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New developer's question.

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I'm trying to add a item .

When I test it ,it report :

cpw.mods.fml.common.LoaderException: java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: com.bioxx.tfc.Items.ItemTerra.func_77637_a(Lnet/minecraft/creativetab/CreativeTabs;)Lnet/minecraft/item/Item;

This is my code.


public class TFCItemBook extends ItemTerra{
    public TFCItemBook(){
    public void registerIcons(IIconRegister registerer) {
        itemIcon = registerer.registerIcon(Main.MODID + ":book");

I want to know what happened. Who can help me ?

If you found the time is in the night, that's because I just is a China student.


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Not sure if you still care but because I ran into the same issue and who knows it might help someone else out. The solution is to use gradlew (which is provided with the github projects) since you're on Windows (I don't think this applies on Linux or Mac but don't quote me on this).

So in simple terms:

  • git clone <project>
  • cd <projectname>
  • gradlew setupDecompWorkspace
  • (depending on your IDE)
    • gradlew eclipse
    • gradlew genIntellijRuns
  • then open with your favorite IDE
  • if you already opened it with an IDE you might need to refresh cashes (in IntelliJ: File > Invalidate Caches / Restart)

Once your code is ready for compilation you just gotta run gradlew build (and if you have problem run gradlew clean and then try again).


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