Bukkit Plugin Development for XCode

Discussion in 'Resources' started by ShooShoSha, Jul 26, 2011.

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    Hey, I'm new to plugin development and haven't used Java for about a year. I've been using XCode for all of my development needs. But alas, I've been trapped in C/Objective-C/C++ environments. I'd prefer not to switch to another IDE if possible. What I was wondering was if anyone configured XCode for Java plugin development and how to tune it to Bukkit's API and such. Thanks for any help.
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    Pssh, Xcode (sorry, I'm an Apple hater). I don't think you're going to have any luck writing for Bukkit in Xcode. Just use Eclipse; it's so much better than Xcode (I've worked with both; Eclipse is WAY better).
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    Can i help you developed a plugin and read my msg';s
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    Does Xcode even have a Java SDK?
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    Jul 26, 2011...
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    It's the same as the Windows SDK, the Java JDK..
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    wait xcode has a windows sdk?!
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    The Windows Java SDK...
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    1. Apples awesome :p
    2. I would switch to NetBeans or Eclipse (I use NetBeans but if you have no clue what you are doing use Eclipse till someone makes a guide - which i plan to do someday)

    oh and i think you put this on the wrong section...

    EDIT by Moderator: merged posts, please use the edit button instead of double posting.
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    Hi there oxguy,

    I work on a popular technology show in the UK and wondered if you could contact me as I am interested in speaking to an 'apple hater'. Please could you email me as soon as possible at Tina.Curley@northonetv.com.
    Thanks very much,
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    Intriguing! Alright, I'll email you.
    EDIT: To anyone who wants to know, I emailed her and she replied that she did further research and realized she didn't need my opinion.
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    I believe this is also kind of not in the right section. Don't really think this is a resource.
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