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ForgeGradle skipping most tasks in setupDecompWorkspace


mooncat39

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So I have a problem. I am trying to set up a forge development environment and it's skipping almost everything in setupDecompWorkspace. This is the output when I run that:
 

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         ForgeGradle 2.3-SNAPSHOT-ee3e3df        
  https://github.com/MinecraftForge/ForgeGradle  
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                 Powered by MCP                  
             http://modcoderpack.com             
     by: Searge, ProfMobius, R4wk, ZeuX          
     Fesh0r, IngisKahn, bspkrs, LexManos         
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:deobfCompileDummyTask
:deobfProvidedDummyTask
:getVersionJson
:extractUserdev
:extractDependencyATs SKIPPED
:extractMcpData SKIPPED
:extractMcpMappings SKIPPED
:genSrgs SKIPPED
:downloadClient SKIPPED
:downloadServer SKIPPED
:splitServerJar SKIPPED
:mergeJars SKIPPED
:deobfMcSRG SKIPPED
:decompileMc SKIPPED
:fixMcSources SKIPPED
:applySourcePatches SKIPPED
:remapMcSources SKIPPED
:recompileMc SKIPPED
:extractNatives SKIPPED
:getAssetIndex UP-TO-DATE
:getAssets
Current status: 1178/1305   90%
:makeStart SKIPPED
:setupDecompWorkspace

BUILD SUCCESSFUL

Total time: 15.129 secs

 

As you can see, it says "SKIPPED" for most of the tasks. After looking through the folders, I have also found that there are also no minecraft sources (which is not that surprising since it said it skipped that step).

One way I have tried to fix this was to do `gradlew clean`, remove the .gradle folder, and then try `gradlew setupDecompWorkspace` again. This doesn't seem to change anything though.
Another way that I tried was to run `gradlew eclipse` afterwards and then import it into eclipse, but it's still the same -- there's no sources anywhere in the project.

Any ideas on how to fix this?

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Just now, diesieben07 said:

The Forge sources are not generated in your project, they are generated into the gradle cache (.gradle in your user home). If they are already present there is no need to generate them again, so the step is skipped. This is not an error.

Thanks. I didn't know there was a .gradle folder in the home directory; I thought the only important .gradle folder was in the forge root.

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