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The runServer task loads my coremod 3 times


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I am trying to run my mod from my IDE, using the runServer task, but when I run the server with it, my coremod loads 3 times and eventually gives me a DuplicateModsFoundException...

Log: https://hastebin.com/iqequfogeb.sql


When running on a normal server, it loads fine, this problem seems to be only when running it on my IDE. Let me know if you need any other info...

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