runClient failure into being unable to make structures

Published by MrNath on Mon, 06/08/2020 - 08:09
Status
Invalid
Type
Product/platform
MCreator/Windows
Priority
Normal
Issue description

I searched a a bit before making this ticket and i claimed that nothing could actually solve my problem. What happen is that i'm running the Program on Windows 10, what is not that friendly to the JVM and its Garbage Collector. Knowing that, the runClient task doesn't work in the program, as the build fails  because the java.exe returned -1 as exit value. It is really ok, i have no problem with exporting the mod multiple times to test on the minecraft launcher. But with the fact i can't run the test environment on the program, i can't add structures in my mod (since they have to be made inside the test environment, according to the import from minecraft option). Is there anyway to import structures from outside the test client so i can make them without needing the runClient to work? Thanks for the att and patience!

Issue comments

(since they have to be made inside the test environment, according to the import from minecraft option).

You can import them from anywhere, any .nbt structure is supported.

runClient failure

How about you read the tracker rules on how to report crash errors? Something about logs and including them.

I'm sorry about it, but the issue was not specifically that. I needed help to know where i could make the structure if not on the test client. What i actually found on https://mcreator.net/wiki/how-make-structure

 

The second video shows how to import structures from outside the workspace. In case of someone having the same issue futurely.

Thanks for the patience.



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