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1.12 Custom Crop seeds not registering


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So I am following ShadowFacts Modding tutorial for crops and I am copying word for word and I and encountering a problem where I cant get my cornSeed's to register and be added to the game. Ill paste the code of what I have below. I have attempted this 4 times starting new each time and every time I encounter the exact same thing.

ItemCornSeed

package com.shadowavana.egypt.items;

import com.shadowavana.egypt.Main;
import com.shadowavana.egypt.init.ModBlocks;
import com.shadowavana.egypt.init.ModItems;
import com.shadowavana.egypt.util.ItemModelProvider;

import net.minecraft.init.Blocks;
import net.minecraft.item.Item;
import net.minecraft.item.ItemSeeds;

public class ItemCornSeed extends ItemSeeds implements ItemModelProvider {

	public ItemCornSeed() {
		super(ModBlocks.cropCorn, Blocks.FARMLAND);
		setUnlocalizedName("corn_seed");
		setRegistryName("corn_seed");
		
	}
	
	public void registerItemModel(Item item) {
		Main.proxy.registerItemRenderer(item, 0, "corn_seed");
	}

}

 

ModItems

	public static final Item corn = new ItemBase("corn").setCreativeTab(Main.tabAncientFood);
	public static ItemCornSeed cornSeed = new ItemCornSeed();
	public static void register(IForgeRegistry<Item> registry) {
		registry.registerAll(
				// ...
				corn
				
				
		);
	}
	
	public static void registerModels() {
		// ...
		corn.registerItems();
	}

 

BlockCornCrop

public class BlockCropCorn extends BlockCrops {

	public BlockCropCorn() {
		setUnlocalizedName("crop_corn");
		setRegistryName("crop_corn");
	}
	
	@Override
	protected Item getSeed() {
		return ModItems.cornSeed;
	}
	
	@Override
	protected Item getCrop() {
		return ModItems.corn;
	}

}


ModBlocks

public static BlockCropCorn cropCorn = new BlockCropCorn();

	@SubscribeEvent
	public static void register(IForgeRegistry<Block> registry) {
		registry.registerAll(
				// ...
				cropCorn
		);



Any help is greatly appreciated, If I need to post anything else that I missed I will.
 

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5 hours ago, ShadowAvana said:

registry.registerAll(
     // ...
    corn
);

 

You do not appear to be registering your seed at all.

 

Additionally:

Problematic Code #10

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When I use this like (below)  the item loads up fine just as a normal item

	public static final Item corn_seed =	new ItemBase("corn_seed").setCreativeTab(Main.tabAncientFood);

 

and yet the moment I change  it to this and refer it to ItemCornSeed the seeds get removed from the game and cant be found

	public static final Item corn_seed = new ItemCornSeed("corn_seed").setCreativeTab(Main.tabAncientFood);

 

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Yes, because:

super(ModBlocks.cropCorn, Blocks.FARMLAND);

Your item has a reference to your block and your block has not initialized yet, so this field is null.

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Use the registry events.

In the Register<Block> event, create your blocks.

In the Register<Item> event, create your items.

Magically, everything will work, because the Block event fires first.

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

 

DO NOT PM ME WITH PROBLEMS. No help will be given.

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