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[Nvm, I'm dumb] How does Forge get the shutdown hooks to work even when hitting 'stop' in my IDE?


imacatlolol
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This is probably a stupid and basic question, but I haven't been able to find an answer on my own.

In my own non-forge projects my shutdown hooks (via Runtime#addShutdownHook) are skipped when hitting the stop button in my IDE (IntelliJ IDEA). I have to hit the exit button instead, which is comparatively out of the way.

But, when working with Forge, the shutdown hooks (particularly for the dedicated server) will still run when hitting the stop button. I'm not sure if it's Forge's doing or vanilla, but I'm assuming it's Forge.

What kind of configuration or thread-based magic is at work here?

 

I'm stupid, it's dependent on running it in debug mode vs normally... I should test things before posting, sorry.

Edited by imacatlolol

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