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RenderWorldEvent in new versions


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In version 1.7.10 exists RenderWorldEvent: https://github.com/MinecraftForge/MinecraftForge/blob/1.7.10/src/main/java/net/minecraftforge/client/event/RenderWorldEvent.java

Event handling of this can be used for bake some world chunks render

Any ways for analogue in new versions?

 

Something about my task:

I have RenderWorldLastEvent handler with some world rendering which do not change until next chunk rebuild(like until blocks change). And I think that may be good idea that bake it render in chunk like block render

 

Thx for answers in advance)

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7 hours ago, hohserg said:

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There doesn't seem to be an appropriate event for what you are wanting to do on 1.15.2. I'm not sure what you want to do, but there is RenderWorldLastEvent in 1.14.4

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1 minute ago, hohserg said:

Yes, but it are not provide way to bake custom render to chunk

There is no way for me to know what you want to do if you don't explain it. Please explain what exactly you want to do.

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Ok, step by step. Abstractly, ok?

I have some render code in RenderWorldLastEvent handler.

It render dependent on some my state(mutable variable, as example).

It state can change only with changing blocks in chunk.

So render can change only with changing blocks in chunk too.

 

Therefore I want to bake it render in chunk like baked blocks models.

In version 1.7.10 it may be implement by using RenderWorldEvent, because it event fire before and after chunks render and baked with him

 

Plz, tell me moment with which it is not clear

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24 minutes ago, hohserg said:

Therefore I want to bake it render in chunk like baked blocks models.

This part is where I lose you. You want to bake your rendering data into the chunks rendering data?

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4 minutes ago, hohserg said:

Yes, I want it!

There is no event for that. You will need to bake your data somewhere else.

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2 minutes ago, hohserg said:

What are some ways to add custom vertex data into chunks rendering data?

You could look at ChunkRenderDispatcher, RegionRenderCacheBuilder, and WorldRenderer to figure out where and how.

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