@Coopah He does make some valid points. You should consider them all. I know for a fact that @AdamQpzm knows what he's talking about.
What have you tried?
@Shmobi I suppose that's kind of what I was getting at, yes.
@RawCode @sgavster Oh come on, be at least a bit reasonable. Dude clearly explained why changing the index would help. I don't see what's so bad...
I dont see anything wrong with that fraction of a method you posted. Would you mind explaining the problem a bit more in detail?
Hey. What have you tried?
Restarting isn't a thing in Bukkit. When a server is restarted this is done with a script outside Bukkit. You can't determine if a server is...
You're severely overthinking this. Have you heard of the single responsibility principle, and why you should strive to make classes as simple...
Hey. What have you tried so far?
Did you ever consider telling us what problems you are facing? Might help a great deal.
@KoolzSkillz what is the exact command you type in. As the code is now, the only reason it would ever print that is if you used more than 1 argument.
Java and spigot are not the same. You should update the java version on your server.
@Eggspurt For reference, it's called dependency injection. Read about it.
@MaTaMoR_ you're not adding classes to that list. You're adding instances. You can loop through that list of instances. But sure you have to...
@MaTaMoR_ I think when you ask such a question that you have a design flaw. Why do you want to do this. Surely there must be better ways of...
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