The IWorld object contains information on a Dimension within the game.


It might be required to import the class to avoid errors.
import crafttweaker.world.IWorld

继承自 IBlockProperties

IBlockState extends IBlockAccess. That means that all methods that are available to IBlockAccess objects are also available to IBlockState objects.

Creating an IWorld object

Normally, you can derive this object from entities or other functions. If you need to create it yourself though, this is the way to go:
Note that this method should only be called inside functions that are meant to be run inside minecraft, not during the loading circle.

crafttweaker.world.IWorld.getFromID(int id);

ZenMethods without parameters and ZenGetters

ZenMethod ZenGetter Return type Description
isRemote() remote boolean True if the world is a “slave” client; changes will not be saved or propagated from this world. For example, server worlds have this set to false, client worlds have this set to true.
isRaining() raining boolean Returns true if it is currently raining.
isThundering() thundering boolean Returns true if it is currently thundering.
getMoonPhase() moonPhase int Returns the current moon phase.
isDayTime() dayTime boolean Checks if it is daytime.
getWorldTime() time long Returns the world’s time.
getDimension() dimension int Returns the world’s dimension.
isSurfaceWorld() surfaceWorld boolean Returns whether you are in a surface world or not.
getDimensionType() dimensionType String Returns the dimension’s type name.
getWorldType() worldType String Returns the world’s type name.
getWorldInfo() worldInfo IWorldInfo Returns the world’s information. Can be used to retrieve even more info on the world.
getProvider() provider IWorldProvider Returns the world’s provider. Can be used to retrieve even more info on the world.

ZenMethods with parameters

Get Biome at specific Position

Use either an IPosition3f or an IBlockPos object.
Returns an IBiome Object.

worldObj.getBiome(IPosition3f position);
worldObj.getBiome(IBlockPos position);

Get Brightness at specific Position

Use either three ints or an IBlockPos object. Returns an int.

worldObj.getBrightness(int x, int y, int z);
worldObj.getBrightness(IBlockPos position);

Get Block at specific Position

Use either three ints or an IBlockPos object. Returns an IBlock Object.

worldObj.getBlock(int x, int y, int z);
worldObj.getBlock(IBlockPos position);

Get or Set a blockState at a specific Position

Use an IBlockPos Object and for the setter also an IBlockState Object. Optionally an IData object can be specified to define NBT data for the blockstate’s TileEntity when it is set. Getter Returns an IBlockState, setter a bool.

worldObj.getBlockState(IBlockPos pos);
worldObj.setBlockState(IBlockState state, IBlockPos pos);
worldObj.setBlockState(IBlockState state, IData tileEntityData, IBlockPos pos);

Spawn entity

Use an IEntity object.
Returns a bool that states if the spawn was successful.

worldObj.spawnEntity(IEntity entity);

Get a raytrace result

Use two IVector3d objects, and three booleans to get an IRayTraceResult.
Can be null

The first vector describes the starting point, the 2nd vector the direction and length we are searching in.
Only the last parameter is true by default.

worldObj.rayTraceBlocks(IVector3d begin, IVector3d ray, @Optional boolean stopOnLiquid, @Optional boolean ignoreBlockWithoutBoundingBox, @Optional(true) boolean returnLastUncollidableBlock)