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Can't test examplemod at newest 1.16.4 mdk version


Xydru

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Whenever I execute runClient to test the example mod, it cant load further than to the point where I get the info, that the example mod has the version 1.16.3 and can't be used in Minecraft Forge 1.16.4.

That does not even make sense. I haven't changed anything. This were my steps:

 

  1. Downloading MDK
  2. Unzipping it
  3. gradlew genEclipseRuns in cmd
  4. gradlew eclipse in cmd
  5. gradlew build in cmd
  6. import project in eclipse
  7. execute runClient

 

This is the crash report I got:

https://hastebin.com/makosiwifu.yaml

 

I would be very glad if someone could figure out, why it doesn't work.

I do not want to change to older forge versions of 1.16.4.

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