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Items won't show in game after recreating a workspace


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I made a repository to make it easy for others to help debug my code:



I decided to change the name of some packages, but soon realized this messed up a lot of things. I ended up redoing the whole "./gradlew setupdecompworkspace" and recreating all of my classes and redoing the .java files, but when I launched the game up again, there were no items. I have made two items so far:

One block named: gfuel_tank

One Item named: gfuel_packet

The items aren't showing up in the creative tab, and also aren't showing up when I use the /give command.

Any help or tips to make my program more efficient would be extremely helpful. I only started java development a few days ago, but I have a small amount of C++ knowledge so I understand most of what is happening. Thanks!

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You never add your registry handler class to the game’s event bus, so your registry handlers are never called.

To fix the problem, annotate your registry handler class with @EventBusSubscriber.


Apart from that, there are some bad practices in your code:

  • Stop using ItemBase and BlockBase (abusing inheritance).
  • Do not use static initializers (likely to cause unpredictable errors).
  • Stop using IHasModel (all items and blocks have models, thus the IHasModel interface is unnecessary).

The detailed reasons are listed here: http://www.minecraftforge.net/forum/topic/61757-common-issues-and-recommendations/

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