kandi X-RAY | fabric-api Summary
kandi X-RAY | fabric-api Summary
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Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Connects to the HL API
- Compresses a list of merkle trees
- Convert a transaction to a HL transaction
- Creates a transaction from byte array
- Encode a byte array with an additional checksum
- Converts a byte array to a human readable base58 string
- Returns information about an input transaction
- Creates TransactionRepresentation from an API transaction
- Return transaction by hash
- Queries a chaincode
- Verifies a given hash using the public key
- Returns the public key at the given offset
- Generates a private key
- Registers the block explorer
- Sign the hash with the specified private key
- Returns the list of block ids for a given block
- Compares this object with the specified object
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Trending Discussions on fabric-api
Hey im playing minecraft with a own created modpack i made on curseforge but im getting the following error/crash when i create a world....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-05 at 12:40
dev.onyxstudios.cca, whatever that might be, and it is using reflection to get at a field named
type of some unspecified class.
It is either trying to get at the field named
type of one of JDK's own classes, in which case the fix is to uninstall whatever JDK you installed and install AdoptOpenJDK11: You're on a too-new version of java and these most recent versions have been breaking apps left and right by disabling aspects of the reflective API.
Or, it is trying to get to a field named
type in one of the classes of the FABRIC project, perhaps, whatever that might be, based on the content of this error message. In which case, the problem is a version incompatibility between these two plugins. Look up the project pages of these 2 plugins and install 2 versions whose release dates are close together. This usually involves downgrading the more recently updated one.
I'm currently exploring modding using Fabric. About a month ago, I made a mod that worked just fine, both when run from the debugger in VSCode and when compiled and run on a real Minecraft installation. I have added a few things since I compiled it, but now the newly compiled version crashes the game upon loading. However, strangely, there is no crash when run from the debugger in VSCode.
Here is ExampleMod.Java:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-03 at 01:14
Someone on the Fabric Discord server was able to help me. It seems like the problem was one of two things (or both):
There may have been a corrupted Minecraft in the gradle cache. I used
./gradlew clean buildto help with that.
I think I was running the dev jar as opposed to the normal jar. The dev jar isn't supposed to actually be run.
I am trying to use ARM templates to deploy my API management service and have everything working except policyContent. Basically it wants the policyContent as "Json escaped Xml Encoded contents of the Policy." This is very hard to maintain and was trying to find a way to take an XML file and inject the contents into this string, or some better way. I would like not to have to write a program to maintain these strings because it feels like something that shouldn't be so complicated.
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Feb-17 at 21:08
Well, the only thing I can think of (because nothing native in arm templates can help you) is read the input from a file and convert it to JSON:
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use fabric-api like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the fabric-api component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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