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[1.7.2]what to use instead of onInventoryChanged() method


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Hello,

I used method onInventoryChanged() from IInventory in 1.6.4. Unfortunatelly, this method was removed in 1.7.2. Any idea what to use instead?

 

I used the method to send packet about update, so the tileEntity updates on clients without activating the block.

Sorry for mistakes, English is not my mother tongue

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It's probably not removed.  Just not deobfuscated.

 

In any case, I don't know the answer.

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There are methods in IInventory in Forge 10.12.0.1024

 

int getSizeInventory();
ItemStack getStackInSlot(int var1);
ItemStack decrStackSize(int var1, int var2);
ItemStack getStackInSlotOnClosing(int var1);
void setInventorySlotContents(int var1, ItemStack var2);
String getInventoryName();
boolean hasCustomInventoryName();
int getInventoryStackLimit();
void markDirty();
boolean isUseableByPlayer(EntityPlayer var1);
void openInventory();
void closeInventory();
boolean isItemValidForSlot(int var1, ItemStack var2);

 

And from what I have understand, markDirty does something different. Maybe it got back in newest (1025) update? I haven't had time to update yet.

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I too wonder what to use.

I was following a tutorial ( curse:MrrGingerNinja TE inv) and onInventoryChange() was called to commit the stuff done in 2 of the required TE IInv methods.

ex derived from tut:

@Override
public void setInventorySlotContents(int pSlot, ItemStack pStack) {
	inventory[pSlot] = pStack;
	if(pStack != null && pStack.stackSize > getInventoryStackLimit()) {
		pStack.stackSize = getInventoryStackLimit();
	}
	onInventoryChanged();
}

it seems like it is just committing the change,

and the choices of remaining talk about chunkloading and refreshing from read etc

(I want to commit, not read)

MarkDirty sounded like it will do stuff at some later point beyond this control

... no, Commit Now!

 

whats the way other folks are committing  setInventorySlotContents() TE IInv changes now,

if not onInventoryChanged()?

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Tip: if you have problems that you cant solve, and inolves inventory stuff, just look iron chest source on cpw´s github, if the problem is new names, just look at commits and see what cpw has changed.

(i wouldn´t recommend minecraft because you did this thread as you couldn´t look at minecraft source correctly, so using the iron chest one is more easier because of the commits)

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