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How to get setRegistryName registration class of the class unit / subject?


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I ask setRegistryName in the constructor of my unit, but I can not use the name to register in a class in which I register blocks. Even if I set the name to register in the class registration, I can not use it.

public static Block CACHE_WALL = new BlockCacheWall().setRegistryName("cache_wall");

   public static void GameRegistry() {
       GameRegistry.register(cache_wall); //then an error
   }

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In the code you posted, you're declaring a field called

CACHE_WALL

and then using a different variable called

cache_wall

.

 

Please post your actual code and the error(s), not artificial snippets.

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login name? What they are saying is that you are trying to register a variable that doesn't exist. Instead of cache_wall use CACHE_WALL in your register method and as I stated before your need to register an ItemBlock as well as the Block.

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When you call register you pass the block that already has a registered name it is probably better to write the name lower case.

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You have an instance of a block. Let's call it BLOCK. You set the registry-name of BLOCK to NAME.

You do not register BLOCK by passing NAME, but by passing BLOCK itself.

 

It should be done like this:

public static Block BLOCK = new Block----().setRegistryName(NAME);

   public static void GameRegistry() {
       GameRegistry.register(BLOCK);
   }

Switch out BLOCK for whatever you call that instance, replace Block---- with whatever the class of the block is called, and replace NAME with the string you want.

 

In your code, you are telling the registry to register something, of which it only has the name of. It's kind of like asking someone to read a book to you, now, but only stating the books name.

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