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[1.7.10] Why for RenderWorldEvent, IBlockAccess is casted to ChunkCache???


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Hello everybody, i have a little question:

Why for RenderWorldEvent, IBlockAccess is casted to ChunkCache???

Because it's now forge that stops me from doing what i'm trying to do...


So, while searching for solutions for this problem, i found that all render blocks getters are based around one IBlockAccess. So why don't replace it with one that returns what i want where i want, and super value where i don't care... I came with new instance of IBlockAccess, that is called from new RenderBlocks(), wiht previous blockAcces parameter as default access and then this new instance gets saved instead. But this gave me problems: It crashes when forge tries to cast this render blocks to ChunkCahce for posting event. The question is: why forge needs ChunkCache for their event??? Why can't forge use IBlockAccess???


Thanks for help!

If you have any questions - just ask!


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Because that is what vanilla minecrafts code gives us and expects. Beyond that 1.8 doesnt use this event anymore as its not needed.

Thanks for the answer! So, to solve this i have to move to 1.8... Is no there any workaround in 1.7.10 for this? No?

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