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Intellij Idea 15 bug with Minecraft Forge?


JamieEdwards

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Hi guys,

 

Ok, so I think I've found a bug in Intellij Idea 15, but it could be a thing in all variations of idea... Anyway, if I overwrite the stock "Example Mod" directory that MF provides and run the client, it picks both my java code up AND my assets folder up. Both of which are marked as Sources and Resource root.

 

However, if I add another directory say "MiniCrafft" and also mark my "java" and "resources" sub-directories as "Sources" and "Resource" root.

 

I then create just a simple main java class and a simple mcmod.info file then re-launch the client... I get the following:

 

In my "Mods" option on the title screen, it DOES show "MiniCraft" as an entry BUT it does NOT show my mcmod.info information, it however shows the "please contact mod author for the mcmod file" thing.

 

Does anyone else get that? Or is it literally just me?

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You shouldn't need to manually mark directories as Source/Resource Roots. The IDEA project should be created in the same directory as build.gradle, your code should go in src/main/java and src/main/resources, which will be automatically marked as roots.

 

This tutorial explains how to correctly set up your project.

 

If you're using Forge for 1.7.10 or earlier, add this to your build.gradle:

// Fix resources not being loaded in IDEA
// http://www.minecraftforge.net/forum/index.php/topic,32467.msg169687.html#msg169687
idea.module.inheritOutputDirs = true

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If that's the case then why can I go into Eclipse and add as many different mod directories (not that I actually would but I can) call them any number of things and they will all run no matter what WITH their resources?

 

Doing it just like doesn't seem very flexible!

 

Also, if I clone a repository on my GIthub, it automatically names the root directory by the name of the repository on my profile and changing that is difficult.

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I usually just use one IDEA project per Gradle project (i.e. mod), but it seems you can attach another Gradle project as a module of the current IDEA project from IDEA's Gradle window. This is similar to using an Eclipse workspace with multiple projects (mods).

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How would one do that, do you know?

 

Click the + button (Attach Gradle Project) in IDEA's Gradle window and browse to the other build.gradle file.

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What could I set as the gradle home?

 

If you have Gradle installed locally, use its installation directory as the Gradle Home. You can also just tell IDEA to use the default Gradle wrapper instead of installing Gradle locally.

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