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[1.14.3] Help with custom dimensions


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Hi everyone,


I have been trying to find a stating guide on custom dimensions, and the only I've found applies to 1.12 but it seems useless in 1.14 because many classes (eg. WorldProvider) and methods do not exist or have changed signatures.


Any tips on how to get started building a custom dimension?


Thank you!

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I'm looking at the same thing. I haven't made it very far, but these classes from the list of registries seems to give some clues as to what interfaces need to be implemented to get a custom dimension:


// Worldgen
public static final IForgeRegistry<WorldCarver<?>> WORLD_CARVERS = RegistryManager.ACTIVE.getRegistry(WorldCarver.class);
public static final IForgeRegistry<SurfaceBuilder<?>> SURFACE_BUILDERS = RegistryManager.ACTIVE.getRegistry(SurfaceBuilder.class);
public static final IForgeRegistry<Feature<?>> FEATURES = RegistryManager.ACTIVE.getRegistry(Feature.class);
public static final IForgeRegistry<Placement<?>> DECORATORS = RegistryManager.ACTIVE.getRegistry(Placement.class);
public static final IForgeRegistry<BiomeProviderType<?, ?>> BIOME_PROVIDER_TYPES = RegistryManager.ACTIVE.getRegistry(BiomeProviderType.class);
public static final IForgeRegistry<ChunkGeneratorType<?, ?>> CHUNK_GENERATOR_TYPES = RegistryManager.ACTIVE.getRegistry(ChunkGeneratorType.class);
public static final IForgeRegistry<ChunkStatus> CHUNK_STATUS = RegistryManager.ACTIVE.getRegistry(ChunkStatus.class);

// Custom forge registries
public static final IForgeRegistry<ModDimension> MOD_DIMENSIONS = RegistryManager.ACTIVE.getRegistry(ModDimension.class);
public static final IForgeRegistry<DataSerializerEntry> DATA_SERIALIZERS = RegistryManager.ACTIVE.getRegistry(DataSerializerEntry.class);
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