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tutorial:applychanges [2019/07/26 13:33]
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tutorial:applychanges [2020/02/22 15:47] (current)
jamieswhiteshirt [Reload recipes and loot tables] More than recipes and loot tables!
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 ==== Reload changed classes ==== ==== Reload changed classes ====
 In Eclipse or Intellij IDEA, run Minecraft in debug mode. To apply changes in code, In Eclipse or Intellij IDEA, run Minecraft in debug mode. To apply changes in code,
-do ''​run -> reload changes classes''​ in Intellij or save in Eclipse.+do ''​Run -> Reload Changed Classes''​ in Intellij ​IDEA or save in Eclipse.
 Note: this only allows you to change method bodies. If you do any other kind of change, You will have to restart. Note: this only allows you to change method bodies. If you do any other kind of change, You will have to restart.
 However, if you use [[http://​dcevm.github.io/​|DCEVM]],​ you will be able to do most changes, including adding and removing methods and classes. ​ However, if you use [[http://​dcevm.github.io/​|DCEVM]],​ you will be able to do most changes, including adding and removing methods and classes. ​
-==== Reload ​textures ​==== +==== Reload ​assets ​==== 
-After you make a change in a texture (''​.png''​) asset, you can reload changed classes and press ''​F3 + T'' ​ to apply the change ​without restarting Minecraft.  +After you make changes to assets such as textures and block/item models, you can reload changed classes and press ''​F3 + T''​ to apply changes ​without restarting Minecraft. More specifically,​ this is how to reload anything the mod provides as a resource pack
-==== Reload ​recipes and loot tables ​==== +==== Reload ​data ==== 
-You can apply any change you made in the ''​data/''​ directory ​(including ​recipes ​and loot tablesby reloading changed classes and then using the Minecraft ​command ''/​reload''​.+You can apply any changes ​made in the ''​data/''​ directory ​such as recipesloot tables ​and tags by reloading changed classes and then using the in-game ​command ''/​reload''​. More specifically,​ this reloads anything the mod provides as a data pack.
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