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Hello,

So I have a question. I am currently making a mod that is sort of like a mod pack. It consist of multiple mods. I need to be able to add a recipe in one mod, and use items from the other mod. That will obviously give you errors, so I made a check to see if the mod existed. However the compiler still gave me errors when i compiled the mod by itself, which makes sense. Here is the BridgeRecipes class:

 

 

 

package sobiohazardous.minestrappolation.extradecor.bridge;
import net.minecraft.block.Block;
import net.minecraft.item.ItemStack;
import sobiohazardous.minestrappolation.extradecor.ExtraDecor;
import cpw.mods.fml.common.Loader;
import cpw.mods.fml.common.registry.GameRegistry;
/**
* This class loads recipes that use other mods from minestrappolation
* @author SoBiohazardous
*
*/
public class BridgeRecipes
{
private static boolean hasExtraOres = Loader.isModLoaded("ExtraOres");

public static void loadBridgeRecipes()
{
if(hasExtraOres)
{
GameRegistry.addRecipe(new ItemStack(ExtraDecor.stoneLamp, 8, 1), new Object[]
     {
"SSS", "SGS", "SSS", Character.valueOf('S'), ExtraDecor.stoneBlockRefined, Character.valueOf('G'), sobiohazardous.minestrappolation.extraores.ExtraOres.Sunstone
     });
}
}

}

 

 

 

I am assuming I need some sort of way checking the block without actually calling the mod class. Not sure how to do that though.

 

Any help and ideas would be appreciated.

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You're probably going to have to make a dummy API (or several, actually) to act as placeholders for the classes from those other mods that don't exist.

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You're probably going to have to make a dummy API (or several, actually) to act as placeholders for the classes from those other mods that don't exist.

 

Actually, I have been experimenting with Reflection API.

 

I tried using this to get my Block field in the other class.

Class eoReflect = Class.forName("sobiohazardous.minestrappolation.extraores.ExtraOres");
	Field sunstone = eoReflect.getField("Sunstone");

 

However the recipe method won't accept the sunstone variable because it is a Field. sunstone.set(object, object) doesn't work because it is a static method.

 

I can always resort to trying and making the API's, however I think(and hope) it is not necessary.

Any ideas?

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I have no idea how reflection works.

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You're probably going to have to make a dummy API (or several, actually) to act as placeholders for the classes from those other mods that don't exist.

Why not just compile it with the mods installed and then pull out only the modpack classfiles? Just a thought...

 

Thanks, didn't think of that, I'll probably try it. Here is the coding explanation though.

http://www.minecraftforum.net/topic/1864223-adding-recipes-between-mods/#entry23059219

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You're probably going to have to make a dummy API (or several, actually) to act as placeholders for the classes from those other mods that don't exist.

 

Actually, I have been experimenting with Reflection API.

 

I tried using this to get my Block field in the other class.

Class eoReflect = Class.forName("sobiohazardous.minestrappolation.extraores.ExtraOres");
	Field sunstone = eoReflect.getField("Sunstone");

 

However the recipe method won't accept the sunstone variable because it is a Field. sunstone.set(object, object) doesn't work because it is a static method.

 

I can always resort to trying and making the API's, however I think(and hope) it is not necessary.

Any ideas?

Field.set() is not a static method. If the field is static, just pass null in as the first argument.

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