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[1.8] Armor won't repair


Hamster_Furtif
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Hey !

I have created a custom armor (actually, it's only a helmet), but it doesn't repairs.

Here is the code:

public class ItemMask extends ItemArmor{

public ItemMask(String nom) {
	super(Masks.armorMask, 1, 0);
	this.setMaxDamage(2);
	this.setUnlocalizedName("mask_"+nom);
	this.canRepair = true;
	this.setCreativeTab(Masks.tabMasks);


}

@Override
public boolean getIsRepairable(ItemStack input, ItemStack repair)
{
	return repair.getItem() == Items.clay_ball ? true : false;
}
}

 

Here is the ArmorMaterial:

	static int[] a = {1,1,1,1};
public static ArmorMaterial armorMask = EnumHelper.addArmorMaterial("armorMask", "mask", 2, a, 0);

 

And even this doesn't work:

 

@Override
public boolean getIsRepairable(ItemStack input, ItemStack repair)
{
	return true;
}

And there is something else: the armor doesn't break when it has 0HP, it takes one more hit to break it.

 

Thank you for your help !

 

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I think it is normal that the armor breaks when it has -1HP.

 

Try instead of

return repair.getItem() == Items.clay_ball ? true : false;[/Code]

 
[code]    @Override
public boolean getIsRepairable(ItemStack input, ItemStack repair)
{
                //input is the itemStack to be repaired, repair is the itemStack that should repair this item.
                //Change the bronze items to your own.
	return input.getItem() == MyItems.bronze_helmet && repair.getItem() == MyItems.bronze_ingot;
}

 

Also, the

? true : false[/Code]

is not necessary, "input.getItem() instanceof ItemBronzeArmor && repair.getItem() == MyItems.bronze_ingo" already returns false or true.

 

Hope this helps.

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 @Override
public boolean getIsRepairable(ItemStack input, ItemStack repair)
{
                //input is the itemStack to be repaired, repair is the itemStack that should repair this item.
                //Change the bronze items to your own.
	return input.getItem() == MyItems.bronze_helmet && repair.getItem() == MyItems.bronze_ingot;
}

This is not working. The weird thing is that it didn't work with:

@Override
public boolean getIsRepairable(ItemStack input, ItemStack repair)
{
	return true;
}

 

And I know adding

? true : false

is useless, but I tried everything I could.  :(

 

 

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System.out.println("Trying to repair: " + input.getItem() == MyItems.bronze_helmet + " && " + repair.getItem() == MyItems.bronze_ingot);

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What you sent me caused an error, so I used this:

		System.out.println("Trying to repair: ");
	System.out.println(input.getItem() == Masks.mask_cow);
	System.out.println("&&");
	System.out.println(repair.getItem() == Items.clay_ball);
	return input.getItem() == Masks.mask_cow && repair.getItem() == Items.clay_ball;

 

And it printed:

Trying to repair
true
&&
true

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The latest version is:

package com.hamsterfurtif.masks.masques;

import net.minecraft.init.Items;
import net.minecraft.item.ItemArmor;
import net.minecraft.item.ItemStack;

import com.hamsterfurtif.masks.Masks;

public class ItemMask extends ItemArmor{

public ItemMask(String nom) {
	super(Masks.armorMask, 1, 0);
	this.setMaxDamage(2);
	this.setUnlocalizedName("mask_"+nom);
	this.canRepair = true;
	this.setCreativeTab(Masks.tabMasks);


}

@Override
public boolean getIsRepairable(ItemStack input, ItemStack repair)
{
	boolean compatible = false;
	for (int i=0; i < Masks.masques.length; i++)
	{
		System.out.println("Trying to repair: ");
		System.out.println(input.getItem() == Masks.masques[i]);
		System.out.println("&&");
		System.out.println(repair.getItem() == Items.clay_ball);


			if (input.getItem() == Masks.masques[i] && repair.getItem() == Items.clay_ball)
				compatible = true;

	}

	return compatible;
}
}

 

With this in the main class:

public static Item mask_clay = new ItemMask("clay");
public static Item mask_spider = new ItemMaskSpider();
public static Item mask_cow = new ItemMaskCow();
public static Item mask_mouton = new ItemMaskMouton();
public static Item mask_gardien = new ItemMaskGardien();
public static Item mask_squelette = new ItemMaskSquelette();
    
public static Item[] masques= {mask_clay, mask_spider, mask_cow, mask_mouton, mask_gardien, mask_squelette};

 

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I'm not sure if its true for 1.8 but after some lengthy research I came across the solution for 1.7.10.

 

Remove that getIsRepairable from your itemarmor class and put this in your main registry class/method put the following.

 

//your enum name fallowed by the .customCraftingMaterial, than just set it to your item you want it to repair.
ARMORCOPPER.customCraftingMaterial = ingotCopper;

 

I use a register method, and I put this after everything was set in that method.

 

So [Made in short hand]:

 

Main class

@mod()
public void preInit()
MyModsItemClass.registerItems();

 

MyModsItemClass class

public static final ItemArmor.ArmorMaterial ARMORCOPPER = EnumHelper.addArmorMaterial("COPPER", 10, new int[]{2,3,2,2}, 12);

public static Item myArmor;
public static Item ingotCopper

public static void registerItems(){

  myArmor = new MyArmor(ARMORCOPPER, 0, 0, "", "");

  ingotCopper = new MyItems();

  ARMORCOPPER.customCraftingMaterial = ingotCopper;

}

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