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[1.12.2] BlockStem CropGrowEvent.Post


Yamahari

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Hi, I have this event handler 

    @SubscribeEvent
    public static void onCropGrowPost(final BlockEvent.CropGrowEvent.Post event) {
        World world = event.getWorld();
        IBlockState blockState = event.getState();
        Block block = blockState.getBlock();
        BlockPos pos = event.getPos();

        if(block instanceof BlockCrops) {
            int age = blockState.getValue(((BlockCrops) block).AGE);
            int maxAge = ((BlockCrops) block).getMaxAge();
            if (age == maxAge) {
                IBlockState soil = world.getBlockState(pos.down());
                Block soilBlock = soil.getBlock();
                if (soilBlock == BlockList.dry_farmland) {
                    if(!world.isRemote)
                        world.setBlockState(pos.down(), soil.withProperty(((BlockDryFarmland) soilBlock).getNutrition(), Boolean.valueOf(false)),1 | 2);
                }
            } else if (block != BlockList.weeds) {
                if (world.rand.nextInt(10) == 0) {
                    if(!world.isRemote)
                        world.setBlockState(pos, BlockList.weeds.getDefaultState().withProperty(((BlockCrops) block).AGE, (int)Math.floor(((float)age / (float)maxAge) * 7.f)), 1 | 2);
                }
            }
        } else if (block instanceof BlockStem) {
            if (blockState.getValue(((BlockStem) block).AGE) == 7) {
                IBlockState soil = world.getBlockState(pos.down());
                Block soilBlock = soil.getBlock();
                if (soilBlock == BlockList.dry_farmland) {
                    if(!world.isRemote)
                        world.setBlockState(pos.down(), soil.withProperty(((BlockDryFarmland) soilBlock).getNutrition(), Boolean.valueOf(false)), 1 | 2);
                }
            }
        }
        event.setResult(Event.Result.DEFAULT);
    }

But for some reason stems only reset the nutrition of my custom farmland block when they grow to age 7, not when they grow a fruit. Does anyone know why?

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Hm, just as I say that I think I got it. The event is not called with the position of the stem but the position of the melon/pumpkin. Why? Now that's gonna be annoying to fix. Is this intentional? Because the same code works as intented on 1.13.2

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9 hours ago, Yamahari said:

Hm, just as I say that I think I got it. The event is not called with the position of the stem but the position of the melon/pumpkin. Why? Now that's gonna be annoying to fix. Is this intentional? Because the same code works as intented on 1.13.2

Yes. Because the pumpkin is the operant blockpos being modified by the growth event.

If you feel that this is wrong, create an issue on Forge's git repo

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