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[1.8] Generated Blocks are gone after re-log.


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Thank you to anyone who can help me with this... I feel that the answer to this is something silly, but I just can't figure it out...


I'm trying to get a structure to automatically get created when you click on a button in a new gui I created when interacting with a new entity that I created. The structure builds correctly, but after I re-log, it's gone. I'm thinking that it's being created on the client side, but not saving on the server side? The reason I'm thinking that is that if I add


"if (!Minecraft.getMinecraft().theWorld.isRemote())"


Then the structure doesn't generate. When I remove that, the above problem happens...


Here's the code that I'm using to generate a structure...


package com.persvillagers.village1;

import net.minecraft.client.Minecraft;
import net.minecraft.init.Blocks;
import net.minecraft.util.BlockPos;

public class BurningHouse
public static Minecraft mc = Minecraft.getMinecraft();

public void generate()
	BlockPos playerPos = mc.thePlayer.getPosition();
	int x = playerPos.getX();
	int y = playerPos.getY();
	int z = playerPos.getZ();
	BlockPos startingPos = new BlockPos(x - 20, y, z - 20);
	int offset = 0;

        while (mc.theWorld.isAirBlock(startingPos) && startingPos.getY() > 2)
            startingPos = new BlockPos(startingPos.getX(), startingPos.getY() - 1, startingPos.getZ());
	for (int var0 = 0; var0 < 5; ++var0)
		for (int var1 = 0; var1 < 5; ++var1)
			BlockPos wall1 = new BlockPos(startingPos.getX() + var0, startingPos.getY() + 20, startingPos.getZ() + var1);
			mc.theWorld.destroyBlock(wall1, false);
			mc.theWorld.setBlockState(wall1, Blocks.planks.getDefaultState());

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well thanks for the update. I'd rather find out now then when I'm actually testing the stand alone server and have no way to find out where to start looking.


I'm looking at the base code, and found this packet : C08PacketPlayerBlockPlacement


Can I start working with this, or am I going completely in the wrong direction?

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or am I going completely in the wrong direction?


Wrong direction.  Implement your own packets and packet handler.

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