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Help with syncing client and server [unsolved]


Floppygunk

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I am trying to make a tile entity that works like a gear shaft. The shaft is meant to connect to other shafts when I place them next to each other. I've set up the onNeighborBlockChange function to make adjacent shafts connect when you place one, but for some reason only the one I placed updates. A bit of debugging has told me that the shafts are updating correctly on the server side, but not on the client side. I have packet handling set up in the tile entity, and it's being updated correctly in the onDataPacket function, so I don't know why it's not updated correctly when rendering. Here is my code (I've only included the parts I think are important):

 

TileEntityShaft: http://pastebin.com/0tB535Sc

BlockShaft: http://pastebin.com/4Anj8dGb

 

If anyone wants the full code, it's at https://github.com/LogiCo-Modding/Geartech

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  • 2 weeks later...

After changing the tile entity's state, you need to call the block's markBlockForUpdate method -- this ensures that the state is sent to the client and the block is re-rendered. You should also call the tile entity's OnInventoryChanged method, otherwise the state might not get saved to disk.

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