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[1.15.2] Custom recipe type creation


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Implement IRecipe (or subclass an existing implementation) and register a serializer with the Forge registry system.

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4 hours ago, MilkyCousin said:

Hello. What should I implement in order to create a new recipe type?


//  ------------- Custom recipes
// you can even register your own custom IRecipe class to match complicated inputs - see for example RecipeFireworks
//  There are a few useful vanilla recipes and Serializers you can base your Recipe on
//  eg AbstractCookingRecipe, SpecialRecipe and SpecialRecipeSerializer
// or go the whole hog and write your own.  Lots of vanilla inspiration to keep you on the right track.
//  All you need to do is register your serializer (assuming you know how to use @SubscribeEvent)
//  @SubscribeEvent
//  public void registerRecipeSerializers(RegistryEvent.Register<IRecipeSerializer<?>> event) {
//    event.getRegistry().register(yourRecipeSerializer);
//  }




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