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[1.12] ObjectHolder annotation not working in Scala


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Hello all,


Currently having a bit of an issue with the @GameRegistry.ObjectHolder annotation. Using it like so in Java works just fine:

public static TutorialBlock tutorialBlock;

However, in Scala, it's a bit of a different story.

final val tutorialBlock: TutorialBlock = null

Trying to access tutorialBlock after it's been registered gives me a NPE, which it shouldn't be doing, because it's already registered. What I'm finding odd here is that it works in Java, but not in Scala. I'd assume that reflection would stay the same between the two languages, but apparently not... Worst-case scenario, I'll just have to initialize that variable manually.


I know I'm probably not going to get much by way of help because I'm using Scala, but any help would be greatly appreciated!

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1 minute ago, diesieben07 said:

Well, Scala doesn't have true static fields,  so the FML reflection code will not find them.

You might want to keep an eye on this pull request.

Hmm, I assumed because this was in a singleton object, that it was static enough :P Thanks for that, will keep an eye on that one.

Edited by TheReturningVoid
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