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Example mod not showing up and unable to use @Mod in eclipse (1.16.4)


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I followed multiple Forge Modding tutorials to set gradle up and it is finally done. The problem now is that I do not have an "Example Mod" in my src/main/java folder. I tried just making my own package and class, but I am unable to import things like 

"import net.minecraftforge.common.MinecraftForge;" and "@Mod" is is underlined with red too. I have no idea how to fix this.

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eclipse has sometimes problems to import a forge project (it doesn't add the forge/minecraft library),
try to reimport it or run the gradlew command (you need to use a .bat file),
this should fix your problem

gradlew command:
 

gradlew genEclipseRuns --refresh-dependencies&&gradlew eclipse

 

Edited by Luis_ST
add gradlew command
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