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  1. Hey, not sure if this is the place to post it or not, but is there any way to track how much memory each mod is using? I'm working on a custom mod for use in a pack, but I'd like to see which mod(s) are taking up excess memory. I am using Netbeans as my IDE, but I can drop the code into another if they have better debug trackers.
  2. Should I be using the ChunkEvent.Load or ChunkDataEvent.Load? And what is the difference between the two? Also, does this event fire when a chunk is first generated?
  3. Hey again everyone, back with a question about retrogen. I already know how to setup my config to allow for it, but I have no idea what event to use. Currently, I have a rather laggy version setup in a entityEnterChunkEvent, that does work slowly, but I'm sure that there is a way to do this as soon as the server starts. So, two part question really, 1. What event should I be firing the retrogen on 2. How do I get a list of all existing chunks in the world?
  4. Thanks, that was totally the problem. Everything seems to be working now, I will start work on converting to using events
  5. Ah, ok. I was hoping that it would be related to another issue that popped up when I had been using it that way, I'm now getting a io.netty.handler.codec.DecoderException: The received string length is longer than maximum allowed (22 > 20) which I am guessing is from my packet handling somewhere. From what I have seen, this is usually due to scoreboards or entity names, but I don't use either.
  6. from the getExtendedState method, you said to create a method that retrieves an instance of the world, but I'm not quite sure how to do that.
  7. How should I get access to a World instance in the first place then?
  8. Would DimensionManager be the way to get a copy on the server side? Thats the only place I am finding to get an instance of ServerWorld, since MinecraftServer doesn't have a getInstance method. Also, I am attempting to locate the previous threads, I may have had them on a different forum. People seemed very opposed to using TileEntities for ores.
  9. When I had asked for help previously, I had been using tile entities, but the community reacted like I had personally kicked their childhood puppy, so I switched to using WorldSavedData. The reason I use nested maps is to help with networking, since it was the first way I thought of to reduce the size of the update packets, but I will take a look into merging them into a single map. As far as storing integers, I thought that it would reduce the RAM required, since this is being designed for a relatively large modpack, as well as that you can use CraftTweaker to add extra materials later on if needed.
  10. There also seems to be a related issue, Caused by: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: net/minecraft/client/multiplayer/WorldClient, at https://github.com/16ColorGames/SuperTechTweaks/blob/master/src/main/java/com/sixteencolorgames/supertechtweaks/ModBlocks.java#L33. Is this going to be fixed by switching to registry events as well?
  11. Are there any good guides/tutorials/examples for registry events?
  12. I have been working on a mod for the past month or two, and it has been running just fine in single player. However, I attempted to put it on a server for some group testing and I got the following error log: https://pastebin.com/gDeaDKd2 However, this is the line that the error is supposedly at: https://github.com/16ColorGames/SuperTechTweaks/blob/master/src/main/java/com/sixteencolorgames/supertechtweaks/proxy/CommonProxy.java#L75 and not only is there no reference to IStateMapper there, I don't have any direct usage of it in my mod at all. What am I doing wrong here?
  13. Not sure about the event, but the AI for breaking doors can be found in the minecraft source at net.minecraft.entity.ai.EntityAIBreakDoor; It looks like it just sets the door block to be air, I don't know what the associated event is called. As far as the slime, see the setDead() method in net.minecraft.entity.monster.EntitySlime; for 1.10.2 source it is line #212
  14. I'm having a few issues with CraftTweaker and the JEI Implementation. When I use craftTweaker to add a recipe, I can craft it using my machinery just fine, but JEI does not register that I have added the new recipe. Sample add recipe action: https://github.com/16ColorGames/SuperTechProcessing/blob/master/src/main/java/com/sixteencolorgames/supertechprocessing/compat/CraftTweaker/AddExtrusion.java#L70 All craft tweaker files: https://github.com/16ColorGames/SuperTechProcessing/tree/master/src/main/java/com/sixteencolorgames/supertechprocessing/compat/CraftTweaker All JEI files: https://github.com/16ColorGames/SuperTechProcessing/tree/master/src/main/java/com/sixteencolorgames/supertechprocessing/compat/jei
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