The poject was compiled with Java 10 but the machine runs Java 8, hence an UnsupportedClassVersionError. You have to compile with Java 8 (or eariler).
If you want to call an event the method shown above is the way to do it.
I can't understand one thing, though, the queue server is a different...
Don't use !=, insteae use instanceof
I don't think that's what they mean, note they said async
You can't return a value from another thread as it will require holding the main...
This is a pretty nice tutorial https://www.spigotmc.org/threads/how-to-sqlite.56847/
Yes. It can be done in either the bukkit.yml file or spigot.yml, can't recall exactly which one.
It doesn't, it prints out the one Home object that is in the list (though doesn't save to file)
Edit: the file is also created...
I am trying to save some data (a list) to a JSON file, when I print the json string out it's all fine but it won't save to the file.
You have to use a modifed client.
The 'M' must be upper case (if it is in the config)
Initialize means give it a value. You can't replace something from a string that has no value.
If you can't initialize variables without help...
This is called dependency injection, google it if you want to understand more.
I think @alex778c means copying from one sign and pasting to another one.
If that's the case, it is possible.
Lol, wow, do you really want someone to tell how you how to do it? You can't just throw the concept of the plugin and say how do I do that..
If you really have written this (which I am sure you haven't) you would be able to make this work in newer versions too.
You can't post a not...
Separate names with a comma.