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[1.12] Minecraft creating and registering items and blocks


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Hello All,

With this new registration thing in forge that changed in 1.12, I have been a little confused and lost. What I need is the basic code to register and create items and blocks for minecraft Forge 1.12. 

Ps I also need to know where textures of items and blocks go.

Thank you in advance.

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22 minutes ago, Chuckinator said:

Now where exactly do I put the texture(.png) files in Forge?

 

Forge's documentation explains that here.

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Which version of Forge are you using? The logging of missing models was broken in Forge 1.12-14.21.0.2363 (commit dc043ac) and fixed in Forge 1.12-14.21.1.2390 (commit ede05a2).

 

Please create a Git repository of your mod on a site like GitHub and link it here. See my mod and its .gitignore file for an example of which files to include.

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1 minute ago, Chuckinator said:

Do you do anything different when setting up the new forge environment.

 

No, just change the Forge version in build.gradle and re-run the setupDecompWorkspace task.

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10 hours ago, Chuckinator said:

Well i am getting an error in the dependencies/ forgebin-1.12-14.21.1.2390:2390

 

Post the full output from Gradle.

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13 hours ago, Chuckinator said:

Does it make a file?

I tryed uploading pictured of the error in run tab but it failed.

 

The .gradle/gradle.log file in your mod's root directory should contain the output from the latest Gradle run.

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You need to be connected to the internet for Gradle to download dependencies. Are you sure you're computer's connected to the internet when you run the Gradle task and is there any program (e.g. anti-virus) that could be blocking the connection?

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Ok the setup worked but I am still getting texture errors?.?

[12:48:08] [main/ERROR] [TEXTURE ERRORS]: +=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=
[12:48:08] [main/ERROR] [TEXTURE ERRORS]: The following texture errors were found.
[12:48:08] [main/ERROR] [TEXTURE ERRORS]: ==================================================
[12:48:08] [main/ERROR] [TEXTURE ERRORS]:   DOMAIN minecraft
[12:48:08] [main/ERROR] [TEXTURE ERRORS]: --------------------------------------------------
[12:48:08] [main/ERROR] [TEXTURE ERRORS]:   domain minecraft is missing 2 textures
[12:48:08] [main/ERROR] [TEXTURE ERRORS]:     domain minecraft has 3 locations:
[12:48:08] [main/ERROR] [TEXTURE ERRORS]:       unknown resourcepack type net.minecraft.client.resources.DefaultResourcePack : Default
[12:48:08] [main/ERROR] [TEXTURE ERRORS]:       unknown resourcepack type net.minecraft.client.resources.LegacyV2Adapter : FMLFileResourcePack:Forge Mod Loader
[12:48:08] [main/ERROR] [TEXTURE ERRORS]:       unknown resourcepack type net.minecraft.client.resources.LegacyV2Adapter : FMLFileResourcePack:Minecraft Forge
[12:48:08] [main/ERROR] [TEXTURE ERRORS]: -------------------------
[12:48:08] [main/ERROR] [TEXTURE ERRORS]:     The missing resources for domain minecraft are:
[12:48:08] [main/ERROR] [TEXTURE ERRORS]:       textures/items/flash_sword.png
[12:48:08] [main/ERROR] [TEXTURE ERRORS]:       textures/items/dark_banshee.png
[12:48:08] [main/ERROR] [TEXTURE ERRORS]: -------------------------
[12:48:08] [main/ERROR] [TEXTURE ERRORS]:     No other errors exist for domain minecraft
[12:48:08] [main/ERROR] [TEXTURE ERRORS]: ==================================================
[12:48:08] [main/ERROR] [TEXTURE ERRORS]: +=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=

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10 minutes ago, Chuckinator said:

Ok the setup worked but I am still getting texture errors?.?

 

Post your code, any relevant JSON files and the FML log (logs/fml-client-latest.log in the game directory) using Gist or Pastebin.

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31 minutes ago, Chuckinator said:

[12:48:08] [main/ERROR] [TEXTURE ERRORS]:     The missing resources for domain minecraft are:
[12:48:08] [main/ERROR] [TEXTURE ERRORS]:       textures/items/flash_sword.png
[12:48:08] [main/ERROR] [TEXTURE ERRORS]:       textures/items/dark_banshee.png

 

Minecraft is trying to load your textures from the minecraft resource domain, where they don't exist. You need to specify your mod's resource domain, i.e. use "<modid>:<texture_path>" rather than just "<texture_path>".

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6 minutes ago, Chuckinator said:

In what file?

 

Wherever you specify the textures, in the model or the blockstates file.

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4 minutes ago, Chuckinator said:

Ok Do you have that part set up in your TestMod3?

 

Yes, every model that uses non-vanilla textures specifies the testmod3 resource domain for them.

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