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[1.8] Create a block that ticks one time exactly every 1000 worldTicks ?<SOLVED>


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good days

im trying to make a block thath ticks every thousand worldTicks to keep track of day|night cicles to close or open a custom door

 

soo i was looking in the crops class becose that block ticks and find a method

 

//###########################################################3

    @Override

    public int tickRate(World worldIn)

    {

        return 1000;

    }

 

but the block is not ticking

 

for block to ticks i have to put in the constructor an

 

this.needsRandomTick= true;

 

but then the block begins to ramdomly tick  not every 1000 ticks as i wish to

 

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so how i make this block ticks exactly every thousand ticks ??

 

this is so far what i have

https://gist.github.com/anonymous/40e144fcd67df6d7c2ea

 

 

 

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First of all:

Blocks are not meant to tick that often, if you want that sort of control you may be better off making a TileEntity

This is totally true - make TE with integer counter, fire code every if (count % 1000 == 0).

 

The Block#tickRate method is actually never called by any internal MC system. It exists in Block class as a design choice (kind of an abstraction).

Lookup its callbacks.

 

Anyway - what you can do is use World#schedule(Block)Update on given blockpos and then when update is fired you can reschedule one after next 1000 ticks.

1.7.10 is no longer supported by forge, you are on your own.

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If you go with TE, You Make TileEntity implements ITickable, you amke field int count. You make an if (count % 1000 ==0) in update(). Now you run your code once per 1000 ticks.

 

If you don't want to use TileEntity - you can use this.worldObj.scheduleUpdate(pos, blockIn, delay);

You simply make a call and after "delay" it will call Block#updateTick. In Block#updateTick you can re-call worldObj.scheduleUpdate and basically make infinite 1000tick-loop.

1.7.10 is no longer supported by forge, you are on your own.

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yea

i wass thinking tile entityes was just for storing things

i make another tileEntity this one tickiable

 

https://gist.github.com/anonymous/484ec7d902c2050f11ae

 

but realize something else

the orinal plan was to get the world time and do something like

 

tiempo = this.worldObj.getWorldTime();

 

int hour = tiempo % 24000 / 1000;

int min =  tiempo % 1000;

 

but just realize than WorldTime is not synced whith day/nigth cicle if i do and an

/set time 100 

 

to set the sun to the first hour in the morning WorldTime is not afected so if i do an

if (hour == 6)

{

//is the midday

}

this would be acurated at all

 

to get when close or open the doors i need the sun position in the sky or well the value od the visible clock based on sun position or something

 

¿¿  some idea ??

 

 

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BlockDaylightDetector is your friend. Lookup how dimensions (WorldProvider) calculates celestial angles. Note that different worls can use different providers - thus different day-lenght.

1.7.10 is no longer supported by forge, you are on your own.

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The daylight detector raises another opportunity: The game already has time, so you probably don't even need a counter, just a check against world time % 1000.

The debugger is a powerful and necessary tool in any IDE, so learn how to use it. You'll be able to tell us more and get better help here if you investigate your runtime problems in the debugger before posting.

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just fixed

imede the clock works whith the solar angle

 

float f = this.worldObj.getCelestialAngleRadians(1.0F);

 

worldtime is not synced whith th sun position if you the /time set comand world time dont'n change

and becoze this is for control the doors from mi custom settlement  to close the door at down and open again in the dust

 

 

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