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Hi, im making a mod and for some modules in really need to edit some vanilla classes and i have some questions, 

first, suppose that class A implements IFMLLoadingPlugin and class B implements IClassTransformer, does class A loads class B?

And do i have to call class A from Main class in for example preinit event?

What i did create a normal mod and then add those classes to use asm and call class A in preinit event but the asm part isnt working, it doesnt show in log when i run the server so what im doing wrong?

Please help im new to modding




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1 minute ago, enderMague said:

some modules in really need to edit some vanilla classes

Can you give examples of things that would need this? There are so many things that you can do before the core modding. There are:


1) Many fields that are fully public already. You can directly replace those with your own versions without core mode. For example, you want your own TextureManager, simply replace it. Want your own RenderGlobal, just replace it. You want EntityZombie to have different AI just replace it. And so forth. (Of course if multiple mods try to do the same replacement there would be an incompatibility, but coremodding already presents that concern.)


2) You can use Java reflection to do the same type of replacements for any of the private fields. For example, if you want your own version of the LanguageManager use reflection to replace it.


3) Forge provides tons of events that allow you to intercept most common vanilla processing and replace it with your own.


So let us know what you're trying to do and see if you really, really need a core mod.

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ok i want to edit a method in nethandlerloginserver to allow nopremium players join a online mode true server but with some disadvantages encouraging them to buy premium, server must have online mode on so premium players can join normally, i can try to subscrive to playerjoinevent and replicate the vanilla auth in my mod and change online mode to false but i think that it could make it incompatible with other mods or sponge plugins and any change i could do at that point could conflict with other mods that check the gameprofile of players, instead if i edit the method it wont conflict with anything since is one of the first methods that get executed when a player connects.


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Minecraft 1.14.4 and newer:

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Windows hides file extensions by default so the installer may appear without the .jar extension then when the .log is added the log will appear with the .jar extension


Where to get it:

Mojang Launcher: When using the Mojang launcher debug.log is found in .minecraft\logs.


Curse/Overwolf: If you are using the Curse Launcher, their configurations break Forge's log settings, fortunately there is an easier workaround than I originally thought, this works even with Curse's installation of the Minecraft launcher as long as it is not launched THROUGH Twitch:

  1. Make sure you have the correct version of Forge installed (some packs are heavily dependent on one specific build of Forge)
  2. Make a launcher profile targeting this version of Forge.
  3. Set the launcher profile's GameDir property to the pack's instance folder (not the instances folder, the folder that has the pack's name on it).
  4. Now launch the pack through that profile and follow the "Mojang Launcher" instructions above.






or alternately, 


Fallback ("No logs are generated"):

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If your server does not start or a command window appears and immediately goes away, run the jar manually and provide the output.


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Posting your mod as a GitHub Repo:


When you have an issue with your mod the most helpful thing you can do when asking for help is to provide your code to those helping you. The most convenient way to do this is via GitHub or another source control hub.

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  1. Open a command prompt (CMD, Powershell, Terminal, etc).
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  3. Run the following commands:
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    2. git remote add origin [Your Repository's URL]
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    3. git fetch
    4. git checkout --track origin/master
    5. git stage *
    6. git commit -m "[Your commit message]"
    7. git push
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    • note that it is intentional that some are not synced with GitHub and this is done with the (hidden) .gitignore file that Forge’s MDK has provided (hence the strictness on which folder git init is run from)
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