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[1.10.2] What is "flag" 11?


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11 would be flags 1 + 2 + 8.

I've never figured out what Flag 8 does.

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RenderGlobal#notifyBlockUpdate

passes the

boolean

value of flag 8 to

RenderChunk#setNeedsUpdate

. I don't fully understand the world rendering code, but this appears to signal that the

RenderChunk

should be rebuilt from the current world data.

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flag 8 seems to be used in RenderGlobal.notifyBlockUpdate() which passes true as a parameter to RenderGlobal.markBlocksForUpdate() if flag 8 is set.

 

markBlocksForUpdate() passes that flag as a parameter to the ViewFrustrum#markBlocksForUpdate() method which passes it as the only parameter to renderChunk#setNeedsUpdate().

 

So basically it tags the entire chunk for a rendering update it seems.

 

 

 

 

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