Solved WorldEdit false regen

Discussion in 'Bukkit Help' started by Datenkralle, Apr 12, 2012.

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    Datenkralle

    Hi
    Everytime i use the regen(regeneration) command in WorldEdit, my world didn't regen correctly.
    It loads terrain that not consort with the existing structure. I try it in terrain which i havn't edit before, but it loads false terrain.

    How can i repaired it and get the correctly regen, or it is a bug in WorldEdit?
     
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    JWhy

    Is the seed set correctly?
     
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    Killburner

    Every few upgrades to Minecraft, the world generator is updated. When you regenerate blocks they are based on a newer generation, you will get these results. Unfortunately there aren't many options. You can either smooth the terrain manually, or move to a newly generated world.
     
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    Datenkralle

    Hm, so i must use a older world generator to regen correctly? Or is there a other way?

    I don't know. I didn't write down the seed.
     
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    andrewpo

    This is an issue with your seed and changes to the world generation engine, not something that we can assist you with.

    Sorry.
     
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    Datenkralle

    Ok thanks.
     
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    Killburner

    Is this a one-time regen? How large is the area? In theory you can revert back to an older CraftBukkit version and downgrade WorldEdit at the same time. I wouldn't going through all of this unless it was very important.
     
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    andrewpo

    Or you could load the world into mcedit and use the chunk control tool to regenerate the chunks you want using an old minecraft server version.
     
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    Datenkralle

    Ok so i must choose a older chunkgenerator in mcedit or i must use a plugin where i can choose different chunkgenerators for regen.(If these plugin exists) Ok thanks. I think the problem is "solved". If someone make such plugin or these feature for worldedit... i think it will also for other people a good thing.

    Thank you all.
     
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    darkracer125

    is there a way to regen load of chunks with a sertain seed .. so i can get rid of the giant oceans on my map
    instead of manually building land like the giant desert i made
     
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    JWhy

    You could probs. just change the seed in the level.dat with a NBT editor and use //regen then
     
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