Bukkit Useful Library

Discussion in 'WIP and Development Status' started by MayoDwarf, Mar 26, 2014.

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    MayoDwarf

    Hey guys! MayoDwarf here with an awesome new plugin I am coding which you can hook into or copy and paste the code! I will post the Library in the Bukkit Resources section when I am done. For right now, I have the following injected: getNearestPlayer, getNearestEntity, getNearestPlayerToLocation, getNearestEntityToLocation, getNearestEntitiesToLocation, getNearestPlayersToLocation, getBlockCursorAt... I want some suggestions and things you want to be implemented! Be sure to be specific as possible! I plan to be using this also for many of my plugins! I will be releasing it on Bukkit when it is 75% complete to finished. Be sure to make many suggestions! I will be sure to add them! Sincerely, Jared (MayoDwarf)
     
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    Niknea

    MayoDwarf What is the percentage of completion so far?
     
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    Shadowwolf97

    You DO realize that most people could have those done in less than 10 minutes instead of waiting for you to complete them and upload them right?

    I mean, congrats for contributing to the community, but honestly to me it seems like a waste of time. All of those methods are beyond simple.
     
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    MayoDwarf

    Shadowwolf97 You DO realize that some people are not as experienced with java? For some this could take much time to figure out. The methods are simple to me and maybe you. It doesn't mean you have to come here and state that they are easy. I know they are easy. They took me less than 10 minutes. For people who are just starting bukkit it would be useful. If you would like to ask for something ask. I don't need to be told what I already have knowledge of. This is aimed towards starting out developers. I will give them the code for their add-on. No need to come here and tell me it would take you less than 10 minutes. That's good for you. I could care less however good sir. - Jared (MayoDwarf)
     
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    Shadowwolf97

    It took you 10 minutes to do 10%? Thats like, an 1 hour and 15 minutes until you would release it at 75%, and 1 hour and 40 minutes until you release it at 100% complete. I told you it's good that you are helping out. But I guarantee that if I did enough searching I could find all of these methods already created and ready to go. There's no sense in reinventing the wheel. If you REALLY want to start contributing more and helping out other developers, you should try and step up your game to something more complex. Most of the people who are just starting with Bukkit dont even read the resources section, they just find the first online BukkitDev staff member and ask for help.
     
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    MrInspector

    I believe you need to post this in the WIP section. (If I understood you correctly)
     
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    hunajameloni

    I have a friend that is learning to code and he checks resource section ...
     
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    MayoDwarf

    Shadowwolf97 However that is your opinion. Your opinions are not true until proven. I can tell you that your opinions will never be proven... Reported these posts. I want them deleted.
    hunajameloni I agree, many check the resource section. Also this would be useful to many. I also exaggerated by 10%. I don't know how much I am actually go to write. For him to come and post these useless posts is ridiculous...
     
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    mbaxter ʇıʞʞnq ɐ sɐɥ ı Retired Staff

    Moved post to the WIP section
     
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    MayoDwarf

    Thanks
     
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    RawCode

    nobody will ever think about searching solution for soo simple methods like "X from Y" it just 3 lines of code
     
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    Garris0n

    Eh, it avoids having to bother to write the method every time you use it in a new plugin. I mean, it's generally something that each person would have their own util class(es) for, but I don't really see a problem with a class full of Bukkit util methods for laziness.

    What would really be nice is if these methods could just be put into the Bukkit API instead...
     
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    RawCode

    is far as i know, pushing commits to bukkit or cbukkit is useless waste of time, not matter how special your commit is.

    latest evidence is furnace commit, to allow furnace to respect metadata of items - commit was in wait for two years.
     
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