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Hello,

 

I'm trying to make a config file for my block and item id's. But unfortunately then i would need to make a var for each of my blocks containing the config id. And then i had to make this line of this code for each block:

 

config.get(Configuration.CATEGORY_BLOCKS, "test", 0);

 

And i thought: Why can't i just get all the blocks and items of my mod and iterate through all of them?

I found out that all blocks are added to a private Multimap in GameRegistry and i could access that map with reflection.

But i don't think that's a good way of doing this.

 

Do you guys have ideas how to do this?

 

Thanks in advance!

 

ss7

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Hello,

 

OK, i think i can't do that because i can't change the block id after i registered the block.

But anyways: Here is the code to get only blocks of a mod:

 

 

Field blocks;

	Multimap<ModContainer, BlockProxy> blockregistry = null;

	try
	{
		blocks = GameRegistry.class.getDeclaredField("blockRegistry");

		blocks.setAccessible(true);

		blockregistry = (Multimap<ModContainer, BlockProxy>)blocks.get(new GameRegistry());
	}

	catch (Exception ex)
	{
		ex.printStackTrace();
	}

	if (blockregistry.size() > 0)
	{
		for (ModContainer modcontainer : Loader.instance().getModList())
		{				
			if (modcontainer.getModId().equals("modid"))
			{					
				for (BlockProxy block : blockregistry.get(modcontainer))
				{
					System.out.println(block.getClass().getSimpleName());
				}
			}
		}
	}

 

 

ss7

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That's pretty cool - I was trying to figure out how to get the loaded mods :)

 

I know this isn't quite what you're looking for, but the way I get around creating variables for every single block is to create a single int modBlockIndex and increment it each time I initialize a Block:

private static int modBlockIndex;

public static Block yourBlock1, yourBlock2, etc;

// pre-init: get modBlockIndex start from config

// init:
yourBlock1 = new Block(modBlockIndex++);
yourBlock2 = new Block(modBlockIndex++);
etc.

This way your ids are still configurable as a group, but saves the hassle of all those extra variables. I do the same for items.

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