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Make a new class extending

CommandBase

and look into the different command classes on how to properly set it up.

To register your command class, in your main class, add a new handler method which has

FMLServerStartingEvent

as parameter (don't forget to annotate it with

@Subscribe

@EventHandler

).

Within said method, register your command class by calling

eventParam.registerServerCommand(new MyCustomCommand());

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Make a new class extending

CommandBase

and look into the different command classes on how to properly set it up.

To register your command class, in your main class, add a new handler method which has

FMLServerStartingEvent

as parameter (don't forget to annotate it with

@Subscribe

).

Within said method, register your command class by calling

eventParam.registerServerCommand(new MyCustomCommand());

Instead of annotating it with
@Subscribe

, use

@EventHandler

.

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Make a new class extending

CommandBase

and look into the different command classes on how to properly set it up.

To register your command class, in your main class, add a new handler method which has

FMLServerStartingEvent

as parameter (don't forget to annotate it with

@Subscribe

).

Within said method, register your command class by calling

eventParam.registerServerCommand(new MyCustomCommand());

Instead of annotating it with
@Subscribe

, use

@EventHandler

.

Whoops, I just confused that with my coremod :I

 

I make commands with classes that do not extend CommandBase, but implements ICommand.

So you can use that too, I don't believe it is very important what you do.

Yeah, but CommandBase has most methods already implemented, so you don't need to do the logic for them for yourself.

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This thread makes me sad because people just post copy-paste-ready code when it's obvious that the OP has little to no programming experience. This is not how learning works.

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