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[1.6.4]Ore Dictionary weirdness [Unsolved]


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Hello, i have a grinder block and it has a tile entity, and in the updateEntity method in the tile entity, i call this code:

System.out.println(OreDictionary.getOreID("oreCopper"));

I have IndustrialCraft2 installed and there exists copper in the game, but it prints this in my console:

2014-01-05 20:50:47 [iNFO] [sTDOUT] 69

but that isn't the id of the copper block!!! is this a bug with the OreDictionary or am i doing something very wrong? I did all of this testing because this code works with iron and gold, but not for the ore dictionary checks:

public static ItemStack getGrindingResult(ItemStack itemstack)
{
	if (itemstack != null)
	{
		if (itemstack.getItem().itemID == Block.oreIron.blockID) return new ItemStack(TechCraftItems.DUSTS, 2, 0);
		if (itemstack.getItem().itemID == Block.oreGold.blockID) return new ItemStack(TechCraftItems.DUSTS, 2, 1);
		if (itemstack.getItem().itemID == OreDictionary.getOreID("oreCopper")) return new ItemStack(TechCraftItems.DUSTS, 2, 2);
		if (itemstack.getItem().itemID == OreDictionary.getOreID("oreTin")) return new ItemStack(TechCraftItems.DUSTS, 2, 3);
		if (itemstack.getItem().itemID == OreDictionary.getOreID("oreSilver")) return new ItemStack(TechCraftItems.DUSTS, 12, 4);
		if (itemstack.getItem().itemID == OreDictionary.getOreID("oreAluminium")) return new ItemStack(TechCraftItems.DUSTS, 2, 5);
	}
	return null;
}

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getOreID gives you the ore id, not the Itemid. One ore can have multiple item ids, that's the whole purpose of the OreDicitionary.

To test if something is a specific ore, use getOreID with a string argument first (

getOreID("oreCopper")

). Then you have the oreID for copper ore and can compare that to the result of getOreID(ItemStack).

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Ok, i got this code:

ArrayList<ItemStack> ores = OreDictionary.getOres(OreDictionary.getOreID("oreCopper"));

but how would i get the block id for copper ore out of that?

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http://www.howoldisminecraft1710.today/

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for (ItemStack stack : OreDictionary.getOres("copper"))

    if (OreDictionary.itemMatches(stack, other, false)) return true;

 

Seriously, not complicated.

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