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[MC 1.16.1] Trouble setting up workspace


winnetrie
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Hi,

I have troubles setting up my workspace in eclipse

I followed the instructions at https://mcforge.readthedocs.io/en/1.14.x/gettingstarted/

but it doesn't work. Did anything changed?

What i did:

-Make a folder on my desktop

-download the mdk.zip from forge

-Put in in the created folder and unpack it

-Start a command in that folder "gradlew genEclipseRuns"

-Open Eclipse

-At this point i'm unsure what to do now

 

 

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I still need help with this. I have no idea how to proceed and googling doesn't provide any help either.

I don't find any proper documentation or tutorial for this. 

I havent touched modding since 1.12.2, so many things changed it seems.

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I would recommend restarting and doing the same thing as in the OP except this time, import the project files first. Then import the gradle tasks in Eclipse. This will give a nice list at the bottom window (Gradle Tasks) which you can use to easily access Gradle functions. And then execute the genEclipseRuns option listed in the bottom window.

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By "import the project files", they mean you should go through "Import Existing Gradle Project" and select the build.gradle / the folder it's in.

That way, it links up to the Gradle Nature and allows you to run the aforementioned commands through Eclipse rather than using the command line.

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33 minutes ago, Curle said:

By "import the project files", they mean you should go through "Import Existing Gradle Project" and select the build.gradle / the folder it's in.

That way, it links up to the Gradle Nature and allows you to run the aforementioned commands through Eclipse rather than using the command line.

Thank you Curle! I think it is working now, and i have all the libraries now. It's totally different then i was used to

 

Edit i can also see all the commands in the gradle tasks tab, nice!

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