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    posted a message on Forge 1.8 decompile error

    I know I am 1 year late. I have the exact same problem with the exact same forge version. I couldn't fix it. So I just moved to mod 1.7.10 instead. I have the fernflower-fixed.jar thingy in my pc, but whenever decompileMC runs, it deletes the fernflower-fixed.jar. I can give you the fernflower-fixed.jar file. Click this link https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ImTUslR4-C4jtHqtGZGPx-2leRBMiYYW/view?usp=sharing (or paste it). And download the thingy. Then paste it in C:\Users\{username}\.gradle\caches\minecraft and run the cmd and commands again. Also, it is better to update your gradle wrapper also. Go to your folder where you install forge 1.8 open gradle folder >> wrapper >> gradlewrapper.properties and change the distribution url's verison from 2.7-bin to 4.0-all. distributionUrl=https\://services.gradle.org/distributions/gradle-4.0-all.zip. But before everything delete your old .gradle and .cache folders from users folder. If none works then go mod 1.7.10 or some other version that works for you

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    posted a message on WTH IS IT THAT I AM DOING WRONG?!??!?

    I tried to run gradlew setupDecompWorkspace eclipse for forge 1.8 to create my own mod for the first time of course. And I get this hells message:

    D:\New folder\MCForge.1.8-main>gradlew setupDecompWorkspace eclipse
    Etag download for http://files.minecraftforge.net/maven/net/minecraftforge/forge/json failed with code 301
    Error occurred parsing version!

    ............(not showing the rest of the useless stuff to save space)


    :getFernFlower UP-TO-DATE
    :decompileMc FAILED

    FAILURE: Build failed with an exception.

    * What went wrong:
    A problem was found with the configuration of task ':decompileMc'.
    > File 'C:\Users\username\.gradle\caches\minecraft\fernflower-fixed.jar' specified for property 'fernflower' does not exist.

    * Try:
    Run with --stacktrace option to get the stack trace. Run with --info or --debug option to get more log output.


    Total time: 11.448 secs

    Then I tried to do the same thing with forge 1.7.10 >> went to gradle >> wrappers >> gradle-wrappers.properties changed the last line to distributionUrl=https\://services.gradle.org/distributions/gradle-4.0-all.zip and ran the command and it worked flawlessly.

    Then I checked in my users folder >> username >> .gradle >> caches >> minecraft and there was a fernflower-fixed.jar created. I felt real happy about it because i couldn't find that .jar file for download in the internet. Then I immediately tried to run gradlew setupDecompWorkspace eclipse in my forge 1.8 and copy pasted the fernflower-fixed.jar somewhere else just in case something happens. And of course it did. When the decompileMC started running I check my .gradle\caches\minecraft folder and I saw the fernflower-fixed.jar being deleted right in front of my two big eyes. And then the above log came. I couldn't believe it, the command deleted the fernflower-fixed.jar and is blaming ME. I searched the whole internet but still couldn't find anything. So... since this is a forum made specifically for minecraft, TELL ME WTH IS GOING ON?!??!?

    I have tried deleting the .gradle file from my user account, tried extracting a new forge 1.8 and doing everything again, tried changing the wrapper property to 4.0-all, I even tried setupDevWorkspace but then the java complains about missing all the packages of minecraft. It couldn't even figure out what an @Mod annotation was in example mod class. I even tried changing from java 1.8.0_311 to java 1.8.0_191. duh plzz there's got to be someone out there who can help meeeeeee.

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