnPacket packet); ^ I don't edit those classes, and I haven't restarted my computer or anything. That problem just started happening when I compiled one time, and now it won't go away. What can I do? I'm using Scala 2.10.0 (not sure if 2.10.1 is compatible).
  2. Hmm... Nothing seems to be locking it as far as I can see. I have write permissions on it. It's never done this before. Maybe it's related to Forge downloading the jars during install, and the wrong permissions being set?
  3. It's a completely clean jar, downloaded by Forge. Here's the relevant part of the output: == Reobfuscating server == > Cleaning reobf > Generating md5s > Packing jar > Reobfuscating jar '"java" -cp "runtime/bin/retroguard.jar:lib:lib/*:jars/minecraft_server.jar" RetroGuard -notch temp/s...' failed : 1 == ERRORS FOUND == Unrecoverable error during obfuscation, see log file for details. ERROR: error in opening zip file ================== FATAL ERROR Traceback (most recent call last): File "runtime/reobfuscate.py", line 53, in reobfuscate reobfuscate_side(commands, SERVER, reobf_all=reobf_all) File "/Users/abe/mcp/runtime/mcp.py", line 158, in reobfuscate_side commands.applyrg(side, True) File "/Users/abe/mcp/runtime/commands.py", line 907, in applyrg self.runcmd(forkcmd) File "/Users/abe/mcp/runtime/commands.py", line 1111, in runcmd raise CalledProcessError(process.returncode, forkcmd, output) CalledProcessError: Command '"java" -cp "runtime/bin/retroguard.jar:lib:lib/*:jars/minecraft_server.jar" RetroGuard -notch temp/server_ro.cfg' returned non-zero exit status 1 Any ideas? I'm running Python 2.7.2, but I don't think that's important in this case.
  4. Not the OP, but sk89q's launcher is the only one I've had problems with. I tried fixing the issue in SK's code myself, but it's completely the part I was looking at was undocumented . Edit: It's caused by the fact that Forge tries to interface with net.minecraft.Launcher, which doesn't exist in most alternative launchers.
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