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How to create a client side command?


Is.M.L

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I want to add a few client side commands to the client side mod I'm doing, and I wanted to know how to do it. Just to contextualize, I need a command /rain [on|false] that will set a feature to automatically send /weather off command whenever it rains (if the player sets /rain off) or do nothing (if the player sets /rain on). The other commands will work as aliases to long commands (for exemple /nether will warp you to the nether by issuing /warp nether, /bed will teleport you to your bed by issuing /home bed, etc).

In short, all I need is a way to handle commands on client side, consuming them and never issuing them to the server.

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4 hours ago, diesieben07 said:

You can add client-side commands using ClientCommandHandler. Note that you probably want to implement IClientCommand on your command class. 

I know I'm being lazy by asking this, and that I could "try and error" the whole thing, but since I don't have access to a PC right now, sorry for the question, but how do I implement IClientCommand properly? Could you give me an example where the /nether command translates to a /warp nether command? (client gets /nether, handles it and issues a true command /warp nether instead)

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If you are an admin on the server you could also just install a server side only mod. Clients could still connect to your server without the mod and you could do a lot more stuff without having to go through vanilla commands.

 

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2 minutes ago, Is.M.L said:

I know I'm being lazy by asking this, and that I could "try and error" the whole thing, but since I don't have access to a PC right now, sorry for the question, but how do I implement IClientCommand properly? Could you give me an example where the /nether command translates to a /warp nether command? (client gets /nether, handles it and issues a true command /warp nether instead)

There is a warp command? What does it do? Or are you playing on a bukkit server? Cause some bukkit servers don't allow clients with forge to join.

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19 minutes ago, Jacky2611 said:

There is a warp command? What does it do? Or are you playing on a bukkit server? Cause some bukkit servers don't allow clients with forge to join.

I'm not an admin, and no, no bukkit. The server is forge modded. I just create these commands to enhance my own gameplay, and if they work, my friends' gameplay. I just want to know the correct way to implement and handle IClientCommand

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On 22/07/2017 at 9:17 AM, diesieben07 said:

It's an interface. You implement it on your command class. You know Java, right?

Yes, I do. I know how to implement an interface, that's not my point. I know how to implement Map<K, V> properly, but I also could implement it wrong. The interface doesn't care, as long as the methods are implemented and return the expected value type (or even if they thrown an exception every time, that's still considered an implementation of the interface); there is no enforcing contract on what the method should actually do. I was asking how to implement IClientCommand properly.

Thanks for the help, nonetheless. I gave up on this particular project, as I took a break from gaming shortly after asking this, only now I'm returning.

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1 minute ago, herrwasserfall said:

Where can I find the Javadocs for forge?

In the class itself. 

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Exception: If you do not understand Java, I WILL NOT HELP YOU and your thread will get locked.

 

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On 7/21/2017 at 4:58 PM, Is.M.L said:

I know I'm being lazy by asking this, and that I could "try and error" the whole thing

Yes, sorry it is too lazy to ask this. Why ask other people to go to their PC, open up their IDE, find the interface class, then type it up for you here?

 

People asking questions here don't seem to understand that the people answering here have to work -- DO RESEARCH -- to come up with the answers. It is only fair to ask others to work for you when (a) you just need an initial hint (which diesieben07 already gave you), (b) you've tried yourself (c) the answer might also be interesting to that person. 

 

And the "whole try and error" approach is what people should be doing to learn.

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