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I create a static list of blocks, and i use this list to register my blocks.  I understand this is not the correct way do do this.  Every example i see about the correct way, individually names every block.  Since i have over a hundred blocks, i really don't want

to do that.  So there questions is, is there a way to correctly register the without having to name them all.

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8 hours ago, blinky000 said:

So there questions is, is there a way to correctly register the without having to name them all.

You don't have to make fields for your blocks. You can do whatever you want inside RegistryEvent.Register to create your blocks (or other registry entries).

Likewise you don't have to immediately store RegistryObjects in static final fields when using DeferredRegister. You can use a static { } block and inside there use for loops or whatever means you want to create them.

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if i have two events :

 

public static void onRegisterBlocks(RegistryEvent.Register<Block> event) {

}

@SubscribeEvent
public static void onRegisterBlocks(RegistryEvent.Register<Block> event) {

		String doubleList[] = {"brick_plaster", "bricks_dark_oak_wains", "rock_wall_dark_oak_wains", "rock_wall_plaster", "stone_brick_dark_oak_wains"};
      
		for(String sl : doubleList) {
			event.getRegistry().register(new BlockStdHorz(PROP_STONE),"singleblock/"+sl));
		}
}
  
@SubscribeEvent
public static void onRegisterItems(RegistryEvent.Register<Item> event) {
}

How would i get the registered blocks into the  Register<Item >event 

    }

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Or store them in your own list.

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