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[Solved] [1.15.2] Events are not fired


uiytt
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Hi, I really don't understand why my even is never fired...

package fr.uiytt.test;
import net.minecraftforge.event.DifficultyChangeEvent;
import net.minecraftforge.eventbus.api.SubscribeEvent;

public class Events {

	
	@SubscribeEvent
	public void test(final DifficultyChangeEvent event) {
		System.out.println("test1 " + event.getDifficulty().getTranslationKey());
	}
	
	
}

 

I have declared it in my mod main class with :

MinecraftForge.EVENT_BUS.register(new Events());

Thanks for your help

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9 minutes ago, MyRedAlien43 said:

I'm pretty sure you need to register the class itself, not an instance of it....
Correct me if I'm wrong

You can do either.

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You can register either the class or an instance, but it affects which methods get checked for events!

 

If you register the class: static methods are checked for events

If you register an instance of the class, non-static methods are checked for events.

 

In this case I think you've registered it correctly.

I suggest you troubleshoot it by putting a breakpoint in the forge code, at the point that it posts the DifficultyChangeEvent.

That will tell you if your registration has failed.

(Search project and library for usages of DifficultyChangeEvent)

 

-TGG

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10 hours ago, TheGreyGhost said:

You can register either the class or an instance, but it affects which methods get checked for events!

 

If you register the class: static methods are checked for events

If you register an instance of the class, non-static methods are checked for events.

 

In this case I think you've registered it correctly.

I suggest you troubleshoot it by putting a breakpoint in the forge code, at the point that it posts the DifficultyChangeEvent.

That will tell you if your registration has failed.

(Search project and library for usages of DifficultyChangeEvent)

 

-TGG

AH

it seems that the problem only comes from DifficultyChangeEvent.
I don't care about this event, I only used it as a test, it works fine with another event...

So yeah my events work :D

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