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Is it possible to force a mod to compile despite errors?


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Ok so I'm working on updating  a mod and it's a bit of a mess at the moment but I'd like to compile even though it has several errors so I can replace a single class file in the mod now rather than waiting so I can test if something is fixed, the class file in question does have a couple of errors but nothing that would be an issue if the class was dropped into the old version.


Is it possible to force gradle to ignore the errors and build anyway?

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Is it possible to force gradle to ignore the errors and build anyway?



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