Affects Version/s: Minecraft 1.11.2, Minecraft 17w06a, Minecraft 17w13a, Minecraft 1.12 Pre-Release 6, Minecraft 1.12, Minecraft 1.12.1, Minecraft 1.12.2 Pre-Release 1, Minecraft 1.12.2 Pre-Release 2, Minecraft 1.12.2, Minecraft 17w43a, Minecraft 17w45b, Minecraft 17w46a, Minecraft 17w47a, Minecraft 17w48a, Minecraft 17w49a, Minecraft 17w49b, Minecraft 1.13.2, Minecraft 19w03b, Minecraft 19w03c, Minecraft 19w04b, Minecraft 19w08b, Minecraft 19w09a, Minecraft 1.14 Pre-Release 2, Minecraft 1.14 Pre-Release 3, Minecraft 1.14 Pre-Release 4, Minecraft 1.14 Pre-Release 5, Minecraft 1.14, Minecraft 1.14.1, Minecraft 1.14.2 Pre-Release 2, Minecraft 1.14.2 Pre-Release 3
Fix Version/s: Minecraft 18w06a
Any time the block underneath a Chorus Flower Plant is instantly replaced with Endstone, the Chorus Flower will grow.
Same for Cactus blocks (which were originally not affected) with sand underneath them.
The expected behavior is that the plant should break as Sugarcane do when the block underneath of those plants are moved and replaced.
Videos of this behavior:
- Chorus flower: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ar0Zve-AzeU
- Cactus: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NkV9iXii9_4
- Set the value for the gamerule randomTickSpeed to 0
- Build a contraption like the one shown in Chorus flower update setup (17w06a).png and activate it
Based on 1.13.1 decompiled using MCPConfig
The affected blocks check in their Block.updatePostPlacement(IBlockState, EnumFacing, IBlockState, IWorld, BlockPos, BlockPos) implementation (which is called when neighboring blocks change) whether they should break because the supporting block is missing. In this case a tick is scheduled. The problem is that when this tick is executed, the support block exists again and therefore instead of being broken, the plant grows (both actions are part of the update method Block#tick).