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[1.10.2] Custom Repair Item


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I am trying to repair my weapon with a custom item and I thought I had it figured out but it is not working.  What I am I missing? I didn't copy over the whole class just the relevant bits, here is what I have so far:



public static final ToolMaterial metalLvl1 = EnumHelper.addToolMaterial(Reference.MODID + ":metalLvl1", 0, 120, 2.0F, 1.2F, 5);

public static void init() { 
		metalLvl1.setRepairItem(new ItemStack(ModItems.copperIngot, 1, 0));	
		swordCopper = new ItemWeapon(metalLvl1, "sword_copper");

This works great for giving me the correct durability and damage for my weapon but the repairing does not work.


Here is the ItemWeapon.class:

public class ItemWeapon extends ItemSword{

	public ItemWeapon(ToolMaterial materialIn, String name) {


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When is init called relative to your item constructors?

If you answer "I don't know" then you're doing everything wrong.

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