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AbrarSyed

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  1. seems maven central is bieng slow. Just wait a bit and try again later when Maven Central might be under less load.
  2. Connection Refused can mean the following: Something is blocking you from getting to maven Central, or Maven Central is down. It is best to simply try again to rule out the random network derp. If it persists, you may wanna double check firewals and antivirus software to ensure nothing is blocking you. The basic skill of understanding an error is integral to making Minecraft mods. If you are unable to do that. its best to give up and start learning before trying to make a mod.
  3. This is by design. The forgeBin artifact is MUCH faster to create, and does not require that minecraft be decompiled like the forgeSRc artifact requires. As for the throwing of the IOException.. thats not really supposed to happen.. and is worth looking into. A similair error has been reported here: https://github.com/MinecraftForge/ForgeGradle/issues/145
  4. paste your entire build.gradle file pelase.
  5. has been fixed. rerun with --refresh-dependencies
  6. please come on IRC to #ForgeGradle it will be much easier to help you out there.
  7. http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/java/javaOO/accesscontrol.html
  8. You are using an outdated version of Gradle. Either use the provided gradle wrapper, or update to atleast gradle 1.8
  9. This is caused by FernFlower not decompiling corrrectly. Because of this, ForgeGradle 1.0 (MC 1.6.4) and ForgeGradle 1.1 (early 1.7.2) Only work correctly with Java 7. AKA: Set your JAVA_HOME bariable to your JDK 7 installation.
  10. Was an issue on my fault. You may continue to use Java 8, java 8 works fine. gradle clean cleanEclipse cleanCache --refresh-dependencies gradle setupDecompWorkspace eclipse --refresh-dependencies and everything should be fixed. Was a character encoding issue.
  11. do the following things. 1) close eclipse 2) delete the folder C:\Users\Sureen\.gradle\caches\minecraft\net\minecraftforge\forge\1.7.2-10.1.0.1024\ 3) gradlew clean 4) gradlew setupDecompWorkspace --refresh-dependencies 5) gradlew cleanEclipse eclipse enjoy
  12. #1) make sure you are connected to the internet. #2) make sure that your firewall or antivirus is not blocking java.
  13. rerun gradlew.bat setupDevWorkspace , or the decomp workspace if you used that.
  14. https://github.com/MinecraftForge/ForgeGradle/issues/50 I added these run tasks natively into ForgeGradle now.
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