For development, what do I need to use DragonAPI and GeoStrata as dependencies for my mod?
I've added the latest v31 jars as a local dependency (implementation name: "DragonAPI+1.7.10+V31a", and such) in my dependencies, and it's finding it correctly; however, when I run the client, and DragonAPI starts doing its ASM modifications, it encounters a "VerifyError: Expecting a stackmap frame"
I'm using Forge 10.13.4.1614, and my jdk is "Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM, version 1.8.0_301"
Notably, I only encounter the issue when DragonAPI is in the run/mods folder. If it's not, the client is able to create the Minecraft window, and instead crashes due to a missing dependency.
Here you say we need the access transformers for DragonAPI, but I'm not sure if that would fix this issue...
Edit: Also, fyi, the discord link on your new site doesn't seem to work. It seems to be a link to a specific channel, but Discord just says I can't access it.
Your error is an ASM conflict with vanilla, so I would double-check your versions of everything, as well as making sure you have no other mods ASMing vanilla.
I'm sorry for the very stupid and obvious question but despite my best efforts, I cannot find any information on this subject.
I am having a blast with chromaticraft and I am astonished how it has managed to slip by me. The visual effects are great and the sound design is top-notch! The pinnacle of this sound design would be the crystal orchestra which after much trial and error I managed to get to work!....At least, I managed to get the demo to work.
You see, I discovered the terrible knowledge that you can import small MIDI files so I set out to make a clock tower that plays a nice tune using the orchestra every now and then. Despite nearly an hour of trying I cannot get the orchestra to see the file. The file is currently listed as "musicbox.mid" and is located in "C:\music\musicbox.mid" I tried to put the midi and link the orchestra to C:\Users\accountname\curseforge\minecraft\Instances\modpackname\mods\Reika\ChromatiCraft\Music\musicbox.mid
Neither location work despite my best efforts, all it gives me is a dull blert sound
(Please note that when inputting the address into the orchestra I do indeed use the forward-slash rather than the back-slash)
I understand that this is likely a question you have so answer constantly so I feel sorry for taking your time over something so small but as the discord like is currently broken on your web-page (It just causes me to infinitely load) and there is no official subreddit I resort to asking here.
Thank you very much for your time!
I am working under the assumption that this is the button you need to push to get the orchestra to check the file destination:(see the first Image)
Image 2 is what the long way of doing it looks like
Image 3 is the short way of trying to get to a duplicate Midi located directly in the C: drive
If the MIDI fails to load for any reason, you will get an error sound - check your console for more information. It might be too large - unlikely for a simple "clock tower" track - or it might be encoded in an unreadable manner. Or something else entirely (eg file permissions) might be the problem.