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AI Error


ZombieEnderman5
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I have an error with in-class entity AI. How this works is that I have a static AI class inside of my entity class, however when I try to add the AI to my entity, Eclipse throws an error, asking me to create a method.


@Override
protected void initEntityAI()
{
    this.tasks.addTask(0, new EntityAISwimming(this));
    this.tasks.addTask(2, new EntityAIAttackMelee(this, 1.0D, false));
    this.tasks.addTask(7, new EntityAIWanderAvoidWater(this, 1.0D, 0.0F));
    this.tasks.addTask(8, new EntityAIWatchClosest(this, EntityPlayer.class, 8.0F));
    this.tasks.addTask(8, new EntityAILookIdle(this));
    this.tasks.addTask(10, new EntityInfestedEnderman.AIPlaceBlock(this));
    this.tasks.addTask(11, new EntityInfestedEnderman.AITakeBlock(this));
    this.targetTasks.addTask(1, new EntityInfestedEnderman.AIFindPlayer(this));
    this.targetTasks.addTask(4, EntityInfestedEnderman.AIInfestEndermanAttack(this));
    this.targetTasks.addTask(2, new EntityAIHurtByTarget(this, false, new Class[0]));
}

The error is being thrown on line 12 of the above code sample. My AI class, copied and modified from the vindicator's Johnny attack AI: 

    static class AIInfestEndermanAttack extends EntityAINearestAttackableTarget<EntityLivingBase>
    {
        public AIInfestEndermanAttack(EntityInfestedEnderman shade)
        {
            super(shade, EntityLivingBase.class, 0, true, true, EntityInfestedEnderman.INFEST_ENDERMAN_SELECTOR);
        }

        /**
         * Returns whether the EntityAIBase should begin execution.
         */
        @Override
        public boolean shouldExecute()
        {
            return GhostlyConfig.MOBS.infestedEndermenInfestOtherEndermen && super.shouldExecute();
        }
    }

The predicate used is below. 

    private static final Predicate<Entity> INFEST_ENDERMAN_SELECTOR = new Predicate<Entity>()
    {
        public boolean apply(@Nullable Entity p_apply_1_)
        {
            return p_apply_1_ instanceof EntityInfestedEnderman && !(p_apply_1_ instanceof EntityInfestedEnderman) && ((EntityLivingBase)p_apply_1_).attackable();
        }
    };

My entity extends EntityEnderman.

Edited by ZombieEnderman5
Addition of entity extension, correction of small instanceof code error, and correction of indentation for code sample #1.
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this.targetTasks.addTask(4, new EntityInfestedEnderman.AIInfestEndermanAttack(this));

 

Just because it's a static class doesn't mean you don't call new.

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