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[1.11.2] [Solved] Keeping item in crafting table on crafting


DimensionsInTime
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Is setting hasContainerItem() and getContainerItem() not enough to keep an item in the table on latest forge versions? Found posts for previous versions where it worked in older versions. I have an ItemTool extended class that I want to stay in the table and just have some damage after crafting. Thanks for any help!

 

Item Class:

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package dimensionsintime.expandedplates.items;

import com.google.common.collect.ImmutableSet;
import com.google.common.collect.Sets;
import dimensionsintime.expandedplates.creativetabs.ModCreativeTab;
import dimensionsintime.expandedplates.init.ModMaterials;
import dimensionsintime.expandedplates.util.Log;
import mcp.MethodsReturnNonnullByDefault;
import net.minecraft.block.Block;
import net.minecraft.init.Blocks;
import net.minecraft.item.ItemStack;

import javax.annotation.ParametersAreNonnullByDefault;
import java.util.Set;

@MethodsReturnNonnullByDefault
public class ModAlluviumHammer extends ModItemTool{

	private static final Set<Block> EFFECTIVE_ON = Sets.newHashSet(Blocks.ACTIVATOR_RAIL, Blocks.COAL_ORE, Blocks.COBBLESTONE, Blocks.DETECTOR_RAIL, Blocks.DIAMOND_BLOCK, Blocks.DIAMOND_ORE, Blocks.DOUBLE_STONE_SLAB, Blocks.GOLDEN_RAIL, Blocks.GOLD_BLOCK, Blocks.GOLD_ORE, Blocks.ICE, Blocks.IRON_BLOCK, Blocks.IRON_ORE, Blocks.LAPIS_BLOCK, Blocks.LAPIS_ORE, Blocks.LIT_REDSTONE_ORE, Blocks.MOSSY_COBBLESTONE, Blocks.NETHERRACK, Blocks.PACKED_ICE, Blocks.RAIL, Blocks.REDSTONE_ORE, Blocks.SANDSTONE, Blocks.RED_SANDSTONE, Blocks.STONE, Blocks.STONE_SLAB, Blocks.STONE_BUTTON, Blocks.STONE_PRESSURE_PLATE,Blocks.CLAY, Blocks.DIRT, Blocks.FARMLAND, Blocks.GRASS, Blocks.GRAVEL, Blocks.MYCELIUM, Blocks.SAND, Blocks.SNOW, Blocks.SNOW_LAYER, Blocks.SOUL_SAND, Blocks.GRASS_PATH,Blocks.PLANKS, Blocks.BOOKSHELF, Blocks.LOG, Blocks.LOG2, Blocks.CHEST, Blocks.PUMPKIN, Blocks.LIT_PUMPKIN, Blocks.MELON_BLOCK, Blocks.LADDER, Blocks.WOODEN_BUTTON, Blocks.WOODEN_PRESSURE_PLATE);

	public ModAlluviumHammer(){
		super("ep_alluvium_hammer", ModMaterials.MOD_HARDENED_ALLUVIUM, EFFECTIVE_ON, 1.0F, 1.0F, 1, 100);
		setContainerItem(this);
		setCreativeTab(ModCreativeTab.EP_TAB);
	}

	@Override
	public Set<String> getToolClasses(ItemStack stack){
		return ImmutableSet.of("pickaxe", "axe","spade");
	}

	@SuppressWarnings("deprecation")
	@Override
	public boolean hasContainerItem(){
		return true;
	}

	@ParametersAreNonnullByDefault
	@Override
	public ItemStack getContainerItem(ItemStack itemStack){
		Log.info("itemStack: " + itemStack.getDisplayName());
		Log.info("- damage: " + itemStack.getItemDamage());
		Log.info("- attempting damage...");
		itemStack.attemptDamageItem(10, itemRand);
		Log.info("- damage: " + itemStack.getItemDamage());
		return itemStack;
	}

}

 

 

ItemTool Extension Class:

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package dimensionsintime.expandedplates.items;

import com.google.common.collect.Sets;
import dimensionsintime.expandedplates.creativetabs.ModCreativeTab;
import net.minecraft.block.Block;
import net.minecraft.init.Blocks;
import net.minecraft.item.ItemTool;

import java.util.Set;

public class ModItemTool extends ItemTool{

	// generic pick axe effective set
	private static final Set<Block> EFFECTIVE_ON = Sets.newHashSet(Blocks.ACTIVATOR_RAIL, Blocks.COAL_ORE, Blocks.COBBLESTONE, Blocks.DETECTOR_RAIL, Blocks.DIAMOND_BLOCK, Blocks.DIAMOND_ORE, Blocks.DOUBLE_STONE_SLAB, Blocks.GOLDEN_RAIL, Blocks.GOLD_BLOCK, Blocks.GOLD_ORE, Blocks.ICE, Blocks.IRON_BLOCK, Blocks.IRON_ORE, Blocks.LAPIS_BLOCK, Blocks.LAPIS_ORE, Blocks.LIT_REDSTONE_ORE, Blocks.MOSSY_COBBLESTONE, Blocks.NETHERRACK, Blocks.PACKED_ICE, Blocks.RAIL, Blocks.REDSTONE_ORE, Blocks.SANDSTONE, Blocks.RED_SANDSTONE, Blocks.STONE, Blocks.STONE_SLAB, Blocks.STONE_BUTTON, Blocks.STONE_PRESSURE_PLATE);

	public ModItemTool(String itemName){
		this(itemName, ToolMaterial.IRON, EFFECTIVE_ON, 1.0F, 1.0F, 64, 100);
	}

	public ModItemTool(String itemName, ToolMaterial material, Set<Block> effectiveBlocks){
		this(itemName, material, effectiveBlocks, 1.0F, 1.0F, 64, 100);
	}

	public ModItemTool(String itemName, ToolMaterial material, Set<Block> effectiveBlocks, int maxStackSize, int maxDamage){
		this(itemName, material, effectiveBlocks, 1.0F, 1.0F, maxStackSize, maxDamage);
	}

	public ModItemTool(String itemName, ToolMaterial material, Set<Block> effectiveBlocks, float attackSpeed, float attackDamage, int maxStackSize, int maxDamage){
		super(attackDamage, attackSpeed, material, effectiveBlocks);
		setItemName(this, itemName);
		setMaxStackSize(maxStackSize);
		setMaxDamage(maxDamage);
		setCreativeTab(ModCreativeTab.EP_TAB);
	}

	public static void setItemName(ItemTool item, String itemName){
		item.setRegistryName(itemName);
		item.setUnlocalizedName(String.valueOf(item.getRegistryName()));
	}

}

 

 

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Whoops, missed that new method. Fixed. Thanks. The hammer item still disappears on crafting. Recipe is a shapeless where a stack of another item is given when you place the hammer and a block/item in the table. In the hook code I see it checks for container and returns the stack if not empty, has max damage, etc. Looks as if this is called on crafting, so is that the right place to return the stack to keep it in the table?

 

Recipes:

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GameRegistry.addShapelessRecipe(new ItemStack(ModItems.MOD_GLASS_SHARD,4), new ItemStack(ModItems.MOD_ALLUVIUM_HAMMER, 1, OreDictionary.WILDCARD_VALUE), new ItemStack(Blocks.GLASS, 1));
GameRegistry.addShapelessRecipe(new ItemStack(ModItems.MOD_EMERALD_SHARD,4), new ItemStack(ModItems.MOD_ALLUVIUM_HAMMER, 1, OreDictionary.WILDCARD_VALUE), new ItemStack(Items.EMERALD, 1));
GameRegistry.addShapelessRecipe(new ItemStack(ModItems.MOD_DIAMOND_SHARD,4), new ItemStack(ModItems.MOD_ALLUVIUM_HAMMER, 1, OreDictionary.WILDCARD_VALUE), new ItemStack(Items.DIAMOND, 1));
GameRegistry.addShapelessRecipe(new ItemStack(ModItems.MOD_OBSIDIAN_SHARD,4), new ItemStack(ModItems.MOD_ALLUVIUM_HAMMER, 1, OreDictionary.WILDCARD_VALUE), new ItemStack(Blocks.OBSIDIAN, 1));

 

 

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Solved. I was making it harder than it was I guess. 

@Override
public ItemStack getContainerItem(@Nonnull ItemStack stack){
	return stack.getItemDamage() < stack.getMaxDamage() ? new ItemStack(stack.getItem(), 1,stack.getItemDamage() + 10) : ItemStack.EMPTY;
}

 

Works great.

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