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Dambob

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Hey there. I've just updated my dev environment for 1.6.2 but I've hit a bump.

 

Caused by: java.lang.Error: Unresolved compilation problem: 
The type com.google.common.collect.Multimap cannot be resolved. It is indirectly referenced from required .class files

 

My previous code (altering a few lines to the updated version) is causing the issue. The class(es) giving the error all extend itemSword, which happens to import the multimap class. I'd be fairly okay with this however running the vanilla version (with just forge, FML and MCP installed) works fine, so in theory the class exists.

 

This leads me to believe that it's building in the wrong order, using eclipse I forced the Minecraft project (vanilla, Forge, MCP & FML) to build first, then the second project. This is still causing a problem.

 

Could anyone help here? Thanks.

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That's what I would believe too, however I can see guava-14.0.jar in the referenced libraries as well as in the jars folder (in the Minecraft project, the one that is running fine)

 

I'm using a secondary project as the modded version (in the same workspace) which has the Minecraft Project as a dependency, getting built first.

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