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What do the Placement entries do?


HighFox

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I've been experimenting with making custom biomes lately. I've made custom structures, trees and others. However whenever i need to add a feature to a biome, i need to specify a Placement setting and a config. I have no idea what these are for and what each one does, even after trying to look through them and the calling classes. I think it would be beneficial to know what they do, and which one to use when.

Thanks!

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32 minutes ago, HighFox said:

what they do

Look at the Placement class implementation for each of them. For example Placement.COUNT_HEIGHTMAP has the AtSurface class implementation. That name tells me that it gives placements at the surface.

33 minutes ago, HighFox said:

which one to use when.

This depends on where you want to place things and how you want to place them. A good idea is to look at the vanilla code to see which one it uses when applicable. When not applicable you'll have to deduce which one to use.

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