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Is it possible to choose order of @Config fields?


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I'm making a config file with @Config (and to use with the in game editor, which is where I'm looking at it)

It seems to sort the fields alphabetically by @Name. Is there a way to set the order or group them? Is there any way to add headings?

 

Also if you know of an example showing how to use the info set in the config file, that would be helpful.

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If you really want to set the order, take advantage of the alphabetical ordering of @Name. Like this:

		@Config.Name("Biomes: Enable Biomes")
		public boolean enableBiomes = true;
		
		@Config.Name("Plants: Enable Overworld Plants")
		public boolean enableOverworldPlants = true;
		
		@Config.Name("Plants: Enable Nether Plants")
		public boolean enableNetherPlants = true;
		
		@Config.Name("Mobs: Enable Passive Mobs")
		public boolean enablePassiveMobs = true;
		
		@Config.Name("Mobs: Enable Neutral Mobs")
		public boolean enableNeutralMobs = true;
		
		@Config.Name("Mobs: Enable Aggressive Mobs")
		public boolean enableAggressiveMobs = true;

This will group them by plants, mobs, etc.

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While the @Config system is quite convenient, I still prefer the previous system. It works fine. I've recently been playing around with making even more complex config editing GUIs, like for example I have a mod where you can change the color of enchantment glints and so I have it so you can enter the number in hex and it will display a preview even though the actual value being stored is an int type. Basically I like having the full control. I suppose it is possible to get to same level with @Config but since I already have it all working why fix what ain't broke?

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Not sure if this is possible, but I want to dynamically add options to my config based on loot tables added by any mods.

 

I thought maybe I could create an arraylist and then convert it to an enum? Doesn't seem to work though. Any advice?

 

ArrayList<String> modLootTables = new ArrayList<String>();

//loot tables
@SubscribeEvent
public static void lootLoadConfig(LootTableLoadEvent evt) {
    String name = evt.getName().toString();
    System.out.println("loot table in config!!!!" + name);

    entries.add(name);
    public static float damageScale = 1;
}

@Name("Loot Tables")
public static Enumeration<String> e = Collections.enumeration(modLootTables);
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enum != Enumeration

https://stackoverflow.com/a/19445327/1663383

 

Don't know about what you're trying to do, though.

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