Discussion in 'Bukkit Tools' started by bwfcwalshy, Sep 20, 2015.
@tkuiyeager1 @oceantheskatr It seems like it can't find the path.. Hm..
@bwfcwalshy Is your program checking if the destination folder is null before writing the file?
@bwfcwalshy there are few things in my error that in my language and you wont understand.
i think it similar to @oceantheskatr error, i think the reason is that the programm could not find the directory of
Generated Classes/<Plugin Name>.
@tkuiyeager1, for me, nothing is being generated at all.
Seems really nice for beginners and even avarge developers! Keep it up but i wondered what style you are using for your eclipse design. My poor white background gets really boring and was looking for something new @bwfcwalshy
I think he's using the dark UI theme built into Eclipse MARS and a Vibrant Ink colour theme. (If you don't know how to install color themes there are plenty of tutorials on yt)
@Tecno_Wizard its not generating anything for me also, only if i create the folder myself.
@bwfcwalshy, you need to sign the jar.
@MrBlackIsBack @bwfcwalshy Thanks, Currently having it installed. Looks really good
What about turning this into a Eclipse/IntelliJ/NetBeans plugin to just use File -> New -> Bukkit Project
@FisheyLP I'd have to look into that, I have never made an IDE plugin before.
You can create templates.
Great Program keep up the work but I prefer to code instead I look at this as a cheat but good for beginners to look at code just as I have used it for Keep up the good work
Just wanted to say, there is also a tool by S1mpl3x. It's old, but it's still good to use for simple Skelletons.
I updated it some years ago. Should still work.
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